Showing 6 experiments that use the pH Storage Solution.

High School / Chemistry

Physical or Chemical Change

Students use a pH sensor, conductivity sensor, and temperature sensor to collect evidence that supports their conclusion about whether a chemical...

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High School / Chemistry

Chemical Reactions

Students predict products of a series of chemical reactions and use a temperature, conductivity, and pH sensor to verify a chemical change.

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High School / Chemistry

Antacids: An Inquiry Study

Students use a pH sensor to investigate how antacid tablets work and use a back titration method to determine how much of the active ingredient...

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High School / Chemistry

Titration of an Unknown Acid

Students use a pH sensor to conduct a strong acid and weak acid titration with a strong base.

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High School / Chemistry

What is pH?

Students use a pH sensor to test the pH of a set of serial dilutions and make a connection between the pH value (& pOH) of a solution and its...

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High School / ChemistryEarth ScienceEnvironmental Science

Ocean Acidification

Students use a pH sensor to explore the effect of excess atmospheric carbon dioxide on water pH.

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