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- Thermodynamics
Calorimetry Basics - Specific Heat Super Value Laboratory Kit
Calories! Food has calories, but can a metal or other object have calories too? Introduce your students to the basics of calorimetry with this hands-on specific heat activity! Raise your students' interest and curiosity as they see how calories can b...
Discovering Instant Cold Packs - Guided-Inquiry Kit
Instant cold packs are familiar first aid devices used to treat injuries. Why does the cold pack feel cold? How much heat is absorbed when the cold pack solid dissolves? In this inquiry-based lab activity, students analyze a cold pack, design a calor...
Exothermic & Endothermic Reactions - An Energy Changes Laboratory Kit
Heat in? Heat out? Which is it? Introduce students to the energy changes that take place during exothermic and endothermic chemical reactions. In this lab activity, students perform three separate reactions—including both neutralization and dissolvin...
Heats of Reaction and Hess's Law - Small-Scale Calorimetry Laboratory Kit
An intense flame, blinding light, and searing heat—magnesium burning in air is a dazzling reaction. But how much heat is produced when magnesium burns? In this advanced-level microscale experiment, students use an indirect method and Hess's Law to de...
Flinn's Exploring Chemistry™ Thermochemistry Package
The only thing constant in life is change. This is certainly true in chemistry, where physical, chemical and energy changes are all interrelated. Fully explore these relationships with this comprehensive set of activities—two demonstrations, one expe...
Thermodynamics in a Bag - Super Value Kit
Introduce the topic of thermodynamics using the hands-on activities provided in this kit. Students will experience exothermic and endothermic reactions as they perform three different chemical reactions. All the reactions are performed in heavy-duty,...
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