Molality Teacher Resources
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In this molal boiling point worksheet, students complete a virtual lab experiment to determine the molal boiling point constant of water. Students use a calorimeter to measure the boiling point of water at the current atmospheric pressure and then they measure the boiling point of a salt solution. Students use their data to find the molal boiling point constant for water.
Learners complete a virtual chemistry lab to determine the freezing point constant for water. In this molality chemistry lab, students use Virtual ChemLab to complete a virtual experiment. They gather data and use it to calculate the molality of a sodium chloride solution and the molal freezing point constant of water.
In this molality activity, students solve 8 word problems including solving for molality, determining grams of solutions, masses of solvents and mole fractions.
Students complete a worksheet on solutes in chemistry. They are given an equation in order to find the total mass solution, molarity, and molality.
In this solutions worksheet, students calculate molality and mole fraction. Students define colligative property and determine what affects the solubility of gas in solvents. This worksheet has 2 short answer questions and 9 problems to solve.
In this molality and colligative properties worksheet, students determine the molality of solutions and they calculate freezing point depressions and boiling point elevations of solutions.
In this molality worksheet, students determine the molality of a solution plus the mass percent and mole fraction. Students calculate the molal concentration of a solution. This worksheet has 12 problems to solve.
Three sets of information are given and there are 3 questions for each, relating to the molarity, molality and changes in volume.
In this concentration worksheet, students find the percent volume of a compound in a solution and the molality of a solution. They determine the percent mass of a compound in a solution and they determine the mole fraction of water in a solution.
In this solution worksheet, students solve nine multiple choice questions on topics related to solubility, colligative properties and molality. Students predict boiling points, freezing points and osmotic pressure of solutions.
For this concentration worksheet, students determine the molality, mole fraction, and the percent by mass for the given solution. This worksheet has five problems to solve.
In this solutions worksheet, students use a phase diagram to determine the boiling point and molality of the solution. Students determine the electrical conductivity of a saturated solution. This worksheet has nine problems to solve.
In this colligative properties worksheet, students solve eight problems. They calculate molarity, molality and grams of substances in addition to using colligative properties to calculate solutions.
In this solutions worksheet, students review the factors that determine whether a substance will dissolve in another and what influences the rate of dissolution. Students review molarity and molality. This worksheet has seventeen short answer questions and nineteen problems to solve.
Although there are only six questions on this chemistry handout, it makes a thorough review of solutions. Novices explain why a compound is not an electrolyte, identify types of compounds, and calculate moles, grams, and molalilties in various solutions. Keep this handy as a possible homework assignment.
In this colligative properties activity, students calculate the concentration of solutions in molality for 4 word problems.
In this chemical solutions learning exercise, Students determine the significance of the critical point in a phase diagram and rank solutions from weakest to strongest solute-solvent interaction. This learning exercise has 4 problems to solve.
For this solutions worksheet, students determine the boiling points and melting points of solutions. Students calculate the effective molality of a solute. This worksheet has five problems to solve.
In this chemistry review worksheet, students answer 50 multiple choice questions on solutions. They identify different types of solutions and ways to express concentration.