Chemistry Worksheet Stoichiometry/Mass/Mole Relationships NAME: _____________________________ Block: _________ Balance each reaction, then determine the answer to the question. Show your work, and observe all significant figures. 1. ___ K + ___ Cl2 → ___ KCl How many grams K are needed to react with 15 grams of Cl2? Ans. 2. ___ N2 + ___ H2 → ___ NH3 How many moles of NH3 can be made from 11.25 moles of H2? Ans. 3. ___ Fe + ___ O2 → ___ Fe2O3? How many Fe atoms are needed to react with 4.0 x 1023 molecules of O2? Ans. 4. ___ Ca + ___ P → ___ Ca3P2 How many grams of Ca are needed to make 2.00 moles of Ca3P2? Ans. 5. ___ Zn + ___ O2 → ___ ZnO How many moles of zinc are needed to make 500. g of zinc oxide? Ans. Copyright © 2007, Alan D. Crosby, Newton South High School, Newton, MA 02459 Page 1 of 2 Chemistry Worksheet Stoichiometry/Mass/Mole Relationships NAME: _____________________________ Block: _________ 6. ___ H2 + ___ O2 → ___ H2O How many molecules of O2 are needed to make 3.50 moles of H2O? Ans. 7. ___ Fe + ___ O2 → ___ Fe2O3 23 How many moles of O2 are needed to react with 3.01 x 10 iron atoms? Ans. 8. ___ H2 + ___ O2 → ___ H2O 5.50 grams of hydrogen react with excess oxygen. What is the maximum number of water molecules that can be formed? Ans. 9. ___ N2 + ___ O2 → ___ N2O4 23 8.03 x 10 molecules of oxygen react with excess nitrogen. What is the maximum number of grams of dinitrogen tetroxide that can be produced? Ans. 10. ___ C6H12 + ___ O2 → ___ CO2 + ___ H2O 42 grams of cyclohexane burns in excess air to from carbon dioxide and water. How many grams of carbon dioxide and of water vapor are produced? Ans. Ans: ___________________ Copyright © 2007, Alan D. Crosby, Newton South High School, Newton, MA 02459 Page 2 of 2