103Stoichiometry - The chemical equation Chemical equations...

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Lesson 3 The chemical equation Chemical equations describe changes that occur in chemical reactions:
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Lesson 3 Space filling model for the reaction between NO and O 2 Petrucci et al.
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Lesson 3 Mechanism equation Mechanism equations describe the steps required to go from reactants to products at molecular level. For the above equation, a possible mechanism equation could be, for instance:
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Lesson 3 Stoichiometric calculations Stoichiometric relationships are used to calculate the proportions of atoms in a molecule or the proportions of products and reactants in a given chemical reaction Stoichiometry is simply “chemical bookkeeping”
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Lesson 3 Example 1 The hemoglobin content of blood is about
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course CHEMISTRY CHE102 taught by Professor Grove during the Fall '06 term at Waterloo.

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