Hon Chemistry 5-8-19 Stoichiometry Review

HON CHEMISTRY: Best way to learn how to do stoichiometry problems, limiting reactant, and percent yield problems is to practice them correctly! Here’s your assignment for today. Practice problems from all of these sections on sciencegeek.net. IMPORTANT: You can skip the problems that involve volume – or if you want to know, for gases at STP, 1 mol = 22.4 L.

If you get them right – Yay!! If you don’t, look underneath the Show Answer tab – there will be an explanation for how the problem was supposed to be worked.

You don’t have to get a certain number right – I’m holding you accountable to be responsible enough to know how much you should practice. Guess how I will know if you practiced enough??

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6 thoughts on “Hon Chemistry 5-8-19 Stoichiometry Review

  1. Ms. Skinner the real question for this web post is what did I not learn. I would go into possibly interesting facts about the Mponeng mine or talk about how I was able to (hopefully) survive, but I’m not. I really wanted to talk about how this project has helped me come closer to God. In doing the project I was thinking, “there’s no way I can get this done, I don’t have enough time, I can’t, I can’t, I can’t”. After many nights worrying about the project and hoping I was following the right path and such, a sudden calmness came over me, and I felt free. I wasn’t worried about the project or finishing the paragraph I was on or even getting the project done. I felt like I was in a place where time was still and all was quiet. I have no other explanation for this other than that it was Jesus placing His hand on my shoulder and telling me that I was going to be alright. I finished my project a few days later, and for those few days, I wasn’t worried about completing it in time, because He had told me that it will be finished in time. It showed me to trust in Him more and to believe in my own abilities. You can do a lot more than anything you can ever imagine with God’s hand leading you. Ms. Skinner when I first heard of the project, I immediately assumed that only a mean evil person could ever assign such a beast of a project, but now, Ms. Skinner, I realize that the project was not to make our lives difficult, but to challenge us so that we could grow, and for that Ms. Skinner, I thank you.

  2. The Lost project was insane. It was tough and honestly I had no idea how to even start. However, I learned more about myself and my work ethic than about the Mponeng and how to survive (sorry!). I learned how to spend my time wisely and how to not give up. The Lord taught me the most about patience, however. I am the type of person that likes to get something done and check it off the list. However, this project was not like that at all. It felt as if I could never finish it and it was somewhat discouraging. However, I kept going and I think the reward was worth it. I also learned how to deal with things during stressful situations. All in all, I guess it was a pretty beneficial project.

  3. The chemistry project taught me about time management and trusting God. I started out the project being stressed and thinking there was no way I would get done. I didn’t even know where to begin. After praying to God about it, I decided to talk to my dad. He helped me a lot and prayed with me a lot over this project. I have no clue what my grade is or how well you think I did, but I do know that it taught me a lot about myself and who I am as a person. Although, I have struggled this entire school year in this class, I do think it has better prepared me for my even harder classes in the future. Sometimes I know that I don’t seem happy to be in class, but honors chemistry truly has made me a better student and for that…thank you.

  4. Throughout the project I learned many things. I learned new survival skills, but I also learned new things about my self. Procrastination has always been a struggle for me, and I feel like I didn’t procrastinate as much as I usually do on this project. I learned how to make a schedule of when to get things done at a certain time. Life happens, and sometimes I did not meet one of the goals of that day of either writing or researching, but that’s just another life lesson. Sometimes things come up in our lives that we can’t control, and we have to learn to work around it. Another thing that helped me grow in this project was remembering to trust in the Lord. Sometimes going through my day, I can get so caught up in the craziness life can throw at me, it slips my mind how only God can get me through this craziness. At 3 am April 30, I could barely see a light at the end of the tunnel. My mom woke up to check on me and I told her I could not do it anymore. She gave me the biggest hug and told me to just trust that God can help through it and to pray for Him to help me. I did get through it, and it shows how God is with us not only for the major events in our life, but even in the late nights when doing a chemistry project.

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