aqueous solution chemistry
When water is squeezed into an inverted flask containing ammonia, the ammonia dissolves in the water and the reduced pressure causes a fountain effect.
This is a series of experiments, PhET Interactive Simulation activities, and clicker questions to relate macroscopic and molecular representations of homogenenous solutions. Graphing skills are also used.
This is a combination of activities that will take several class periods or a few class periods and homework if students have computer access outside of classtime.
Electrolysis of a sodium chloride solution produces oxygen at the anode and hydrogen at the cathode.