ChemQuest® AP® Chemistry Lab #4 - How Much Acid Is in Fruit Juices and Soft Drinks?

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Grades 10-12.

Allow students to get the most out of their AP® Chemistry class with this college-level lab designed to challenge the more advanced student. Students will explore key concepts while preparing for higher education. Activity contains enough materials for 15 lab groups as well as a teacher’s guide and student study guide copy-masters.

Study how the concentration of acids in various consumer beverages may be determined by titration with sodium hydroxide. Meets Big Idea 1, Investigation 4, and Primary Learning Objective 1.20.

Kit includes:

  • 10 g potassium hydrogen phthalate
  • 4 x 25 g sodium hydroxide
  • 100 ml hydrochloric acid, 0.1M
  • 100 ml acetic acid, 0.1M
  • 500 ml sodium hydroxide, 0.1M
  • 25 ml phenolphthalein, 1%
  • 25 ml methyl red, 0.02%
  • 25 ml bromothymol blue, 0.04%
  • 100 pH strips 1-14

Materials needed but not supplied:

  • 50 ml buret
  • Lab stands with clamps
  • 10 ml and 25 ml volumetric pipettes
  • Test tubes and test tube racks
  • Pipette bulbs or pi pumps
  • Erlenmeyer flasks
  • Graduated cylinders
  • Distilled or deionized water
  • Wash bottles
  • Electronic balance, 0.001 g resolution

Item Weight: 4
Age: 15 yrs. - 18 yrs.
Subject Areas: Chemistry
Assembly Required: false
Grade: 10 - 12
School Type: High School
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