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Experiment B1
Physical Chemistry of Solutions

Measuring electrolyte cnductivity

Measuring electrolyte conductivity.

As the title suggests, this experiment investigates the different properties of solutions. Activities in this experiment include crystal growing, supersaturation, electrolyte conductivity measurements, colligative properties, osmosis using dialysis tubing, and diffusion using salt, sugar, and instant coffee solutions.

Equipment List Chemical List
four test tubes
50-mL beaker
150-mL beaker
alcohol thermometer
dialysis tubing
stir stick
conductivity apparatus
paper towels *
string *
ruler *
pencil or pen *
stove *
rock salt
instant coffee
corn syrup
salt sugar *
vinegar *
ice *

* Not included in the kit; must be provided by the student at home.

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