Please read this feedback for my paper and rewrite it .Where are your theoretical yield calculations? Your % yield you have written is incorrect.There are many more IR stretches present than what you have indicated, we went over all of the ones present in your experimental spectrum, those all must be indicated. As well as any IR stretches that are present in the literature starting material.Yes you must use the wavenumber values, those are the data points that correspond to a specified stretch.Where are your ferric chloride test results? You need to indicate the observations of the tests and then explain what those observations indicate.Melting point is a range, not a single value. There is a starting point and ending point.Your answer to question 1 will get you very little points. This is a question worth 30 points, it needs to utilize all data that was collected, as stated by the question. You must use in-depth analysis and detailed explanation. This is very poor what you have so far. Again, your answer for question 2 will get you very little points. Answer must be in 3rd person, this is something that has been stated since experiment 1. You must answer all questions as if part of a formal lab report which means writing in the 3rd person past participle tense. There is very little logic or detailed explanation given in this answer. No what is not? You must use your actual data to answer the questions. Again your answer to question 3 is extremely poor. This explains nothing and uses 0 data to make a logical explanation of the purity. You must use your data and logical reasoning to explain the purity of the compound.