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4434Bottomless Worksheet of Molarity
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Get endless practice calculating molarity in a solution with this Bottomless Worksheet. At the click of a button, it creates ten more problems for you to solve (including finding moles/liter, moles, and liters of solution as separate problems). A printed copy and answer sheet is also available.Balancing Chemical Equations
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Use this tutorial to learn what a balanced chemical equation is, and how you go about balancing a chemical equation.Current in a Parallel Circuit
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Current is a function of voltage and resistance. This Formula Solver! Series program shows the step-by-step solution for finding current in parallel circuits using your own voltage and resistance values.Current in a Simple Circuit
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Current is defined as the flow of electricity through a circuit over time. This Formula Solver! Series program shows the step-by-step solution for finding current, charge, or time from the other two values (which you can enter yourself).Electron Orbitals
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Electron configuration in an atom is organized into orbitals and differently shaped subshells. Learn about the s subshell, p subshell, d subshell, and f subshell (and more) in this interactive tour.Molarity
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Molarity is the concentration of a solute in a solution, and learning how to calculate it is a key chemistry concept. This Formula Solver! Series program will walk you through the steps.Mole Conversions
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A mole represents 6.022x10^23 atoms. An element's atomic mass is the mass of a single atom of that element. This Formula Solver! Series program will walk you through the steps for using atomic mass, moles, and molar mass to convert between moles and grams.Ohm's Law
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Ohm's Law describes the fundamental relationship between voltage, resistance, and current. This Formula Solver! Series program shows the step-by-step solution for using any two values (which you can enter yourself) to find the third.Power in a Parallel Circuit
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In parallel circuits, power is a function of current and voltage. This Formula Solver! Series program shows the step-by-step solution for using voltage and resistance to find current and power (all with your own values).Power in a Simple Circuit
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In the world of electricity, power is the product of current and voltage. This Formula Solver! Series program shows the step-by-step solution for finding power, current, or voltage from the other two values (which you can enter yourself).