Submitted by Kerber / Bucknell University on Wed, 05/15/2019 - 09:35
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Part 6 of the Flipped Learning in General Chemistry Series. This video reviews the concept of the mole and shows how to use atomic masses of individual elements to calculate formula masses of covalent and ionic compounds. The video also introduces the concept of stoichiometry conversions.

Learning Goals

After watching this video and completing the assigned problems, students should recognize the molar proportions of elements in a compound and be able to interconvert between grams and moles for a given compound.

Time Required
10-15 minutes
Evaluation Methods

A short problem set is assigned with the video

Evaluation Results

Most students are able to learn the content in this video independently

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Attribution, Non-Commercial CC BY-NC