This lesson contains all the basics of reaction stoichiometry. Mole ratios are defined and their use is emphasized in conversions. A few basic stoichiometry problems are completely worked out, as well as a few advanced examples: problems that use additional conversions (like density) and simultaneous reactions.
This lesson is appropriate for AP Chemistry or Honors Introductory Chemistry.
Detailed answer keys are included.
The topics covered include:
-Meaning of a Chemical Equation
-Definition of Stoichiometry
-Determining the Amount of Product Formed
-Determining the Amount of Reactant Consumed
-Analyzing a Chemical Reaction
-Reactions with Additional Conversions
-Finding Amount of Product in Simultaneous Reactions
-Finding Percentages in Simultaneous Reactions
In this product, you will find the following:
-Powerpoint Presentation (26 slides)
-Guided Notes (4 pages, a "filled in" copy is also included)
-Do Now Slips (4 slips on one page, answers included)
-Exit Ticket Slips (4 slips on one page, answers included)
-Homework Assignment (2 pages, a detailed answer key is included)
This lesson is part of a larger unit on Stoichiometry. The complete unit includes the following:
-Molar Mass and Percent Composition
-Limiting Reactants and Percent Yield