Ppt on acid-base titration worksheet

Tuesday, December 1 st  Grab a notes sheet off the projector  Please take out the following:  Purple sheet  Review questions 10- 18  Yesterday’s worksheet.

10- 18  Yesterday’s worksheet  Work on the problem to the right ➡ ➡ ➡ ➡ A 35.0mL sample of 0.150M acetic acid, HC 2 H 3 O 2, is titrated with 0.150M NaOH solution. Calculate the pH after the following volumes of base have been added (Ka for acetic acid = 1.8x10 -5 )/ a) 0mL b) 17.5mL c) 34.5mL d) 35.0mL e) 35.5mL f) 50.0mL Due Tomorrow  Titration Curves  Change of due dates:  Problem set /


Chem II: 2.11.15 Objectives: Acid/Base Chemistry Exam Thermochemistry Review Worksheet.

Objectives: Acid/Base Chemistry Exam Thermochemistry Review Worksheet Chem II: 2.12.15 Due: Thermochemistry Review Worksheet Objectives: Review basic thermochemistry concepts. (qualitatively and quantitatively) Chem II: 2.13.15 Due: Thermochemistry Review Worksheet Objectives:/ over in class) Chem II: 10/18 Infinite Campus Update: Chemistry Midterm Make-ups Hydrogen Peroxide Titration Lab Corrections Objectives: I can distinguish between endothermic and exothermic processes during changes with matter. I can/


Georgia Performance Standard SC7: Students will characterize the properties that describe solutions and the nature of acids and bases.

Students will characterize the properties that describe solutions and the nature of acids and bases. The Water Molecule Triatomic Covalent Polar bonds & polar overall Bent /) What volume of 16 M sulfuric acid must be used to prepare 1.5 L of a 0.10 M H 2 SO 4 solution? *Be sure to solve the Dilution Worksheet in your practice packet! Using Molarity / of NaOH? What is the molarity of a solution of H2S if 48.5mL are required to titrate 35.6mL of 0.35M Fe(OH)3 solution? A white precipitate forms when 200 mL of /


Solutions/ Concentrations Georgia Performance Standard SC7: Students will characterize the properties that describe solutions and the nature of acids.

Students will characterize the properties that describe solutions and the nature of acids and bases. Review of Aqueous Solutions Ionic compounds most readily dissolve in water / What volume of 16 M sulfuric acid must be used to prepare 1.5 L of a 0.10 M H 2 SO 4 solution? *Be sure to solve the Dilution Worksheet in your practice packet! Using Molarity/ of NaOH? What is the molarity of a solution of H2S if 48.5mL are required to titrate 35.6mL of 0.35M Fe(OH)3 solution? A white precipitate forms when 200 mL of/


Acids, Bases & pH Types of solutes sugar Non-electrolyte - No dissociation into ions, all molecules in solution no conductivity.

- Electrolyte - Dissociation into ions in solution. conductivity Electrolytes Acids, bases, and salts are electrolytes. –HNO 3, NaOH, KBr. Acid-Base Theory - Arrhenius Arrhenius defined an acid as follows: –An acid is a substance that produces H + ions when dissolved /acid neutralize 25.8ml of 0.50M base. What is the molarity of the acid? 0.83M M A x V A = M B x V B 32.6 ml of 1.25M acid neutralize how many ml of 5.60M base? 7.28 mL Homework Summarize the Lab: “AcidBase TitrationWorksheet: Acids, Bases/


Chemistry 30 – Unit 4 Part 1 Equilibrium Focusing on Acid-Base Systems To accompany Inquiry into Chemistry PowerPoint Presentation prepared by Robert Schultz.

