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Why is stoichiometry useful?

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Why is stoichiometry useful?

Stoichiometry:

Stoichiometry is established from the law of conservation of mass wherein it correlates the reactants and the products quantitatively. Chemical reactions have a reactant side and product side. The total mass of the reactants is equal to the total mass of the products. Additionally, the identity of the elements on either side must not change.

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Stoichiometry is important because it determines the relationship of atoms, molecules, and moles of the reactants and products formed quantitatively...

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Stoichiometry isn't the easiest topic for teachers to teach or for students to master in chemistry. However, it is an easy topic to scaffold with students and make relevant to their lives and experiences.


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