Not only does this foldable provide all variations of the formula involving Mass, Volume and Density, but the foldout part already has the definitions filled in for you. A GREAT piece to add into a journal to help students with vocabulary and with the understanding of the mathematics involved in calculating density.

Not only does this foldable provide all variations of the formula involving Mass, Volume and Density, but the foldout part already has the definitions filled in for you. A GREAT piece to add into a journal to help students with vocabulary and with the understanding of the mathematics involved in calculating density.

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Introduction to the mole: counting atoms, moles and their uses, molar mass, molar volume and a nice concept map. #mole  #chemistry

Introduction to the mole: counting atoms, moles and their uses, molar mass, molar volume and a nice concept map. #mole #chemistry

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chenistry: Molar Volume of a Gas at STP (by Bev)

chenistry: Molar Volume of a Gas at STP (by Bev)

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Molar Volume of Hydrogen - Student Laboratory Kit

Molar Volume of Hydrogen - Student Laboratory Kit

Chemistry - High School Molar volume,Pressure,Molecule เคมี ข้อสอบเข้ามหาวิทยาลัย โมล โมเลกุล ปริมาตร ความดัน http://chemistry-thailand.blogspot.com/2014/04/molar-volume.html

Chemistry - High School Molar volume,Pressure,Molecule เคมี ข้อสอบเข้ามหาวิทยาลัย โมล โมเลกุล ปริมาตร ความดัน http://chemistry-thailand.blogspot.com/2014/04/molar-volume.html

Great tool for solving three simple algebraic equations essential to solution chemistry. Just cover up the variable you are solving for, and the arrangement of the other two variables shows if you should multiply or divide them to solve for your unknown. For example, multiple molarity (M) and volume (L) to solve for moles of solute in a solution. Also illustrates the central role of the mole as a counting unit!

Great tool for solving three simple algebraic equations essential to solution chemistry. Just cover up the variable you are solving for, and the arrangement of the other two variables shows if you should multiply or divide them to solve for your unknown. For example, multiple molarity (M) and volume (L) to solve for moles of solute in a solution. Also illustrates the central role of the mole as a counting unit!

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