Chapter 6 notes - CHM 1025 Chapter 6 1. Deli Stoichiometry...

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1 CHM 1025 Chapter 6 1. Deli Stoichiometry a. Consider the cheese and balogna sandwich: b. Stoichiometry is determining the amounts of ingredients and products in a recipe. i. How many sandwiches could you make with 4 pieces of bread, 2 slices of balogna, and 2 pieces of cheese? ___________ ii. How many balogna slices do you need to make 5 sandwiches? ___________ iii. If we had 2 mol of bread, 1 mol of balogna and 1 mol of cheese how many sandwiches could we make? ____________ c. Limiting reactant i. If we have a loaf of bread and a whole block of cheese (i.e. excess bread and cheese—more than we need), but only 1 slice of balogna, how many balogna sandwiches can we make? ___. 1. The ingredient that runs out first is called the ________________________________. 2. The total number of sandwiches that we can make is called the __________________. ii. What if we had excess balogna and cheese, but only 8 slices of bread? __________ iii. What if we had excess balogna and cheese, but only 4 mol of bread? __________ iv.
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Chapter 6 notes - CHM 1025 Chapter 6 1. Deli Stoichiometry...

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