Mole Conversions Worksheet Bundle Moles Mass Molecules

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Amy Brown Science
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This was an awesome resource I used with my General Chemistry students last spring. Thanks for another great resource!!
These resources were perfect for my students! The lesson was straightforward forward and the example questions were great.

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    Description

    This Mole Conversions Worksheet Bundle consists of 5 practice problem worksheets that can be used as you teach your lessons on the mole concept and mole conversions involving mass and molecules or atoms (Avogadro’s number). Perfect for classwork, homework, quizzes, test review, or extra practice for students having difficulty. These are appropriate for a high school chemistry or physical science class.

    What is Included in the Bundle?

    • Set of 5 Printable and Editable Practice Problem Worksheets
    • Digital Paperless Versions for use in Google Drive, Google Classroom, and/or Microsoft OneDrive
    • Google Forms Versions (Editable)
    • Google Slides Versions (Not editable)
    • Teacher Guide and Answer Keys
    • Teacher Guide to Google Apps
    • Answer Solution is written out for each problem

    The following resources are included in this Bundle. Click green text to view individual listing.

    The problems are on a beginner, introductory level. All worksheets contain problems that involve converting from one unit to another. Sample problems include:

    • Convert 11.03 moles of calcium nitrate to grams.
    • Convert 3.25 x 10^24 molecules of dinitrogen pentoxide to moles.
    • A sample of iron (III) chloride has a mass of 26.29g. How many moles is this?
    • How many atoms of hydrogen would be contained in 1.5 moles of H2SO4?
    • What is the volume of 3.01 x 10^23 molecules N2 at STP?

    Both printable and digital versions of this resource are included. The student handouts can be printed or used in the paperless digital format in your Google Drive, Google Classroom, Microsoft OneDrive, or similar. This resource is perfect for traditional classroom settings, 1:1 schools, or for distance learning.

    Prior instruction is required before students attempt these problems.

    • Students must be able to write a correct chemical formula and be able to determine the formula mass of a compound.
    • Students must have a basic understanding of the mole concept.
    • Students must know how to use dimensional analysis to solve problems.

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    Follow precisely a complex multistep procedure when carrying out experiments, taking measurements, or performing technical tasks, attending to special cases or exceptions defined in the text.
    Follow precisely a complex multistep procedure when carrying out experiments, taking measurements, or performing technical tasks; analyze the specific results based on explanations in the text.

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