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AP9083 - $28.30
Classic AP Requirement #6—Standardization of a Solution Using a Primary Standard Classic AP Requirement #7—Determination of Concentration by Acid-Base Titration, Including a Weak Acid or a Weak Base In this three-part laboratory, a basic solution...
AP6452 - $51.30
Classic AP Requirement #11—Determination of the Appropriate Indicators for Various Acid-Base TitrationsStudents select the appropriate indicators for two titrations—a weak acid solution titrated with a strong base solution and a weak base solution...
AP7645 - $54.10
Big Idea 1, Investigation 4, Primary Learning Objective 1.20  How much acid is in fruit juice? Fruit juices get their sweet taste from sugars and their sour or tart taste from weak acids such as citric acid. If the juice contains too much sugar,...
AP7656 - $43.95
Big Idea 6, Investigation 14, Primary Learning Objective 6.13 Most products we use every day, including food, beverages, medication and cleaning solutions, have acidic and basic properties! A common question chemists have to answer is how much of a...
AP7663 - $48.30
Big Idea 6, Investigation 16, Primary Learning Objective 6.18 A buffer protects against rapid changes in pH when working with acids or bases. What are buffers made of? How does a buffer work? Can a buffer be designed to be effective in a given pH range?...
AP7665 - $51.95
Big Idea 6, Investigation 15, Primary Learning Objective 6.20 Every living cell contains natural buffer systems to maintain the constant pH needed for proper cell function. Consumer products are also often buffered to safeguard their activity. Students...
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