In this lecture you will learn about Empirical Formulas and Molecular Formulas. First our instructor will cover Percentage by Mass with Elements in Compounds and several examples. Next is the overview of the Empirical Formula followed by Calculating Empirical Formula examples. Then, you will learn about the relation between Molar Mass and Molecular Formulas with examples in Mass Spectrometry, Gas Laws, and Colligative Properties.
how to calculate mass % of each element from molecular formula
distinction between empirical and molecular formulas
calculation of empirical formulas from mass % of each element
for determining molar mass include mass spectra; gas laws; and
colligative properties of solutions
how to go from empirical to molecular formulas; molecular =
empirical x n where n is integer
Empirical and Molecular Formulas
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