SUMMER INSTITUTE – Module 6 – The Mole Concept and Stoichiometry
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Module 6 – The Mole Concept and Stoichiometry –
5 hours – due August 6th!
Activity 1: SKILL : Mole Concepts basics, Atomic Mass, formula Mass, Molecular Mass, Mole equivalents.
Lecture 1.19 – Why we need moles 2:
2: Please complete the form below based on the information learned from the three lectures above.
Activity 2: SKILL : Law of Combing Volumes – How we built formulas and chemical reactions Gay – Lussac’s work and Avogodros Hypothesis were needed!
Connections* – Now it took 60 years to actually figure out how many molecules or particle a mole actually exists but really that number was really unimportant as long as we use that value as the standard! Is one foot really the length of a some monarchs foot? Who cares as long as it is a standard that we all agree upon.
Gay-Lussac found that it takes 2 liters of hydrogen gas and 1 liter oxygen gas to make 2 liters of water vapor (gas). This was confirmed by others. Do not forget that they did not know that hydrogen and oxygen were diatomic (HOFBRINCl’s)
Please view the lecture below that will reveal the answer:
Activity 3: SKILL: Historical review of Mole Concept
Activity 4: SKILL: Conversions of unit equivalents through moles
Mole Diagram from Lecture 1.22:
Activity 5: SKILL : Mole concept through GAS LAWS
1 : Lecture 1.20 – Review of Gas Law 4
Activity 6: SKILL – Mole concept through GAS LAWS – REAL GAS vs IDEAL GAS
Activity 7: Skill – Stoichiometry through of compounds: Building Chemical formulas through
formula mass ditto and composition 0607 key old p.pdf
Module Test 6 –