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--Chapter 1--

--Chapter 2--

--Chapter 3--

--Chapter 4--

--Chapter 5--

--Chapter 6--

--Chapter 7--

--Chapter 8--

--Chapter 9--

--Chapter 10--

--Chapter 11--

--Chapter 12--

--Chapter 13--

--Chapter 14--

--Chapter 15--

--Chapter 16--

--Chapter 17--

--Chapter 18--

--Chapter 19--

--Chapter 20--

--Chapter 21--

--Chapter 22--

--Chapter 23--

--Chapter 24--

--Chapter 25--

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### Chapter 11: The Mole

#### Formula of Hydrate

●     Examples of several hydrates and how to calculate formula of hydrate from lab results Visit Site

#### General

●     Introduction to the mole and its meaning and use (Visionlearning) Visit Site
●     Professor Mole's  Visit Site
● Khan academy vid showing what a mole actually is. Very well done Visit Site

#### Mole Conversions

●     Mole conversion tutorial & help - uses grids Visit Site
●     Calculator to figure gram molecular weight Visit Site
●     Tutorial on Limiting Reagent, Theoretical Yield, and % Yield (UW Oshkash) Visit Site

#### Stoichiometry - Ch 11.2

●     Problem Solving Skills with moles (CHP) Visit Site
●     Tutorial useful in 5 areas of stoichiometry & the mole Visit Site
●     Sodium - Scroll down to "Sodium Party". Lots of videos & background how Na reacts with water and also O2. These guys are crazzy!!! Visit Site

#### Wigger Vids

●     Formula of a Hydrate calculated for p. 349 prob. 152. Detailed discussion of how solve this problem. Visit Site
●     BASIC CONVERSIONS - A graphic from page 319 of our textbook is used as a visual representation of the process of converting particles <--> mol and g <--> mol.     Lecture 1     Visit Site
●     BASIC CONVERSIONS - Conversions are show for one substance only. We are first changing moles --> particles in our first example, and then changing g --> mol.     Lecture 2     Visit Site
● g molecule --> mol molecule --> mol atom --> atoms in problem 31 a p.326 Visit Site

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