• Read and review Chapter 13 and 14 in your textbook
• Read all instructions carefully
• Watch all videos as they provide all necessary information
• This is an INDIVIDUAL/INDEPENDENT project
• DO NOT plagiarism from the Internet
• TurnIn is active and will flag any similarities
• Paraphrase and summarize
• Remember, less text on slides (use note section to add explanations
• Can modify slides anyway you want
• Make sure your background, if any, is not too dark and font size must
be at least 24 points.
• Review Rubric and provide your answers based on that
• This assignment is worth 100 points, minimal effort will be rewarded
with minimal points.
Might include such as:
• What is titration
• Purpose of titration
• Why it is done
Note: Remember that your slides
should not contain a lot of text,
use note section to add
definitions, more examples,
Importance of titration in nursing
and in your future career
At least 5 sentences or bullet points and explanation in the notes.
Don’t forget references in you use any outside resources
Figures/pictures are welcome to emphasize the point
List the instruments and glassware that you will use when
performing a titration.
Can use bullet points and pictures such as:
You might use notes section to explain the purpose of each
What chemicals are needed?
Can be separate slide or you can combine with
List and explain the procedures for this experiment
Remember, your purpose is to present detailed enough steps that I
can look at them and perform the experiment by myself.
You are the teacher and I am the student
Advice: use bullet points, pictures and diagrams.
Hint: the provided YouTube video has all the experimental steps
Observations and Expectations
List the observations and write your expectations. This
might include color change and when the equivalence
point (endpoint) might be reached.
When do you stop and why.
Visual aid might be helpful to convey your point
Initial NaOH level in
Final NaOH level in
Volume (mL) of
This is just an information slide:
You must show all your step-by-step calculations with proper formulas, units and
significant figures (for finals answers for Molarity of Acetic Acid and % Mass of Acid in
review Chapter 2 for multi-step calculations:
addition/substraction: fewest decimal places
multiplication/division: fewest significant figures
You must follow steps 3-10 (step 1-2 are given for your as hypothetical data)
You can either type your steps and answers (might be time consuming) or you can write
them on the paper/digital tablet and insert as the picture in the slides.
You can have more than two steps on each page but…
Make sure that your calculations are legible and neat. Remember, if I cannot follow or
understand what is written, I will go by assumption it is not there.
Average volume of NaOH used (mL):
Average volume of NaOH used (L):
Moles of NaOH used in titration:
Moles of HC2H3O2 neutralized by NaOH:
Molarity of HC2H3O2 (M):
Grams of HC2H3O2 (g):
Percent (m/v) of HC2H3O2 in vinegar (%):
This is optional!
At least two scholarly sources should be used (your textbook
can be one of the sources). For proper referencing of your
resources consult Library on Canvas, APA 7th Edition Guide.
Review how to proper cite:
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