Kemtec AP Chemistry Kits: Determining Molar Mass by Colligative Properties
Students investigate all aspects of freezing point depression, including solvent freezing constant, van't Hoff factor and molar mass.
Manufacturer: Aqua Phoenix Scientific 16108
Fulfill the AP required inquiry component while determining important applications of freezing point depression in everyday life. Direct students to design an experiment to resolve: What is the lowest temperature at which road treatment containing calcium chloride would be effective?
- Includes multiple solvents and solutes, both ionic and molecular
- 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, 3 & 5
- Targets Grades: 10-14
- Accomodates 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.
|For students to investigate all aspects of freezing point depression, including solvent freezing constant, van't hoff factor and molar mass|
|Meets new 2013 AP standards, meets AP science practices 2, 3 and 5|
|50g sucrose, 40g d-glucose, 20g calcium chloride anhydrous, 100g lauric acid, 14g benzoic acid, sodium chloride, 15g rock salt, naphthalene|
|Determining Molar Mass By Colligative Properties Chemistry Kit|
|10 to 14|
|24 students working in groups of 2|
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