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11.1 Acids & Bases
- Classify compounds as acids or bases (using Arrhenius and Bronsted-Lowry definitions)
- Identify acids and bases using common indicators
- Define pH and classify compounds as acidic or basic based upon pH
- Predict products of neutralization reactions
- Calculate pH using hydrogen ion concentration
- Use stoichiometry to determine the amount of acid or base required in a neutralization titration
11.1a Acids, Bases, & Indicators
- What is the guiding question?
- How'd you do the lab? Why that way?
- What's your claim, evidence, and reasoning?
11.1b Acids & Bases
11.1c Titration Animation & Lab Simulation
Click here to go through a titration animation.
Follow the directions and note the particle diagram at the bottom as it changes with the addition of NaOH
Click here for the lab simulation.
Your answer & calculation for the simulation are DUE next class period.
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