Ohh i see its sodiumborate, thank you. But how do i convert 2ml to mole?

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- Tue Nov 09, 2021 2:42 am
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### Re: Reduction of Cyclohexanone to Cylcohexanol

- Mon Nov 08, 2021 4:57 pm
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### Re: Reduction of Cyclohexanone to Cylcohexanol

First develop the chemical reaction. Then you can see how many mole of the keton correspond to the Then convert the 2 ml into mole and calculate how much theoretically product can be obtained. Then also convert the obtained mass and compare. Okay thank you :) So does the equation be something like ...

- Mon Nov 08, 2021 4:30 am
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### Reduction of Cyclohexanone to Cylcohexanol

Hello everyone, kinda need help understanding on this topic.

How do I calculate the percentage yield and theoretical yield of the product (cyclohexanol) ?

The weight of the product is = 1.502g

Volume of cylcohexanone is = 2mL

Using NaBH4 and methanol

How do I calculate the percentage yield and theoretical yield of the product (cyclohexanol) ?

The weight of the product is = 1.502g

Volume of cylcohexanone is = 2mL

Using NaBH4 and methanol