# Worked Chemistry Problems

- Acid-Base Problems (7)
- Balancing Equations (4)
- Calculate Concentration
- Experimental Error Calculations (4)
- Gas Law Problems (19)
- Nuclear Decay Problems (8)
- Solubility Problems (7)
- Thermochemistry Problems
- Unit Conversions (94)

Index of Worked Chemistry Problems

This is a one-page index of all of the worked chemistry problems on the site, arranged alphabetically and also arranged according to the order in which they are (typically) presented in a general chemistry text.

Printable Chemistry Worksheets

This is a collection of chemistry worksheets in pdf format. The answers to the questions are available on separate worksheets so you can fill them out and then check your work.

Balancing Chemical Equations

Here is a step-by-step tutorial for balancing chemical equations, along with a worked example. This is a must-read for students of general and introductory chemistry!

Balancing Redox Reactions

Get step-by-step instructions for balancing redox reactions for conservation of mass and charge in electrochemistry.

Concentration and Molarity

These are examples of concentration and molarity calculations, with links to other worked chemistry problems and homework help.

Acids and Bases - Calculating pH

Here is an example of an acid/base problem to calculate the pH of an aqueous solution where the concentration of H^{+} is known.

Acids and Bases - Calculating pH of a Strong Acid

Here is an example of an acid/base problem to calculate the pH of a strong acid.

Acids and Bases - Calculating pH of a Strong Base

Here is an example of an acid/base problem to calculate the pH of a strong base.

Acids and Bases - Calculating pH of a Weak Acid

Here is an example of an acid/base problem to calculate the pH of a weak acid solution of known concentration.

Acids and Bases - Neutralizing an Acid with a Base

This example demonstrates the method used to calculate the amount of an acid of known concentration needed to neutralize a base of known concentration.

Acids and Bases - Titration Example Problem

Here is an acids and bases example problem involving titration. A base of known concentration is used to neutralize an unknown concentration of an acid.

Activation Energy Example Problem

This example problem demonstrates how to determine the activation energy of a reaction from reaction rate constants at different temperatures.

Angle Between Two Vectors and Vector Scalar Product

This is a worked example problem that shows how to find the angle between two vectors.

Aqueous Solution Dilution

Here is a worked example of how to calculate a dilution of a stock solution.

Atomic Mass & Isotopic Abundance

These are examples of atomic mass and isotopic abundance calculations, with links to other worked chemistry problems and homework help.

Atomic Mass and Atomic Abundance Example Chemistry Problem

Atomic mass is determined by the weighted average of the masses of naturally-occurring isotopes. Here is an example of how to determine the atomic abundance.

Atomic Mass from Atomic Abundance Example Chemistry Problem

Atomic mass is determined by the weighted average of the masses of naturally-occurring isotopes. Here is an example of how to determine the atomic mass from known atomic abundances.

Avogadro's Law Calculation

Avogadro's Law is a specific instance of the Ideal Gas Law in which volume is directly proportional to the number of moles at constant temperature and pressure. Here's how to solve a direct proportion problem using Avogadro's Law.

Avogadro's Number

These are examples of calculations involving Avogradro's number, with links to other worked chemistry problems and homework help.

Avogadro's Number Example Chemistry Problem

Avogadro's number is the number of atoms or molecules in a mole. Here is an example of using this number to determine the mass of a known number of molecules.

Avogadro's Number Example Chemistry Problem

Avogadro's number is the number of atoms or molecules in a mole. Here is an example of using this number to determine the number of molecules contained in a known mass of molecules.

Avogadro's Number Example Chemistry Problem

Avogadro's number is the number of atoms or molecules in a mole. Here is an example of using this number to determine the mass of a single atom based on the atomic mass of that atom.

Balance Redox Reaction Example Problem

When balancing redox reactions, the overall electronic charge must be balanced in addition to balancing the atoms of the reactants and products. This example problem illustrates how to use the half-reaction method to balance redox reactions.

