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So I'm doing a project studying the effect of radiation in chemical reactions. I conducted a lab using water that I put in the microwaves for different amount of times, and did the reaction, CuSo4 (aq) + Fe --> FeSo4 (aq) + Cu (s), and calculated the percent yields. Theoretically, as there is more radiation introduced to the water that I dissolve the CuSo4 in, should this yield change? There is nothing on the internet I can find that answers this question and I am in desperate need of help.

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