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Level 9: Stoichiometry and the Math of Reactions Video #4

Level 9: Stoichiometry and the Math of Reactions Video #4

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Author: Tammy Keilman
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-Explain that the final answer to an excess-limiting problem is the theoretical amount of product made
-Use this knowledge and experimental data to calculate the percentage yield of a reaction 
 

This is for the students to determine when they complete their VISA

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Tutorial

TUTORIAL INSTRUCTIONS

PLEASE COMPLETE THIS TUTORIAL BY FOLLOWING THESE STEPS WHICH ARE EXPECTED TO TAKE APPROXIMATELY 30 MINUTES:

1. Complete the VISA, which is your ticket to participate further with the rest of the class.
2. Take the quiz on the top right of this tutorial page to show your comprehension of the material before moving on.
YOU MUST GET YOUR QUIZ CHECKED AND YOUR VISA STAMPED TO GET CREDIT AND MOVE ON

VISA Video Instructions

This is the VISA Instruction document that delineates exactly what your VISA must contain. Please review it carefully before beginning to watch the video.

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Stoichiometry Video #4

This is a video for our Stoichiometry unit playlist. Please remember that you must complete a VISA in your notebook. You must also take the quiz on this tutorial page in the upper right hand corner to show that you have been over the information and have a basic understanding of the concepts. The quiz is immediate feedback on your understanding, so if you don't feel you did well on the quiz, then please consider going over the video or corresponding slideshow again before moving on.

Stoichiometry Slideshow #4

This is the Stoichiometry PowerPoint that corresponds with the Stoichiometry Video. It can be opened and downloaded, printed, etc.