A superb power-point from Mr Taylor (we thank you):
Balancing chemical equations (from the Khan Academy):
You can practise balancing chemical reactions here – and it’s fun (honestly). Or you could play . Chemical Compound Hangman
GCSE s-cool –
(includes ‘the Mole’ but not molar calculations) – Writing Formulae & Balancing Equations revision notes & animations, practise exam questions & a revision summary. Worksheets from Mr Guch that cover ; and Naming Compounds are some more. And here’s some more on here . Also Balancing Equations just click on Chemactive worksheets & answers Reactions questions.
For Doc Brown’s Chemistry
quizzes, word-fills, crosswords and study notes go and just scroll down. here
– Todd Ramsey – a 4m 30s TED-Ed lesson. The law of conservation of mass
Complete Chemistry for Cambridge IGCSE, chapter 5, pp.66 – 71
What is the RAM? – The Virtual School (3m 53s):
IGCSE Chemistry: Atoms, Elements & Compounds , a 19m lesson from ChemistryKlipz that covers the structure of atoms, relative atomic masses and isotopes, formulae of elements and compounds, and relative formula masses.
IGCSE Chemistry: Calculations involving Moles , a 16m lesson from ChemistryKlipz.
What is a mole? – The Virtual School (3m 49s):
Molar Volumes of Gases – The Virtual School (3m 23s):
Practice here – some mole calculation worksheets and from Mister Guch Stoichiometry and some chemical calculations from Doc Brown.
from GCSE Bitesize – just revise the bits you need though (use the syllabus statements to decide). A Quantitative chemistry – for teams or individuals. Quantitative Chemistry quiz
A Mole Music Video by Peter Weatherall (1m 48s).
‘Calculations involving the use of limiting reactants may be set’:
Complete Chemistry for Cambridge IGCSE, chapter 6, pp.76 – 83
What would happen if you had a mole of moles? . The fantastic What if? site answers this question. The answer is rather unpleasant.
Infographic from : Compound Interest