Mass Relationships in Chemical Reactions Lecture
Mass relationship between reactants and products can be used to calculate how much carbon dioxide is released when gasoline or other carbon-containing fuels are burned. It’s important to realize that chemical reactions—the change of one substance into another—are at the heart of the science. Nearly every process that occurs in your body, including vision, the sensation of pain, and the conversion of food to energy, is in essence a series of chemical reactions. Likewise, products we use every day such as dyes, plastics, computer chips, and metals are manufactured by chemical reactions.
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LEARNING OBJECTIVES OF THE LECTURE:
- Representing Chemistry on Different Levels
- Balancing Chemical Equations
- Chemical Arithmetic: Stoichiometry
- Yields of Chemical Reactions
- Reactions with Limiting Amounts of Reactants
- Percent Composition and Empirical Formulas
- Determining Empirical Formulas: Elemental Analysis
- Determining Molecular Weights: Mass Spectrometry
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