Balance Redox Reaction in Basic Solution Example Problem

Redox reactions commonly take place in acidic solutions, but these reactions also take place in basic solutions. This example problem shows how to balance a redox reaction in a basic solution.

Bohr Atom Energy Level Example Problem

This example problem demonstrates how to find the energy that corresponds to an energy level of a Bohr atom.

Boiling Point Elevation Example Problem

This example problem demonstrates how to calculate boiling point elevation.

Bond Energies & Enthalpies

This is a step-by-step worked problem to help you calculate bond energies and enthalpies for gaseous reactions.

Bond Energies and Enthalpy Change Example Chemistry Problem

Bond energies and enthalpy can be used to determine if a reaction is endothermic or exothermic. Here is an example showing how to determine the change in enthalpy of a reaction.

Boyle's Law

Here's an introduction to Boyle's Law, as well as a worked example problem and links to related resources.

Calculate Root Mean Square Velocity of Gas Particles

This example problem demonstrates how to calculate the root mean square velocity of particles in an ideal gas.

Calorimetry and Heat Flow

There's a worked example for coffee cup calorimetry and another for bomb calorimetry, with links to review calorimetry and thermochemistry concepts.

Cell Potential and Free Energy Example Problem

The Gibbs free energy of the reactions occurring an electrochemical cell can be related to the total cell potential. This example problem shows how to calculate the maximum theoretical free energy and determine if the reaction is spontaneous from the total cell potential.

Celsius to Fahrenheit

This example problem illustrates the method to convert temperatures from Celsius to Fahrenheit.

Celsius to Kelvin

This example problem illustrates the method to convert temperatures from Celsius to Kelvin.

Celsius to Kelvin Temperature Conversion

Here is an example problem that explains how to convert a temperature from degrees on the Celsius scale to Kelvin.

Chemistry Problems

The best way to learn chemistry is to practice working problems, but it helps to see how each type of problem is solved. Follow examples of worked chemistry problems. These chemistry problems are arranged alphabetically according to subject. Multiple worked examples are given for several types of problems.

Clausius–Clapeyron Equation Example Problem

This example problem demonstrates how to use the Clausius–Clapeyron equation to predict the vapor pressure of a solution.

Concentration and Molarity Worked Example Problem

This is a worked example of how to determine the concentration of individual ions in an aqueous solution from the total concentration.

Concentration and Molarity Worked Example Problem

This is a worked example showing the steps necessary to create a stock solution of predetermined concentration.

Concentration and Molarity Worked Example Problem

This is a worked example showing the steps necessary to find the concentration of a solution when given the amount of solute.

Convert Frequency to Wavelength Worked Example Problem

This example problem demonstrates how to find the wavelength of light from the frequency.

Convert Molarity to Parts Per Million Example Problem

This example problem demonstrates how to convert molarity to parts per million.

Convert Wavelength to Frequency Worked Example Problem

This example problem demonstrates how to find the frequency of light from the wavelength.

Dalton's Law Calculation

Dalton's Law of Partial Pressures, or Dalton's Law, states that the total pressure of a gas in a container is the sum of the partial pressures of the individual gases in the container. Here is a worked example problem showing how to use Dalton's Law to calculate the pressure of a gas.

de Broglie Example Problem

This example problem demonstrates how to find the wavelength of a moving electron using de Broglie's equation.

Density Worked Example Problem

This is a worked example of how to calculate the density of a substance.

Electrochemical Cell EMF Example Problem

The electromotive force, or EMF of a electrochemical cell is the net voltage of the oxidation and reduction half-reactions in a redox reaction. This example problem shows how to calculate the cell EMF using standard reduction potentials of reduction half-reactions.

Electron Volt to Joule Conversion Example Problem

This example problem demonstrates how to convert electron volts to joules.

