In this lab activity, students will determine the concentration of a solution of NaOH by titration with a standard solution of HCl. They will also determine the concentration of a sample of white vinegar by titration with a standard solution of NaOH.
In this lab activity, students will measure the temperature of a sample of a substance every 30 seconds as it undergoes changes of state. They will then graph the data for both the heating and cooling curve.
In this lab activity, students will use calorimetry to calculate the amount of heat absorbed or released during a simple reaction. Sample data is provided if students are not able to perform the actual experiment. A link to a virtual experiment is also provided.
In this lab activity, students will create a solubility curve for an ionic compound, potassium nitrate, using experimental data. Students will calculate the solubility of a substance under a variety of temperatures.
This worksheet assesses students' understanding of solutions. Students will need to use a solubility curve for common compounds to complete the worksheet.