Chapter Outline - Stoichiometry the calculation of...

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Stoichiometry  –  - the calculation of quantities in chemical equations - calculations with balanced equations -  stoichiometric equations Interpreting Everyday Equations - Skeleton Equation  – F + S + W + H + P   FSW3HP2 - Balanced Equation  – F + S + 3W + H + 2P   FSW3HP2 Interpreting Chemical Equations - Information derived: · Particles  – 1 molecule of nitrogen + 3 molecules of Hydrogen = 2  molecules of ammonia · Moles  – The coefficients of a balanced chemical equation gives you  the relative number of moles of reactants products in chemical  reaction · Mass  – law of conservation of mass must be observed · Volume  – when assuming STP can get volume of the gases - Mass and atoms are conserved in every chemical reaction - Mass of reactants = mass of products ( conservation of mass ) - Only mass and atoms are conserved in ever chemical reaction
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