Electronegativity and Bond Polarity Example Problem

This example problem demonstrates how to use electronegativity to determine bond polarity and whether or not a bond is more covalent or more ionic.

Empirical Formula

Learn how to find the empirical formula from percent composition data.

Energy from Frequency Example Problem

This example problem demonstrates how to find the energy of a photon from its frequency.

Energy from Wavelength Example Problem

This example problem demonstrates how to find the energy of a photon from its wavelength.

Enthalpy Change Example Problem

Worked Example Chemistry Problems - Determining change in enthalpy of a reaction using Hess's Laws.

Enthalpy Change Example Problem

Worked Example Chemistry Problems - Determining change in enthalpy of melting ice and vaporizing water. Additional worked problem to determine mass of ice melted from given energy value.

Enthalpy Change Example Problem

Worked Example Chemistry Problems - Determining change in enthalpy of a reaction using Hess's Laws.

Entropy and Reaction Spontaneity Example Problem

This example problem demonstrates how to use changes in entropy of a system and its surroundings to determine a reaction's spontaneity and whether or not the reaction will be exothermic or endothermic.

Entropy Change Example Problem

This example problem demonstrates how to examine the reactants and products to predict the sign of the change in entropy of a reaction. Knowing if the change in entropy should be positive or negative is a useful tool to check your work on problems involving changes in entropy. It is easy to lose a sign during thermochemistry homework problems.

Entropy Example Problem

This example problem demonstrates how to calculate the change in entropy of a system's surroundings following a chemical reaction at constant temperature and pressure.

Entropy of Reaction Example Problem

This example problem demonstrates how to find the entropy of reaction from standard molar entropy data on the reactants and products.

Equation of a Line

There are many instances in science and math in which you will need to determine the equation of a line. Here's a quick overview and example of how to determine the equation of a line from (x,y) data.

Equilibrium Concentration Example Problem

This example problem demonstrates how to calculate the equilibrium concentrations from initial conditions and the reaction's equilibrium constant. This equilibrium constant example concerns a reaction with a "large" equilibrium constant.

Equilibrium Concentration Example Problem

This example problem demonstrates how to calculate the equilibrium concentrations from initial conditions and the reaction's equilibrium constant. This equilibrium constant example concerns a reaction with a "small" equilibrium constant.

Equilibrium Constant and Reaction Quotient Example Problem

This example problem demonstrates how to use the reaction quotient to predict the direction of a chemical reaction towards equilibrium.

Equilibrium Constant Example Problem

This example problem demonstrates how to use the equilibrium constant of a reaction to determine equilibrium concentrations of reactants and products.

Equilibrium Constant Example Problem

This example problem demonstrates how to find the equilibrium constant of a reaction from equilibrium concentrations of reactants and products.

Equilibrium Constant For Gaseous Reactions Example Problem

This example problem demonstrates how to find the equilibrium constant and pressure equilibrium constant of a gaseous reaction from the pressures of the gases.

Equilibrium Constant of an Electrochemical Cell Reaction Example Problem

The equilibrium constant of an electrochemical cell's redox reaction can be determined using the Nernst equation. This example problem shows how to use reaction conditions at equilibrium and the Nernst equation to calculate the equilibrium constant of a cell's redox reaction.

Fahrenheit to Celsius

This example problem illustrates the method to convert Celsius to Fahrenheit.

Fahrenheit to Kelvin

This example problem illustrates the method to convert Fahrenheit to Kelvin.

Formal Charge Example Problem

Formal charge is a technique to identify which resonance structure is the more correct structure. The most correct Lewis structure will be the structure where the formal charges are evenly distributed throughout the molecule.

Free Energy and Pressure Example Problems

This example problem demonstrates how to determine free energy of a reaction at conditions that are not standard states.

Free Energy and Reaction Spontaneity Example Problem

This example problem demonstrates how to calculate and use changes in free energy to determine a reaction's spontaneity.

Freezing Point Depression Example Problem

This example problem demonstrates how to calculate freezing point depression.

