Chapter 4 Outline

Chapter 4 Outline - September 11, 2007 Chapter 4: Chemical...

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September 11, 2007 Chapter 4: Chemical Equations and Stoichiometry 1. Chemical equations 1. Depict reactions using a balanced chemical equation 1. Reactants: the substances combined in the reaction 1. To left of arrow 2. Products: substances produced 1. To the right of the arrow 3. The physical states of the reactants and products can also be indicated 1. S = solid 2. G = gas 3. L = liquid 4. AQ = any substance dissolved in water 4. Relative amounts of reactants are shown by the numbers before the formulas coefficients 2. Law of conservation of matter 1. Matter can neither be created nor destroyed 1. The total mass of reactants must be the mass of the products 2. If 1000 atoms are contained in the reactants, then 1000 atoms must appear in the products 2. The numbers in front of each formula in a balanced chemical equation are required by the law of conservation of matter 1. The number of atoms or molecules 2. The amounts of reactants and products 3. Stoichiometry: the relationship between the quantities of chemical
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