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Y11 Reacting Mass Questions 5 and 6.
Both of these involve reactions with hydrochloric acid and both involve interpretations from a graph, where kinetics is also tested. Question 5 looks at the reaction between CaCO3 and HCl and then determines the identity of M in M(OH)2. Question 6 looks at the reaction between Mg and HCl. Note that 9min30s into the snapkast I wrote the formula CaCl2 where I should have written CaCO3.
By
Frank Scullion
Reacting Mass Calculation Series 4 No12.
In this video lesson, Mr. Scullion demonstrates a reacting mass problem involving volume of oxygen. Try the problem out on your own prior to finding out the solution.
By
Frank Scullion
Titrations - Series 1_ Volume from moles and concentration.
Just one question. Try it out yourself before looking at the solution. This exercise shows how to calculate the volume of each solution the contains a certain number of moles.
By
Frank Scullion
CH 13 CHEMISTRY GAS LAWS CHARLES & GAY LUSSAC
INTRODUCTION TO THE DIRECT RELATIONS SHIP BETWEEN PRESSURE-TEMPERATURE AND VOLUME-TEMPERATURE IN CHARLES' LAW AND GAY-LUSSAC'S LAW.
By
BRIAN MILLER
CH 13 CHEMISTRY GAS LAWS UNITS AND CONVERSIONS
UNITS AND CONVERSIONS FOR PRESSURE, VOLUME AND TEMPERATURE FOR THE GAS LAWS
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BRIAN MILLER
Reacting Mass Calculation Series 5 No4.
In this video lesson, Mr. Scullion demonstrates a reacting mass problem involving copper sulphate. Try the problem out on your own prior to finding out the solution.
By
Frank Scullion
CH 13 CHEMISTRY GAS LAWS BOYLE'S LAW
INTRODUCTION TO THE INVERSE RELATIONSHIP OF PRESSURE AND VOLUME IN BOYLE'S LAW.
By
BRIAN MILLER
CH 13 CHEMISTRY GAS LAWS IDEAL (moles)
Calculating Pressure, volume and temperature using the Ideal Gas Law for moles.
By
BRIAN MILLER
Reacting Mass Calculations - Series 5
Reacting Mass Calculations - Series 5 - Na2CO3(s) + H2SO4(aq) = Na2SO4(aq).
By
Frank Scullion
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Matter
5
SI System
3
Measurements
22
Aufbau Principle
1
Teachers
BRIAN MILLER
Teacher
Pasadena, United States of America
Frank Scullion
Member
United Kingdom
Tyler Dewitt
Teacher
New York, United States of America