Galvanic Cell Example Problem

Galvanic cells are electrochemical cells which use the transfer of electrons in redox reactions to supply an electric current. This example problem illustrates how to form a galvanic cell from two reduction reactions and calculate the cell EMF.

Gram to Mole Conversions

Here are worked examples problems for mole to gram or gram to mole conversions.

Grams to Kilograms

This example problem illustrates the method to convert grams to kilograms.

Heat Capacity and Phase Change Example Problem

This worked example problem demonstrates how to calculate the energy required to raise the temperature of a sample that includes changes in phase. This problem finds the energy required to turn cold ice into hot steam.

Heat Capacity Example Problem

This example problem demonstrates how to calculate the amount of heat required to change the temperature of a substance.

Heat Capacity Example Problem - Find Final Temperature

This worked example problem demonstrates how to calculate the final temperature of a substance when given the amount of energy used, the mass and initial temperature.

Heat of Fusion Example Problem

This example problem demonstrates how to calculate the amount of heat required to change the phase of a substance from solid to liquid using the heat of fusion.

Heat of Vaporization Example Problem

This example problem demonstrates how to calculate the amount of heat required to change the phase of a substance from liquid to gas using the heat of vaporization.

Heats of Formation

These are examples of how to calculate the heats of formation for compounds and ions in aqueous solution. Links are given to rules of thermochemistry and explanations of endothermic and exothermic reactions.

Henderson Hasselbalch Equation and Example

You can calculate the pH of a buffer solution or the concentration of the acid and base using the Henderson Hasselbalch equation. Here's a look at the Henderson Hasselbalch equation and a worked example that explains how to apply the equation.

Henry's Law Example Problem

This example problem demonstrates how to use Henry's Law to calculate the concentration of a gas in solution under pressure.

Hess's Law Example Problem

This example problem demonstrates strategies and how to use Hess's Law to find the enthalpy change of a reaction using enthapy data from similar reactions.

How to Calculate Mass Percent

Mass percent composition of a molecule shows the amount each element in a molecule contributes to the total molecular mass. Each element's contribution is expressed as a percentage of the whole. This tutorial will show the method to determine the mass percent composition of a molecule.

How to Calculate Molarity of a Solution

Molarity is a unit of concentration measuring the number of moles of a solute per liter of solution. The strategy to solving molarity problems is fairly simple. This outlines a straightforward method to calculate molarity of a solution.

How to Calculate the Empirical and Molecular Formula of a Compound

The empirical formula of a chemical compound is a representation of the simplest whole number ratio between the elements comprising the compound. The molecular formula is the actual whole number ratio between the elements of the compound. This tutorial shows how to determine the empirical and molecular formulas for a compound from mass percent...

How to Calculate the Limiting Reactant of a Chemical Reaction

Chemical reactions rarely occur when exactly the right amount of reactants will react together to form products. One reactant will be used up before another runs out. This reactant is known as the limiting reactant. This is a strategy to follow when determining which reactant is the limiting reactant.

How to Calculate Theoretical Yield of a Chemical Reaction

Before performing chemical reactions, it is helpful to know how much product will be produced with given quantities of reactants. This is known as the theoretical yield. This strategy makes calculating theoretical yield a simple process.

How to Draw a Lewis Structure

Lewis dot structures are useful to predict the geometry of a molecule. This example problem shows the steps needed to draw a structure where one atom violates the octet rule.

How to Predict Precipitates

When two aqueous solutions of ionic compounds are mixed together, the resulting reaction may produce a solid precipitate. This guide will illustrate how to use the general solubility rules to predict whether or not the product will remain in solution or form a precipitate.

Ideal Gas Example - Constant Temperature

Here is an example of an ideal gas problem where the temperature of the gas is held constant.

Ideal Gas Example Problem - Constant Pressure

Here is an example of an ideal gas problem where the pressure of the gas is held constant.

