After completing this activity, students will be able to: Choose appropriate glassware for solution preparation Demonstrate proper solution preparation Dilute and recalculate the original concentration of solution
After completing this activity, students will be able to: Convert between different types of concentration units. Calculate the final concentration of a solution following dilution(s). Determine the original amount of an analyte in a sample following quantitative sample preparation.
Students learn to: Determine volumes and concentrations in dilution calculations.
Convert between different concentration units (e.g., ppm to M).
Interpret a procedure for making a particular solution and assess the advantages of different dilution schemes.
Choose the appropriate piece of glassware to ensure the desired level of precision of a particular solution.
Compare the tolerance of…
Students learn to: Apply concepts of accuracy, tolerances, and significant figures to a practical laboratory scenario.
Develop scientific “common sense”.
Communicate (oral and written) scientific concepts related to calibration and standardization.