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Chemistry Honors/AP

Chapter 22: Sections 8-10

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Kotz and Triechel, Chemistry and Chemical Reactivity Chapter 22: Sections 1-6.

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Videos for Chapter 22: Principles of Chemical Reactivity: Transition Group Elements

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AP LAB #18 GUIDED INQUIRY — — GUIDED INQUIRY — Titration quantitative analysis methods — Phase I

Choose two different common household chemicals such as a food juice, vinegar, or cleaning solution. Select an appropriate method to measure the expected pH range, and design a procedure to analyze of the acidity of your items, (e.g., using titration acid-base or redox methods). Resources: