Electrolytes - Ionic compounds
The purpose of this lab activity is to teach your students how to identify electrolytes and non-electrolytes. It also provides great practice with naming and formula writing of organic and inorganic compounds. Students will learn how to write chemical equations for electrolytes and predict which substances would be good conductors of electricity. Helpful teacher prep guide and great lab graphics make this lab easy for students to record their data and even easier for teachers to grade!
This lab activity includes:
•Student lab sheet
•Teacher Prep Guide
Great for honors-level chemistry students, but can be modified for college-prep and lower level chemistry classes as well.
Other Naming and Formula Writing lessons you may be interested in:
Lesson Plan: Intro to Formula Writing and Properties of Ionic and Molecular Compounds
Lesson Plan: Writing Chemical Formulas for Ionic Compounds
Lesson Plan: Writing Chemical Names for Ionic Compounds
Lesson Plan: Naming and Formula Writing for Acids
Lesson Plan: Naming and Formula Writing for Molecular Compounds
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To purchase homework worksheets only:
Homework Worksheets: Naming and Formula Writing for Ionic and Molecular Compounds
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Power Points: Set of 5 - Naming and Formula Writing
Great labs/activities that reinforce these concepts:
Lab Activity: Precipitation Reactions (Practice with Naming and Formula Writing)
Lab Activity: Electrical Conductivity of Solutions
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