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Chemistry

QuestionAnswer
avagadros number 6.02x10^23
the mole si base unit used to measure the amount of a substance
molar mass mass in grams of one mole of any substance
mole ratio ratio between the number of moles
stoichiometry study of quantative relatinships between the amount of reactants
excess reactant reactant that remains after a chemical reaction stops
limiting reactant reactant that is totally consumed during a chemical reaction
actual yield amount of product produced when a chemical reaction is carried out
percent yeield ratio of actual yield to theoretical yield
theoretical yield maximum amount of product that can be produced
Created by: joanna.hayton