O + (aq) + CH 3 COO - (aq)HCl(aq) + H 2 O(l) H 3 O + (aq) + Cl‾(aq) Figure 8.2, page 627 Chapter 16, Section 16.0 pH and acid-base titrations will be reviewed later in the unit Chapter 16, Section 16.1 In Chemistry 20 you studied dynamic equilibrium in saturated solutions In dynamic equilibrium rate of forward and reverse/ 0 0 C-x +x E 1.3–x mol/L x Chapter 16, Section 16.3 Applications of Equilibrium Systems Read pages 666-673 Do Applications of Equilibrium Systems Worksheet Chapter 16, Section 16.3


Today… Before Class: Grab a Lab Packet, Safety Goggles, and Apron Our Plan: Inquiry Lab Wrap Up – Venn Diagram Homework (Write in Planner): Inquiry Lab.

way to determine when the reaction is complete = Indicator Titration What is a titration? Buret filled with standard solution Flask filled with solution of unknown concentration Titration Video Titrations Acid Base Titrations are reactions between strong acids and strong bases. H +1 + OH -1 --> H 2 O By doing a titration, you can calculate how many moles of acid and base there are. Titrations If the amount of either H +1 or OH/


Chapter Fifteen 1 Hall © 2005 Prentice Hall © 2005 General Chemistry 4 th edition, Hill, Petrucci, McCreary, Perry Today… Turn in: –Nothing Our Plan: –Notes.

© 2005 General Chemistry 4 th edition, Hill, Petrucci, McCreary, Perry Titration Curve Activity With a partner, complete p. 6 & 7 of your worksheet packet. Chapter Fifteen 77 Hall © 2005 Prentice Hall © 2005 General Chemistry 4 th edition, Hill, Petrucci, McCreary, Perry Neutralization Reactions At the equivalence point in an acidbase titration, the acid and base have been brought together in precise stoichiometric proportions. The endpoint is/


Today… Before Class: Grab a Lab Packet, Safety Goggles, and Apron Our Plan: Inquiry Lab Wrap Up – Venn Diagram Homework (Write in Planner): Inquiry Lab.

way to determine when the reaction is complete = Indicator Titration What is a titration? Buret filled with standard solution Flask filled with solution of unknown concentration Titration Video Titrations Acid Base Titrations are reactions between strong acids and strong bases. H +1 + OH -1  H 2 O By doing a titration, you can calculate how many moles of acid and base there are. Titrations If the amount of either H +1 or OH/


Hall © 2005 Prentice Hall © 2005 General Chemistry 4 th edition, Hill, Petrucci, McCreary, Perry Chapter Four 1 Chemical Reactions in Aqueous Solutions.

, Petrucci, McCreary, Perry Chapter Four 92 Stop! Complete Worksheet #4 by Monday. –Let’s look at it together. Hall © 2005 Prentice Hall © 2005 General Chemistry 4 th edition, Hill, Petrucci, McCreary, Perry Chapter Four 93 Today… Turn in: Get Out WS#3 Our Plan: Questions on WS#3 Quick Review Notes – Acid/Base Reactions & Titrations Begin WS#4 Homework (Write in Planner): WS#4/


In- 1/04/12, Warm-Up Write a 5 sentence paragraph describing your break. What did you do? Did you go any place? Who did you see over break? What was your.

used for. Be sure to include any important information you can think of having to do with titration. 3. Define acid, base, conjugate acid, and conjugate base. 4. Given the compound NH 3, write what the conjugate acid would be and the conjugate base. Through- Classwork Buffers worksheet Homework: Test tomorrow In- 4/18/12, Warm-Up We are going to be starting our thermochemistry unit. Today, we/


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titrant Worksheet BLM 8.3.3, omit 1a, b 8.3 Acid-Base Titration Investigation 8.C, page 316 8.3 Acid-Base Titration Titration curves: Titration of a strong acid with a strong base: Titration of a strong base with a strong acid: figures 8.8, 8.9, page 318 8.3 Acid-Base Titration Discuss questions 8, 9, 10 page 319 Thought Lab 8.2 page 319 – Plotting a Titration Curve 8.3 Acid-Base Titration 8.3 Acid-Base Titration Chapter/


Chem II Period: 10.30.14 Objectives: I can understand why there are different degrees of so Distinguish between Aqueous Reactions.

