by Dr. Patrick Woodward
We were inspired by Dr Matthew Stoltzfus’s approach in flipped classrooms, here at KFUPM we adapted similar approach. Dr. Fus thankfully agreed to share his video lectures with us.
3.1 Chemical Reactions
3.1 Balancing Chemical Reactions
The reactions we will familiarize ourselves with in this section are: Combination Reactions, Decomposition Reactions, and Combustion Reactions.
3.2 Patterns of Chemical Reactivity
3.3-3.4 Formula Weight and Molar Mass
3.4 Grams to Moles Example Problem
Using Avagadro’s number, we can interconvert between masses, moles, and numbers of particles.
3.4 Grams to Atoms Example
3.4 Percent Mass Example
3.5 Empirical Formula
3.5 Empirical Formula Calculation
3.5 Molecular Formula
3.5 Molecular Formula Example Problem
Let’s take a closer look at what is happening at the atomic level in chemical reactions.
3.6 Stoichiometry at the Atomic Level
3.7 Limiting Reactants
3.7 Percent Yield
Chapter 3 Stoichiometry Example #1