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AP6354 - $23.60
Classic AP Requirement #2—Determination of the Percentage of Water in a Hydrate Students analyze aluminum potassium sulfate (alum) using three techniques to determine its exact composition. The following properties are determined—melting point, the...
AP6356 - $29.45
Classic AP Requirement #4—Determination of Molar Mass by Freezing Point Depression   Students determine the molar mass of an unknown substance by measuring the freezing point depression of a solution of the unknown substance and the compound...
AP8813 - $88.10
Classic AP Requirement #1—Determination of the Formula of a Compound Students decompose silver oxide by heating a sample in a crucible. By using analytical techniques, the empirical formula of silver oxide is determined. The Law of Multiple Proportions...
AP8814 - $99.35
Classic AP Requirement #3—Determination of the Molar Mass by Vapor Density The molar masses of specific gases are found by comparing masses of equal volumes of gases at the same temperature and pressure. Oxygen gas is selected as a standard and molar...
AP6450 - $21.80
Classic AP Requirement #5—Determination of the Molar Volume of a Gas In this experiment, students determine the volume of one mole of hydrogen gas at standard temperature and pressure (STP). Hydrogen is generated by the reaction of a known mass of...
AP6451 - $64.95
Classic AP Requirement #9—Determination of Mass and Mole Relationship in a Chemical Reaction Students learn the method of continuous variation to determine the mole ratio of the reactants and predict the chemical formula of the product for specific...
AP8815 - $31.20
Classic AP Requirement #8—Determination of Concentration by Oxidation–Reduction Titration Students standardize a solution of potassium permanganate by redox titration with a standard solution of iron(II) ions. They will then take this potassium permanganate...
AP9083 - $28.30
Classic AP Requirement #6—Standardization of a Solution Using a Primary Standard Classic AP Requirement #7—Determination of Concentration by Acid-Base Titration, Including a Weak Acid or a Weak Base In this three-part laboratory, a basic solution...
AP5913 - $48.85
Classic AP requirement #12—Determination of the Rate of a Reaction and Its Order A microscale laboratory consisting of a comprehensive, quantitative kinetics activity. Students study the kinetics of a clock reaction involving the oxidation of iodide...
AP6358 - $30.00
Classic AP Requirement #10—Determination of the Equilibrium Constant for a Chemical Reaction Students measure the Ka value for the ionization of two unknown weak acids. Solutions containing equal molar amounts of the weak acids and their conjugate...
AP6452 - $51.30
Classic AP Requirement #11—Determination of the Appropriate Indicators for Various Acid-Base TitrationsStudents select the appropriate indicators for two titrations—a weak acid solution titrated with a strong base solution and a weak base solution...
AP8832 - $64.50
Classic AP Requirement #13—Determination of Enthalpy Change Associated with a Reaction In this experiment, students verify Hess's Law. Three acid-base reactions, chosen so that the third reaction equation equals the first reaction minus the second,...
AP6352 - $23.85
Classic AP Requirement #17—Colorimetric or Spectrophotometric Analysis In this two-part lab, students will determine the equilibrium constant for the reaction of iron(III) ions with thiocyanate ions (SCN-). In Part 1, a series of reference solutions...
AP6378 - $36.05
Classic AP Requirement #16—Analytical Gravimetric Determination In this laboratory, students determine the identity of a Group 1 metal carbonate by gravimetric analysis. The unknown is weighed, dissolved in water, and precipitated as calcium carbonate....
AP6453 - $96.40
Classic AP Requirement #14—Separation and Qualitative Analysis of Cations and Anions In this semi-microscale laboratory, students analyze two solution sets of four cations and four anions. For each set, a specific qualitative scheme is followed to...
AP6454 - $49.75
Classic AP Requirement #15—Synthesis of a Coordination Compound and Its Chemical Analysis Students synthesize the coordination compound potassium trioxalatoferrate(III) trihydrate, K3[Fe(C2O4)3]•3H2O. Once produced, the product is identified by colorimetric...
AP5914 - $67.00
Classic AP Requirement #20—Determination of an Electrochemical Series Students study a series of metals and nonmetals to determine their relative reactivity, then rank them according to their reactivity in an activity series. First, the reactivity...
AP6445 - $45.00
Classic AP Requirement 19—Preparation and Properties of Buffer Solutions In this laboratory, students investigate the properties of buffer solutions. The students make two ideal buffer solutions, one consisting of a weak acid and its conjugate base,...
AP9092 - $117.70
Classic AP Requirement #21—Measurements Using Electrochemical Cells and Electroplating A microscale series of half-cells is constructed by placing a piece of metal into a solution of the metal's ions. The half-cells are connected by a salt bridge and...
AP9093 - $93.55
Classic AP Requirement #18—Separation by Chromatography  Separate different colored dyes found in grape Kool-Aid® using chromatography methods that mimic popular methods used in research and industry. Miniature liquid chromatography columns...
AP9094 - $40.75
Classic AP Requirement #22—Synthesis, Purification and Analysis of an Organic Compound Students perform a quantitative esterification reaction to produce ethyl acetate. The lab consists of three parts—in Part 1, the ethyl acetate is prepared, in Part...