3.Acid-Base Reactions /worksheet-due tomorrow. (includes gallery walk problems ) *Can check answers on back of wksht.* Redox Balancing Quiz tomorrow. Stoichiometry Stoichiometry: Converting between substances in a balanced chemical equation using mole conversions. www.larapedia.com Stoichiometry www.larapedia.com Stoichiometry: Limiting Reactants Limiting Reactant: completely consumed Excess Reactant: partially consumed en.wikipedia.org Balancing Reactions: Stoichiometry Redox Reaction Lab Redox Titration/


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2 O Answers Take ten minutes and work a few problems on the “Naming covalent compounds” side of your worksheet. Ions An atom that carries a charge The charge on the ion is called the Oxidation state or Oxidation / the formula Write the formula for the following: –Chloric acid –Hydrobromic acid –Phosphorous Acid Don’t confuse phosphorous and phosphorus Answers Neutralization Reaction Base and acid react to produce a salt and water Titration A lab technique where a neutralization reaction is performed to /


In- 1/04/12, Warm-Up Write a 5 sentence paragraph describing your break. What did you do? Did you go any place? Who did you see over break? What was your.

thing you learned from yesterday. Through- Classwork Introduce Bronsted Lowry acids and bases Conjugate acid base pairs explanation Conjugate acid base pairs worksheet Homework: None In- 4/4/12, Warm-Up Identify the conjugate acid/base pairs in the equation below. HC 2 H 3 O /10 -9, calculate the pH, pOH, [H + ], and decide if it is an acid or a base. Through- Classwork Introduction to titration Molarity calculations worksheet Start computer assignment Homework: Lab write up due Tuesday In- 4/10/12, Warm-Up /


In- 1/04/12, Warm-Up Write a 5 sentence paragraph describing your break. What did you do? Did you go any place? Who did you see over break? What was your.

sure you meet your goals? Through- Classwork Building a titration curve computer assignment Homework: Acid/Base test Friday after spring break Acid/Base lab write up due Thursday after spring break In- 4/5/11, Warm-Up Write a five sentence paragraph about your spring break. Through- Classwork Introduction to buffers Buffer worksheet Homework: Acid/Base test Friday Acid/Base lab write up due Thursday In- 4/7/11, Warm/


In- 1/04/12, Warm-Up Write a 5 sentence paragraph describing your break. What did you do? Did you go any place? Who did you see over break? What was your.

sure you meet your goals? Through- Classwork Building a titration curve computer assignment Homework: Acid/Base test Friday after spring break Acid/Base lab write up due Thursday after spring break In- 4/5/11, Warm-Up Write a five sentence paragraph about your spring break. Through- Classwork Introduction to buffers Buffer worksheet Homework: Acid/Base test Friday Acid/Base lab write up due Thursday In- 4/7/11, Warm/


In- 1/05/11, Warm-Up Write a 5 sentence paragraph describing your break. What did you do? Did you go any place? Who did you see over break? What was your.

sure you meet your goals? Through- Classwork Building a titration curve computer assignment Homework: Acid/Base test Friday after spring break Acid/Base lab write up due Thursday after spring break In- 4/5/11, Warm-Up Write a five sentence paragraph about your spring break. Through- Classwork Introduction to buffers Buffer worksheet Homework: Acid/Base test Friday Acid/Base lab write up due Thursday In- 4/7/11, Warm/


In- 1/05/11, Warm-Up Write a 5 sentence paragraph describing your break. What did you do? Did you go any place? Who did you see over break? What was your.

sure you meet your goals? Through- Classwork Building a titration curve computer assignment Homework: Acid/Base test Friday after spring break Acid/Base lab write up due Thursday after spring break In- 4/5/11, Warm-Up Write a five sentence paragraph about your spring break. Through- Classwork Introduction to buffers Buffer worksheet Homework: Acid/Base test Friday Acid/Base lab write up due Thursday In- 4/7/11, Warm/


Solution Concentration Molarity = mol solute = M L sol’n Most commonly used unit of concentration A 0.50 M soln = 0.50 mol solute 1.0 L soln Use it as.

