The Density of Solids & Liquids
Measure mass and volume for solid and liquid samples.
Calculate densities of various substances.
Correctly represent the uncertainty of measurement using significant
Determine the precisio
The Stoichiometry of a Reaction: The
Molarity of a Solution
To explore the stoichiometry of a chemical equation
To perform a gravimetric analysis
To run a double replacement reaction
To work with solution molarities
To determine t
The Activity Series of Metals
To study the ionization energy and electron affinity of some metals.
To explore the games electrons play in oxidation- reduction reactions.
To run displacement reactions of metals.
To construct a lim
Thermochemistry and Hesss Law
To learn how to use a coffee-cup calorimeter
To run several reactions in a calorimeter and experimentally determine T
To use calorimetry data to determine H for each reaction
To verify Hesss Law of Co
Determination of an Empirical Formula
Understand what an empirical formula is and how it is determined
Determine the empirical formula of a compound formed in a
reaction from composition data.
Electrolytes and Non-Electrolytes
Determine the conductivity of an electrolyte.
Distinguish between a strong electrolyte, weak electrolyte, and a non-electrolyte
In this experiment, you will discover some properties
Separation & Analysis of a Mixture
Learn how to perform a filtration.
Learn how to use a Bunsen or Terril burner.
Use differences in physical & chemical properties to separate a 3-component mixture.
Analyze % of each component in
UNITS OF MEASUREMENT
The metric system of weights and measures is used by scientists of all fields, including chemists.
This system uses base 10 for measurements; this means that conversion measurements may