Quiz: Stoichiometry Road Map
This quiz is based on the stoichiometry road map video and stoichiometry road map practice problem.
Can island hopping (the first diagram with only 1 mole island) be used to compare two different substances?
What does the stoichiometry road map allow you to do?
compare moles to grams, liters, particles of only 1 chemical
go from moles of one thing (one chemical) to moles of another thing (another chemical)
Do the 2 different mole islands on the stoichiometry road map have to be reactants and products?
How do you convert between moles of one chemical and moles of another chemical?
write a conversion factor using the mole ratio
write a conversion factor using the molar volume
What are the coefficients?
the numbers in front of the letters
How to use the Stoichiometry Road Map to Solve a Practice Problem
The following questions relate to the video "How to use the stoichiometry road map to solve a practice problem"
How do you know the mole ratio between two chemicals?
coefficients from the balanced chemical equation
it is impossible to say
In the same equation of photosynthesis, what is the mole ratio of water to carbon dioxide?
1 mole water : 1 mole carbon dioxide
6 moles of water : 6 moles of carbon dioxide
When we're talking about 1 mole of a chemical, the masses on the periodic table are in _____________.
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