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## CEM 141, notes week 4

by: Leah DiCiesare

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# CEM 141, notes week 4 Cem 141

Leah DiCiesare
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These notes are the rest of the Lecture notes on Stoichiometry from week 4, 9/26-9/30. On Friday, 9/30, there was just review for the test, so no notes from then.
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General Chemistry
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J. Hu
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Class Notes
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1
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Stoicheometry, General Chemistry
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Date Created: 09/28/16
Lecture Notes week 4: 9/26­9/30  Can use mass/mole conversions to predict the amount of products in a reaction from a  given amount of reactant  Procedure for Stoichiometric calculations 1. Write a balanced equation. You get the stoichiometric coefficients this way. 2. Draw a map of starting a finishing points   1 Write out calculations with units. 2 Calculate  Limiting Reagents: amount of one of the reagents (reactants) limits how much product  can be formed. o Calculate the amount of product possible from each of the given amounts of  reactants, the smallest amount is from the limiting reagent  Percent Yield = (actual amount produced/theoretical amount calculated)*100%

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