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Topics and Learning Outcomes

  • Stoichiometry
    •  work out atomic mass as a weighted average of isotope masses
    •  work out the molecular mass of a covalent compound from its chemical formula
    •  work out the formula mass of an ionic compound from its chemical formula
    •  relate the mass of a substance to the number of particles it contains using Avogadro's constant
    •  appreciate what a mole of substance is
    •  convert between mass and moles and between moles and mass
    •  work out which reactant is the limiting reagent in a reaction and use it to predict how much product can form
    •  work out the percentage yield in a chemical reaction by identifying the limiting reagent and the theoretical yield
    •  use experimentally determined percentage composition to work out the empirical formula
    •  identify the solvent, solute and solution for a reaction in a solution
    •  interconvert between moles, concentration and volume given two of these quantities

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Stoichiometry -  
  A mole of moles  
 
Description: What would happen if you were to gather a mole (unit of measurement) of moles (the small furry critter) in one place?
Tags: moles  |  Contributed by Kat Badiola
 

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