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1.1 Concept Worksheet for use of Significant Figures in Calculations In addition and subtraction, report the answer to the same place as the least accurate number being added or subtra
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3.5 Concept Worksheet for Formula Stoichiometry with Moles The coefficients in formulas tell you the relative numbers of each element. That number can either be atoms or moles of atoms
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3.3 Concept Worksheet for Determining Weight % from a Formula In determining the molecular weight of a compound we determine the weight contribution from each element. We can take this
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3.2 Concept Worksheet for Moles to/from Gram Conversion The molecular weight gives us the weight of a mole of that compound in grams. This allows us to convert from grams (easily measu
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3.1 Concept Worksheet for Formula to Formula Weight The formula of a compound tells you how many of each species are present. That coupled with the atomic weight of each species gives
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2.5 Concept Worksheet for Naming Oxoacids Oxoacids refer to a large family of acids with a formula of HXOy where X is any nonmetal. In the series, the more oxygens, the stronger the ac
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1.6 Concept Worksheet for Unit Conversions Often in problems we need to convert from one type of unit to another without changing the overall quantity. This is done via dimensional ana
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2.4 Concept Worksheet for Distinguishing Ionic and Covalent Compounds One of the keys in a number of problem types is to determine if a compound is ionic or covalent. Ionic compounds a
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1.5 Concept Worksheet for Density Density is the ratio of a substances weight and volume, usually as grams per ml. If you know weight and volume, you find density by dividing the two.