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IB Chemistry: Practical Scheme of Work


Marking proforma


A selection will be made from the following

Practical

Book reference

Assessment

Stoichiometry

 

 

 

Finding the volume of 1 mole of hydrogen gas.

None

Determination of the Cu content of CuO

None

Determination of the molecular formula of an organic

None

Determination of the formula mass of a metal hydroxide.

None

Determination of the number of moles of water in hydrated sodium carbonate.

None

Determination of the molecular mass of calcium carbonate by back titration

None

Determination of the RMM of a volatile liquid.

None

Molar volume of hydrogen

CLM Expt 15

Empirical formula of magnesium oxide

CLM Expt 4

Molar volume of butane from a lighter

CLM Expt 14

Determination of the molecular mass of calcium carbonate by back titration.

None

Preparation of Mohr’s salt

N 1.4a

Preparation of iron alum

N 1.4b

Atomic Structure

Colours of flames (group I and II)

N 3.2

Periodicity

 

 

Bonding

Properties of ionic compounds

N 3.4

Physical Properties and Chemical Bonding in Solids See sheet DC

Physical properties of compounds and intermolecular forces

IB Inv 16

Solubility of molecular compounds

N 7.4a

Soluble laundry bags

N 7.4b

Strength of intermolecular forces

CLM Expt 10

Conductivity of ionic and covalent molecular substances

CLM Expt 9

Making metallic models

N 15.2

States of matter

 

 

Energetics

Measuring energy changes

N 4.1 and CLM Exp 30

Enthalpy of combustion of alcohols 

N 6.2

Determining an enthalpy of vaporization

N 9.3

Enthalpies of solution

N 9.5a

Enthalpies of hydration

N 9.5b

Investigating entropy

N 10.1

Enthalpy of formation of potassium hydrogen carbonate

N 4.2

Entropy in the N2O4 ßŕ 2NO2 equilibrium

N  11.8

Kinetics

Kinetic study of the reaction between Mn(VII) and ethanedioic acid

N 15.5

Reactions between CaCO3 and HCl

N 8.2a

Reaction between iodine and propanoic acid

N 8.2b

Effect of temperature on rate

N 8.4

Investigating catalysis

N 8.5a

Equilibrium

Investigating reversible reactions

N 11.1

Measuring Kc

N 11.2

Acids and bases

Investigating acids / different kinds of acids

N 3.5 & N 11.3

Determining Ka

N 11.4

pH change during an acid-base titration

N 11.5

Using an acid-base titration to find the solubility of Cs(OH)2

N 3.6

Buffer solutions

N 11.6a

Concentration of ethanoic acid in vinegar

N 11.6b

Effectiveness of antacids

CLM Exp 50

Redox

Determining the iron content in wire

CLM Exp 56/57/58

The Danielle cell

N 13.1b

Investigating simple cells

N 13.1c

Fe(III) + iodide ions

N 13.2a

The Thermit reaction

N 1.2

Reactions between halogen and halide

N 5.2

Halogens + alkalis

N 5.3a

Preparation of potassium iodate

N 5.3b

Reaction between sodium thiosulphate and iodine

N 5.3c

Determing the purity of potassium iodate (V)

N 5.3d

Reactions of halides

N 5.4

Reactions of sodium chlorate (I)

N 5.5a

Reaction between bromine and sodium thiosulphate

N 5.5b

Oxidising properties of nitric acid

N  17.2b

Reactions of potassium halates (V)

N 5.6

Redox properties of Fe

N 15.3a

Redox reactions of V

N 15.3c

Stabilizing an unusual oxidation state

N 15.4b

Cu (II) complexes

N 15.4a

Organic Chemistry

Extracting and testing  limonene

N 2.1a/b

Reactions of alcohols (including oxidation)

N 2.3b

Making cyclohexene from cyclohaxanol

N 2.4

Making ginger beer / fermentation

N 2.6a

Properties of alkanes (including photolysis)

N 7.2

Preparation and properties of halogenoalkanes

N 7.4a/b

Reactions of alkenes

N 7.5

Reactions of arenas

N 7.7

Reactions of ethanoic acid

N 12.1a

Oxidation of cyclohexanone

N 12.1b

Reactions of carboxylic acid derivatives

N 12.2

Preparation of some esters

CLM Exp 69

Reaction of phenols

N 12.3a

Preparations using 2-hydroxybenzoic acid (asprin etc.)

N 12.3b

Reactions of amines

N 12.4

Preparing chiral compounds

N 14.1

Reactions of carbohydrates

N 14.2

Hydrolysis of lipids

N 14.3

Investigating proteins

N 14.4a

Chromotographic separation of amino acids

N 14.4b

Enzyme catalysed hydrolysis of urea

N 14.4c

PH of amino acid solutions

N 14.4d

Polymerisation reactions

N 14.6a

Properties of ‘slime’

N 14.6b

Preparations and properties of soap

CLM Exp 68

Synthesis of 3-nitrobenzoate in 2 steps

N 16.2

Diazotization and coupling reactions

N 17.4a

Dyeing fabrics

N 17.4b

Other Inorganic reactions

Preparations and properties of iron chlorides

N 15.6a/b

Reactions of ammonia

N 17.3a

Percentage of N in fertiliser

N 17.3b

Nitrates in nature

N 17.5

Preparation and properties of common gases

CLM Expt 16-22

 

CLM refers to Chemistry Laboratory Manual for senior secondary school, 2nd edn. Edited by P.J. Garnett, J.D. Anderton and P.J Garnett, pub. STAWA

N. refers to Nuffield Advanced science: Chemistry, 3rd edn., pub. Longman.

IB refers to A Portfolio of Investigations for use with the IB chemistry Programme, John Green, pub. IBID Press.