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Redox Reactions

 

Unit Conversion and Significant Figures

 

Gas Laws

 

Galvanic Cells

 

Performing a Titration

 

Stoichiometry

Stoichiometry is balanced chemical and ionic equations that provide information about mole ratioes of reactants to products, which are required to perform calculations. Yet provide no infomation about rate or extent to hcih a chemical reaction proceeds. 

Steps of calculating:


1. Write a blanced equation for the reaction

2. List the data given including units

3. Convert all data into mole using the relevant formulas 

4. Use the equation to determine mole ratio of unknown quantity.. Remember Uknown/ Known or UK!

5. Convert no. mole back into units of the unknown. 

     

    Summaries

    Water:

    Water as a universal solvent and the unusual properties it contains. 


    Acids & Bases:

    What are acids and bases? How about their properties?


    Gas Laws:

    Gas Laws that are used during alterations of temperature, pressure and volume. 

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