Solution Stoichiometry

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Solution Stoichiometry 1 Solution Stoichiometry Why? Stoichiometry, which comes from the Greek words for  element  and  measure , is  the   study   of   the   quantitative   relationships   between   amounts   of   reactants   and  products   in   chemical   reactions.   Scientists,   engineers,   and   health   professionals  working   with   reactions   in   solution   must   often   determine   stoichiometric  relationships   using   known   volumes   and   molarities   of   reactants   to   account  quantitatively for the amounts of material that react and the amounts that are  produced in the reactions.  Learning Objectives Determine   the   amounts   of   reactants   that   react   and   products   that   are  produced from given volumes and molarities of reactants. Success Criteria Ability to calculate the amount of material that reacts and is produced in a  chemical reaction in solution. Resources
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