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Item #: PF2080 

Price: $40.00

In this lab experience, students explore the effect of carbon dioxide dissolution on the pH of a saline solution that resembles seawater and be able to correlate the increased uptake of carbon dioxide and the acidification of surface ocean waters. Students will observe that the dissolution of carbon dioxide gas into a saline solution that resembles seawater causes a decrease in the pH of the solution. This change in pH will be measured directly with a pH meter. Also, the change in pH will cause the change in color of the solution due to the presence of an acid–base indicator.

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Safety: Before conducting the lab, review the safety precautions on the student page with the class. Then discuss any safety precautions that are specific to your science laboratory or classroom.


Materials Included in Kit

Consumable:
Acetic acid solution, 2 M, 500 mL
Sodium bicarbonate, 50 g
Sodium carbonate, 10 g
Sodium chloride, 200 g
Phenolphthalein indicator, 1 % solution, 30 mL
Universal indicator solution, 30 mL
Pipets, 40
Weighing dishes, 30

Non-Consumable:
Universal indicator charts, 10


Additional Materials Required
Beakers, Borosilicate Glass, 250-mL, 10
Beakers, Borosilicate Glass, 400-mL, 10
DLAB Classic Magnetic Stirrer/Hot Plate, 10
Flask, Filtering, Borosilicate Glass, 250 mL, 10
Flinn Digital Thermometer, 10
Gloves, Terrycloth, General Purpose, 10
Plastic Tubing in 10-Foot Lengths, 5/16" i.d. x 1/16", 10
Rubber Stoppers, 1 lb, Size #6, Black, Solid, 1
Support Stand, 6" x 9", 10
Single Buret Clamp, Plastic-Coated Jaw, 10
Spatulas, Disposable, Box of 300, 1