_{N}1. We were asked to calculate the percent yield.

I figured okay, I started with 10.00 mL, so I multiply that by the density of t-amyl alcohol (0.827 g/mL) divide by its molar mass (88.148 g/mol) and multiply by the molar mass of t-amyl chloride (106.59 g/mol) to get the theoretical total yield of the reaction. It ends up as 10.00 g.

Now, I don't know if I made a mistake somewhere (I don't think I did), but doesn't that seem odd? Is it pure chance that density

_{1}/ MM

_{1}* MM

_{2}is almost exactly equal to 1 (to 5 significant figures by wolfram|Alpha's numbers), or is it some property that I'm not aware of?

Thanks