Welcome to Chemistry II – Day XPortland Evening ScholarsMr. Treothe Bullock – Instructor Unit 8 Chemical Reactions Exam ...
Stoichiometry-Big Ideas/Essential Questions  How are moles used in chemistry? How is the limiting reactant determined? ...
Stoichiometry –Learning Targets  I (the student) can… Use a balanced equation to determine mole ratios. Use stoichiome...
Stoichiometry-Content Vocabulary Stoichiometry, molar ratios, molar mass, limiting reagents, excess reagents, theore...
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Chem II Day X

  1. 1. Welcome to Chemistry II – Day XPortland Evening ScholarsMr. Treothe Bullock – Instructor Unit 8 Chemical Reactions Exam – last questions Exam Turn Unit 8 packet in with exam Stoichiometry Chapter 9 section 1 Reviewshould be done We will go over limitingreactants & % yield Stoichiometry PrelabEquations & Calculations Final Project Presentations Please make sure you have selfscored yourself on your rubric Please email a copy of yourpresentation totbullock@pps.net Tonight is last night – if youhave had an issue talk to Mr. B! Absolute Zero
  2. 2. Stoichiometry-Big Ideas/Essential Questions  How are moles used in chemistry? How is the limiting reactant determined? How is percent yield calculated?
  3. 3. Stoichiometry –Learning Targets  I (the student) can… Use a balanced equation to determine mole ratios. Use stoichiometry to find an unknown quantity of a reactant orproduct with a known quantity from either a reactant or product. Distinguish between the limiting and excess reactant, and use thisinformation to calculate products. Calculate percent yield using the theoretical and actual yield.
  4. 4. Stoichiometry-Content Vocabulary Stoichiometry, molar ratios, molar mass, limiting reagents, excess reagents, theoretical yield, actual yield, and percent yield.

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