Ideal Gas Example Problem - Constant Volume

Here is an example of an ideal gas problem where the volume of the gas is held constant.

Ideal Gas Example Problem - Partial Pressure

This is an example demonstrating how to determine the partial pressure of a gas in a mixed system of gases.

Ideal Gas Example Problem - Unknown gas

This is an example of a problem where element or compound is unknown, but the mass and gas properties pressure, volume and temperature are known.

Ideal Gas Law

Here are some worked examples of Ideal Gas Law chemistry problems plus links to formulas for working gas problems and related chemistry tools and resources.

Ideal Gas Problem - Number of Moles

This example uses the ideal gas law to determine the number of moles of an ideal gas present in a system where pressure, volume and temperature are known.

Ideal Gas vs Non-ideal Gas Example Problem

This example problem demonstrates how to calculate the pressure of a gas system using the ideal gas law and the van der Waal's equation. It also demonstrates the difference between an ideal gas and a non-ideal gas.

Isotopes and Nuclear Symbols

This worked problem demonstrates how to write nuclear symbol for an atom when given the number of protons and neutrons in an isotope.

Isotopes and Nuclear Symbols

This worked problem demonstrates how to write nuclear symbols for isotopes of a given element.

Isotopes and Nuclear Symbols

These are examples of isotope and nuclear symbol problems, with links to other worked chemistry problems and homework help.

Isotopes and Nuclear Symbols

This worked problem demonstrates how to determine the number of protons and neutrons are in the nucleus of an isotope.

Joule to Electron Volt Conversion Example Problem

This example problem demonstrates how to convert joules to electron volts.

Kelvin to Celsius

This example problem illustrates the method to convert temperatures from Kelvin to Celsius.

Kilograms to Grams

This example problem illustrates the method to convert kilograms to grams.

Law of Multiple Proportions

Here's an example of a Law of Multiple Proportion problem, with links to other worked chemistry problems and homework help.

Lewis Structure Example Problem

This example problem shows how to draw a Lewis dot structure of a molecule.

Limiting Reactant and Theoretical Yield

These are examples of calculations for determining the limiting reactant and theoretical yield of a reaction, with links to other worked chemistry problems and homework help.

Limiting Reactant Example Problem

To predict the yield of a chemical reaction, it is important to be able to identify the limiting reactant. This example problem demonstrates a method to determine the limiting reactant of a chemical reaction.

Mass Percent Composition

These are examples of mass percent composition calculations, with links to other worked chemistry problems and homework help.

Mass Percent Composition Problem #2

This is worked example problem showing how to calculate mass percent composition.

Mass Relations in Balanced Equations

These are examples of calculations for determining the mass relations in balanced chemical equations, with links to other worked chemistry problems and homework help.

Mass Relations in Balanced Equations Example Problem

This is a worked example of how to determine the mass of products and reactants used in a balanced chemical reaction.

Mean or Average - Calculate the Mean

It's very important to know how to calculate the mean or average of a set of numbers. Among other things, this will allow you to calculate your grade point average. However, you'll need to calculate the mean for several other situations, too.

Mean, Median, Mode and Range

This worked example problem shows how to calculate the mean, median, mode and range of a series of numbers.

Molality Example Problem

Here is an example of calculating concentration or molality of a solution.

Molar Mass Example

You can calculate the molar mass or mass of one mole of an element or molecule if you know the formula for the substance and have a periodic table or table of atomic masses. Here are worked examples of molar mass calculations.

Molarity Example Problem

Here is an example of calculating concentration or molarity of a solution.

Molarity of Ions Example Problem

This example problem demonstrates how to calculate the molarity of ions in an aqueous solution.

Mole - Gram Conversions

These are examples of mole-to-gram and gram-to-mole conversions, with links to other worked chemistry problems and homework help.

Mole Relations in Balanced Equations

These are worked chemistry problems showing how to calculate the number of moles of reactants or products in a balanced chemical equation.

