Ward's® Chemistry Colors of a pH Indicator Lab Activity

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Ward's® Chemistry Colors of a pH Indicator Lab Activity
Educational Classroom Kits and Activities
Simple Yet Effective Demonstration

  • Students become more familiar with acid/base chemistry
  • Involves calculations involving dilutions, molarity, pH, and pOH
  • Requires less that 40 minutes to complete
  • Recommended for Grades 7-12
This lab activity helps students become familiarized with the concepts of molarity, dilutions, indicators and PH. Start off with 1 M solutions and then dilute them from a pH of 0 to 14 to a pH of 7. The colors of the solutions will change accordingly as the acidity is altered.

Ordering information: Materials include Hydrochloric acid, Sodium hydroxide, universal indicator. Materials required but not included: test tubes, test tube rack, graduated cylinders, DI water, pipets.

Delivery information: Due to the nature of this item, it cannot be shipped by air under any circumstances. Please select ground shipping at time of checkout.

Caution: Hazardous materials.