I had a doubt in part b) of the following question.
a) When 0.527 g of platinum is heated in fluorine, 0.732 g of a dark red volatile solid forms. What is the empirical formula of this product?
b) Suppose fluorine was a limiting reagent, such that 0.155 g of platinum remains after all the fluorine has been consumed. Calculate the percent yield of this reaction. How many grams of product would be produced?
I've given part a) also because it was told that we should use data from a).
This is my attempt:
The answer for b) is given as 70.6% and 0.517 g, but I am unable to find where I am wrong. Is my logic correct? (I've double checked that my calculations at least are correct.)