Titration Curves of Strong and Weak Acids and Bases. Maureen C. Miller Chatham Hall AP Chemistry Grades 11, 12. To react the following combinations of acids and bases. Goal of the Lesson. To compare empirical equivalence points and pH on graph to calculated values from pre-lab.
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Maureen C. Miller
Chatham Hall AP Chemistry
Grades 11, 12
Goal of the Lesson
1. Given a sample titration curve, students will correctly identify a reaction between weak and strong acids and bases
2. Given a sample titration curve, students will correctly choose a suitable indicator for the equivalence point.
3. Given a specific acid and base of known concentration, students will correctly determine the pH at the equivalence point.
Strong Acid / Weak Base
Strong Acid / Strong Base
Weak Acid / Strong Base
Weak Acid / Weak Base
Students will complete the following:
Data: labeled graphs, time of phenolphthalein color change
My technology savior, Mr. David Lyle, who spent countless hours with me connecting wires and making this lab possible
Thanks to everyone who made this laboratory experience successful:
My AP students, Michelle, Emily, Sara and Ebony,
for always working so hard,
My friend and colleague, Mrs. Molly Thomas,
for emotional support!!
All the teachers and staff at Pittsylvania County Schools, for inviting us to this workshop. It was wonderful!