Description of the pH environment of the solution

Objective:

To describe the pH environment of a solution

Expected Outcomes:

Determining whether a solution is an acidic, neutral, or alkaline medium

Virtual experiment 

The figure below shows the functions each button performs.

Workflow:

Step 1. When you enter the virtual experiment “describing the pH environment of a solution”, you have three different sections: macro, micro, and my solution. In this activity, you will choose the macro section and conduct your experiments in that section.

Step 2. Choose the type of solution. (For example, water.)

Step 3. Determine the pH of the solution medium using the pH scale. (pH=7)

Step 4. Select the next type of solution.

Step 5. Determine the pH of the solution medium using the pH scale.

Step 6. Pour the solution into a bowl.

Step 7. Determine the pH of the solution. Are there any changes? Why?

Step 8. Dilute by pouring water into the solution.

Step 9. Determine the pH of the solution. Are there any changes? Why?

Step 10. You can choose other types of grout and repeat the above steps.

Conclusion

While creating the virtual work, it was discovered that each solution has its own pH environment.