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Introduction to Articulating and Addressing a Chemical Question
 

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    Introduction to Articulating and Addressing a Chemical Question Introduction to Articulating and Addressing a Chemical Question Presentation Transcript

    • Introduction to Articulating and Addressing a Chemical Question Reaction of Magnesium with Aqueous Acids– A Simple Research-like Experience
    • Steps • Asking a question • Designing an approach • Collecting data • Analyzing data • Revising plan and collecting more data if needed • Summarizing data and preparing a report
    • Chemical Kinetics-Study of rates of reactions
    • Apparatus from earlier experiment • Insert drawing of apparatus
    • Common early ‘errors’ • Using too much Mg and too much H2 is generated • [HCl] to high and rate too fast • Not asking a focused question
    • Concluding Comments • This is not research but an opportunity for students to address a question and design an approach • Covers a topic typically covered in the class and lab • Students have time to design an approach and to ‘fail’ and redesign. • Students are asked to draw conclusions and communicate results