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# Middle School

## Products

- Laboratory Kits
Calorimeter, Economy Choice
AP4533
Here it is-the easiest and most inexpensive way to determine the caloric content in solid foods. For instance, to determine the number of calories in a peanut simply suspend a flask containing 50 mL of water in the calorimeter, place a peanut of know...

Calorimetry Basics - Specific Heat Super Value Laboratory Kit
AP5952
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...

Activity-Stations Kit
AP7183
Students will eagerly “take the heat” as they discover for themselves the basic principles of heat transfer with this series of four hands-on experiments. • Students first test the thermal conductivity of different materials and compare their results...

Heat Transfer Kit
AP4536
Students learn about the flow and transfer of heat energy with this hands-on laboratory activity. They fill one insulated container with hot water and the other with cold water; and link the two containers with an aluminum transfer bar-heat transfer ...

Heat and Temperature - Student Laboratory Kit
AP7017
This “series” of four hands-on experiments and one demonstration will provide students with an in-depth understanding of heat, temperature, and heat energy transfer. Students begin by comparing the thermal conductivity of five different metals. They ...

Specific Heat Set - Student Laboratory Kit
AP9220
Heat up five different metal cylinders to exactly the same temperature, add each to a precise amount of water at known temperature, and observe the water temperature change. What variation! Why? Students perform a lab activity and calculate the speci...

Specific Heat Set - Super Value Laboratory Kit
AP7566
Heat up five different metal cylinders to exactly the same temperature, add each to a precise amount of water at known temperature, and observe the water temperature change. What variation! Why? Students perform a lab activity and calculate the speci...

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