Solutions Lab

Unit 9: Solutions
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Objective: Students will be able to gain practical experience working with a solute, solvent, and a solution.

Big Idea: Solutions are made of a tiny bit of solute and a large quantity of solvent. In this lab your students will dissolve sugar (solute) into water (solvent) to make sugar water (solution). Practical experience helps reenforce these concepts.

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