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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
spacerEquations

spacerBalance by Inspection
spacerBalance algebraically
spacer8.4 Types of
spacerChemical
spacerReactions
spacer8.5 Calculations
spacerBased on
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spacerEquations
spacerMole-mole calculations
spacerMass-mass calculations
spacerMass-mole calculations
spacerLimiting Reagent calculations



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UNIT #8

Section 9.1
Definition of a Chemical Equation ..p216
Section 9.2
Terms, Symbols, and Their Meanings ..p217
Section 9.3
Guidelines for Balancing Chemical Equations ..p219
Section 9.4
Examples Involving Balancing Equations ..p221
Section 9.5
The Five Simple Types of Chemical Equations ..p224
Section 9.6
Combination Reactions ..p224
Section 9.7
Decomposition Reactions ..p226
Section 9.8
Single-Replacement Reactions ..p227
Section 9.9
Double-Replacement Reactions ..p230
Section 9.10
Neutralization Reactions ..p234
Section 10.1
Information Obtained from a Balanced Chemical Equation..p249
Section 10.2
The Mole Method of Solving Stoichiometry Problems ..p250
Section 10.4
The Mass-Mass Stoichiometry Problems ..p251

 


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