ConductivityWhat’s the (end) point?

While it is not explicitly mentioned in the curriculum, conductivity is a useful technique for following the progress of quite a few reactions, especially neutralisation reactions. It can also help illustrate the concept of ion mobility.

Conductivity flasks are generally expensive but this version uses a simple, home made substitute that, despite not being as accurate as one bought for the purpose will get perfectly usable results for the cost of a few pence.

What’s the (end) point – Experiment Guide

What’s the (end) point – Teacher’s Guide

What’s the (end) point – Technician’s Guide

What’s the (end) point – Risk Assessment

What’s the (end) point – Blank graphs for pupils

What’s the (end) point – Introductory powerpoint