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Lindsey and Ivy


West Blocton High School, Bibb County School District


This podcast is a student-based project.  This project explains the magic milk lab.  The students lead a step by step explanation of the magic milk lab.  This podcast gives students a visual aid.  This will help them understand what is happening while they are learning about the chemistry of the lesson.

Length: 03:32

Aligned to the following ALEX lesson plan:

Magic Milk

Content Areas: Science

Alabama Course of Study Alignments and/or Professional Development Standard Alignments:

SC (9-12) Chemistry
4. Describe solubility in terms of energy changes associated with the solution process.
  • Using solubility curves to interpret saturation levels
  • Explaining the conductivity of electrolytic solutions
  • Describing acids and bases in terms of strength, concentration, pH, and neutralization reactions
  • Describing factors that affect the rate of solution
  • Solving problems involving molarity, including solution preparation and dilution
    SC (9-12) Chemistry
    5. Use the kinetic theory to explain states of matter, phase changes, solubility, and chemical reactions.
    Example: water at 25 degrees Celsius remains in the liquid state because of the strong attraction between water molecules while kinetic energy allows the sliding of molecules past one another
    SC2015 (9-12) Chemistry
    6. Use mathematics and computational thinking to express the concentrations of solutions quantitatively using molarity.
    a. Develop and use models to explain how solutes are dissolved in solvents.
    b. Analyze and interpret data to explain effects of temperature on the solubility of solid, liquid, and gaseous solutes in a solvent and the effects of pressure on the solubility of gaseous solutes.
    c. Design and conduct experiments to test the conductivity of common ionic and covalent substances in a solution.
    d. Use the concept of pH as a model to predict the relative properties of strong, weak, concentrated, and dilute acids and bases (e.g., Arrhenius and Brønsted-Lowry acids and bases).
    SC2015 (9-12) Chemistry
    9. Analyze and interpret data (e.g., melting point, boiling point, solubility, phase-change diagrams) to compare the strength of intermolecular forces and how these forces affect physical properties and changes.


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