Stoichiometric Relationship Course IB SL

This topic mainly deals with calculations involving reactants & products in a given chemical reaction. One of the most important concepts in the chemistry, “mole concept” is introduced in this topic along with the calculations involving it. We also deal with important gas laws as well as calculations for concentration of the solutions.

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What you'll learn

  • Introduction to Stoichiometric Relationships
  • The states of matter
  • What is chemical reaction
  • Writing balanced chemical equation
  • Types of chemical reactions
  • Mole concept
  • Calculations of moles & atoms
  • Mass percentage calculations
  • Empirical formula calculations
  • Computation of molecular formula
  • Percentage yield calculations
  • All in one concept calculations
  • Limiting reagent calculations
  • Kinetic theory of gases
  • Gas laws
  • General gas equation
  • Avogadro's law & molar volume
  • Ideal gas equation & calculations
  • Ideal gas versus real gas
  • Concentration of solution & calculations
  • Titration calculations

Requirements

  • Math
  • Calculus
  • Trigonometry Basics

Description

This is one of the most fundamental but very important topics of the entire chemistry as it helps us to deal with calculations of reactants & products in the given reaction. We also learn how to balance the chemical reactions along with simple techniques for balancing combustion reactions for hydrocarbons. We are introduced to the extremely important mole concept which is the backbone of the calculations involving chemical reactions. We learn how to determine empirical formula & molecular formula based on the given data. We also deal with interesting concepts of limiting & excess reagents along with the calculations. After dealing with the solids & liquids, we move on to important gas laws such as Boyle’s law, Charles law and get introduced to the very important concept of absolute temperature along with the Kelvin scale. Last but not the least, we learn how to determine concentration of the given solution along with the calculations of molarity. Unquestionably, this topic forms a core for all the branches of chemistry such as physical chemistry, inorganic chemistry, organic chemistry etc& hence it becomes very important to grasp the concepts thoroughly.

Who this course is for:

  • University Students
  • Anyone wants to brush up their basics in

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  • Full lifetime access
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