Lesson Plan: Titration Calculations Chemistry

This lesson plan includes the objectives, prerequisites, and exclusions of the lesson teaching students how to use the results from a titration experiment to calculate unknown properties of a solution.

Objectives

Students will be able to

  • recall how to calculate the number of moles from concentration and volume,
  • recall how to convert between mol/dm3 and g/dm3,
  • recall how to use balanced equations and ratios to calculate the number of moles of one reactant from the volume of another reactant,
  • calculate what volume of an acid is needed to neutralize a base and vice versa,
  • calculate the concentration of an acid from the volume of base that neutralizes it and vice versa,
  • use the results from a titration experiment to calculate an unknown concentration of a solution.

Prerequisites

Students should already be familiar with

  • molar concentrations,
  • balancing equations.

Exclusions

Students will not cover

  • performing titration experiments,
  • back-titration calculations,
  • pH or indicators.

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