Acidic, Basic, and Neutral Salts

Acidic,Basic, and Neutral Salts

Acidic,Basic, and Neutral Salts

AnnisHapkiewicz composes the video, “”which is created by Flinn Scientific, Inc. Published in 1999 thevideo gives an overview of acids, bases, and neutral salts.Hapkiewicz starts with a brief explanation of how an acid reacts witha base to form a salt and water. She elaborates by use of an example.She explains that not all salts are neutral. Nevertheless, some areacidic while others are basic.

Thisvideo elaborates the formation of a salt by reacting an acid and abase. Hapkiewicz defines salt as a product of neutralization reactionbetween an acid and a base. She also gives examples of neutral,acidic, and basic salts. A strong acid and a strong base react toform a neutral salt. A weak base and strong acid react to form anacidic salt. Additionally, a weak acid and a strong base react toform a basic salt (Hapkiewicz,1999).The content in the video promotes inquiry learning because Hapkiewiczexplains the theory part in an experiment. However, she does not giveany relevant research.

Thesoundtrack of the video is clear and amazing. In addition, Hapkiewiczability to choose appropriate examples is astounding. Furthermore,the video encourages one to think and reflect. For instance, whenHapkiewicz is writing down the equation, one is motivated to thinkabout the results.

Theonly negative aspect about this video is its short duration. Thevideo took only eleven minutes to explain a whole topic. This topicis so wide hence, there is more that the audience needs to know.Otherwise, everything was awesome and astounding.

Thisfilm, “” is excellent. I am somuch impressed by this film, and the strategies used to explain everyconcept. It is evident that every student who watches this video islikely to grasps much knowledge, as well as learns a lot. This videois helpful to every student who has troubles in the acids and basestopic. Likewise, it answers many questions regarding the same topic.

References

Hapkiewicz,A. (1999). Weak Acids and Bases. Retrieved November 3, 2015, fromhttps://elearning.flinnsci.com/secure/Library.aspx?product=EL9080