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AP7247 - $33.05
How do chemists determine the identity of a compound? A variety of analytical techniques and procedures, ranging from classical, wet-chemistry methods to instrumental methods, have been developed to accomplish this important task. In this stoichiometry,...
FB1924 - $40.50
“Toy X has been recalled due to lead” is a statement our students have unfortunately heard too much in the media lately. Use this guided-inquiry activity kit to challenge students to determine how lead can be removed from a sample of contaminated water....
AP7090 - $65.30
There are more than nine million organic compounds! What makes all these compounds different? Introduce the basic structural theory of organic chemistry by building molecules from the ground up using models. In this guided-inquiry activity, students...
AP7174 - $42.95
Black is the absence of color—or is it? The challenge in this inquiry-based activity is for students to reproduce beautiful multicolor art patterns created by the teacher using radial paper chromatography and a variety of black markers. Students will...
AP7033 - $60.40
Most substances we use on a daily basis are mixtures—from the air we breathe to the water we drink and the foods we eat. Can the components of a mixture be separated? Students discover how to separate certain mixtures in this two-part, guided-inquiry...
AP6455 - $37.45
Students learn how reaction rates are measured and how temperature affects the rate of a reaction as they design kinetics experiments for the reaction of magnesium with hydrochloric acid. Pre-lab preparation built into the activity ensures students...
AP7186 - $54.70
Rust is expensive! The cost of iron corrosion for equipment maintenance, repair, and replacement tops $300 billion per year in the United States alone. What kinds of conditions or treatments will reduce or prevent the corrosion of iron? In this guided-inquiry...
AP6885 - $52.90
Lab isn't just about “getting the right answer,” although that's what your students may tell you. Learning how to design an experiment, based on scientific principles and logical reasoning, is often overlooked when students have to follow rigid procedures....
AP6167 - $41.10
Students mix two solids and a liquid in a closed container and observe a dramatic series of changes—temperature changes, color changes, and changes in state. What interactions are responsible for each observation? Are the changes independent of one...
AP7209 - $38.80
Experience the nature of scientific inquiry and scientific problem solving using this unique color change challenge lab! Students must discover a sequence of chemical changes—using four unknown colorless solutions—that will result in a series of specific...
AP6375 - $25.85
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 calorimetry...
FB1624 - $18.55
Let your students design and conduct their own controlled experiments. The lowly little pillbug is a perfect inquiry laboratory organism. They are odorless, easy to obtain, maintain, and handle while displaying an amazing variety of behaviors that...
FB1867 - $79.10
Lab isn't always about getting the “right” answer; it's also about learning to think. The purpose of this inquiry-based lab is to analyze background information, develop a hypothesis, and design and carry out an experiment to determine the optimum...
FB1653 - $22.55
Why does grass grow in one area and not another? In this activity, seeds will be planted in two different environments and the results of growth compared. Following the rules of the scientific method, students will define the problem, make observations,...
FB1931 - $70.00
Interesting and informative guided-inquiry activity is great for inclusion in your plant or cell processes unit! The thorough background section and pre-lab questions will help guide students as they develop a hypothesis and then design and carry out...
AP7309 - $41.70
The challenge in this inquiry-based kit is to arrange 10 nails so they will hang in perfect balance on the head of one other nail. No other materials may be used! Teachers will enjoy observing the novel problem-solving strategies students use to achieve...
AP6896 - $38.90
Precious metals in mineral deposits have been discovered and it’s the job of your students to decide which site would be the most profitable to mine—just like real-world geologists! Students extract “gold” and “silver” from ore samples of two different...
AP7323 - $35.20
Challenge your students to solve the puzzle of the unknown solutions. In this guided-inquiry activity, students brainstorm how to match three colorless mystery solutions with the same solutions a partner has. There is one catch—once a course of action...
AP7356 - $44.00
Give students a challenge, and they will eagerly compete to meet or beat the goal! Promote inquiry  with the classic iodine clock reaction. Students record reaction times for three concentrations of potassium iodate, then analyze and graph the...
