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Final NB 2016-2017 Turley

Unit 5 Chapter 10

Unit 5 Chapter 10 Chemical Quantities The student will learn why the mole is important and how the molecular formula of a compound can be determined experimentally. Chapter 11 Chemical Reactions The students will learn how chemical reactions obey the law of conservation of mass and how they can predict the products of a chemical reaction. Characterize types of chemical reactions, for example: redox, acid-base, synthesis, and single and double replacement reactions. Students will be able to identify the type of chemical reaction that occurs. Students will be able to compare/contrast reactants and products of various types of chemical reactions. Students will be able to predict the product of various reactants. Students will be able to write balanced chemical equations for each type of reaction. Decomposition Combustion Redox Acid-Base Synthesis single-replacement double-replacement Differentiate between chemical and nuclear reactions. Students will compare/contrast chemical and nuclear reactions. fission fusion 82

Chapter 12 Stoichiometry The students will learn how balanced chemical equations are used in stoichiometric calculations and how to calculate amounts of reactants and products in a chemical equation. Apply the mole concept and the law of conservation of mass to calculate quantities of chemicals participating in reactions. Students will be able to use a balanced equation to determine mole ratios. Students will be able to apply law of conservation of mass to chemical equations. Students will be able to calculate empirical and molecular formulas. Students will be able to calculate the % composition of a compound. Students will be able to calculate theoretical yield. Students will be able to calculate % error. Students will be able to calculate molar mass. Students will be able to perform stoichiometric calculations, including limiting reagents. mole Avogadro’ s number molar mass gram formula mass 83

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