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Publication Date: 01/01/2015
Type: Lesson Plans
Title: Determination of the Molar Volume of Gas: Teacher's Edition
Author: Dave Waddell
Abstract: Part of the Rehab the Lab series, this document is provided to King County schools to help them manage their hazardous chemicals. This teacher's guide is one of a set of 11 lab lessons and a Bio Lab guide that can be downloaded individually or as a collection. This document covers the Topical Unit of Instruction: Gases or Moles. This is the teacher's edition; an accompanying student guide is also available. The only hazardous waste generated from this experiment is excess hydrochloric acid, which can be readily neutralized and disposed to the sewer. The copper wire doesn't react and can be used indefinitely.
Filesize: 161.9 KB
Last update on: 01/14/2015

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