More Lessons for Chemistry
This is a series of lectures in videos covering Chemistry topics taught in High Schools.
How to Solve Gas Law Stoichiometry with Sample Problem?
Ancient alchemists likes to use strong sulfuric acid to produce dramatically dangerous effects. One interesting reaction occurs when sulfuric acid reacts with iron metal to produce gas and an iron(II) compound. What volume of gas is produced when excess sulfuric acid reacts with 40.0 g of iron at 18.0°C and 100.3kPa?
Gas Law Stoichiometry Lecture
Gas Law Stoichiometry Sample Problem 3
Gas Law Stoichiometry Sample Problem 4
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