AP LABS 9 UNITS

UNIT 00 - AP CHEMISTRY PREAMBLE
00B Density (Significant Figures)
00D Inorganic Nomenclature

 

UNIT 01 - ATOMS, ELEMENTS & PERIODICITY
Inquiry 01C What is the formula of the oxide that magnesium forms?*
01C Hydrated Salts (empirical formula)
01E Flame Tests
01F Preparing a standard solution
01F Acid versus hydrogen carbonate solution
UNIT 02 - CHEMICAL BONDING I
02EG Molecular Models
UNIT 03 - CHEMICAL BONDING II & GASES

 

03D Determination of R (the universal gas constant)
03I Thin Layer Chromatography
UNIT 04 - CHEMICAL REACTIONS

 

04E Finding the formula of a hydrated salt
04E Preparing a standard solution (100 mL volumetric)
04E Preparing a standard solution (250 mL volumetric)
04EF Acid versus hydrogen carbonate solution titration (100 mL volumetric, 10 mL pipet)
04EF Acid versus hydrogen carbonate solution titration (250 mL volumetric, 25 mL pipet)
04EF Acid versus hydroxide solution titration (250 mL volumetric, 25 mL pipet)
04EF Acid versus hydroxide solution titration (200 mL volumetric, 10 mL pipet)
04EF Strong acid strong base titration simulation
Inquiry 04EG How much calcium carbonate is in that antacid tablet?*
Inquiry 04FI How accurate are the labels on drugstore hydrogen peroxide bottles?*
04I REDOX Titration Simulation
UNIT 05 - CHEMICAL KINETICS
Inquiry 05AE How does acid conc. affect the rate of erosion of marble?*
05A Rates of Reaction (concentration)
05ABEF Iodine Clock Simulation
UNIT 06 - CHEMICAL THERMODYNAMICS I
Inquiry 06D Which is the best ‘Hot Pack’?*
06D Specific Heat Capacity
06E Cooling Curves (Labquest required)
06F Enthalpy of Neutralization
06I Hess’s Law
UNIT 07 - CHEMICAL EQUILIBRIUM
07I Le Châtelier’s Principle Simulation I
07I Le Châtelier’s Principle Simulation II
07I Le Châtelier’s Principle
UNIT 08 - ACIDS & BASES
Inquiry 08G What is the Ka of ethanoic acid? (Henderson-Hasselbalch half-titration method)*
Inquiry 08G What is the Ka of ethanoic acid (pH curve method)*
UNIT 09 - CHEMICAL THERMODYNAMICS II & ELECTROCHEMISTRY
09AB Entropy and Endothermic Reactions
09C Calculation of Gibbs Free Energy