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Workshop 5 – Solving Problems Involving Aqueous Solution Stoichiometry

Workshop 5 – Solving Problems Involving Aqueous Solution Stoichiometry

10/31/2022 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM

Throughout the semester Biology and Chemistry faculty will be holding six workshops. Three sessions will be offered in-person and three sessions will be offered remote on Zoom. Students registered in “courses for this workshop” are welcome to attend these sessions.

In order to attend these sessions, students will need to schedule an appointment on the TutorTrac scheduling system at https://tutortrac. ccm.edu; please use your CCM student credentials to sign in. Upon signing in, select “Search Availability” under Student Options on the left-hand side of the screen. Next, select “Science Center” and then select the course and date range. Please note the title of the session may not appear when scheduling an appointment, please make sure you select the appropriate date and time for the session you would like to attend. Appointments can be made up to 6 days in advance. Please make your appointment no later than 24 hours before the day of session. In-person sessions will take place during the day/time specified below on campus. Students that scheduled an appoint­ment for a remote Zoom workshop will receive an email on the day of the session with information on how to join the Zoom session.

In-person sessions will not be recorded. Remote Zoom sessions will be recorded for those unable to attend. Recordings will be posted within 48 hours to the Tutoring Center Blackboard Shell under the Science Resources on the left-hand panel.

Workshop 5 – Solving Problems Involving Aqueous Solution Stoichiometry

Presented by: Dr. Loryn Stoler

Date and Time: Monday, October 31, 3:30 – 4:30 p.m.

Description: Need help learning how to solve problems involving a limiting reactant, dissociation equations, calculating the amount of precipitate present at the end of a reaction, and the concentration of ions present at the end of a reaction? Join a chemistry professor who will be able to help you improve your skills in solving this type of problem.

Courses for this Workshop: CHM 125

Format: face-to-face Room: CH 210

Biology and Chemistry Workshops