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spacerspacerIntroduction
spacerspacerObjectives
spacerspacerReading


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8.1 Conventions
spacerand Symbols
spacer8.2 Balancing
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spacer8.3 Methods of
spacerBalancing
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spacerBalance by Inspection
spacerBalance algebraically
spacer8.4 Types of
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spacerReactions
spacer8.5 Calculations
spacerBased on
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spacerMole-mole calculations
spacerMass-mass calculations
spacerMass-mole calculations
spacerLimiting Reagent calculations



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Unit #8 CHEMICAL REACTIONS

Objectives

On completion of the unit you should be able to:

  1. balance chemical equations.
  2. interpret balanced equations in terms of moles, mass units and number of particles.
  3. given the number of moles (or mass or number of particles) of one substance calculate the number of moles ( or mass or number of particles) of another substance in the balanced equation.
  4. define limiting and excess reactants.
  5. identify the following types of reactions:
    • synthesis
    • decomposition
    • single replacement
    • double replacement
    • neutralization
  6. define endothermic and exothermic reactions.

 

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