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# Theoretical Yield Calculator

To use the theoretical yield calculator, enter actual yield & present yield, and click calculate button

## Theoretical Yield Calculator

Theoretical Yield Calculator is used to find the total product used in the chemical reaction. It also provides a step-by-step solution to every problem.

## What is the Theoretical Yield?

According to the concentration of the limiting reactant, the theoretical yield is the greatest amount of product that can be produced through a chemical reaction. The theoretical yield assumes that the reaction is completely performed and formed the product then there is no product lost due to side reactions, impurities, and other factors.

### Formula to Find the Theoretical Yield:

Theoretical Yield = (Actual Yield/Percent Yield) x 100%

Simply written as.

T_{y} = (A_{y}/P_{y}) x 100%

## How to calculate the Theoretical yield?

**Example 1:**

If the Actual Yield is 15 and the percent yield is 43 then find the theoretical yield.

**Solution:**

**Step 1:**

**Write the data carefully from the given question.**

Actual Yield = A_{Y} = 15, Percent Yield = P_{Y} = 43, Theoretical Yield = T_{Y} =?

**Step 2:**

**Write the Formula of the Theoretical Yield.**

T_{y} = (A_{y}/P_{y}) x 100%

**Step 3:**

**Put the values in the above formula and simplify.**

A_{Y} = 15, P_{Y} = 43

T_{y} = (15/43) x 100%

T_{y} = 0.3488x 100%

**T _{y} = 35 **

Thus, the theoretical yield is “**35**” for the given inputs.

**Example 2:**

If the Actual Yield is 73 and the percent yield is 100 then find the theoretical yield.

**Solution:**

**Step 1:**

**Write the data carefully from the given question.**

Actual Yield = A_{Y} = 73, Percent Yield = P_{Y} = 100, Theoretical Yield = T_{Y} =?

**Step 2:**

**Write the Formula of the Theoretical Yield.**

T_{y} = (A_{y}/P_{y}) x 100%

**Step 3:**

**Put the values in the above formula and simplify.**

A_{Y} = 73, P_{Y} = 100

T_{y} = (73/100) x 100%

T_{y} = 0.73x 100%

**T _{y} = 73**

Thus, the theoretical yield is “**73**” for the given inputs.