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15 grams, Stoichiometry- *Mass relationships between substances in a chemical reaction*Based on the mole ratioMole Ratio-*Indicated by coefficients in a balanced equationStoichiometry Steps-1. Write …More
I know that the second boil down must have less methanol than the original solution. If this were a simple ratio problem, then after the first boil down there would 12.5 ml of methanol in the boiling…More
Aufbau's Principle states that the orbitals are filled in the increasing order of theirenergies (in the ground state). Following the (n + l) rule of Aufbau's principle, the orbitalsin the increasing …More
A mole is a unit of mass that is commonly used in chemistry calculations. A mole is 6.022 x 10^23 atoms, molecules, or other collections of particles. The mass of one mole of a material is the gram f…More