Unit 7: Stoichiometry Applications

Study Guide for Unit 7 is located here.

Thus far you have been introduced many of the major areas of chemistry. Now you will apply the concepts of gases to stoichiometry and then be introduced more into solution chemistry which arguably is all around you -- but I guess that can be true about gases. To be discussed: ideal gas law, molarity, solution chemistry, oxidation numbers, and redox reactions.

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Notes/ Readings

How to Make a Solution Steps

[See Unit 6 for General Stoichiometry Resources]


Reference

Course Reference Booklet

β€’ Periodic Table of Elements β€’ Ions & Conversions β€’ Solubility Rules, Oxidation No, Molecular Geometry β€’ Equations and Constants

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Relevant Textbook Sections

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Practice Quizzes

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Quiz #34 - Ideal Gas Law

Quiz #35 - Gas Stoichiometry

Quiz #36 - More Gas Stoichiometry

Quiz #37 - Molarity

Quiz #38 - Mixed Stoichiometry Practice

Quiz #38 - Solution Stoichiometry (Mastery)

Labs/ Activities

Practice by Equation

Below is a list of common equations that appear in this unit. Click on one below to explore some example problems that use this equation.


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