Chemistry Videos

Stoichiometry

  1. Grams of Reactant to Grams of Product
  2. Moles of Reactant to Moles of Product
  3. Moles of Reactant to Grams of Product
  4. Grams of Reactant to Moles of Product
  5. Grams of Reactant to Liters of a Gas

Five Types of Chemical Reactions

  1. Quick Review 5 Types of Chemical Reactions
  2. Synthesis Reactions
  3. Decomposition Reactions
  4. Single Replacement Reactions
  5. Double Replacement Reactions
  6. Combustion Reactions

Molar Conversions

  1. Calculating the Molar Mass of Elements and Compounds
  2. Moles to Number of Particles and Number of Particles to Moles
  3. Moles to Grams  and Grams to Moles
  4. Grams to Number of Particles
  5. Number of Particles to Grams
  6. Number of Particles to Volume of a Gas
  7. Volume of a Gas to Number of Particles
  8. Grams of Gas to Volume of a Gas
  9. Volume of a Gas to Grams of a Gas

Naming Ionic and Covalent Compounds

  1.  Ionic Compounds: Cross Over Rule
  2. Ionic Compounds: Writing Chemical Names
  3. Ionic Compounds: Writing Chemical Formulas
  4. Covalent Compounds: Writing Chemical Names and Formulas
  5. Ionic and Covalent Compounds: Writing Names and Formulas
  6. Ionic Compounds: Lewis Dot Structures

Empirical and Molecular Formulas

  1. Converting From the Empirical Formula to the Molecular Formula
  2. Converting From the Molecular Formula to the Empirical Formula
  3. Empirical vs Molecular Formula for Chemical Compounds
  4. Empirical and Molecular Formula from Percent Composition, No. 1
  5. Empirical and Molecular Formula from Percent Composition, No. 2
  6. Empirical and Molecular Formulas from Mass Composition, No. 1
  7. Empirical and Molecular Formulas from Mass Composition, No. 2
  8. Determining the Empirical Formula of a Hydrate

Other

  1. Balancing Chemical Equations
  2. Percent Composition from Mass Data
  3. Percent Composition from a Chemical Formula
  4. Calorimetry for Exothermic and Endothermic Reactions
  5. Exothermic vs. Endothermic Reactions
  6. Molar Volume of a Gas
  7. Molar Volume of a Gas Calculated Two Different Ways
  8. Determining The Specific Heat of a Metal by Calorimetry
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9 thoughts on “Chemistry Videos

  1. Good day sir!is it okay if I may request a video tutorial on how to write the electron configuration of an element?thanks for being such a blessing.. 🙂

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  2. May I request a video for determining the geometry of an atom in each molecule and sketching the molecule?
    Thank you so much for your time and consideration!

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      1. please help me solve this question
        20g of Mg burns in air to produce 27g of MgO . how much mass of MgO will be produced when 12g of mg is burnt?
        if i do it by cross multiplication ie. by
        Mg MgO
        20 27
        12 X so i get 16.2g
        and
        if i solve it by mole ratio
        Mg MgO
        12g x
        0.5 0.5mols
        i get 20g

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  3. please help me solve this question
    20g of Mg burns in air to produce 27g of MgO . how much mass of MgO will be produced when 12g of mg is burnt?
    if i do it by cross multiplication ie. by
    Mg MgO
    20 27
    12 X so i get 16.2g
    and
    if i solve it by mole ratio
    Mg MgO
    12g x
    0.5 0.5mols
    i get 20g

    Like

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