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Year 10
Edexcel
Higher

# Calculations involving masses

## Lessons (13)

• I can use chemical equations to identify and describe oxidation, decomposition and precipitation reactions.
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• I can describe what happens to the atoms of reactants as they form products in a chemical reaction.
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• I can balance chemical equations, and explain why it is important to ensure symbol equations are balanced.
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• I can describe what a mole is and its link with the Avogadro constant.
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• I can calculate mass of a substance or the number of moles it contains from data.
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• I can determine the empirical formulae of simple compounds using reactant masses or percentage composition.
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• I can explain why there is some uncertainty when measurements are made, how to minimise uncertainty, and calculate uncertainties.
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• I can accurately represent a set number of moles of various substances.
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• I can interpret a balanced symbol equation to predict the mass of either a reactant or a product.
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• I can identify a reactant as being in excess or the limiting reactant and use that information to calculate a theoretical yield.
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• I can describe and carry out an experiment to determine the empirical formula of a simple compound.
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• I can deduce the balanced symbol equation from the masses of reactants and products of a given reaction.
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• I can describe a safe experiment to calculate the stoichiometric values for the decomposition of sodium hydrogencarbonate.
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