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Unit G. Mathematics of Chemical Reactions ( Gravimetric Stoichiometry ). G.1 Introduction: Mathematics of Chemical Reactions.

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Unit g

Unit G

Mathematics of Chemical Reactions

(Gravimetric Stoichiometry)


G 1 introduction mathematics of chemical reactions

G.1Introduction: Mathematics of Chemical Reactions

  • This unit studies the use of mathematics in balanced equations to determine the amount of reactant needed or predict the amount of product that will be formed when the reaction is run.

  • Gravimetric: involves the use of a balance

    • Gravi-: using gravity (mass)

    • -metric: to measure

  • Stoichiometry(based on two Greek words)

    • Stoicheion: โ€œof the elementsโ€

    • -metry: to measure


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G.1Introduction: Mathematics of Chemical Reactions

  • Stoichiometry is a review:

  • Must understand the formulas of elements and ions (Unit B)

  • Must be able to write chemical names and formulas (Unit D)

  • Must be able to write and balance chemical equations (Unit E)

  • Must be able to convert mass to moles and moles to mass (Unit F).


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G.1Introduction: Mathematics of Chemical Reactions

  • Practical Importance of Stoichiometry

  • The gasoline-to-air mixture in a car.

  • The proper proportions of ingredients in recipes.

  • Antacid tablets to neutralize stomach acid may be harmful in excess.


G 2 mole to mole stoichiometry

G.2Mole-to-Mole Stoichiometry

  • Reading Balanced Equations in terms of Moles


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G.2Mole-to-Mole Stoichiometry

  • Generalized Solving Method

  • Write the balanced chemical equation.

  • List given amount under appropriate substance. Put a (?) with the necessary units under the substance you are looking for.

  • Multiply the given amount by the mole ratio:

  • Round final answer using appropriate rules.


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G.2Mole-to-Mole Stoichiometry

Example #1:How many moles of hydrogen are required to react exactly with 4.13 mol of oxygen?

2 H2(g) + O2(g) ๏‚ฎ 2 H2O(g)

? mol 4.13 mol


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G.2Mole-to-Mole Stoichiometry

Example #2:Determine the number of moles of natural gas (methane) that must undergo combustion to produce 1.62 mol of water vapor.

CH4(g) + 2 O2(g) ๏‚ฎ CO2(g) + 2 H2O(g)

? mol 1.62 mol


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