• Chemistry
  • Year 11

Quantifying Atoms and Compounds

approx. 10 hrs

5 topics

36 concepts

Develop fundamental understanding of Moles and Quantities in Chemistry.

Available in
VIC

Overview

Quantifying Atoms and Compounds is a program aligned to Unit 1: Area of Study 1 in VCE Chemistry and explores the concept of the mole, simple mole interconversions and empirical formula.

Topics & Concepts We Cover

This learning program is made up of the following 5 topics, broken down into 36 concepts.

  • Quantifying Atomic Mass 4 concepts

    1. Atomic Mass Unit

    2. The Reason for Using Carbon-12 as an Atomic Standard

    3. Measuring Isotopic Abundance

    4. Calculating Relative Atomic Mass from a Mass Spectrum

  • Resource: Periodic Table 1 concept

    1. The Periodic Table

  • Introduction to Stoichiometry 6 concepts

    1. Stoichiometry

    2. Why We Use Moles

    3. Moles of Different Substances have Different Weight

    4. Visualising the Mole

    5. The Size of a Mole

    6. The Periodic Table

  • The Mole Concept 17 concepts

    1. Introduction to Mole Conversions

    2. The Periodic Table

    3. Interconverting Moles and the Number of Particles

    4. Interconverting Moles and Mass

    5. Interconverting Moles and Molar Mass

    6. The Mole Concept and Avogadro's Constant

    7. The Importance of Titles and Units for Working

    8. Molar Mass

    9. Calculating Molar Mass of an Element

    10. Calculating Molar Mass of a Compound

    11. Stoichiometry

    12. Why We Use Moles

    13. Moles of Different Substances have Different Weight

    14. Visualising the Mole

    15. The Size of a Mole

    16. Interconverting Number of Particles and Mass

    17. Two Types of Mole Calculation

  • Empirical Formula 8 concepts

    1. Experimental Determination of Empirical Formula by Combustion Analysis

    2. Experimental Determination of Empirical Formula by Elemental Analysis

    3. Mass Percentage Composition

    4. Determining the Mass of an Element in a Pure Sample

    5. Empirical Formula

    6. Empirical Formula and Mass Percentage Composition

    7. Determining the Empirical Formula

    8. Determining the Molecular Formula from an Empirical Formula

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