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Interactive video lesson plan for: Stoichiometry: Grams, Moles, Atoms, Theoretical & Percent Yield, Empirical Formula

Activity overview:

This video helps you to learn stoichiometry. It provides plenty of examples and practice problems.

Topics Include the following:
How To Convert Grams to Moles, Molecules, & Atoms
How To Convert Moles to Grams
How To Convert Gram to Formula Units & The Number of Ions
How To Calculate The Molar Mass or Molecular Weight
How To Find The Percent Relative Abundance of an Isotope
How To Calculate The Average Atomic Mass of Boron
How To Convert Grams of One Substance Into Grams of Another
Mole to Mole Conversions
How To Calculate Theoretical Yield, Percent Yield, & Actual Yield
How To Identify The Limiting Reactant and Excess Reactant
How To Find The Amount of Excess Reactant That Remains
How To Calculate The Percent Composition of an Element in a Compound
How To Find The Empirical Formula From Percentage
How To Find The Molecular Formula Using The Molar Mass or Molecular Weight and the Empirical Formula
Combustion Analysis - How To Find The Empirical Formula Given Grams of CO2 and H2O.

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