Chemistry Unit 6: Stoichiometry
Vocabulary
Quizlet Chapter 6  Stoichiometry
Quizlet Chapter 6  Stoichiometry
Class Activities
Lesson 60: Reviewing Mole Problems
Our task today is to solve just four problems involving moles! To help you I will provide the answer for each problem, and I will show an instructional video from GetChemistryHelp.com which details every step needed to solve each of the problems. You will receive credit by watching the video, writing all the steps needed to solve each problem on your paper, using lines to cross off all canceled units and circling the final answer on your paper.

60 Instructional Video: Mole Practice Problems

Lesson 61: Mol ratios


63 and 64 Discussion: All other types of chemical starting materials, such as volume to mol, volume to particle, and grams to liters stoichiometry conversions are done with the same process just different units (convert given units to mol, find the mol ratio to convert from "have" to "need", then convert from mols to units needed).
 Resource File: Converting Chemical Quantities
 63 Lesson Questions
 64 Lesson Questions
 63/64 Quiz
65 Percent Yield
Chapter 6 Review (Friday Feb 10) Chapter 6 Test (Tuesday Feb 14) 
65 Instructional Video: Percent Yield

Internet Resources for SelfStudy
GetChemHelp.com http://www.getchemistryhelp.com/
Stoichiometry Crash Course https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UL1jmJaUkaQ
GetChemHelp.com http://www.getchemistryhelp.com/
Stoichiometry Crash Course https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UL1jmJaUkaQ
Challenge Problems which Demonstrate Mastery
Solving the practice problems on the worksheets below require you to use combinations of many "chemistry skills" that we have learned during the semester (matter, formulas and names, balancing equations, moles, stoichiometry, etc.). If you can solve the problems (remember to show your work!) then you should be confident that you understand many of the main concepts of this class.
Worksheet 111
Worksheet 112
Solving the practice problems on the worksheets below require you to use combinations of many "chemistry skills" that we have learned during the semester (matter, formulas and names, balancing equations, moles, stoichiometry, etc.). If you can solve the problems (remember to show your work!) then you should be confident that you understand many of the main concepts of this class.
Worksheet 111
Worksheet 112