Chemistry 6A (Sections A00 and E00) Fall 2008 Post-Exam 2 Fundamentals (H, G.3, L, M), Chapter 4 (Sections 4.1-4.14), Chapter 5 (Sections 5.1-5.7, 5.14): What are your learning goals? From Chemical Formulae to Reaction Stoichiometry 1. Deduce a molecular formula from combustion analysis data. 2. Write and balance chemical reaction equations, and understand the importance of doing so for the quantitative study of chemical reactions. 3. Convert a chemical statement or a pictorial representation into a balanced equation. 4. Provide a mole-mass-number interpretation of chemical reaction equations. 5. Identify the limiting reactant when a chemical reaction is performed under non-stoichiometric conditions , and solve such problems for reactions of pure and dissolved substances. 6. Understand the meaning of concentration and molarity . 7. Use density to convert mass to volumes, and vice versa, particularly for gases and liquids. 8. Calculate the
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