SolubilityRateLab

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Rate of Solubility From http://www.iit.edu/~smile/ Sharon Barfield Perkins Bass 6536 S. Sangamon 1140 W. 66th St. Chicago IL 60621 Chicago IL 60621 (312)535-3275 Objective : This can be adapted for any grade. Discover factors affecting the rate of solution. Materials Needed : The materials are for each group of four. 1. Test tube with cork 9. Sugar cubes 2. Two clear plastic cups 10. Aspirin 3. Pestle 11. Salt tablets 4. Mortar 12. Mint candy 5. Clock with second hand or stopwatches 13. Water 6. Alcohol burner 14. Alka Seltzer 7. Goggles 15. Junior Mints 8. Mints 16. Tongs Strategy : 1. Introduce and discuss solvent, soluble, solute, insoluble, and rate. 2. Demonstrate what the students will be expected to do using the vocabulary introduced. 3. Discuss safety and have groups get materials, including instruction sheet. 4. Fill containers with water as marked. Test tubes-room temperature; Cups-one room temperature, one cold. 5.
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This note was uploaded on 11/09/2011 for the course CHEM 100 taught by Professor Sdfsdf during the Winter '08 term at BYU.

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