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Selecting Indicators for Acid–Base Titrations—AP* Chemistry Classic Laboratory Kit

By: The Flinn Staff

Item #: AP6452

Price: $53.85

The Selecting Indicators for Acid–Base Titrations Classic Lab Kit for AP* Chemistry provides an excellent assessment of student understanding of acid–base chemistry. Students practice the titration process using indicators and pH meters.

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Classic AP Requirement #11—Determination of the Appropriate Indicators for Various Acid–Base Titrations

Students select the appropriate indicators for two titrations—a weak acid solution titrated with a strong base solution and a weak base solution titrated with a strong acid solution. Titration curves of pH versus volume of titrant are generated and used by the students to verify the appropriateness of the selected indicators. An excellent assessment of student understanding of the principles of acid–base chemistry.

Complete for 24 students working in pairs.

Selecting Indicators for Acid–Base Titrations Inquiry Guidance & AP* Chemistry Curriculum Alignment Transition Guide available! Follow the link in Resources to find this valuable publication that lets you adapt this classic AP Chemistry experiment for guided-inquiry and correlate with the AP Chemistry curriculum framework.


Materials Included in Kit (for 24 students working in pairs): Bromthymol blue solution, thymolphthalein solution, phenolphthalein solution, methyl orange indicator solution, ammonium solution, acetic acid solution, hydrochloric acid solution, sodium hydroxide solution, methyl red indicator solution.

Additional Materials Required (for each lab group): Beakers, burets, buret clamp, magnetic stirrer and stir bar, pH meter or sensor, ring stand, volumetric pipet, wash bottle with distilled or deionized water.

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