National Standards for Grade Levels 10-14


Loaded with important concepts and techniques for the AP Chemistry student; determine the equilibrium constant using Le Chatelier’s principle and Beer’s Law (using spectrophotometry) to determine equilibrium concentrations of reactants and products. Addresses the inquiry question: What is the effect of temperature on the equilibrium constant? Minimal prep time; easily adapted to three shorter lab periods. State of the Art instructor’s manual features background material, easy to follow stepwise protocols, assessment questions, sample data, modeled calculations, and an answer key.


Additional equipment required:

  • Spectrophotometers
  • Glassware
  • Thermometers


Meets AP Science Practices 2 & 7. Designed to accommodate 24 students working in groups of two.

Determining the Equilibrium Constant (and Temperature’s Effect) with Beer’s Law

SKU: 16-117
  • Sh. wt. 6lbs, DIM 12” x 8” x 8”

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