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AP Chemistry Series 16-130A

Target Grades: 10 - 14
Accommodates 24 students working in groups of 2

The Kemtec AP® Chemistry Series includes 16 labs designed to meet the essential laboratory requirements of an AP Chemistry course. As a series, these labs address the 2013 Essential Knowledge, Science Practices, and Learning Objectives established by the AP College Board. Six labs incorporate specific Inquiry components and all labs contain instructions for optional inquiry adaptations. For planning purposes, each manual contains a complete breakdown of the AP Framework correlations for each of the 16 lab experiments.


16-101   Statistics: Precision and Accuracy
16-102   Spectrophotometric Analysis of Copper: Beer’s Law
16-103  Synthesis and Gravimetric Analysis of Cobalt Oxalate Hydrate
16-104   Acid-Base Titrations: An Inquiry Investigation
16-105   Separating Substances by Adsorption Chromatography
16-106   Stoichiometry: Reactions with Copper Compounds
16-107   Stoichiometry: Mole Ratio of an Unknown
16-108   Using Colligative Properties to Determine the Molar Mass of an Unknown
16-109   Determining Molar Mass Using the Ideal Gas Equation
16-110   Reaction Rate and Order
16-112   Determining Molar Enthalpy Using Hess’s Law
16-113   Le Chatelier’s Principle
16-114   Identifying Weak Acids by pKa
16-116   Preparing Buffer Solutions and Determining Their Properties
16-117   Determining the Equilibrium Constant (and Temperature’s Effect) with Beer’s Law
16-121   Electrochemical Cells – Voltaic and Electrolytic


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