Kemtec™ AP Chemistry Kits: Determining the Equilibrium Constant (and Temperature's Effect) with Beer's Law
Loaded with important concepts and techniques for the AP chemistry student; determine the equilibrium constant using Le Chatelier's principle and Beer's Law (using spectrophotometry) to determine equilibrium concentrations of reactants and products.
Supplier: Aqua Phoenix Scientific 16117
Addresses the inquiry question: What is the effect of temperature on the equilibrium constant?
- Minimal prep time
- Easily adapted to three shorter lab periods
- Instructor's manual features background material, easy-to-follow stepwise protocols, assessment questions, sample data, modeled calculations, and an answer key
- Kit designed to exceed 2013 AP Next Generation National Standards
- Meets AP Science Practices 2 & 7
- Targets Grades: 10-14
- Accommodates 24 Students Working in Groups of two
Kemtec AP kits are compatible with optional data collection and simulations using TI-Nspire handhelds and software. Free activities can be found at www.fisheredu.com/TI.
|Meets new 2013 AP standards, meets AP science practices 2 and 7
|10 to 14
|0.25m, 400ml iron (iii) nitrate, 0.0025m, 275ml potassium thiocyanate, 0.2n nitric acid
|Determining the Equilibrium Constant (And Temperature'S Effect) with Beer'S Law Chemistry Kit
|For the ap chemistry student, determine the equilibrium constant using le chatelier's principle and beer's law (using spectrophotometry) to determine equilibrium concentrations of reactants
|24 Students (12 Groups)
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