In this experiment, you will determine the pH of several aqueous salt solutions using the indicator strip method. By analyzing the resulting pH, you will then be able to determine whether or not the ions resulting from dissociation react with water molecules, and if they do, whether or not it is a cationic or anionic reaction. Enough materials for 15 groups.
1 x 10g Sodium Chloride, Crystal
1 x 10g Magnesium Sulfate, Heptahydrate, Crystal
1 x 10g Barium Chloride, Dihydrate, Crystal
1 x 10g Ammonium Chloride, Granular
1 x 10g Lead Nitrate, Crystal
1 x 10g Iron(III) Chloride, Anhydrous, Crystal
1 x 10g Aluminum Sulfate, Crystal
1 x 10g Sodium Acetate, Trihydrate, Crystal
1 x 10g Sodium Carbonate, Anhydrous, Powder
1 x 10g Sodium Bicarbonate, Anhydrous, Powder
4 Packs / 50 each - Universal Indicator Strips
2 Packs / 50 each - pH Indicator Strips (x4)
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