Calculating Molar Volume Using Experimental Data

Calculating molar volume from experimental data often means the additional challenge of complex numbers and slight errors in measurement. The 23rd video in a 30-part series offers two types of experimental data to work from and models how the method is similar in each. To ensure individuals understand the concept, the video includes practice problems that provide answers as well as important reminders.

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CCSS: Adaptable
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Instructional Ideas
  • Create many guided practice problems and individual practice problems to review the concept
Classroom Considerations
  • Assumes a background in solving equations and basic algebra
  • Video fits as an introduction with a great deal of teacher support or as a review before an exam
Pros
  • Includes prompts to pause the video and work problems out before hearing the answer
  • Demonstrates how to get the experimental data and how to use it when solving problems
Cons
  • None
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