Sure, you can teach your high school chemistry students to cross charges. But what if that isn’t working? What if you need a different way to explain how the charges must balance out to zero within the chemical compound?
Chemistry Magic Triangles Background Theory: In Chemistry, the measure the amount of a substance in a unit is called a ‘mole’. It is a convenient way of counting atoms and allows chemists to make predictions about the masses of different substances that are involved in reactions. Regardless of the element in question, one mole of […]
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