Stoichiometry - Limiting reactant (reagent), Percent yield
This lab experiment is a classic lab experiment used in college-prep chemistry courses in order to study limiting reactants (reagents) and percent yield. Students will study the reaction of lead (II) nitrate and potassium iodide. Students will derive the balanced chemical equation, compute the theoretical amount of product formed, then compare this to the actual amount produced. Post lab questions and a post-lab quiz are included to make it even easier to assess your student’s understanding.
This lab experiment includes:
•Student lab sheet
•Answer keys to everything!
Other Stoichiometry lessons you may be interested in:
Lesson Plan: Mole-Mole Calculations
Lesson Plan: Mass-Mass Calculations
Lesson Plan: Volume and Representative Particle Conversions
Lesson Plan: Limiting Reactant Calculations
Lesson Plan: Excess Reactant Calculations
Lesson Plan: Percent Yield
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Stoichiometry – Station Learning - Set of 5 Stations!
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Great labs/activities that reinforce these concepts:
Lab Activity: Relating Moles to a Balanced Chemical Equation- Great into to stoichiometry!
Lab Activity: Stoichiometry - Limiting Reagent and Percent Yield
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