When converting from moles to atoms/molecules, use Avogadro's number, which is actually x and when converting from moles to grams, use the molar mass in grams per mole, not the atomic mass in atomic mass units.
A substance& molar mass can be used to convert between the mass of the substance and the number of moles in that substance. Read more about converting between mass and number of moles in the Boundless open textbook.
Practice Problem Worksheet for Chemistry or Physical Science Classes: Give your students extra practice converting between moles, mass, and molecules. This short worksheet consists of 5 problems. Students will practice converting between moles &
Want a more FUN and ENGAGING way to help your students review how to convert between particles, volume, and mass with the mole? Well... here's your answer! Mole conversions color by number! A perfect way to help your students prepare for a quiz, review the content taught in class, or to use as a filler activity (i.e. emergency lesson plan). An engaging assignment for any college prep high school classroom!
Over the years I've found this map along with complimentary worksheets are the BEST way for students to master 1, 2, and 3 step stoichiometry problems. The map will help with a variety of stoichiometry problems such as mass to mass, mole to mole, volume to volume, molecules to molecules, and any combination of units they might see in this unit.
PURPOSE: To compare the experimental mass to the theoretical mass of a product of a chemical reaction. Given the mole relationships in a balanced chemical equation, and the mass of one of the reactants, it is possible to determine the number of moles of every other substance taking part in the reaction.
7-12 FREE mole conversion reference chart! Trying to explain when to use avogadro's number, or molar mass? Students not understanding how to convert from grams to liters? This chart can help!Using a simple to understand format, students can use this tool at glance to determine when you divide or multiple, and what number you multiple or divide by.
Over the years I've found the mole map, complimentary worksheets, and colored pencils are the BEST way for students to master stoichiometry mole conversion problems. The map will help with a variety of conversion problems including moles to mass, moles to liters, atoms to grams, molecules to moles, liters to ions, etc.