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Unit 2: Stoichiometry

Cars driving through thick smog

How Vehicles Pollute the Air

Learn how vehicles affect air quality, including their contribution to smog.

fuel cell car header

Hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicles

Learn about vehicles that use hydrogen for fuel.

Shari Forbes à l'extérieur du centre de décomposition humaine

Shari Forbes (she/her/elle)

Forensic Scientist

I conduct research to understand how the human body decomposes in our unique Canadian environment.
Hot air balloons at dawn

Lighter Than Air Vehicles

Learn about history and workings of lighter than air vehicles.

Test tubes with colourful liquids

Evidence of Chemical Change

Learn how to tell if a chemical reaction has taken place.

Hand writing chemical equations

Chemical Equations

Learn about how to write and balance chemical equations.

Heating a liquid over a flame in a lab

Types of Chemical Reactions

Learn about the four main types of chemical reactions.

Electroplating equipment

Chemical Reactions: Conditions & Speeds

Learn about the special conditions that let some chemical reactions take place.

Luke Ingersoll en tenue de plongée

Luke Ingersoll

Occupational Diver

Luke Ingersoll is a diver, the owner of TayAus Diving Ltd., working in the aquaculture industry.
A mole and the number of atoms or molecules in a mole

Moles and Molarity: Counting and Chemistry from Donuts to Soap

To count tiny things like atoms and molecules, scientists use a measurement called the mole.

Scuba divers

Boyle's Law

Learn about the theory of Boyle’s Law and explore examples of Boyle’s Law in everyday life.

Hot air balloons

Charles' Law and Gay-Lussac's Law

Learn about the theories of Charles’ Law and Gay-Lussac’s Law and explore examples of these laws in everyday life.

Pressure gauge

Kinetic Molecular Theory of Gases

Learn about the Kinetic Molecular Theory of Gases as well as about the units and tools used to measure gases.

Woman blowing up a balloon

Avogadro and the Ideal Gas Law

Learn about the theory of Avogadro’s Law and the Ideal Gas Law and explore examples in everyday life.

Farah Halsaad | Chimiste industrielle

Farah Halsaad

Industrial Chemist

Farah Halsaad is an Industrial Chemist, located in Ontario.