1.1.1.1 6.02×1023 ; the
number of particles
that make up the
measure of 1 mole.
1.1.2 Chemically
engineered
1.1.2.1 Produced by
chemical means.
1.1.3 Mole
1.1.3.1 A measure of amount. 1 mole equals
6.02×1023 items of something. The
number is so massive because moles
are used to measure the amount of
molecules, atoms, and other incredibly
miniscule particles.
1.1.4 Stoichiometry
1.1.4.1 The calculation
of quantities in
chemical
equations.
2 Calculations
2.1 Conversion Factor
2.2 Formula Unit
2.3 Gram
Formula
Mass
2.4 Gram
Molecular
Mass
2.5 Mole
2.6 Mole Ratio
2.7 Standard
Temperature and
Pressure
3 Formulas
3.1 General
Conversion
Factor
Equation
3.2 Converting from
Formula Units to
Moles
3.3 Converting from
Volume of a Gas
to Moles
3.4 Converting
from Mass to
Moles
3.5 Converting from
Molality of a
Solution to Moles
3.6 Converting from
Molarity of a
Solution to Moles
4 Application
4.1 1. Balance the equation.
4.2 2. Convert units of a given substance to moles.
4.3 3. Using the mole ratio, calculate the moles of substance yielded by the reaction.
4.4 4. Convert moles of wanted substance to desired units.