The amount of product that is actually produced in a chemical reaction.
A reaction that requires heat energy to be carried to completion.
The amount of heat a substance has at a given temperature and pressure.
The reactant that is in excess in a chemical reaction. There is more than
enough of it to react with the other reactant(s).
A reaction that releases energy in the form of heat.
Heat of reaction
The change in enthalpy in a chemical reaction.
The reactant that limits or determines the amount of product that can be formed
in a chemical reaction.
The decimal percentage resulting from dividing actual yield by theoretical
Standard heat of formation
Unique to every substance, it is a measure of the change in enthalpy in the
reaction that produces 1 mole of the substance from its constituent elements.
The calculated or expected amount of product to be formed in a chemical
Chemical reactions that include the amount of heat energy produced or absorbed.
Formula for Percent Yield
|Percent Yield = ||
|δH = δHf (products) - δHf (reactants)||
Conversion Factor between kJ and kcal