Kemtec™ AP™ Chemistry Kits:Identifying Weak Acids by pKa
Students perform titrations on weak acids while measuring pH, perform qualitative analysis by determining pKa values of acids, perform quantitative analysis by calculating molar masses, confirm the identities of weak acids, and derive and use the Henderson-Hasselbalch equation.
Supplier: Aqua Phoenix Scientific 16114
Features four different weak acid solids: three monoprotic, one diprotic.
- Ideal for two 45-minute 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 Chemistry Science Practices 2, 5 & 6
- 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, 5 and 6|
|10 to 14|
|10g oxalic acid, potassium acid phthalate, acs, potassium bisulfate, reagent, 10g benzoic acid, 2 bottles 1n sodium hydroxide, 30ml phenolphthalein ind. solution|
|Identifying Weak Acids By Pka Chemistry Kit|
|For two 45 minute lab periods, students perform titrations on weak acids while measuring ph, perform qualitative analysis by determining pka values of acids, perform quantitative analysis by calculating molar masses, confirm the identities of weak acids,|
|24 Students (12 Groups)|
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