With this kit, students learn how acid-based titrations operate.
- Activities Identify Concentration of Unknown Acids in Solutions
- Students Learn How Acid-Based Titrations Operate
- Required Items Included
- Kit Uses Developers I, II, III, and IV
A major challenge for any scientist is identifying what and how much of something is in a solution. One of the most common measurement techniques used is titration.
The activities in this kit focus on how acid-base titrations work and how to identify the concentration of an unknown acid. It includes required items and uses Developers I, II, III, and IV.
Ordering information: This kit includes sodium hydroxide, hydrochloric acid, phenolphthalein indicator, a universal indicator, universal indicator color charts, and reaction vessels.