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Support for Chemistry Calculations - GCSE / A Level

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Support for Chemistry Calculations - GCSE / A Level

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Support for Chemistry Calculations - GCSE / A Level

Calculating Water of Crystallisation
This is part of the fourth in my series of Chemistry Calculation workshops. All designed as ‘bite-sized’ powerpoint files. These focus on step by step guidance on how to do calculations but include an introduction to any Chemical idea and equations required to do calculations.
The Amount of Substance Workshop is in four parts, the first part deals with the idea of ‘the mole’, focusing on why it is important in Chemistry. The second part looks at ; Balanced Equations, the third Calculating Moles and the fourth applying these skills to calculate reacting masses, limiting reagents, % yield, atom economy, titration results and water of crystallisation.
The fourth workshop itself will be issued in four seperate parts
a) Reacting Masses & Limiting Reagents
b) % yield & Atom economy
c) Calculation for acid-base titrations
d) Water of Crystallisation.
This workshop deals with calculation of titration results
These workshops cover material in both GCSE and A level Chemistry.

Calculating % Yield and Atom Economy
This is the fourth in my series of Chemistry Calculation workshops. All designed as ‘bite-sized’ powerpoint files. These focus on step by step guidance on how to do calculations but include an introduction to any Chemical idea and equations required to do calculations.
The Amount of Substance Workshop is in four parts, the first part deals with the idea of ‘the mole’, focusing on why it is important in Chemistry. The second part looks at ; Balanced Equations, the third Calculating Moles and the fourth applying these skills to calculate reacting masses, limiting reagents, % yield, atom economy, titration results and water of crystallisation.
The fourth workshop itself will be issued in four seperate parts
a) Reacting Masses & Limiting Reagents
b) % yield & Atom economy
c) Calculation for acid-base titrations
d) Water of Crystallisation.
These workshops cover material in both GCSE and A level Chemistry.

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Calculate Reacting Masses & Limiting Reagents
Calculating % Yield & Atom Economy
Calculating Results from Acid-Base Titrations
Calculating Water of Crystallisation

Calculating % Yield and Atom Economy
This is part of the fourth in my series of Chemistry Calculation workshops. All designed as ‘bite-sized’ powerpoint files. These focus on step by step guidance on how to do calculations but include an introduction to any Chemical idea and equations required to do calculations.
The Amount of Substance Workshop is in four parts, the first part deals with the idea of ‘the mole’, focusing on why it is important in Chemistry. The second part looks at ; Balanced Equations, the third Calculating Moles and the fourth applying these skills to calculate reacting masses, limiting reagents, % yield, atom economy, titration results and water of crystallisation.
The fourth workshop itself will be issued in four seperate parts
a) Reacting Masses & Limiting Reagents
b) % yield & Atom economy
c) Calculation for acid-base titrations
d) Water of Crystallisation.
This workshop deals with calculation of titration results
These workshops cover material in both GCSE and A level Chemistry.

Calculating Reacting Masses & Limiting Reagents
This is the fourth in my series of Chemistry Calculation workshops. All designed as ‘bite-sized’ powerpoint files. These focus on step by step guidance on how to do calculations but include an introduction to any Chemical idea and equations required to do calculations.
The Amount of Substance Workshop is in four parts, the first part deals with the idea of ‘the mole’, focusing on why it is important in Chemistry. The second part looks at ; Balanced Equations, the third Calculating Moles and the fourth applying these skills to calculate reacting masses, limiting reagents, % yield, atom economy, titration results and water of crystallisation.
The workshop part 4 will be issues in four seperate parts
a) Reacting Masses & Limiting Reagents
b) % yield & Atom economy
c) Calculation for acid-base titrations
d) Water of Crystallisation.
These workshops cover material in both GCSE and A level Chemistry.

What is the Mole and why is it important in Chemistry?
This is the the first in my series of Chemistry Calculation workshops. All designed as ‘bite-sized’ powerpoint files. These focus on step by step guidance on how to do calculations but include an introduction to any Chemical idea and equations required to do calculations.
The Amount of Substance Workshop is in four parts, this first part deals with the idea of ‘the mole’, focusing on why it is important in Chemistry. The remaining parts include; Balanced Equations, Calculating Moles and applying these skills to calculate reacting masses, limiting reagents, % yield, atom economy, titration results and water of crystallisation.
These workshops cover material in both GCSE and A level Chemistry.

Calculating Moles for Solids, Gases and the Concentration of solutions?
This is the the third in my series of Chemistry Calculation workshops. All designed as ‘bite-sized’ powerpoint files. These focus on step by step guidance on how to do calculations but include an introduction to any Chemical idea and equations required to do calculations.
The Amount of Substance Workshop is in four parts, the first part deals with the idea of ‘the mole’, focusing on why it is important in Chemistry. The second part looks at ; Balanced Equations, the third Calculating Moles and the fourth applying these skills to calculate reacting masses, limiting reagents, % yield, atom economy, titration results and water of crystallisation.
These workshops cover material in both GCSE and A level Chemistry.

What is a Balanced Chemical Equation and why bother Balancing them?
This is the the First in my series of Chemistry Calculation workshops. All designed as ‘bite-sized’ powerpoint files. These focus on step by step guidance on how to do calculations but include an introduction to any Chemical idea and equations required to do calculations.
The Amount of Substance Workshop is in four parts, this second part deals with the idea of ‘Balanced Chemical Equations’, focusing on why it is important in Chemistry.
The previous worshop was about the mole and its importance as a unit of substance.
The remaining parts include; Calculating Moles and applying these skills to calculate reacting masses, limiting reagents, % yield, atom economy, titration results and water of crystallisation.
These workshops cover material in both GCSE and A level Chemistry.