Molecular Formula and Simplest Formula Example Problem

This is a worked example of how to determine the molecular formula of a substance when given the simplest formula and the mass from experimental data.

Molecular Formula and Simplest Formula Example Problem

This is a worked example of how to determine the molecular formula of a substance when given the simplest formula and the mass from experimental data.

Molecular Formula from Simplest Formula

These are examples of calculations for determining the molecular formula from the simplest formula and approximate molecular mass, with links to other worked chemistry problems and homework help.

Molecular Mass Calculations

These are examples of molecular mass calculations, with links to other worked chemistry problems and homework help.

Molecular Mass from Molecular Formula

Use these worked example chemistry problems to help practice calculating molecular mass from the molecular formula.

Nernst Equation Example Problem

The Nernst equation is used to calculate cell potentials in non-standard conditions. The Nernst equation modifies the standard cell potential to account for temperature and concentrations of the reaction participants. This example problem uses the Nernst equation to calculate a cell potential.

Normality Calculation

The normality of a solution is the gram equivalent weight of a solute per liter of solution. Here's an example of how to calculate the normality of a solution.

Osmotic Pressure Example

This example problem demonstrates how to calculate the osmotic pressure of a solution.

Osmotic Pressure Example

This example problem demonstrates how to calculate the amount of solute to add to create a specific osmotic pressure in a solution.

Oxidation and Reduction Reaction Example Problem

It is often confusing to identify which molecule is oxidized in the reaction and which molecule is reduced in a redox reaction. This example problem shows how to correctly identify which atoms undergo oxidation or reduction and their corresponding redox agents.

Oxidation State Example

The oxidation state of an atom in a molecule refers to the degree of oxidation of that atom. This example problem shows how to assign oxidation states to a variety of atoms in molecules.

Oxoacid Example Chemistry Problem

This chemistry example problem explains how to identify the strongest acid from a list of oxoacids.

Paramagnetism and Diamagnetism Worked Problem

Here is a worked example problem showing how to tell whether an element is paramagnetic or diamagnetic based on its electron configuration.

Percent Composition by Mass

Here is an example of calculating concentration using percent composition by mass of a solution.

Population Standard Deviation Example Calculation

This is a simple example of how to calculate population standard deviation.

Predicting Formulas of Compounds with Polyatomic Ions

This is a tutorial for problems determining the formulas of compounds containing polyatomic ions. Links are included to the periodic table, a chart of common polyatomic ions, group chemistry, and valences of the elements.

Predicting Formulas of Compounds with Polyatomic Ions Example Problem

This example problem demonstrates how to predict the molecular formulas of several compounds involving polyatomic ions.

Predicting Formulas of Ionic Compounds

This is a tutorial for working through problems asking you to determine the formulas of ionic compounds. Links are included to the periodic table, group chemistry, and valences of the elements.

Predicting Formulas of Ionic Compounds Example Problem

This worked example problem demonstrates how to predict the molecular formulas of ionic compounds.

Pressure Conversions

Here are some examples of conversions between units of pressure (kPa, atm, mm Hg).

Pressure Unit Conversion Problem

This is a worked example problem converting units of pressure.

Protons & Electrons in Ions

These are examples of calculations used to determine the number of protons and electrons in ions, with links to other worked chemistry problems and homework help.

Protons & Electrons in Ions

This worked chemistry problem demonstrates how to determine the symbol for the ion when given the number of protons and electrons.

Protons & Electrons in Ions

This worked chemistry problem demonstrates how to determine the number of protons and electrons in an ion.

Raoult's Law Example Problem

This example problem demonstrates how to use Raoult's Law to calculate the of vapor pressure of two volatile solutions mixed together.

Raoult's Law Example Problem

This example problem demonstrates how to use Raoult's Law to calculate the change in vapor pressure by adding a strong electrolyte to a solvent.

