Module 6 - Acids and Bases

 

Module 6: Acids and Bases is the second module of the new NSW HSC Chemistry curriculum. In this module, students will explore the different properties and uses of acids and bases. Ideas that will be explored in section will include acid-base models, naming acids, buffers, and titration. 

Properties of Acids and Bases

  • Section 1 (M6 S1): Acid-Base Models
  • Section 2 (M6 S2): Nomenclature of Inorganic Acids and Bases
  • Section 3 (M6 S3): Acid-Base Reactions
  • Section 4 (M6 S4): Neutralisation Reactions in Life and Industry

 

Using Brønsted-Lowry Theory

  • Section 5 (M6 S5): Acid and Base Strength
  • Section 6 (M6 S6): Calculations: (pH, pOH, pKa, enthalpy of neutralisation)
  • Section 7 (M6 S7): Brønsted-Lowry Theory 

 

Acid Dissociation

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Buffers

  • Section 8 (M6 S8): Acidic, Basic and Neutral Salts
  • Section 9 (M6 S9): Acid/Base Analysis 
  • Section 10 (M6 S10): Buffers

 

Quantitative Analysis

  • Section 11 (M6 S11): Indicators
  • Section 12 (M6 S12): Titration Part 1 - Method and Calculation
  • Section 13 (M6 S13): Titration Part 2 - Suitable Indicators 
  • Section 14 (M6 S14): Titration Part 3 - Buffers in Titration