Students calculate the pH during the titration of a weak base. A text to accompany the worksheet is also provided.

Students examine solubility equilibria including the influence of pH and complexation of the metal species on solubility. A text that accompanies the worksheet and explains the answers to the questions is also available.

Students examine EDTA complexes and the influence of pH and other metal ions on complexation.

Students explore basic concepts of chemical equilibrium calculations when completing this activity.

Students explore basic aspects of atomic spectroscopy including absorption and emission. Flame and graphite furnace AA are covered. ICP emission spectroscopy is covered. The importance of matrix effects is developed. There is an associated text that explains the answers to the questions on the worksheet.

Students explore basic aspects of luminescence spectroscopy including energy level diagrams and the processes of fluorescence and phosphorescence. Processes that result in fluorescence quenching are also covered. There is an associated text that explains the answers to the questions on the worksheet.

Students explore basic aspects of infrared spectroscopy including the operation of an FT-IR. There is an associated text that explains the answers to the questions on the worksheet.

Students explore basic aspects of UV/Vis spectroscopy including effects of conjugation, non-bonding electrons and solvent on the observed spectrum. There is an associated text that explains the answers to the questions on the worksheet.

Students explore basic aspects of spectroscopy including aspects of electromagnetic radiation, Beerâ€™s Law and instrumental components. There is an associated text that explains the answers to the questions on the worksheet.

Students explore calculating the pH of weak acids and bases, buffers and neutralization reactions. A text to accompany the exercise is also provided.