High School / Chemistry

Le Chatelier's Principle

In this lab, students will use a pH sensor to determine how concentration changes effect the equilibrium of a system. Students will relate pH values with the acid-base indicator phenolphthalein.

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Source: Lab #28

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Le Chatelier's Principle