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
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
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
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.
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
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
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 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