Raoult's Law Example Problem

This example problem demonstrates how to use Raoult's Law to calculate the change in vapor pressure by adding a nonvolatile liquid to a solvent.

Rates of Reaction Example Problem

This example problem demonstrates how to use reaction rates to determine the coefficients of a balanced chemical equation.

Reactions in Aqueous Solution

These are examples of calculations for determining limiting reactant, theoretical yield, number of moles, and mass in grams for reactions in water solutions.

Redox Reaction - Worked Chemistry Problem

This is a worked example redox reaction problem showing how to calculate volume and concentration of reactants and products using a balanced redox equation.

Sample Standard Deviation Example Calculation

This is a simple example of how to calculate sample standard deviation.

Significant Figures Problem

This is a worked example problem illustrating how to determine significant figures.

Simplest Formula from Percent Composition

These are examples of calculations for determining the simplest formula of a compound from its percent composition, with links to other worked chemistry problems and homework help.

Specific Heat Example Problem

This worked example problem demonstrates how to calculate the specific heat of a substance when given the amount of energy used to change the substance's temperature.

Temperature Conversions

These are examples of temperature conversion problems, with links to other worked chemistry problems and homework help.

Temperature Unit Conversion Problem

This is a worked conversion problem showing how to convert from Kelvin to degrees Celsius and Fahrenheit.

Theoretical Yield Example Problem

This example problem demonstrates how to predict the amount of product produced from a given amount of reactants.

Uncertainty Sample Calculation

This is a worked example problem that shows how to determine uncertainty in measurements. Uncertainty is related to precision and significant figures.

Unit Conversion Example Problem

This worked example problem demonstrates how to convert pounds to kilograms.

Unit Conversion Example Problem

This worked example problem demonstrates how to convert ounces to grams.

Unit Conversion Worksheets

Use these printable worksheets to practice unit conversions. These pdf questions and answers will test your understanding of metric-metric, metric-English, and temperature conversions.

Unit Conversions

These are examples of unit conversion problems, with links to other worked chemistry problems and homework help.

Volume Percent Concentration

Learn what volume percent or volume-volume percent concentration means and how to calculate volume percent when preparing a solution.

What Is Oxidized And What Is Reduced in Oxidation and Reduction Reactions?

In oxidation-reduction or redox reactions, it is important to be able to identify which atoms are being oxidized and which atoms are being reduced. To identify if an atom is either oxidized or reduced, you only have to follow the electrons in the reaction.

Working with Density

This example problem shows how to calculate the mass of an object from a known density and volume.

Theoretical Yield Worked Problem

This example problem demonstrates how to calculate the amount of reactant needed to produce a product.

Solubility Product From Solubility Example Problem

This example problem demonstrates how to determine the solubility product of an ionic solid in water from a substance's solubility.

Solubility From Solubility Product Example Problem

This example problem demonstrates how to determine the solubility of an ionic solid in water from a substance's solubility product.

Beta Decay Nuclear Reaction Example Problem

This example problem demonstrates how to write a nuclear reaction process involving beta decay.

Beta-+ Decay Nuclear Reaction Example Problem

This example problem demonstrates how to write a nuclear reaction process involving beta-+ decay.

Electron Capture Nuclear Reaction Example

This example problem demonstrates how to write a nuclear reaction process involving electron capture.

Relative Solubility Example Problem

This example problem demonstrates how to determine the relative solubility of ionic compounds in water.

Alpha Decay Nuclear Reaction Example

This example problem demonstrates how to write a nuclear reaction process involving alpha decay.

Percent Error Calculation

Percent error or percentage error expresses as a percentage the difference between an approximate or measured value and an exact or known value. Here is how to calculate percent error, with example calculations.

Absolute Error and Relative Error Calculation

This is an example of how to calculate absolute and relative error.

How to Calculate Density

To calculate density of an object, you need to know the mass and volume of the object. These two example problems show how to calculate the density of a solid and liquid.