Stoichiometric Combinations

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<p>Stoichiometric Combinations and StabilityBy Kunal and Sarthak</p> <p>StoichiometrySTOY-KEE-AHM-EH-TREE The quantitative relationship among reactants and products</p> <p>Limiting Reagent</p> <p>In Chemistry</p> <p>Stoichiometric Combinations Compounds</p> <p>containing elements combined in distinct ratios are often formed in daily life reactions</p> <p>H2O2 and H2O Both</p> <p>compounds occur in nature However, water is relatively stable How</p> <p>does hydrogen peroxide form?</p> <p>Think about marriages All</p> <p>of them are not equally stable Why?</p> <p> Hydrogen</p> <p>peroxide (H2O2) is formed when lightning strikes. will decompose on exposure to light, dust, or metal.</p> <p> It</p> <p>Uses of Hydrogen PeroxideHome Hair</p> <p>Industry Bleaching</p> <p>bleach</p> <p>agent for textiles, paper pulp, leather, oils, fats, etc. control: treatment of domestic and industrial effluents</p> <p> Pollution</p> <p>Combustion Revisited</p> <p>Flames</p> <p>Incomplete combustion Incomplete</p> <p>combustion occurs when the supply of air or oxygen is poor. Water is still produced, but carbon monoxide and carbon are produced along with carbon dioxide.hydrocarbon + oxygen carbon monoxide + carbon + water</p> <p> The</p> <p>carbon is released as soot. Carbon monoxide is a poisonous gas. Gas</p> <p>fires and boilers must be serviced regularly to ensure they do not produce carbon monoxide.</p>