S'more Stoichiometry

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Name ___________________________ Date _________________ Lab Station ______ Sign-Off ______ Group Members _______________________________________________________________________ S’more Stoichiometry Introduction : The building of s’mores is using the same process of stoichiometry as in any chemical reaction. The amount of ingredients determines how many s’mores can be made. The amount of the limiting reactant determines how many s’mores or the amount of product that you can make. It’s like q0 hot dogs but only eight hot dog buns! What is up with that? The following are the symbols you will use for your ingredients: GC = Graham Crackers Mm = Marshmallows Ch = Chocolate squares Sm = S’more The following ingredients are needed to make one s’more: 2 Graham Crackers 3 Squares of chocolate 1 Marshmallow Data : Bag # __________ Number of Graham Crackers = ___________ # of S’mores = ___________ Number of Marshmallows = ____________ # of S’mores = ___________ Number of chocolate pieces = ___________

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## This note was uploaded on 02/14/2012 for the course CH 101 taught by Professor Sutcliffe during the Fall '08 term at University of Texas.

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