AP7352 - $42.80
It’s not that hard! Use this water-softening inquiry lab to teach the concepts of water hardness, complex ions, ion exchange, and titration. Water samples with unknown hardness will be treated with ion-exchange resin and analyzed by EDTA titration....
AP7368 - $75.80
Investigate groundwater-related concepts while designing and building your own simulated groundwater model! In this inquiry-based activity, a list of groundwater-related features and specific materials will be given to each student group. Students...
AP7444 - $40.50
Solve the acid and base mystery. Through deductive reasoning and microscale titrations, students learn the identity and concentrations of the four acid and base solutions. This guided-inquiry experiment can be adapted for various levels of students...
AP7502 - $29.50
A real-world application for a fundamental concept—percent composition! Calcium magnesium acetate (CMA) is sold commercially as a “green” chemical deicer. It is less corrosive than salt for melting ice and protects delicate pet paws. Determine the...
FB2032 - $44.35
Big Idea 2, Investigation 4, Science Practices 2, 4, 5 Interactions between selectively permeable membranes, water, and solutes are critical to all cellular and organism functions. Even ecosystems are affected by the flow of water into, through, and...
FB2034 - $57.80
Big Idea 2, Investigation 5, Science Practices 1, 2, 3, 6, 7 Ecosystems and the Earth’s atmosphere depend on photosynthesis for fuel and oxygen. The rate of photosynthesis can be measured by the production of oxygen or the consumption of carbon dioxide....
FB2037 - $74.15
Big Idea 4, Investigation 12, Science Practices 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7  What makes a fruit fly tick? Students construct a choice chamber tube to study fruit fly behavior and investigate what environmental factors trigger a fruit fly response. In this...
FB2036 - $85.65
Big Idea 1, Investigation 1, Science Practices 1, 2, 5, 7 Can we make intentional changes to an organism that will cause it to evolve? Natural selection is a driving force of evolution—a massive concept that can be difficult to study real-time in a...
FB2041 - $16.35
Big Idea 1, Investigation 3, Science Practices 1, 5 Horses, chickens, tuna, humans, Ateles (monkeys), chimpanzees, rabbits, Arabidopsis thaliana (plant), rattlesnakes, frogs, dogs, bees, cows—what do all these organisms have in common? Students find...
FB2030 - $84.45
Big Idea 2, Investigation 4, Science Practices 2, 4, 5 How do cell membranes help regulate internal cellular makeup? In this Flinn Advanced Inquiry Lab, students participate in two Baseline Activities that branch out with Opportunities for Inquiry...
FB2046 - $37.25
Big Idea 1, Science Practices 1, 3, 4, 5, 6 Drosophila melanogaster, fruit flies, traditionally have brick-red colored eyes. However, some mutations cause their eyes to be different colors—even white! In this Flinn Advanced Evolution Lab, students...
FB2033 - $15.30
Big Idea 3, Investigation 7, Science Practices 1, 2, 5, 6, 7 The cell cycle has been infiltrated, controls are failing, and cell division is out of control! Cell division is regulated by a complex set of cell signals. Three checkpoints in the cell...
FB2031 - $65.10
Big Idea 3, Investigation 7, Science Practices 1, 5, 6, 7 Do different growing environments affect cell division in plants? Study the effects of biotic and abiotic factors on mitosis in onion root tips with this Flinn Advanced Inquiry Lab. The lab...
FB2042 - $106.75
Big Idea 3, Investigation 8, Science Practices 1, 3, 5, 6, 7 Biotechnology raises a lot of questions about the ethics of modifying genes. One of the most powerful tools biotechnologists have is the ability to transfer DNA from one organism to another...
FB2043 - $99.20
Big Idea 3, Investigation 9, Science Practices 3, 6  In this experiment, restriction enzymes are introduced as a tool to digest DNA at specific nucleotide sequences. Bacteriophage lambda DNA has a linear structure and multiple recognition sites....
