Download presentation

1
**Molar Mass of Compounds**

Module 3.09 Literacy Molar Mass of Compounds

2
****Please make sure you have a periodic table, calculator and something to write with **

3
**Standards and Objectives**

Objectives: -Calculate the molar mass of a given compound -Determine the empirical formulas from given data Standard: SC.912.P.8.7—Interpret formula representations of molecules and compounds in terms of composition and structure.

4
**What do we know about molar mass? What do we Want to know? **

5
Molar Mass What do we know about molar mass? -molar mass = atomic mass of an element What do we Want to know? -Calculate molar mass for a compound and use it in conversions

6
**Review: Formulas and Subscripts**

Determine the number of each atom in the compound below: List the elements in the compound Determine the number of atoms of each element using subscripts For polyatomic ions (in parentheses) subscripts on the outside multiply each element of the polyatomic ion. Ca(NO3)2 Ca: N: O: This will be used to calculate molar mass for the compound.

7
Molar mass Molar mass of an element = atomic mass for that element from the periodic table. Molar mass of a compound or molecule = the sum of atomic mass of each element x subscript (# of moles)

8
**Calculating Molar mass of a Compound**

List the number of atoms of each element. Multiply the # of each element by it’s atomic mass to determine the molar mass for each element. Determine the molar mass of the compound by taking the sum of the molar mass of each element. Ex. Determine the molar mass of the compound below. Ca(NO3)2 Ca: 1 x N: 2 x O: 6 x

9
**Calculating Molar mass of a Compound**

List the number of atoms of each element. Multiply the # of each element by it’s atomic mass to determine the molar mass for each element. Determine the molar mass of the compound by taking the sum of the molar mass of each element. Ex. Determine the molar mass of the compound below. Ca(NO3)2 Ca: 1 x g =40.08 g N: 2 x g = g O: 6 x g = 95.99g. ( ) = g/mol

10
Molar Mass Practice Determine the Molar mass for the following compounds: H3PO4 Al(NO3)3 P2O5

11
**Determine the Molar mass for the following compounds:**

Molar Mass Practice Determine the Molar mass for the following compounds: H3PO4 (3 × g/mol H) + (1 × g/mol P) + (4 × g/mol O) = g/mol H3PO4 Al(NO3)3 (1 × g/mol Al) + (3 × g/mol N) + (9 × g/mol O) = g/mol Al(NO3)3 P2O5 (2 × g/mol P) + (5 × g/mol O) = g/mol P2O5

12
**Using Molar Mass Calculations**

You can use the molar mass of compounds in dimensional analysis calculations just as you used the molar mass of individual atoms. Use the the periodic table to look up the molar mass of each element. Convert grams to moles Grams A given mol A = _____ mol A molar mass g of A Convert moles to grams Moles A given molar mass g of A = ______ g A 1 mol A

13
**Using Molar Mass Calculations**

You can use the molar mass of compounds in dimensional analysis calculations just as you used the molar mass of individual atoms. Use the the periodic table to look up the molar mass of each element. Ex. 1 What is the mass of 3.85 moles of oxygen gas (O2)? Given: What formula will we need to use? Want:

14
**Using Molar Mass Calculations**

Ex. 1 What is the mass of 3.85 moles of oxygen gas (O2)? Given: 3.85 mol O2 Which conversion will we use? Want: mass of O2 convert mol to g Determine molar mass of O2: 2x g = g/mol 3.85 mol O g O2 = 123 g O2 1 mol O2

15
**Using Molar Mass Calculations**

Ex. 2 How many moles of barium nitrate (Ba(NO3)2) are in g Ba(NO3)2? Given: Which conversion will we use? Want:

16
**Using Molar Mass Calculations**

Ex. 2 How many moles of barium nitrate (Ba(NO3)2) are in g Ba(NO3)2? Given: g Ba(NO3)2 Which conversion will we use? Want: moles Ba(NO3)2 convert g to mol Determine molar mass of Ba(NO3)2 : (1 x g) + (2 x g) + (6 x ) = g/mol Ba(NO3) g Ba(NO3)2 1 mol Ba(NO3)2 = mol Ba(NO3) g Ba(NO3)2

17
Empirical Formulas

18
**Determining Empirical Formula**

19
**Empirical Formula Example**

Given Values

25
Molar Mass What do we know about molar mass? -molar mass = atomic mass of an element What do we Want to know? -Calculate molar mass for a compound and use it in conversions What did we learn? -How to calculate molar mass using subscripts and atomic mass How to determine empirical formulas from data.

Similar presentations

Presentation is loading. Please wait....

OK

Section 7.3 – Using Chemical Formulas

Section 7.3 – Using Chemical Formulas

© 2017 SlidePlayer.com Inc.

All rights reserved.

Ads by Google

Ppt on information technology act 2000 Ppt on pollution and its types in hindi Ppt on near field communication Ppt on history of pie in math Ppt on unity in diversity studio Download ppt on types of operating system Ppt on samsung galaxy y Ppt on tandoori cooking Ppt on regional trade agreements of china Ppt on statistics in maths what does product