Featured in PASCO’s Chemistry through Inquiry Teacher Guide
Features over 25 inquiry based labs covering the fundamental concepts of lab skills, structure & properties of matter, chemical reactions and more.
Use a temperature sensor to determine the mole ratio between the reactants sodium hypochlorite and sodium thiosulfate.
Determine the mole ratio between the reactants sodium hypochlorite and sodium thiosulfate. Through this investigation, students:
- Review the evidence of chemical reactions.
- Describe the connection between coefficients in chemical reactions and the amount of product formed.
- Explain the term limiting reactant.
Students conduct the following procedures:
- React sodium hypochlorite and sodium thiosulfate in various proportions and measure the resulting temperature changes.
- Analyze data to determine the optimal mole ratio between the two reactants.
- Determine the limiting reactant for specified reaction variations.
Sensors / Equipment Used:
PASPORT Chemistry Sensor
Allows students to measure Temperature, pH/ISE/ORP, Absolute Pressure & Voltage in one sensor. For use with PASPORT Interfaces.
Graduated cylinder, 10-mL - 2
Graduated cylinder, 50- or 100-mL - 2
Transfer pipet - 2
Test tube, 20-mm × 150-mm - 7
Test tube rack
Wash bottle filled with water
0.5 M Sodium hypochlorite - 35 to 40 mL
0.5 M Sodium thiosulfate, in 0.2 M sodium hydroxide - 35 to 40 mL
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