# Stoichiometry Worksheet 2 Gram To Mole Calculations

**Stoichiometric gram to gram calculations worksheet 1.**

**Stoichiometry worksheet 2 gram to mole calculations**.
Solving a series of stoichiometry equations.
Chm 130 stoichiometry worksheet the following flow chart may help you work stoichiometry problems.
Every number in your work should be followed by a unit and a formula.

0.436 moles of ammonium chloride. 2 so 4)?2)using the following equation: You must solve each of the following problems using dimensional analysis.

4 how many grams of sodium sulfate will be formed if you start with 200 grams of sodium hydroxide and you have an excess of sulfuric acid (h. 2) if had 64.00 grams of o2, how many grams of al would be needed to react with that oxygen? 1) grams of given moles of given (use the mm of given as your conversion factor.) 2) moles of given moles of unknown (use mole ratios from balanced equation.)

Remember, limiting reactant is consumed completely in a chemical reaction. One mole of cacl 2, one mole of co 2, and one mole of h 2 o: The combustion of a sample of butane, c 4 h 10 (lighter fluid), produced 2.46 grams of water.

2 so 4 2 h 2 o + na 2 so. So 3.5 moles should be about three times more—a bit over 60 grams. Convert the following number of moles of chemical into its corresponding mass in grams.

(b) from the balanced equation the reaction ratio is. 6) using the following equation: Remember to pay careful attention to what you are given, and what you are trying to find.