LEGACY
Advanced Placement / Chemistry

Polar And Nonpolar Substances

In this lab, students use a pH sensor to learn how a compound's structure influences its solubility in water and oil.

Source: Advanced Chemistry Through Inquiry

LEGACY
Advanced Placement / Chemistry

Solubility

In this lab, students use a conductivity sensor and the mass of a dissolved solute to determine the saturation concentration of a compound.

Source: Advanced Chemistry Through Inquiry

LEGACY
Advanced Placement / Chemistry

Empirical Formula

In this lab, students use a colorimeter and stoichiometric calculations to obtain the chemical formula of a compound.

Source: Advanced Chemistry Through Inquiry

LEGACY
Advanced Placement / Chemistry

Empirical Formula

In this lab, students use a spectrometer and stoichiometric calculations to obtain the chemical formula of a compound.

Source: Advanced Chemistry Through Inquiry

LEGACY
Advanced Placement / Chemistry

Measuring Vitamin C - Redox Titration

In this lab, students use an oxidation reduction potential probe to expand their understanding of titrations, carry out a redox titration, and...

Source: Advanced Chemistry Through Inquiry

LEGACY
Advanced Placement / Chemistry

Factors That Affect Reaction Rate

In this lab. students use a pressure sensor and temperature sensor to explore several variables that affect the rate of a chemical reaction.

Source: Advanced Chemistry Through Inquiry

LEGACY
Advanced Placement / Chemistry

Measuring The Speed Of A Reaction

Students use a colorimeter sensor to determine the order of a reaction and the effect of variables on the reaction rate.

Source: Advanced Chemistry Through Inquiry

LEGACY
Advanced Placement / Chemistry

Measuring The Speed Of A Reaction

Students use a spectrometer to determine the order of a reaction and the effect of variables on the reaction rate.

Source: Advanced Chemistry Through Inquiry

LEGACY
Advanced Placement / Chemistry

Energy In Chemical Reactions

Students use a temperature sensor to demonstrate that the heat q is dependent on reaction conditions but the change in enthalpy is a constant...

Source: Advanced Chemistry Through Inquiry

LEGACY
Advanced Placement / Chemistry

Chemical Equilibrium

Students use the results of a colorimeter and a temperature sensor to control the direction of a reversible chemical reaction.

Source: Advanced Chemistry Through Inquiry

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