Reactions and Stoichiometry
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Describe, classify, and give examples of various kinds of reactions: synthesis (i.e., combination), decomposition, single displacement, double displacement, acid/base, and combustion.
Predict products of simple reactions as listed in C.4.1.
Balance chemical equations and use the law of conservation of mass to explain why this must be true.
Apply the mole concept to determine the mass, moles, number of particles, or volume of a gas at STP, in any given sample, for an element or compound.
Use a balanced chemical equation to calculate the quantities of reactants needed and products made in a chemical reaction that goes to completion.