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A variety of skills are needed to complete this assignment. Strong acids and bases are to be described using the Arrhenius model, balanced equations written and analyzed for acid dissociations, and then concentrations calculated for different solutions. This worksheet will come in handy for you to give as homework or as a review in your advanced chemistry course.
Young chemists analyze Titration curves as part of this acids and bases worksheet. Other problems include calculating concentrations, determining equilibrium constants, and a few multiple-choice questions. Since this resource uses a variety of question types, you could use it as a quiz.
In this acids and bases worksheet, learners read about the differences between acids and bases and then complete a table comparing the characteristics of both. Then students determine if the given statements describe an acid, base, or salt. This worksheet has 1 graphic organizer and 21 matching questions.
An encompassing set of notes is presented throughout most of this instructional activity. Topics covered are the nature of acids and bases, calculating the acid dissociation constant, and acid/base strength. The instructional activity concludes by having young chemists perform dissociation constant calculations. It is a valuable reference sheet and practice for your class.
High schoolers observe and investigate properties of acids and bases. In this acids and bases lesson plan, students perform 5 different experiments including reactions of acids and metals, reaction of acids with carbonates, neutralization reactions, the effects of acids and bases on indicators and product tests.
Students evaluate pH levels through a solubility experiment. In this pH levels instructional activity, students list characteristics of acids and bases. Students complete their own pH level experiment. Students go to the GEMS Alien Juice Bar website to test their knowledge of acids and bases for pH solutions.
Learners describe characteristics and common uses of acids and bases. They describe the role of natural indicators in the chemistry of acids and bases after testing and making observations on a variety of plant extracts. Students observe that dyes from plants have distinct physical and chemical properties.