This unit attempts to provide students with a deeper understanding of the properties of solutions, the process of dissolving, and the role of solvent. Students will explore both the concepts and the applications of basic solution theory. Students will investigate the role of a solvent, including its properties necessary to dissolve the solute. They will also see the effects of changing the colligative properties and how the concentration of a solution changes those properties in different ways.
Demoin, Dustin, "If You Aren't Part of the Solution, You're Part of the Precipitate! [10th-12th grade]" (2009). Understanding by Design: Complete Collection. Paper 94.
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