Stoichiometry - Limiting reactant (reagent) , Excess reactant (reagent)
This lesson plan will review how to calculate limiting reactants using mole ratios and dimensional analysis. Special emphasis is placed on how to calculate how much of the excess reactant reacts and how much is left over. The Power Point step-by-step approach is sure to help your students learn this concept with ease. Accompanying homework problems are a great review of limiting reactant calculations, deriving formula equations, and balancing.
This lesson plan includes:
•Bell Ringer (Warm Up)
•Student Note Sheet
•Power Point Presentation
•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
Interested in trying STATION learning? Try these stoichiometry stations!
Stoichiometry – Station Learning - Set of 5 Stations!
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Power Points: Stoichiometry – 5 lessons worth!
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Homework Worksheets: Stoichiometry – Set of 7 – All with answer keys!
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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