# # Stoichiometry

## # Nature of Matter

Atoms nucleus-electrons shapes notations

### # Skill: Interpret atom/atomic ion notation

Isotopes (not mixture)

## # Chemical formula

### # Molecular formula

### # Structural formula

#### # Simplified / condensed structural formula

### # Empirical formula

link to combustion analysis

## # Substance classification

Pure vs mixtures

Ionic cmpd vs molecules

Homogenous vs heterogenous mixtures

States of matter, transitions

Qualitative description of solids, liquids, solutions, gases. Link to notation.

## # Chemistry is the study of large numbers

Moles

## # Skill: converting moles to numbers

Molar mass, mass

Def of atomic masses - isotope / natural abundance

## # Skill: using mass to count

## # Skill: Dimensional analysis

## # Chemical equations

Describes changes in time

adornments

### # Skill: balancing equations c/ fully known rgt & prd

Special reaction types:

Now:

- combustion
- neutralization

### # Skill: balancing eqns c/ combustion + neutralization

### # Skill: Ionic equations

### # Skill: determining atom economy

### # Skill: interpreting atom economy

## # Number of moles for non-solids

### # liquids

### # solutions

#### # Skill: calculating conc from mass, vol

#### # Skill: finding amt to prep soln

Standard solutions

#### # Skill: Conversion btw conc units

#### # Skill: diluting solutions

Link to practical skills

### # Gases

Observations -> Boyles/Charles -> Ideal gas law

#### # Skill: Equation -> Graph

#### # Skill: Molar volume calculations

#### # Skill: Ideal Gas Law calculations

## # Yields

Limiting reagent

Theoretical yield

Percent yield

Interpreting % yield

Comparing % yield <-> atom economy