This bundled set of stoichiometry problems consists of 5 different worksheets that can be used as classwork, homework, quizzes, test review, or extra practice for students having difficulty. These are appropriate for a high school chemistry or physical science class. Those of us who have taught stoichiometry know that many students have a great deal of difficulty mastering these problems. The key to their learning is practice, practice, practice!
All of these problems are on a beginner, introductory level. All of these worksheets contain problems that just involve converting from one unit to another. Here are a few of the sample problems included on these worksheets:
1. Convert 11.03 moles of calcium nitrate to grams.
2. 3.25 x 1024 molecules of dinitrogen pentoxide would be how many moles?
3. A sample of iron (III) chloride has a mass of 26.29g. How many moles would this be?
4. How many atoms of hydrogen would be contained in 1.5 moles of H2SO4?
5. How many grams of nitrogen would be contained in .025 moles of HNO3?
6. What is the volume of 3.01 x 1023 molecules N2 at STP?
Your download will include both editable Word documents as well as pdf versions of the worksheets. This 17 page download has 5 student worksheets that are ready to copied and passed out to your students. Solutions to all problems are included.
The five worksheets included are:
Mole Practice Problem Worksheet #1
Mole Practice Problem Worksheet #2
Mole Practice Problem Worksheet #3
Mole Practice Problem Worksheet #4
Mole Practice Problem Worksheet #5
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