In this set of practice problems, we will work on molar calculations such as converting between Mass, Moles, and Number of Ions and Atoms.
This is a set of practice problems in to help master the concept of limiting reactant which is critical in calculating the amount of product that can be obtained in a chemical reaction. Remember, if the reactants are not in … Read more
In a chemical reaction, stoichiometry shows the mole-ratio of the reactants and products based on the coefficients which are written before them. It allows calculating the amount of any component of a chemical reaction if one of them is given … Read more
This is a comprehensive, end-of-chapter set of practice problems on stoichiometry that covers balancing chemical equations, mole-ratio calculations, limiting reactants, and percent yield concepts. The links to the corresponding topics are given below. The Mole and Molar Mass Molar Calculations … Read more
In the previous post, we talked about the limiting reactant and its importance in determining how much product can be produced in a chemical reaction. The amount of product(s) we calculate based on the limiting reactant is called the theoretical … Read more
Limiting reactant is the one that dictates how much product can be formed. For solving problems, the concept of limiting reactant becomes relevant when the quantities of both (more than one) reactants are given. As an example, to illustrate this, … Read more
Transcript of the video and more practice problems below Let’s determine how much products or how many moles of products you can get from 3 moles of propane Before doing that there is one important thing we need to do … Read more