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The key steps (in order) to answering a stoichiometry problem: 1. Balance your equation first. 2. Convert from grams to moles using molar mass. 3. Determine the limiting reagent [if necessary] (Use mole ratios to figure out.) 4. […]

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Lowell High School Chemistry Stoichiometry Online Help [Go back to Stoichiometry Tutorial Main Page] Practice Problems Here: Back to Stoichiometry Practice Problems Practice Problem #4: Given the following reaction, answer Parts A and B.             NaClO3 (s) –> […]

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Lowell High School Chemistry Stoichiometry Online Help [Go back to Stoichiometry Tutorial Main Page] Practice Problems Here: Back to Stoichiometry Practice Problems Practice Problem #3: How many grams of aluminum sulfate are produced if 23.33 g Al reacts […]

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Lowell High School Chemistry Stoichiometry Online Help [Go back to Stoichiometry Tutorial Main Page] Practice Problems Here: Back to Stoichiometry Practice Problems Practice Problem #2: Identify the limiting reagent for the given combination of reactants. Calculate how many […]

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Lowell High School Chemistry Stoichiometry Online Help [Go back to Stoichiometry Tutorial Main Page] Practice Problems Here: Back to Stoichiometry Practice Problems Practice Problem #1: Oxygen gas can be produced by decomposing potassium chlorate using the reaction below. […]

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Midterm Study Guide Chemistry Honors (Fall 2009) Note #1: The midterm will consist of 25 multiple choice questions. You will receive an AP Chemistry exam periodic table, but no AP Chem formula sheet. Simple scientific calculators are allowed, […]

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Lowell High School Chemistry Stoichiometry Online Help [Go back to Stoichiometry Tutorial Main Page] Stoichiometry Practice Problems: Practice Problem #1: Oxygen gas can be produced by decomposing potassium chlorate using the reaction below. If 138.6 g of KClO3 […]

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Solution Stoichiometry Guides Stoichiometry Balancing Redox Half-Reactions Acid-Base Titrations Steps for Solving Stoichiometry Problems Find out what ions are present in the solution after the reaction has occurred. Basically split the compounds that can dissociate and leave the […]

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Welcome to our website on glassware and labware. From this website, you can learn about the many different apparatuses used in laboratory experiments. Links on the left column bar will lead you to the definitions and pictures of […]

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Fastened to support apparatus; types of clamps include buret/test-tube clamp, clamp holder, double buret clamp, ring clamp, and 3-pronged jaw clamp Double Buret Clamp Ring Clamp Test Tube Clamp
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