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Describe a chemical reaction in terms of moles of reactant or product The following three vids all address the mole. The mole is not a concept we actually assess you on, but is a vital concept for you to understand for the rest of the unit. A collection of 11 videos vids 1,2,5,6 and 8 are most useful Simple mass, concentration, gas volume STP calculations - not involving a reaction no balanced equation needed Calculation flowchart for basic stoichiometric Q's - my version of a maths map for beginning Chemists.
Very customisable so change as you like. Updated copies with more complicated calculations appear in later units.
Stoichiometry 9mins - by JFR Science - excellent and simple. Also Stoichiometry 15 mins - Mad Scientist - slower, more detailed and also excellent and simple Stoichiometry - how to do - My own video 33 mins. First video of mine a few things to improve - shows my method for doing these Qs.
Covers all the basic types of Stoichiometry questions mass to mass simple 3 step Stoichiometry questions - need to be able to do these in your sleep! Stoichiometry Worksheet - range of questions.
Good intro to exam style questions although none are "extension". Percentage yield questions - an extra step on the regular stoichiometry qs Limiting Reagent - by Tyler DeWitt.
Limiting reagent questions - These are the hardest style of Stoichiometry questions Complex question sheet - range of complex but closed questions on stoichiometry Percentage Composition questions - these are a stand alone type of question, a different style to the others Answers to revision sheet Answers to VIP revision sheet - pdf TERM 3: Burn Baby Burn This unit introduces the nomenclature and properties of organic chemistry — primarily alkanes, alkenes, alkynes and alcohols.
Fermentation and distillation reactions will be performed in the laboratory. The concepts of enthalpy and intropy are introduced and students will qualitatively and quantitatively assess the suitability of ethanol and petrol as fuel sources.
Intro to Enthalpy and Stoichiometry Enthalpy - by crashcourse chemistry. Watch but don't take notes Enthalpy and Change in Enthalpy - by Brightstorm - copy for notes on Enthalpy Thermochemical Equations - by Brightstorm - copy for notes on Thermochemical equations Energy diagrams - by Brightstorm - Copy.
After the video practice explaining the energy diagram to the person behind you. Together figure out a description and write this down as notes beside the diagram Enthalpy Notes and Questions - bysparknotes.
Covers our courses and more Entropy. Brief and Succinct, read slowly and think hard, typical textbook phrasing. Not a huge fan of his "conversion" method and I recommend the algebraic formula style, but he is very, very clear.Sarah Carter is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to regardbouddhiste.com Posts may occasionally contain Amazon Affiliate Program links.
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An answer key is provided at the end of this worksheet. Nomenclature of Ions and Ionic Compounds Nomenclature of Simple Binary Covalent Compounds 1. When naming or writing the formulas of binary covalent compounds, the rule is that you write the nonmetal Chem 10 Nomenclature regardbouddhiste.com Honors Chemistry is designed for students who have demonstrated strong ability in previous science courses.
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