Unit 6: Mole

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Atoms and molecules are so small, but chemists use a method of counting by weighing to figure amounts. This is very useful as we see the information contained in a balanced chemical equation. This will lead us into stoichiometry: a concept that looks funny and might be scary to learn, but once you've got it you have just accomplished a major part of chemistry. To be discussed: single replacement reactions, activity series, molar ratios, mole:mole stoichiometry, limiting and excess reactants, and percent yield. 


Notes/ Reference

NOTES WITH WORKED EXAMPLES

Mole Flow Chart

Practice Problems


REFERENCE SHEETS


Quizzes

Double Replacement #1
Double Replacement #2
Mole Conversions
Empirical Formula


Homework/ Practice 

Percent Composition   KEY


*denotes extra practice, not distributed in class

WebAssign

#25 - Mole Practice
#26 - More Mole Practice (Practice or Mastery)
#27 - Percent Composition
#28 - Empirical Formulas
#29 - Combustion Analysis 
#30 - Chemical Quantities Mixed


Labs/ Activities 


 LABORATORY 
Rice and Beans - Counting by Weighing
Data Collection

 ACTIVITY 
Using a Mole

 LABORATORY