AP Chem II Labs

All laboratories can be found in the College Board AP Chemistry lab manual: AP Chemistry Guided Inquiry Experiments, The College Board, 2013.

AP Chemistry Required Labs:

AP # Title 

1 What is the Relationship Between the Concentration of a Solution and the Amount of Light Transmitted Through the Solution? 

2 How Can Color Be Used to Determine the Mass Percent of Copper in Brass? 

3 What Makes Hard Water Hard? 

4 How Much Acid is in Fruit Juice and Soft Drinks? 

5 Sticky Question: How Do You Separate Molecules That Are Attracted to One Another? 

6 What’s in That Bottle? 

7 Using the Principle That Each Substance Has Unique Properties to Purify a Mixture: An Experiment in Applying Green Chemistry to Purification 

8 How Can We Determine the Actual Percentage of H202 in a Drugstore Bottle of Hydrogen Peroxide? 

9 Can the Individual Components of a Quick Ache Relief Be Used to Resolve Consumer Complaints? 

10 How Long Will That Marble Statue Last? 

11 What is the Rate Law of the Fading of Crystal Violet Using Beer’s Law?

12 The Hand Warmer Design Challenge: Where Does the Heat Come From?

13 Can We Make the Colors of the Rainbow? An Application of LeChatelier’s Principle 

14 How Do the Structure and Initial Concentration of an Acid and a Base Influence the pH of the Resultant Solution During a Titration? 

15 To What Extent Do Common Household Products Have Buffering Activity?

16 The Preparation and Testing of an Effective Buffer: How Do Components Influence a Buffer’s pH and Capacity? 

Note- Additional laboratories will be supplemented by the instructor for topics not sufficiently covered in the College Board AP Chemistry Lab Manual.

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