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Stoichiometry part 1 (introduction)

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Meaning:
It’s a combination of two Greek words: “Stoicheion” means “elements” and “Metron” means, “measure”. So when we measure the amount of elements reacting with each other, that’s called stoichiometry.

Definition:
Stoichiometry means representing the exact mass or moles of the reactants, which are required to react with each other without any wastage, and also finding out the exact mass or moles of the product, which will be formed.

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Stoichiometry part 1 (introduction)

  1. 1. What we are going to cover : Ø What’s “STOICHIOMETRY” meaning? Ø Definition of Stoichiometry Ø Example to simplify the term Ø The four types of Stoichiometry
  2. 2. Meaning of “STOICHIOMETRY”
  3. 3. Definition of Stoichiometry Stoichiometry means representing the exact mass or moles of the reactants which are required to react with each other without any wastage and also finding out the exact mass or moles of the product which will be formed.
  4. 4. Stoichiometry is represented by : Ø A balanced equation Ø In which the coefficients represent the exact number of moles reacting and getting formed.
  5. 5. Example
  6. 6. Types of Stoichiometry Types Explanation Mole- Mole We have to relate the moles of the reactants with moles of the product Mole- Mass We have to relate the moles of the reactants with the mass of the products Mass- Mole We have to relate the mass of the reactants with the moles of the product Mass- Mass We have to relate the mass of the reactants with the mass of the products
  7. 7. Summery In today’s video we covered : Ø The meaning of stoichiometry with its definition. Ø Example to simply the meaning Ø A balanced equation represents the stoichiometry of an equation or reaction. Ø There are 4 types of stoichiometry problems.

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