Chemistry 2.1 and 3.1 Titration Investigations
The School of Physical and Chemical Sciences makes the laboratories available to New Zealand schools for students to undertake their Chemistry 2.1 and 3.1 investigations. The University will provide staff and graduate students to assist your students along with the glassware, equipment and most of the chemicals that you will need. Solutions of chemicals can be provided as long as the dilutions and quantities are requested five working days in advance.
We prefer students to do assessments which have been tested and proved, linked below. They have been developed with the Canterbury Science Teachers Association and are intended for use by students carrying out the Chemistry 3.1 standard. A student may be permitted to take on an alternative investigation, but the written protocol must be submitted three full weeks in advance for safety reasons.
- Determination of Ethanol Concentration in Aqueous Solutions (PDF 169KB)
- Determination of Chloride Ion Concentration by Titration (Mohr) (PDF 129KB)
- Determination of Chloride Ion Concentration by Gravimetry (PDF 105KB)
- Determination of Chloride Ion Concentration by Titration (Volhard) (PDF 125KB)
- Determination of Vitamin C Concentration by Titration (PDF 185KB)
- Determination of Vitamin C Concentration by Titration (Iodate) (PDF 355KB)
- Determination of Calcium Ion Concentration (PDF 240KB)
- Determination of Total Calcium and Magnesium Ion Concentration (PDF 143KB)
- Determination of Iodate in Iodised Salt by Redox Titration (PDF 139KB)
- Determination of Iron by Thiocyanate Colorimetry (PDF 171KB)
- Determination of Iron by Thiocyanate Colorimetry (no colorimeter) (PDF 176KB)
- Determination of Manganese Concentration in Fertiliser (PDF 77KB)
- Determination of Phosphate Concentration in Soil (PDF 146KB)
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Chemistry 3.2 Spectroscopy
The School of Physical and Chemical Sciences runs an interactive spectroscopy presentation followed by a tour of our state-of-the-art instrument suite. To make full use of this workshop we recommend that your students have done at least some of the work for the Chemistry 3.2 standard, otherwise it would not be so effective.
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