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Reacting masses and volumes

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Harvey Buckle

on 16 March 2016

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Transcript of Reacting masses and volumes

Aim
To know how to calculate reacting masses and volumes
To calculate after gaining practical data
Starter
If I breathe in 100L of air in 1 hour, how many grarms of Carbon dioxide will I have breathed in?
What we need to know
1 mole of gas occupies 22.4 L in volume at 0 degrees C = STP

1 mole of gas occupies 24 L in volume at 25 degrees C = RTP

BOTH at 1 atm pressure
Some questions
See the question sheet
Next
Empirical formula
Practical
React 0.09g of Magnesium with HCl as shown. Calculate the number of moles of gas made.
What is the PERCENTAGE YIELD?
Reacting masses and volumes
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