3  (NH 4 ) 2 CO 3 – HF + Al(OH) 3  – 3HF + Al(OH) 3  3H 2 O + AlF 3 Acid Base Titration Lab procedure used to determine the molarity of a solution. You completely reacts 2 solution. – React a solution of known conc with a solution of unknown conc –/atoms and charge Know steps in the process Balance all equation on the worksheet in acidic and basic solutions Redox reactions can be used for a titration reaction – Follow steps for any titration Balancing Redox Equations Bal all atoms other than H and O Bal O/


Aqueous Equilibria Chapter 15 Additional Aspects of Aqueous Equilibria © 2009, Prentice-Hall, Inc.

How do you think the titration of a weak acid and strong base differ? © 2009, Prentice-Hall, Inc. Aqueous Equilibria Titration of a Weak Acid with a Strong Base Unlike in the previous case, the conjugate base of the acid affects the pH when it / Factors Affecting Solubility Complex Ions ◦ Metal ions can act as Lewis acids and form complex ions with Lewis bases in the solvent. ◦ Discuss and review the complex ion reaction worksheet. © 2009, Prentice-Hall, Inc. Aqueous Equilibria Factors Affecting Solubility /


Unless otherwise stated, all images in this file have been reproduced from: Blackman, Bottle, Schmid, Mocerino and Wille, Chemistry, 2007 (John Wiley)

17/17 e Learning Outcomes - you should now be able to: Complete the worksheet Understand strong acid/strong base, strong base/strong acid, weak acid/strong base and weak base/strong acid titrations Be able to extract pK a from the half equivalence point Be able to work at the pH at the equivalence point Answer Review Problems 11.38-11.44 in Blackman Summary: Acids & Bases 4 Next lecture: Periodic Trends


A.P. Chemistry Chapter 15 Applications of Aqueous Equuilibria.

. mL of the buffer described in the above example; what is the new pH of the buffer after the HCl is neutralized? 15.4 Titrations and pH curves (Examples on in-class worksheet) pH curve (titration curve)- the progress of an acid-base titration monitored by plotting the pH of the solution being analyzed as a function of the amount of titrant added. Millimole- since most/


Solubility A solution is a homogeneous mixture that may be a solid, liquid, or gas. What factors affect the rate of dissolving for a solution? – Stirring.

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Compare Homework with a partner, how did you do?

and cancel “spectator” ions  Practice! Complete the worksheet with a partner, be prepared to instruct the class on how you reached your answers. Acids/bases/neutralization Define the word Acid. Substances that are able to ionize in aqueous solutions to/. Coefficients to move between products and reactants. Convert lab units back into required units  Titrations Why do we use titrations? How are titrations helpful in determining concentration? Example Suppose we know the molarity of an NaOH solution and we/


Activity: Relative atomic mass Relative molecular mass Relative formula mass Avogadro’s number Element Compound Molecule Mole Isotope Diatomic Print out.

ions for every 3 sulphate ions The formula is therefore Fe 2 (SO 4 ) 3 Activity Complete the worksheet; Worksheet IB1.7 Writing formulae from namesWorksheet IB1.7 Writing formulae from names For answers click here Chemical Reactions and / volume of glassware due to temperature fluctuations or the decision on exactly when an indicator changes colour during an acid base titration. Precision and accuracy. Precision refers to how close several experimental measurements of the same quantity are to eachother/


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such as gram or milligram  Arithmetic operations  e.g. Finding the average volume of solution used in an acid-based titration  Use of standard form in expressing numerical quantities  e.g. Expressing the size of an atom using /? Experiment Task content (student’s work) Perform experiments suggested in the C & A Guide (other than VA & QA) Worksheet / simple report / detailed report on experiments performed; AND/OR Quiz on experimental procedures, data manipulation, results interpretation, safety measures/


