By ; Espie Pitones & John O'Connell
Stoichiometry is used when you are given an amount of something and need to convert it into something else.
An example being having to find the grams of something that is expressed in moles.
In this video you are going to learn how to use stoichometry
The first thing to know is how to use the road map of stoichiometry
This is used just like a map to get from one 'place' to another.
As shown it is seen that if going from moles to mass, you need use the molar mass over 1 mole to get your answer.
To find other measurements, use the map to see how and what you need to know in order to find your answer.