Periodic Table Molar Mass

    periodic table

  • (chemistry) a tabular arrangement of the chemical elements according to atomic number as based on the periodic law
  • Helium is placed next to hydrogen instead of on top of neon because it is part of the s2 group. In addition to the blocks listed in this table, there is a hypothetical g-block which is not pictured here. g-block elements can be seen in the expanded extended periodic table.
  • The names for chemical elements in East Asian languages, along with those for some chemical compounds (mostly organic), are among the newest words to enter the local vocabularies.
  • A table of the chemical elements arranged in order of atomic number, usually in rows, so that elements with similar atomic structure (and hence similar chemical properties) appear in vertical columns

    molar mass

  • Molar mass, symbol M, is a physical property characteristic of a given substance (chemical element or chemical compound), namely its mass per amount of substance. The base SI unit for mass is the kilogram and that for amount of substance is the mole.
  • M, is the mass divided by the amount of the substance. Molar mass is usually expressed in g/mol or kg/mol units. The g/mol unit is recommended in polymer science.
  • the number of grams of a substance in 1 mole. Determined by referring to the periodic table of the elements and adding the atomic weights of the constituent atoms in a molecule of that substance.

periodic table molar mass

periodic table molar mass – Neo/SCI Molar

Neo/SCI Molar Mass by Freezing Point Depression Neo/LAB AP Chemistry Software, Network License
Neo/SCI Molar Mass by Freezing Point Depression Neo/LAB AP Chemistry Software, Network License
The Neo/SCI Molar Mass by Freezing Point Depression Neo/LAB AP Chemistry is computer-based interactive exercises on measurement of the masses of solvents and solutes, determination of the freezing point of a solution and the freezing-point depression constant of a solvent and a solution, and calculation of the molecular mass of an unknown substance for advanced placement (AP) chemistry students in grades 11-12, and includes a narrated tutorial, assessments of student comprehension, and customized teacher resources. This software provides a realistic, simulated laboratory environment. Activities include equipment manipulation, variable changes, and results viewing. Results are recorded and data is analyzed in an electronic notebook. The comprehensive tutorial offers self-paced and individualized lessons, with illustrations, animations, and microscopic imagery. The tutorial covers the following topics: freezing point, freezing-point depression, phase diagrams, colligative properties, and molality. Terms within the text link to an included glossary. Assessments evaluate student comprehension in preparation for the AP chemistry examination. Assessments can be taken in practice or test mode. Practice mode provides instant feedback, while test mode grades and tracks student progress.
Teacher resources include customized test and worksheet creation, as well as customized multimedia tutorials and presentations. A library of images and graphics is included for use in creating tutorials and presentations. The resources can be saved in XML or HTML file formats for Internet access. Teacher resources also include printable handouts, as well as web link access from within the software. Web links connect the user to a collection of resources available for teachers on the Neo/SCI website. Neo/SCI Molar Mass by Freezing Point Depression Neo/LAB AP Chemistry software is compatible with Microsoft Windows 2000, Windows XP, or Windows Vista, and Mac OS 9.2 or OS X, and is available as an individual or network license. An individual license is valid for a single installation; a network license is valid for an unlimited number of installations in a single building. The software comes in a 7.5 x 5.25 inch (H x W) plastic clamshell case. (H is height, the vertical distance from lowest to highest point; W is width, the horizontal distance from left to right.)
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Molar Mass by Freezing Point Depression AP Chemistry CD-ROM
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Periodic Table Mug!

Periodic Table Mug!
My periodic table mug, steeping green tea at the time of picture-taking.

Periodic table

Periodic table
Jumbo periodic table that was in my old Chem class

periodic table molar mass

periodic table molar mass

Carolina™ AP Chemistry: Molar Mass by Vapor Density CD-ROM
Students determine the molar mass of a volatile liquid using the Ideal Gas Law, manipulate lab equipment to vaporize and condense a volatile liquid, and use an analytical balance to find the mass of a liquid, all in the safety of a realistic virtual lab environment. The tutorials cover laboratory skills and key concepts such as phases of matter, ideal gases, pressure, Boyle’s law, Charles’ law, and molar mass. Includes virtual labs, lab simulations, tutorials, assessments, and teacher resources. Macintosh®/Windows® compatible.

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