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1.3 Reacting masses and volumes

Experiments

Here are experiments our science specialists have selected to support the IB* topic.

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The Molar Volume of a Gas

Experiment #5 from Advanced Chemistry with Vernier

In this experiment, you will

  • Measure the gas production of a chemical reaction by a pressure change.
  • Determine the molar volume of the gas produced in the reaction.
  • Calculate the molar volume of a gas at STP.

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Standardizing a Solution of Sodium Hydroxide

Experiment #6 from Advanced Chemistry with Vernier

In this experiment, you will

  • Prepare an aqueous solution of sodium hydroxide to a target molar concentration.
  • Determine the concentration of your NaOH solution by titrating it with a solution of potassium hydrogen phthalate, abbreviated KHP, with an exact molar concentration.

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Determining the Mole Ratios in a Chemical Reaction

Experiment #9 from Advanced Chemistry with Vernier

In this experiment, you will

  • Measure the enthalpy change of a series of reactions.
  • Determine the stoichiometry of an oxidation-reduction reaction in which the reactants are known but the products are unknown.

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Determining the Concentration of a Solution: Beer's Law

Experiment #17 from Advanced Chemistry with Vernier

In this experiment, you will

  • Prepare and test the absorbance of five standard copper (II) sulfate solutions.
  • Calculate a standard curve from the test results of the standard solutions.
  • Test the absorbance of a copper (II) sulfate solution of unknown molar concentration.
  • Calculate the molar concentration of the unknown CuSO4 solution.

The Molar Mass of a Volatile Liquid

Experiment #3 from Advanced Chemistry with Vernier

In this experiment, you will

  • Evaporate a sample of a liquid substance and measure certain physical properties of the substance as it condenses.
  • Determine the molar mass of an unknown liquid.

Educational Standard
International Baccalaureate (IB)
Subject
Chemistry
Section
Core
Topic
1. Stoichiometric Relationships

* The IB Diploma Program is an official program of the International Baccalaureate Organization (IBO) which authorizes schools to offer it. The material available here has been developed independently of the IBO and is not endorsed by it.

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