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Outline:3/12/07 è Chem. Dept. Seminar Wed @ 4pm è 2 more lectures until Exam 2… è Chemistry Advising – Today @ 4pm Today: è More Chapter 18 Polyprotic acid titrations Solubility Product (K sp ) Worksheet #8 practice… #1a. pH = 2.5 [H 2 A] = 0.997 M [HA - ] = 0.00316 M [A 2- ] = 1  10/ your papers over and pass them to the right… Quiz #7 : Buffers #1 pH = pK a + log ([base]/[acid]) 4.00 = 4.75 + log ([base]/[1.0M]) [base] = 10  0.75 = 0.178 M [base] = 0.178 mol/1.0L = 14.6 g CH 3 COONa / 1.0L = 14.6 g CH 3/


Investigation IV: Neutralizing Toxins

the concentration of the NaOH solution in Problem 6. Unit IV • Investigation IV-X Notes A titration is a method for determining the concentration of an acid or base solution by reacting a known volume of the solution with a solution of known concentration. When the /or pH of solutions in which the reactions are a part. Unit IV • Investigation IV-X Activity Purpose: The purpose of this worksheet is to review some of the key ideas in the Toxins Unit. Unit IV • Investigation IV-X Making Sense No Making Sense/


Chemical Reactions and Solution Stoichiometry

to make 450.-ml of a 0.675 M HCl dilution, what is the molarity of the stock solution? Tonight’s Homework Worksheet I just handed you  Pg 180-#’s 15,16,21-25 Read Chapter 4, Sections 1-5 (20 pgs) DO /Indicator-a substance that changes color at or near the equivalence point Endpoint-point actual point where the indicator changes color Acid-Base titrations Requirements for sucessful titrations 1. exact reaction between titrant and analyte must be known 2. Equivalence point must be marked accurately (.15 mL of/


1.Definitions Solution - homogeneous mixture of two or more substances Aqueous - dissolved in water (aq) Anion - negatively charged ion Cation - positively.

, 33, 35, 37, 39, 41, 43 Net Ionic Equations & Acid-Base #3 – 45, 47, 49, 95, 97, 53, 55, 57 Gas forming and Predicting Products #4 – Worksheet – Balancing Redox Equations #5 – 59, 61, 63, 64, 67, 69, 71, 113 Molar concentrations, preparing solutions #6 – 73, 75, 77, 109, 87, 89, 91, 93, 101 pH & Acid-Base Titration #7 – 79, 83, 99, 1-3, 111, 115, 125/


1.Definitions Solution - homogeneous mixture of two or more substances Aqueous - dissolved in water (aq) Anion - negatively charged ion Cation - positively.

, 33, 35, 37, 39, 41, 43 – Net Ionic Equations & Acid-Base #3 – 45, 47, 49, 95, 97, 53, 55, 57 – Gas forming and Predicting Products #4 – Worksheet – Balancing Redox Equations #5 – 59, 61, 63, 64, 67, 69, 71, 113 – Molar concentrations, preparing solutions #6 – 73, 75, 77, 109, 87, 89, 91, 93, 101 – pH & Acid-Base Titration #7 – 79, 83, 99, 1-3, 111, 115, 125/


Chem II: Block 10.14.14 Infinite Campus: Chemical Reactions Exam Replacement Labs (30pts.) Objectives: I can predict and simplify double replacement reactions.

Aqueous Reactions: 1.Replacement Reactions 2.Oxidation-Reduction (Redox) Reactions 3.Acid-Base Reactions *Distinguish between the three types of reactions above that occur in solution/Reaction: Reduced Reaction: Chem II: Block 10.16.14 Due: Redox Reaction Worksheet Objectives: I can distinguish between oxidation and reduction reactions using oxidations numbers. / (Apply to Redox Reactions) Homework: Redox Reactions and Stoichiometry Review Redox Titration Lab Results Lab GroupAvg. volume of KMnO 4 % of H 2 O/


