Acids bases and ph are core chemistry concepts that are introduced in elementary level chemistry or science courses and expanded upon in more advanced courses this chemistry lesson plan covers essential acids and bases terminology and offers students hands on experience testing common home chemicals to determine whether they are acids bases . Use this lesson plan to teach your students about titrations of acids and bases students will watch a video lesson that defines and explains titrations and shows how to determine ph during titration. Not all acids and bases are dangerous though many of the foods we eat and enjoy are acidic or basic lemon juice is quite a strong acid and baking soda is a base how acidic or basic a substance is can be measured on the ph scale this is an inverse logarithmic scale from 1 14 a strong acid is a 1 7 is neutral a substance which is neither . Lesson 6 acid base titrations titration is a technique in which precisely measured volumes of an acid solution and a base solution are mixed until they just neutralize one another from the measured volumes of the two solutions and the concentration of one of them you can calculate the concentration of the other. Students perform a lab simulation for a titration of monoprotic and diprotic acids in this titration simulation lesson plan students use a computer program to neutralize an acid with a base and compute the unknown concentration of the
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