Conversion flow chart

# Conversion flow chart - whole numbers Combustion Data S N o...

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Moles of Element in Compound Moles of Substance Moles of Substance Moles of Compound Particles of Substance Grams of Substance Avogadro’s Number Molar Mass Formula Subscript Basic Conversions

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For any compound X m Z n Moles of Z Particles of Compound Particles of Z Grams of Z M o l a r s Avogadro’s # Formula Subscripts Avogadro’s # Remember Z is either an atom (in a covalent compound) or an ion (in an ionic compound) that makes up the compound Moles of Compound Grams of Compound
Empirical Formulas Moles of each element Grams of each element Mass % of each element Empirical Formula Mole Ratios Assume 100 g Molar mass D i v d e b y s m a l Multiply ratios to obtain

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Unformatted text preview: whole numbers Combustion Data S N o t Manipulating Combustion Data Information that is always given: Total grams of substance that contains only C, H, and sometimes O Grams of CO 2 produced by combustion Grams of H 2 O produced by combustion Moles CO 2 Grams CO 2 Grams C Moles C Grams O = Grams of Substance-Grams C-Grams H Moles O Molar mass Molar mass Molar mass Formula Subscripts Moles H 2 O Grams H 2 O Grams H Moles H Molar mass Molar mass Formula Subscripts = the value you need to calculate the empirical formula....
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## This note was uploaded on 10/05/2011 for the course CHM 1045 taught by Professor Yasui during the Spring '09 term at Broward College.

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