Aqueous Reactions and Solution Stoichiometry (rev. 08/28/10)

problems. Use the Ch 8 Single Replacement Reactions worksheet.  Use the Activity Series to determine if/Acids  You need to memorize the list of strong acids and bases.  Acids: HCl HCl HBr HBr HI HI HClO 3 chloric acid HClO 3 chloric acid HClO 4 perchloric acid HClO 4 perchloric acid HNO 3 nitric acid HNO 3 nitric acid H 2 SO 4 sulfuric acid H 2 SO 4 sulfuric acid Strong BasesBases/ to convert to molarity. Titrations  You can use the dilution equation to solve titration problems, as long as the/


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Chem II: Block 10.14.14 Infinite Campus: Chemical Reactions Exam Replacement Labs (30pts.) Objectives: I can predict and simplify double replacement reactions.

: 1.Double Replacement Reactions 2.Oxidation-Reduction (Redox) Reactions 3.Acid-Base Reactions Oxidation Reduction Reactions Also called Redox Reactions One reactant becomes oxidized/. Ca(OH) 2 Chem II: Block 10.16.14 Due: Oxidation/Reduction Worksheet Objectives: I can distinguish between oxidation and reduction reactions using oxidations numbers. I /aq) Balancing Complete Redox Reactions H 2 S + H(NO 3 ) -----> S + NO + H 2 O (acidic) Redox Titration Lab H 2 O 2 + KMnO 4 + H 2 (SO 4 )  Mn(SO 4 ) + K/


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activity will concentrate on some aspects of marking the practical paper. Paper 3 - Titrations Marking June Paper 33 Now try marking question 1 using the mark scheme provided. Plenary In an acid-base titration, a 10.0 cm 3 solution of 0.012 mol dm -3 sodium / of Transition Metal chemistry. Produce a mark scheme that another student could use for peer-marking. Use the Session 7-1 worksheet and the page from the syllabus. This can also be used profitably for peers to assess a presentation on this produced and/


Do now: answer these questions In most of its compounds, this element exists as a monatomic cation: F, S, N or Ca Which of the following groups has the.

volatile, for example ammonia. an acid or a base is an insoluble salt, for example calcium carbonate a particular reaction is too slow direct titration would involve a weak acid - weak base titration (the end-point of this type of direct titration is very difficult to observe) /a constant and v is frequency Electronic structure of atom example problems 1: You can do number 1 to 5 on the worksheet Do Now: this is Phosphorous - What peak represents the 2s subshell? - At what peak do electrons have the most /


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Chemistry Simulations. Table of Contents: SOLs CH.1The student will investigate and understand that experiments in which variables are measured, analyzed,

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practice III. 7.4 Exit Ticket IV. Colligative Properties! V. Hand back work and organize Homework: Finish Colligative Properties worksheet: due tomorrow 7.4 Exit Ticket  When you finish, begin the Colligative Properties handout silently. Colligative Properties  http:///Titration Pre-Lab” handout to be ready for lab tomorrow.  Be sure you have finished the front page of the lab handout by tomorrow. 11 May 2012  Grab your goggles!  Objective: You will be able to:  react a strong acid with a strong base /


Warm Up 4-11-16 1.What is the molarity of a 500mL solution that contains 0.00029 moles of HCl? 2. What is the pH and pOH of that solution? 3. What is a.

9 April 21 – Test Unit 9 April 22 - Online HW Unit 9-3 Titrations Key Concept: How much acids/bases are required to cancel each other out? Neutralization Reaction Equation A neutralization reaction in /acid, HNO3, solution is required to neutralize 62.0 mL of sodium hydroxide, NaOH, what is the molarity of the NaOH? Check-in If 20.6 mL of 0.010M aqueous NaOH is required to titrate 30.0 mL of HCl (aq) to the equivalence point, what is the molarity of the HCl solution? Assignments Summary Practice worksheet


Chemistry 30 – Unit 2 Electrochemical Changes To accompany Inquiry into Chemistry PowerPoint Presentation prepared by Robert Schultz

