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Solubility Teacher Resources
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Learners investigate factors affecting the rate of solubility. In this rate of solubility lesson plan, students experiment by crushing, heating and cooling solutes and solvents to see how the solubility is affected. For each situation, learners record the time it takes for each solute to dissolve.
Here is a nifty worksheet for reviewing chemical solutions. Learners identify ionic and covalent compounds. They determine dissociation and write out net ionic equations. They calculate moles for aqueous solutions. They consult a solubility table to tell if given compounds are soluble and if precipitation forms. Finally, they balance ionic equations. This employs several different methods of review so it will keep young chemists engaged.
This is an apt assignment for chemistry takers that are studying ionic solutions. Eight questions require problem solving and critical thinking to answer. The first question instructs learners to use a table in the textbook, but you can provide a similar table or just have students skip that question.
In this solutions worksheet, students solve eighteen problems including calculating solubility based on a given graph of various solutes, determining molarity of solutions, determining masses of substances needed to make particular solutions and determining saturation of solutions.
Chemistry learners will be able to explain solid and gas solubility concepts after viewing this slide show. The presentation is organized and attractive. It will serve as a tremendous support to your lecture. Follow it with a hands-on laboratory activity in which young chemists create saturated solutions at different temperatures.