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This is a series of lectures in videos covering Chemistry topics taught in High Schools.

**Steps to Solving Stoichiometric Problems**

This video is an introduction to Stoichiometry. We look at the steps involved to solving Stoichiometric problems in Chemistry class.

Reactants and products are related by a fixed ratio.

If you know the number of moles of 1 substance, the balanced equation tells us the number of moles of all the other substances.

Stoichiometry is the study of the relative quantities of reactants and products of chemical reactions.
**Stoichiometry Sample Problems Part 1**

This video is continues to look at Stoichiometry. We look at the steps involved to solving Stoichiometric problems in Chemistry class as well as solving a Sample Problem.

Example:

How many moles of ammonia are produced by 2.8 mol of hydrogen?

**Stoichiometry Sample Problems Part 2**

The following video looks at another sample problem related to Stoichiometry
**Stoichiometry Sample Problems Part 3**

The following video looks at another sample problem related to stoichiometry.**Stoichiometry Sample Problems Part 4**

The following video looks at another sample problem related to stoichiometry.**Stoichiometry Sample Problems Part 5**

The following video looks at another sample problem related to stoichiometry.

More Lessons for High School Chemistry

Math Worksheets

This is a series of lectures in videos covering Chemistry topics taught in High Schools.

This video is an introduction to Stoichiometry. We look at the steps involved to solving Stoichiometric problems in Chemistry class.

Reactants and products are related by a fixed ratio.

If you know the number of moles of 1 substance, the balanced equation tells us the number of moles of all the other substances.

Stoichiometry is the study of the relative quantities of reactants and products of chemical reactions.

This video is continues to look at Stoichiometry. We look at the steps involved to solving Stoichiometric problems in Chemistry class as well as solving a Sample Problem.

Example:

How many moles of ammonia are produced by 2.8 mol of hydrogen?

The following video looks at another sample problem related to Stoichiometry

The following video looks at another sample problem related to stoichiometry.

The following video looks at another sample problem related to stoichiometry.

The following video looks at another sample problem related to stoichiometry.

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