- Chemistry
- Year 11
Moles Bootcamp
approx. 12 hrs
9 topics
108 concepts
Develop mastery of Moles and Stoichiometry to achieve success in your assessments and exams.
approx. 12 hrs
9 topics
108 concepts
Develop mastery of Moles and Stoichiometry to achieve success in your assessments and exams.
The Year 11 Moles Bootcamp is aligned to the Australian Chemistry curriculum. This topic explores the quantitative aspect of Chemistry and the critical importance of mole calculations. Students studying the Year 11 Moles Bootcamp perform simple mole conversions with masses of solids and volumes of both gases and solutions, predict the amounts of reactants required and products produced in various reactions, and carry out limiting reagent, mass percentage and empirical formulae calculations.
This learning program is made up of the following 9 topics, broken down into 108 concepts.
The Periodic Table
Stoichiometry
Why We Use Moles
Moles of Different Substances have Different Weight
Visualising the Mole
The Size of a Mole
The Periodic Table
Standard Molar Volume
Rearranging the Ideal Gas Law Equation
The Gas Laws
Boyle's Law
Charles' Law
Combined Gas Law
Barometer
Manometer
Pressure Of A Gas
Units
Interconversion Of Units
Combined Gas Law
Ideal Gas Equation
Different Values Of R
Limiting Reagent Questions
Mole Conversions - Total
Predicting the Quantities of Products and Reactants
Mole Calculations: Mass and Solutions
Mole Calculations: Number of Particles to Number of Particles
Conversions of Number of Particles with Solutions
Mole Calculations: Mass to Mass
Mass Conversions with Solutions
Mole Calculations: Number of Particles and Mass
Interconverting Number of Particles and Mass
Mole Calculations: Gas to Gas
Mole Calculations: Number of Particles and Gases Mole Calculations
Mole Calculations: Mass and Gas
Conversions of Number of Particles with Ideal Gases
Mass Conversions with Ideal Gases
Two Types of Mole Calculation
Mole Calculations: Solutions to Solutions
Mole Calculations: Number of Particles and Solutions Mole Calculations
Mole Calculations: Solutions and Gases
Moles and Solutions
Parts Per Billion
Interconverting Units of Concentration
Mole Conversions with Solutions
Dilution Equation
Parts Per Million
Performing A Dilution
Solution Chemistry
Concentrated and Dilute Solutions
Solubility
Solubility Curves
Solute, Solvent and Solutions
Gas Solubility Temperature Dependence
Primary Standards, Standard Solutions
How to Prepare Standard Solutions
Concentration
Molarity
Molality
Parts by Mass
Parts by Volume
Grams per Litre
Conversions of Number of Particles with Solutions
Mass Conversions with Solutions
Constructing Balanced Chemical Equations
Steps to Balancing Chemical Equations
Specifying States
Arrows in Chemical Equations
Balanced Chemical Equations
Stoichiometric Coefficients
Translating Chemical and Word Equations
Significance of the Molar Ratio
Using the Molar Ratio to find Unkown Moles
Molecular Equation
Total Ionic Equation
Net Ionic Equation
Chemical Reaction
Limiting Reagent
Spotting Limiting Reagent Questions
Identifying What is Required
Percentage Yield
Predicting the Quantities of Products and Reactants
Predicting Quantities of Products and Reactants
Format of Mole Calculations
Introduction to Mole Conversions
The Periodic Table
Interconverting Moles and the Number of Particles
Interconverting Moles and Mass
Interconverting Moles and Molar Mass
The Mole Concept and Avogadro's Constant
The Importance of Titles and Units for Working
Molar Mass
Calculating Molar Mass of an Element
Calculating Molar Mass of a Compound
Stoichiometry
Why We Use Moles
Moles of Different Substances have Different Weight
Visualising the Mole
The Size of a Mole
Interconverting Number of Particles and Mass
Two Types of Mole Calculation
Experimental Determination of Empirical Formula by Combustion Analysis
Experimental Determination of Empirical Formula by Elemental Analysis
Mass Percentage Composition
Determining the Mass of an Element in a Pure Sample
Empirical Formula
Empirical Formula and Mass Percentage Composition
Determining the Empirical Formula
Determining the Molecular Formula from an Empirical Formula
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