Kinetics and Equilibrium
Use an absolute pressure sensor to determine the effect of temperature, concentration, and surface area on the rate of a chemical reaction by measuring changes in absolute pressure as a reaction proceeds.
Students determine how the concentration of glucose in solution affects the time for a chemical reaction to occur. Then they estimate the concentration of an unknown glucose solution.
Use an absolute pressure sensor and stainless steel temperature sensor to determine the rate constant of a chemical reaction.
Use a colorimeter to determine the rate constant and the order of reaction.
Use a pH sensor to determine the effect of concentration changes on the equilibrium of a system, relating pH values with the acid-base indicator
Use a colorimeter to determine the equilibrium constant for a chemical reaction.
Use a pH sensor and drop counter to determine the solubility product of an ionic compound through titration and calculations.