Normality Teacher Resources
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Starting with information about molar enthalpy changes and measurement, this worksheet gives examples and has eight questions about particular substances and state changes.
The Need for Normality
Students investigate the need for measuring concentrations in normality in titrations. In this titrations and normality lesson, students perform titrations and use different indicators to show they change colors at different pH values. They also perform 3 titrations using different molarities of acids and the some molarity of base. They determine that molarity is not sufficient for some titrations and that normality is necessary.
In this chemistry worksheet, students examine the concepts of mole and molarity in order to apply in the laboratory setting. The sheet includes in depth background information.
Chapter 13 Review, Section 2: Ions in Aqueous Solutions and Colligative Properties
Here is a general chemistry worksheet that incorporates practical applications. Four questions employ critical thinking about solutions, boiling and freezing points, and molar mass. Your class will practice what they learn in class by completing this as homework.
Chemical Calculations and Chemical Formulas
In this stoichiometry worksheet, students calculate molar masses, empirical and molecular formulas to solve 105 problems and short answer questions.
Chapter 10: Chemical Calculations and Chemical Equations
In this chemical equations worksheet, students write and balance chemical reactions. They complete 98 short answer and problem solving questions on molarity and chemical equations.
Ideal Gas Example 4
Sal continues his explanation of The Ideal Gas Equation in this chemistry video. He sets up a different problem from the previous video, and uses the ideal gas equation to calculate the molar mass of a 98 ml container that contains .081 grams of a substance at standard pressure and temperature.
The Need for Normality
Pupils examine how all salts are not neutral and demonstrate the necessity for measuring concentration using normality in titration experiments.
What Causes Tooth Decay
Learners investigate tooth decay. In this tooth decay lesson, students determine the causes of tooth decay. Learners inspect the different parts of a normal tooth and determine proper dental hygiene habits that inhibit tooth decay.
Gases and the Atmosphere
In this chemistry activity, students study the different gas laws and solve 10 exercises to determine pressure, volume, mole or temperature of a gas sample.
Weak Acid Titration
The previous video illustrated what happened when a strong acid is added to water. This presentation illustrates what happens when a weak acid is added. On the left axis, pH levels are measured. The horizontal axis represents two liters of water. The weaker acid is added to the water. This video shows what happens to the pH levels, and how the equivalence point is determined based on how much of the weak acid is added.
Review of Chemical Solutions
For this chemistry review worksheet, students answer 50 multiple choice questions on solutions. They identify different types of solutions and ways to express concentration.
High schoolers investigate electrochemistry. In this chemical reactions and electricity lesson, students test solution for conductivity using a conductivity apparatus. They perform a redox reaction and measure the voltage of the solutions and connect the solutions using a U-tube. They also perform an electroplating experiment to see how a chemical reaction will occur from the electric current.
Acids, Bases, Acid-Base Reactions
In this chemistry activity, students read and study the chapter to answer 110 problem solving and short answer questions related to acids and bases.
Acid Base Introduction
The Periodic Table of Elements is filled with elements that are considered to be acids or bases. This video explains to students how that determination is made, and why the elements are placed where they are on the periodic table.
Version 001 – Exam 1 – David Laude (53015) 1
A 30-question multiple choice chemistry test challenges takers. Topics touched upon include thermochemistry, equilibrium, behavior of gases, and pH. Problem solving is required in order to answer most of the questions. Other questions require critical thinking skills and reading phase diagrams. Content is solid, but there are unusual subheadings for each section that may make it undesirable for your use.
Determination of An Acid Dissociation
In this chemistry worksheet, students examine the given concept in order to apply in the laboratory setting. The sheet includes in depth background information.
Behavior of Gases
Students differentiate between diffusion and effusion of gases. In this gas movement lesson students illustrate the kinetic molecular theory of gas.
Determination of the solubility product of silver(I) chloride
In this chemistry worksheet, learners examine the concept of solubility of silver chloride. The sheet has in depth concept and laboratory instructions.
A full-fledged practice final prepares pupils for their general chemistry final exam. If they complete these 57 multiple-choice questions correctly, they will be well-prepared. Note: even though the questions are multiple-choice, there are many problem solving opportunities.