This editable PowerPoint, notes page, and practice set was designed to introduce or review several common ways to describe the concentration of a solution ( (v/v), (m/v), (m/m), ppm/ppb, and molarity). Created for and used with my own applied chemistry students, the focus is on real-life applications of concentration. The lesson is easily broken into smaller segments.
Full solutions to the sample problems are provided within the PowerPoint. The final slide is set up for you to enter homework or practice instructions.
The practice set includes 3 additional problems for each of the 5 methods for describing concentration: (v/v), (m/v), (m/m), ppm/ppb, and molarity. Answers are included in a separate file.
Suitable for any introductory chemistry course.
Suitable for Ontario courses SCH3U and SCH4C. This lesson could also be used as review for SCH4U.
All the documents are fully editable, so you can adjust them to suit the needs of your classroom.
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