### The following JavaScript problems were developed by George
Wiger, Professor and Chair of Chemistry at California State
University Dominguez Hills. The work, is supported in part by The
Camille and Henry Dreyfus Foundation and by the University. I've
lifted some of the material and placed it on our WEB Site. The
material is available for use and I'm currently working on
modifying it for use on my server. If you have any difficulties
using the files please drop by and talk to me. I've added some
comments which may help doing the problems where I think it is
needed. Please read the instructions Dr. Wiger has provided
before beginning solving the problems.

### Significant Figure Practice (You are only told
whether your answer is correct or incorrect. If you have trouble e-mail me with
the particular number and I'll help.)

### Protons, neutrons and electrons (Same as above
so if you have questions get in touch. The mass # is defined as the sum of the
protons and the neutrons).

### Density conversion (Converts from one set
of metric density units to another combination of metric density units.)

### Density word problem(This example generates
a word problem where you solve for one of the variables; density, mass or volume
given the other two.)

### Length conversion (Converts between English
and metric length units. Watch your significant figures and your rounding.)

### Mass conversion (Converts between English and
metric mass units.)

### Volume conversion (Converts between English
and metric volume units.)

### Temperature conversion (Generates problems
which will require you to convert between Kelvin, Fahrenheit and Celsius temperature
scales. One of the temperatures is randomly generated and you must determine
the temperature in the other two scales.)

### Mass, moles and molar mass (This
is a basic exercise in converting between mass, moles and the
molar mass.)

### Limiting Reagents (This page provides practice
in identifying limiting reagents.)

### Balancing
Simple Equations (This is a basic exercise in balancing
chemical equations.)

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