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Compound Stoichiometry.  Atomic mass:  Mass used for elements and is found on the periodic table  Molecular mass:  Mass used for covalent compounds.

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1 Compound Stoichiometry

2  Atomic mass:  Mass used for elements and is found on the periodic table  Molecular mass:  Mass used for covalent compounds  Formula mass:  Mass used for ionic compounds  Molar mass:  Mass used as a general term for all of the above masses.

3  1) Write a correct formula for the compound  2) Round the average atomic mass (found on the periodic table) of each element to two decimal places  3)Multiply the rounded average atomic mass of each element by the number of atoms (each atom’s subscript)  4) Add the total rounded atomic masses of all elements. Label with amu or g/mol

4  Find the formula mass of calcium phosphate  Find the formula mass for ammonium sulfate  Find the molecular mass of dichlorine heptaoxide

5  What is a mole?  A counting number: just as one dozen equals 12, one mole = 6.02x10 23  What is Avogadro's number?  6.02x10 23 particles

6 SubstanceMolar MassParticles Aluminum Sodium Chloride Dihydrogen Monoxide What is the difference between a mole of elephants, a mole of feathers, and a mole of water?

7  When working with moles, molar mass can be used as a __________________________.  We will use this while performing calculations with dimensional analysis  How many moles are in 28.7 grams of lithium nitrate?  How many moles are there in grams of Al 2 (SO 4 ) 3

8  If I tell you to measure out 1.34 moles of water, how many grams will you pour?  How many grams are in 2.8 moles of oxygen (diatomic)?

9  If 256 grams of a pure monatomic element is known to be 8.26 moles of that element, what element is it?

10  Restate Avogadro’s number and its meaning:  6.02x10 23 particles: the number of atoms in one mole of substance

11  One mole of a monatomic element (Mg) =  One mole of a diatomic element (O 2 ) or covalent compound (H 2 O) =  One mole of any ionic bond (NaCl) =

12  How many formula units are there in 7.55 moles of sodium sulfate?  How many moles are in 8.24x10 23 molecules of water

13  How many formula units are there in 0.75 moles of sodium bromide?  How many moles of carbon dioxide are present in 4.55x10 24 molecules of carbon dioxide?

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15  The first thing you must do when doing any conversion is ____________________  How many atoms are present in a pure iron nail that weighs 13.2 grams  How man grams of magnesium chloride does 6.25x10 25 formula units contain?

16  How many formula units are in 20.0 grams of sodium chlorate?  If there are known to be 8.24x10 26 mlcl of water present, would it weigh more or less than a pound?

17  If you know that a sample of mercury (II) chloride contains 7.32x10 24 formula units, how much does the same weigh in pounds?

18  1) elements (except diatomics) =  2) diatomic elements =  3) Molecular compound =  4) Ionic compound =

19 SubstanceType of substance Representative Particle Mg H2H2 H2OH2O NaCl C 6 H 12 O 6

20  How many carbon atoms are there in 16.0 grams of glucose (C 6 H 12 O 6 )  If a sample of aluminum sulfite is known to contain 4.55x10 23 atoms of aluminum, what is the mass of the entire sample of aluminum sulfite in grams?

21  How many nitrogen atoms are there in 45.8 grams of ammonium nitride?

22  With any percentage problem you are comparing __________ to the ____________.  In chemistry we do this based on __________, not by number of atoms. To find the percentage of certain elements in a compound you will compare the mass of the element to the mass of the _______________________

23  1) Write the correct formula  2) Find the formula or molecular mass of the entire compound  3) Divide total mass of the element whose percentage you are looking for by the total mass of the entire element. Multiply the result by 100 to convert to a percentage  4) Since there are no significant digits given in the problem, round your answer to 2 decimal places and add the % sign as the label.

24  What is the complete percentage composition (by mass) of potassium carbonate?

25  What is the percent of calcium in calcium phosphide?  What is the percent of oxygen in barium chlorate?

26  How many grams of pure magnesium could be recovered from the decomposition of magnesium fluoride?  Method 1:  Method 2:

27  How many grams of calcium are present in grams of chalk (calcium carbonate)?  Method 1:  Method 2:

28  How many grams of pure iron can be recovered from 50.0 grams of an ore known to be 32% iron (II) nitrate?  Method 1:  Method 2:

29  Limestone is known to be 95% calcium carbonate. How many grams of pure calcium could you expect to obtain from a piece of limestone which weighs 100 Kg?  Method 1:  Method 2

30  What is a molecular formula?  True formula of a molecule  What is an empirical formula?  Lowest whole number ratio of atoms: can represent several different atoms  Ionic compounds will only have an empirical formula

31  What do the subscripts represent in the molecular formula?  The actual number of atoms in the molecule  How do the subscripts differ for the empirical formula?  Smallest whole number ratio

32  If the molecular formula is C 6 H 12 O 6, and the empirical formula is CH 2 O, how many “empirical formulas” (empirical formula units (EFU)) are needed to make the molecular formula.  What is the molar mass for the empirical formula? How does it relate mathematically to the molar mass of the molecule?

33  1) Percent to mass: assume 100 grams. Drop the percent label and add the grams label (42% becomes 42 grams)  2) Mass to mole: convert the masses found in the first step to moles of each element. Leave at least 4 sig figs  3) Divide by smallest: Whichever element has the smallest amount of moles (found in step 2) divide all moles by this amount.  4) Multiply ‘til whole: you must end in a whole number. If the number ends inMultiply by.2 or or or

34  Memorize the saying :  Percent to mass, mass to mole, divide by smallest, multiply ‘til whole.

35  A compound is found to contain 34.39% Zinc, 14.82% nitrogen, and 50.79% Oxygen. What is the empirical formula of the compound?

36  A 200 gram sample of compound which contains only carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen is found to contain grams of carbon, grams of hydrogen, and grams of oxygen. What is the empirical formula of the compound?

37  1) Find the molar mass of the empirical formula (MMef)  2) Divide the given molecular mass of the entire molecule (MMmlcl) by the molecular mass of the empirical formula (MMef). This number gives you the number of EFUs(empirical formula units).  3) Use the whole number result to multiply all of the subscripts of the empirical formula by and write the molecular formula

38  The empirical formula and molar mass for a substance were determined to be C 2 H 4 O 2 and g/mol respectively. Determine the molecular formula for the substance.

39  If the empirical formula for a carbohydrate is CH 2 O, and its molecular mass is known to be 240 g/mol, what is the molecular formula for the carbohydrate?  If the empirical formula for a hydrocarbon is known to contain 92.3% carbon, and its molecular mass is known to be 78 g/mol, what is the molecular formula for the compound?

40  1) Awesome question 1  2) Awesome question 2  3) I’m having trouble with …..


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