### Relative formula mass (FT only)

This lesson will recap briefly on relative atomic mass and students will calculate relative formula mass and percentage composition of an element in a compound.

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## Lessons:

### Relative formula mass (FT only)

### Relative formula mass (HT only)

### Moles and Avogadro's constant (HT only)

### Balancing equations using moles (HT only)

### Reacting masses (HT only)

### Concentration

### Limiting reactants

### Review (HT only)

National Curriculum

For next step we recommend the unit: Atomic structure and periodic table (HT).

8 lessons

This lesson will recap briefly on relative atomic mass and students will calculate relative formula mass and percentage composition of an element in a compound.

This lesson will recap briefly on relative atomic mass and students will calculate relative formula mass and percentage composition of an element in a compound. Students will also be able to work backwards and work out the mass and name of a metal in a compound using the relative formula mass.

This lesson, students will use the equation mass = relative formula mass x moles to find any one value when given the other two. Students will use Avogadro's constant to calculate the number of atoms/molecules in a given mass and also calculate the mass of a given number of atoms.

This lesson, students will write chemical formulae using knowledge of ion charges and balance equations using the same number of atoms rule. Students will also balance equations using moles.

This lesson, students will use a balanced equation to work out the quantity of reacting elements needed to produce a specified product and predict the mass of a product from a specified starting mass.

This lesson, students will define the word concentration and calculate concentration from mass and volume. Students will also be able to work out the mass of a substance in a given volume of a solution of known concentration.

This lesson, students will define a limiting reactant and calculate the limiting reactant from a balanced equation.

This lesson will review the higher content of the quantitative chemistry unit.

Units in Combined Science

- Cell biology (HT)
- Atomic structure and periodic table (HT)
- Particle Model of Matter (HT)
- Organisation (HT)
- Bonding, structure and the properties of Matter (HT)
- Energy (HT)
- Infection and response (HT)
- Quantitative Chemistry (HT)
- Electricity (HT)
- Bioenergetics (HT)
- Chemical changes (HT)
- Atomic Structure (HT)
- Ecology (HT)
- Energy changes (HT)
- Magnetism (HT)
- Cell biology (FT)
- Atomic structure and periodic table (FT)
- Particle Model of Matter (FT)
- Organisation (FT)
- Bonding, structure and the properties of Matter (FT)
- Energy (FT)
- Infection and response (FT)
- Quantitative Chemistry (FT)
- Electricity (FT)
- Bioenergetics (FT)
- Chemical changes (FT)
- Atomic Structure (FT)
- Ecology (FT)
- Energy changes (FT)
- Magnetism (FT)
- Homeostasis and response (FT)
- The rate and extent of chemical change (FT)
- Forces (FT)
- Inheritance, variation and evolution (FT)
- Organic Chemistry (FT)
- Waves (FT)
- Chemical analysis (FT)
- Chemistry of the atmosphere (FT)
- Using Resources (FT)
- Homeostasis and response (HT)
- The rate and extent of chemical change (HT)
- Forces (HT)
- Inheritance, variation and evolution (HT)
- Organic Chemistry (HT)
- Waves (HT)
- Chemical analysis (HT)
- Chemistry of the atmosphere (HT)
- Using Resources (HT)