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Interactive video lesson plan for: Osmotic Pressure Problems - Chemistry - Colligative Properties, Osmosis

Activity overview:

This chemistry video tutorial explains how to solve osmotic pressure problems. It discusses the driving force of osmosis in a glass u-tube and it shows you how to calculate the molar mass of a solute dissolve in a solution. This video contains plenty of examples and practice problems.

Here is a list of topics:
1. Osmotic Pressure Definition
2. Osmotic Pressure Formula Derivation From Ideal Gas Law Equation
3. Osmosis - Movement of water from high concentration gradient to concentration gradient or high to low osmotic water potential
4. Solute, Solvent and Solution Relationship
5. The Purpose of the Semipermeable Membrane
6. The Glass U-tube Diagram
7. Pressure, Force and Area
8. Equilibrium - Osmotic Driving Force vs Weight Force of Gravity
9. Units of Osmotic Pressure - atm - Dimensional Analysis
10. Gas Constant R - 0.08206
11. Osmotic Pressure, Molarity, and Temperature
12. How to calculate the Molar Mass of a Solute Given Mass in Grams, Osmotic Pressure, and Temperature
13. Van't Hoff Factor i for ionic compounds
14. Nonelectrolytes and Ionization
15. How to calculate the concentration of the solution in Molarity given Mass and Volume

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