AP7625 - $1,065.00
The Flinn Classic AP Chemistry Laboratory Kit Series is available as a cost-saving bundle—everything you need to teach the classic AP Chemistry in one place! Comprehensive bundle includes the following 21 traditional laboratory kits. For more details...
AP7647 - $41.10
Big Idea 3, Investigation 8, Primary Learning Objective 3.9 Old bottles of hydrogen peroxide that are past their expiration dates are often found in medicine cabinets and chemical stockroom shelves. Does the concentration of hydrogen peroxide deteriorate...
AP7644 - $34.85
Big Idea 4, Investigation 11, Primary Learning Objective 4.2 One of the most important considerations in a “green chemistry” analysis is how fast a chemical degrades. Crystal violet is a common, beautiful purple dye. In strongly basic solutions, the...
AP7643 - $57.01
Big Idea 1, Investigation 2, Primary Learning Objective 1.16 The relative proportions of copper, zinc, and iron in brass influence its properties and uses. How can the percent composition of brass be determined to verify these properties The purpose...
AP7642 - $31.15
Big Idea 1, Investigation 1, Primary Learning Objective 1.15 Food dyes are everywhere—from food to drink to cosmetics! How much food dye is actually contained in these products? This advanced inquiry lab allows students to utilize spectroscopy and...
AP7653 - $24.70
Big Idea 3, Investigation 7, Primary Learning Objectives 3.5 and 3.3Many stoichiometry experiments use hazardous chemicals, generate toxic byproducts, and waste excess chemicals. In this lab activity, students design and carry out a green chemistry...
AP7645 - $54.10
Big Idea 1, Investigation 4, Primary Learning Objective 1.20  How much acid is in fruit juice? Fruit juices get their sweet taste from sugars and their sour or tart taste from weak acids such as citric acid. If the juice contains too much sugar,...
AP7656 - $43.95
Big Idea 6, Investigation 14, Primary Learning Objective 6.13 Most products we use every day, including food, beverages, medication and cleaning solutions, have acidic and basic properties! A common question chemists have to answer is how much of a...
AP7654 - $46.80
Big Idea 5, Investigation 12, Primary Learning Objective 5.7 From instant cold packs to flameless ration heaters and hand warmers, the energy changes accompanying physical and chemical transformations have many consumer applications. The backbone of...
AP7660 - $24.90
Big Idea 1, Investigation 3, Primary Learning Objective 1.19 As water flows through rocks and soil, it picks up minerals from the Earth’s surface. Although many minerals are essential for life and health, high levels of calcium, magnesium, and iron...
AP7661 - $60.20
Big Idea 2, Investigation 5, Primary Learning Objective 2.10 The entire palette of artificial food colors is derived from just seven dyes certified by the FDA for use in food, drugs, and cosmetics. How can these FD&C dyes be identified in a mixture?...
AP7659 - $75.40
Big Idea 6, Investigation 13, Primary Learning Objective 6.9 Equilibrium is a balancing act between the rates of forward and reverse reactions involving a system of reactants and products. What happens when the equilibrium is disturbed? Is there a...
AP7663 - $48.30
Big Idea 6, Investigation 16, Primary Learning Objective 6.18 A buffer protects against rapid changes in pH when working with acids or bases. What are buffers made of? How does a buffer work? Can a buffer be designed to be effective in a given pH range?...
AP7664 - $75.85
Big Idea 2, Investigation 6, Primary Learning Objective 2.22 Looking for patterns in the properties of solids can help us understand how and why atoms join together to form compounds. What kinds of forces hold atoms together? How do these forces influence...
AP7665 - $51.95
Big Idea 6, Investigation 15, Primary Learning Objective 6.20 Every living cell contains natural buffer systems to maintain the constant pH needed for proper cell function. Consumer products are also often buffered to safeguard their activity. Students...
AP7662 - $56.50
Big Idea 3, Investigation 9, Primary Learning Objective 3.10 Most over-the-counter drugs consist of mixtures, or physical blends, of active drug ingredient(s) and binders. The main characteristic of a mixture is that it has a variable composition—the...
AP7648 - $102.80
Big Idea 4, Investigation 10, Primary Learning Objective 4.1 What factors determine how fast a chemical reaction will occur? The answer has applications not just in chemistry, but also food science, engineering, and even art and architecture. Consider...
AP7655 - $780.21
Save money by purchasing Flinn’s Advanced Inquiry Kits for AP Chemistry as a bundle rather than individually! • Each Advanced Inquiry Lab Kit meets the new AP Chemistry guidelines published by the College Board.• Each experiment has been thoroughly...
AP7671 - $133.20
All 16 Flinn advanced inquiry laboratory experiments for AP* Chemistry in one amazing book! New Flinn lab manual includes thoroughly tested and documented experiments for each of the new inquiry investigations in the AP Chemistry curriculum framework....
AP7740 - $839.21
New standards, classic curriculum—here’s the “best-of-the-best” from both! This 19-Kit Bundle is fully aligned with the updated AP Chemistry standards.We have assembled 19 of the top-notch Flinn Classic and new Flinn Advanced Inquiry labs into one...
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