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Titration screen experiment

Description

The titration screen experiment is an interactive resource which allows you to run your own experiment. Each of the four levels take approximately 30 minutes to complete and are designed to be used as pre-lab activities in class or as homework.
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The titration screen experiment is an interactive resource which allows you to run your own experiment. Each of the four levels take approximately 30 minutes to complete and are designed to be used as pre-lab activities in class or as homework.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

The titration screen experiment has been designed to be a free flexible tool for teachers and students. You can choose to carry out a strong acid - strong base titration (or any combination of strong and weak acid-base titrations). There is also a redox titration experiment to complete in order for students to practise their understanding and skills.

This resource meets the needs of many specifications for students of ages 14-18 years.

This resource allows students to run their own titration experiment on a computer or tablet before taking part in the real thing. The advantages to this approach are that the students will become more confident and familiar with the procedures in the laboratory. They may also feel less rushed and better understand the reason for each task. After using this resource feedback suggests there is more time in class to focus on practical skills and developing understanding.

The Royal Society of Chemistry would like to thank Dr Simon Rees (Chemistry Teaching Fellow, The Foundation Centre, Durham University) for his help and advice during the development of this resource.