Science - Chemistry
Students will understand the properties that describe solutions in terms of concentration, solutes, solvents, and the behavior of acids and bases.
In this simulation apply changes in initial concentrations and strength to see how the concentration of acid or base can be measured.
Chemistry OER Textbook for Utah SEEd Standards
The Utah Science Open Educational Resources (OER) textbook project was started to bring Utah teachers together to create a resource that aligns to Utah core science standards. The Utah Science OER textbooks are not intended to be curriculum as they do not include labs, assessments, or a teacher guide with answers. They are intended as a reference material for students with content to support teachers classroom instruction and help make sense of science concepts found in standards. This OER textbook is also available in other languages at https://www.uen.org/oer/index.shtml.
ChemTeam: Acid Base Table of Contents
ChemTeam's acid/base module. Once again, a thorough review.
ChemTeam: Solutions, Concentration, and . . .
A module with tutorials on solutions, molarity, molality, solubility, and colligative properties.
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.
This simulation shows how changes in solute and/or solution volume affects the Molarity concentration of several different substances.
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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