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- Chemical Reactions
Chemical Reactions - Student Laboratory Kit
AP4859
Millions of chemical reactions occur around us every second of every day. They are involved in the making of food, paper, plastics, and fuels, and enable us to breathe, grow, see, and digest and metabolize food. In this laboratory activity, students ...
 
Chemical Reactions - Super Value Laboratory Kit
AP4860
Millions of chemical reactions occur around us every second of every day. They are involved in the making of food, paper, plastics, and fuels, and enable us to breathe, grow, see, and digest and metabolize food. In this laboratory activity, students ...
 
Flinn's Exploring Chemistry™ - Chemical Reactions Package
AP7629
Everything you need to teach chemical reactions! You get one great experiment, three terrific demonstrations, as well as a POGIL™ activity. Chemical reactions are the lifeblood of chemistry, and developing students’ chemical literacy skills is fundam...
 
Balancing Equations - Super Value Kit
AP4577
Are you looking for a simple and innovative way to help your students visualize the balancing of equations and the Law of Conservation of Matter? Use this hands-on kit to make the abstract concept of “atoms” become more visual and real for students. ...
 
Reactions, Predictions and Net Ionic Equations - Student Laboratory Kit
AP8914
Students will predict and write 26 reactions knowing only the chemical names involved in the reactions. Students will then proceed to set up all 26 reactions. Based on their observations, students will correct their written equations. This lab will g...
 
Exploring Chemical Reactions with Food Dyes - Student Laboratory Kit
AP7418
Dyes color our world and are found in everything from clothing to food. Yet only seven dyes are used to make all of the artificial colors seen in food made in the United States. Food processing is a rigorous undertaking—explore how these dyes may cha...
 
Sequence of Chemical Reactions - Student Laboratory Kit
AP5605
Start with copper—end with copper! Students perform a series of chemical reactions to convert copper metal to its nitrate, hydroxide, oxide, chloride, phosphate, sulfate, and finally back to copper metal. Students practice many standard laboratory te...
 
Recycling Aluminum - Synthesis of Alum - Student Laboratory Kit
AP7404
Produce something new—synthesize! Aluminum potassium sulfate (alum) is used for many different purposes—from pickling foods to aftershave for men. Students perform a multi-step chemical reaction starting with a common household ingredient—aluminum fo...
 
Recycling Copper - A Four Reaction Copper Cycle - Student Laboratory Kit
AP6882
How old is the copper penny in your pocket? It may be older than you think! Recovery and recycling of copper metal is a thriving industry. The purpose of this experiment is to carry out a sequence of chemical reactions that starts with copper and end...
 
Synthesis of a Coordination Compound - Student Laboratory Kit
AP6447
Some of the most colorful and interesting compounds to study in chemistry are the coordination compounds. These compounds are usually salts that contain a complex ion; that is, a metal atom bonded to small polar anions, or ligands. In this two-part l...
 
What Is a Chemical Reaction? Student Laboratory Kit
AP6269
Chemical change is a central part of our modern world. Although it is responsible for most of the energy, materials, and medicines that we depend on in our daily lives, chemical change may be mostly invisible to students. What is a chemical change? H...
 
Rockets, Reactions and Ratios—Guided-Inquiry Kit
AP8064
Take the common reaction of baking soda and vinegar to new heights in this exciting STEM inquiry-based competition! The goal is to find the right ratio of rocket mass to baking soda mass to propel a paper rocket a vertical distance of 1 meter. Studen...
 
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