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Standard 6
Students will understand the properties that describe solutions in terms of concentration, solutes, solvents, and the behavior of acids and bases.
Objective 1
Describe factors affecting the process of dissolving and evaluate the effects that changes in concentration have on solutions.
 
  • Acid-Base Solutions
    In this simulation apply changes in initial concentrations and strength to see how the concentration of acid or base can be measured.
  • ChemTeam: Solutions, Concentration, and . . .
    A module with tutorials on solutions, molarity, molality, solubility, and colligative properties.
  • Concentration
    Use this tool to explore how changing the amount of solute and solvent in a mixture affect its appearance and concentration.
  • General Chemistry Online
    Tutorials, notes, glossaries, quizzes, and more.
  • Molarity
    This simulation shows how changes in solute and/or solution volume affects the Molarity concentration of several different substances.
  • pH Scale
    Use this simulation to test the pH of several different substances. The pH levels are shown on either a linear or logarithmic scale.
  • pH Scale Basics
    How does adding or removing water affect pH? Use this simulation to find out.

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