: (applies to all titrations: “titration of with ” sample titrant Know this! Chapter 12, Section 12.4 Oxidizing and reducing agents can be titrated to find concentrations (just like acids and bases) KMnO 4 (aq) is used as the titrant in many redox titrations – acidified MnO 4 / 12.4 Practice Problems 20 and 21, page 469 Answers: 20.0.1387% * 21.0.0110 mol/L Redox titration calculation worksheet *Detailed solution at end checked Chapter 12, Section 12.4 Vitamin C content of orange juice experiment (Lab 12.C/


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of sugar  Straws (100)  box of Alka-Seltzer  Bottle of Borax  1 large match box Monday, March 5, 2007 Acid Base Titration Lab  Attach the peer review sheet to the front of your team’s report and put your team name on it  Exchange your copy/March 6, 2007 Agenda  FYI’s  Extra Credit  Temperature and Phase Changes  Heat worksheet  Preamble 12 Wednesday, March 7, 2007 FYI  Science Survey 3/7 Wednesday  Preambles 3/8 Thursday  Acid/Base Lab 3/8 Thursday  RLog 10/14 3/12 Monday  Test (Chap 15/16)3/


Key Concepts of Chapter Components of a solution. Electrolytes, Weak Electrolytes, Nonelectrolytes Precipitation Reactions and Solubility Guidelines Molecular,

Homework: Memorize Strong Acids and Bases 4.16 - 4.24 4.27 – 4.28 worksheet Acid Properties oSoSour taste oToTurn blue litmus red opopH < 7 Base properties oBoBitter taste oToTurns red litmus blue opopH >7 ososlippery Some Properties of Acids and Bases Acid + Base Neutralization Products of a/following? 0.15 Na 3 P M of Na + = 0.45 M M of P 3- = 0.15 M Titrations Determining the concentration of an unknown solution. Use a 2 nd solution of known concentration (standard solution) that undergoes a reaction with/


Practice Problems Quantitative Aspects. How to keep things straight when solving quantitative problems: First identify what you are being asked to find.

? 16 3.10 Amounts of Reactants & Products (Intro to Chapter 4) 3.11 Practice Writing and Balancing Equations; Identifying Type of Rxn Worksheet posted See also Notes on Types of Chemical Equations (Discussed in Lab March 4) END Test 2 Practice 17 The reaction between nitric oxide /AgBr precipitate that forms is 0.6964 g, what is the percent by mass of Br in the original compound? CHAPTER 4 4.7 Acid-Base Titrations 32 How many grams of KHP (KHC 8 H 4 O 4 ) are needed to neutralize 18.64 mL of a 0.1004 /


Today’s HW: Read Chapter 2, Section 2 about the scientific method in your textbook.

Used to accurately dispense and measure liquids during titrations of acids and bases. Ring stands and their components: Double Burette Clamps  Double Burette clamps are used to burettes – long graduated tubes used in titration. Ring stands and their components  Ring stands/s 1818.2 lb x 3.23 ft 1.030 g ÷ 2.87 mL Homework  Complete percent error and significant figures worksheets Scientific Notation  In science, we deal with some very LARGE numbers: 1 mole = 602000000000000000000000  In science, we deal /


1 Chapter 8 Aqueous solutions. 2 Parts of Solutions l Solution- homogeneous mixture.Components are uniformly distributed throughout mixture l Solute-

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1 Chapter 20 Oxidation-Reduction Reactions (Redox Reactions)

-5 2-Text 1-3,(pp481-86) 8-15(pp498) Chp 20 3-Worksheet #2 Oxidation Numbers 21 20.4 Oxidation # Changes an increase in oxidation number/balance redox reactions 2)the half reaction method 35 These methods are based on the fact that the total number of electrons gained in reduction/-step method for balancing these types of reactions, when they occur in acidic or in basic solutions. 36 Oxidation Number Change Method 1)Assign ON /Titration 50 Assignment : 1-Web Quest Oxidation/Reduction 2-Blue Print Lab 3-Review/


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