Chemistry: Particles <==> Moles <==> Grams


 

We have 14 ready-to-use problem sets on the topic of Particles, Moles, and Grams. These problem sets focus on the use of Avogadro's number and molar mass values to convert between the number of particles in a sample, the moles in a sample, and the mass of the sample. Percent composition calculations, empirical formula determinations, and average atomic mass calculations are also included in this set of problems.


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Set PMG1:  Average Atomic Mass
Calculate the average atomic mass of an element from the percent composition of its various isotopes and make meaning of the results.  Includes 6 problems.

 
 
Problem Set PMG2: – Atomic Mass Units
Use atomic mass values to relate the number of atoms to the mass of a sample in atomic mass units.  Includes 7 problems.

 
 
Problem Set PMG3:– Molar Mass 1
Determine the molar mass of a compound when given its formula.  Includes 5 problems.

 
 
Problem Set PMG4: Molar Mass 2
Take a field trip to Planet Exwizee (where the Periodic Table is different and Google doesn’t exist) and determine the molar mass of a variety of compounds. Includes 4 problems.

 
 
Problem Set PMG5: Avogadro's Number
Use Avogadro’s number to convert between the number of atoms of an element and the number of moles. Includes 6 problems.

 
 
Problem Set PMG6: Particles-Moles-Grams 1
Perform 1- and 2-step conversions between the number of atoms in an elemental sample, the moles of the sample, and the mass of the sample. Includes 5 problems.

 
 
Problem Set PMG7: Particles-Moles-Grams 2
Perform 1- and 2-step conversions between the number of molecules in a sample, the moles of the sample, and the mass of the sample. Includes 6 problems.

 
 
Problem Set PMG8: Particles-Moles-Grams 3
Perform 1- and 2-step conversions between the number of molecules in a sample, the moles of the sample, and the mass of the sample. Includes 6 problems.

 
 
Problem Set PMG9: Particles-Moles-Grams 4
Perform 1-, 2-, and 3-step conversions between the number of atoms of an element in a molecular sample, the moles of the sample, and the mass of the sample.  Includes 5 problems.



Problem Set PMG10 – Calculating Percent Composition from a Formula 1
Use the formula of a compound and molar mass values to determine the percent composition of its various elements.  Includes 5 problems.



Problem Set PMG11 – Calculating Percent Composition from a Formula 2
Use the formula of a compound and molar mass values to determine the percent composition of its various elements … on Planet Exwizee.  Includes 4 problems.



Problem Set PMG12 – Empirical and Molecular Formulas
Relate the empirical formula to the molecular formula and the molar mass.  Includes 7 problems.



Problem Set PMG13 – Determining Formula from Percent Composition 1
Determine the empirical formula for a compound when given the percent composition of the element in the compound.  Includes 4 problems.



Problem Set PMG14 – Determining Formula from Percent Composition 2
Determine the empirical formula for a compound when given the percent composition of the element in the compound … on Planet Exwizee.  Includes 4 problems.

 
 



 
 


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