Saving the Day- Guided Inquiry Lab pt 1

Unit 7: Conservation of Mass in Reactions
Lesson 6 of 9

Objective: SWBAT plan a laboratory investigation to produce a specific amount of product based on mass-mass stoichiometric calculations.

Big Idea: Problem solving requires students to identify the task at hand and conditions for a suitable solution before engaging in solving the problem.

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