Unit 5 - Nomenclature and Formula Stoichiometry
Molecular and Empirical Formulae (C4.1a-c)
- Calculate the percent by weight of each element in a compound based on the compound formula.
- Calculate the empirical formula of a compound based on the percent by weight of each element in the compound.
- Use the empirical formula and molecular weight of a compound to determine the molecular formula.
* Percent Composition of a Hydrate
Percent Composition of a Hydrate Lab
* Percent Composition of Sugar in Gum Lab
Percent Composition of Sugar in Gum Lab
Percent Comp of Sugar in Gum Lab-Inquiry
* Percent Composition of Water in Popcorn
* Percent Composition Demo/Activity with Coins
* Formula Calculations Notes
* Formula Calculations Worksheet
* Flight of Mole Airlines Activity
Mole Airlines 1
Flight Airlines 2
* Empirical Formula Poem Source
* Molecular Formula WS
* Percent Comp and Molecular Formula WS
* Percent Composition WS
- Name simple binary compounds using their formulae.
- Given the name, write the formula of simple binary compounds.
* 3-T Grid Naming
* PPT Lab
* Online Practice Formula Writing - Ten question quiz from Glencoe Online Learning Center
- Given a formula, name the compound.
- Given the name, write the formula of ionic and molecular compounds.
- Given the formula for a simple hydrocarbon, draw and name the isomers.
* Sweet 16 Ions Activity
Sweet 16 Ions Activity Handout
* Formula Fun Activity
* Naming Ionic Compounds WS
* Ion Fit Activity
Ion Fit Activity WS
* Naming and Writing Ionic Formulas WS
* Extra Practice Ionic Formulas
* Counting in IUPAC
* Carbon Chemistry Activities
* Carbon Chemistry Review - This site offers the teacher a refresher on alkanes and isomers.
- Calculate the number of moles of any compound or element given the mass of the substance.
- Calculate the number of particles of any compound or element given the mass of the substance.
* Mole Projects
Mole Projects Handout
Mole Pattern #1
Mole Pattern #2
Instructions for Mole Pattern #2
* Mole Quantities Lab
* Molar Conversion Worksheet
* Molar Conversion Notes
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* Mole Jars Demo
* The Chalk Lab