FB2038 - $81.35
Big Idea 4, Investigation 11, Science Practices 1, 2, 4, 5, 6 Plants absorb nutrients, ions, and water from surrounding soil and air by osmosis, diffusion, and active transport. Transpiration is the main method for pulling water from the roots to the...
FB2039 - $75.35
Big Idea 4, Investigation 13Enzyme activity—how the rate of an enzyme-catalyzed reaction depends on concentration, pH, temperature, metal ions, etc.—provides the central basis for understanding how enzymes function. Among the thousands of different...
AP7519 - $62.45
The first successful hovercraft, designed and built by English engineer Sir Christopher Cockerell, crossed the English Channel on July 25, 1959. As students build their own working models of a hovercraft, they learn the basic concepts of how a vessel...
AP7627 - $65.20
Don't just give your students the definition for the law of buoyancy—let them discover the concept for themselves! By making careful observations and measurements of objects submerged in water, students discover interesting facts about buoyant forces...
FB2080 - $902.09
Save time and promote understanding with the Flinn AP* Biology Inquiry Laboratory Kit Bundle! Comprehensive bundle includes all the following laboratory kits. Live material is required and available separately under the Accessories tab.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...
FB2085 - $61.45
This is the refill kit for the Artificial Selection Advanced Inquiry Laboratory Kit. See full kit at FB2036. Refill Kit includes: Cotton swabs Pot marker labels Fertilizer, liquid Sodium hypochlorite solution Planting mix, light Wicking cord Live Material...
FB2086 - $68.15
This is the refill kit for the Diffusion and Osmosis Advanced Inquiry Laboratory Kit. See full kit at FB2030. Refill Kit includes: Agar  Albumin  Dextrose  Dialysis tubing  Hydrochloric acid solution, 0.1 M  Phenolphthalein,...
FB2045 - $71.70
Big Idea 2, Investigation 6, Science Practices 1, 2, 3, 6, 7 Plants create oxygen as a waste product of photosynthesis, but do they require oxygen to live? Does respiration occur in germinating seeds? Students will answer these questions in this Flinn...
FB2087 - $15.50
This is the refill kit for the Photosynthesis in Leaf Disks Advanced Inquiry Laboratory Kit. See full kit at FB2034. Refill Kit includes: Hydrochloric acid  Soap solution Sodium bicarbonate 
FB2088 - $28.65
This is the refill kit for the Cellular Respiration Advanced Inquiry Laboratory Kit. See full kit at FB2045. Refill Kit includes: Cotton balls, 100 Fiberfill, nonabsorbent, 1 oz Manometer fluid, red, 100 mL Pipets, graduated Potassium hydroxide solution,...
FB2089 - $58.25
This is the refill kit for the Rate of Transpiration Advanced Inquiry Laboratory Kit. See full kit at FB2038. Refill Kit includes: Fingernail polish  Petroleum jelly  Polyethylene bags Potting soil Rubber bands Seeds, red bean
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...
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...
AP7667 - $137.30
It’s off to the races! Students become real-world engineers as they investigate the various parts of a mousetrap car to determine each part’s effect on the car’s performance. With this exclusive kit, students plan and carry out investigations to test...
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...
AP7722 - $44.65
Available now! AP Physics 1, Big Idea 3, Investigation 1 Many years ago, Galileo answered the question “do heavy objects reach the ground faster than lighter objects when dropped from the same height?” This advanced inquiry laboratory allows students...
AP7723 - $16.45
Available now! AP Physics 1, Big Idea 3, Investigation 2 We walk daily without giving much thought to the act. Can you and your students walk at constant, unchanging speeds while changing direction? Can you maintain a constant speed and orientation...
AP7727 - $96.10
Available now! AP Physics 1, Big Idea 5, Investigation 6 When a small steel ball rolls down an inclined plane, its potential energy becomes kinetic. Students use their critical-thinking skills and knowledge of the conservation of energy principle to...
AP7728 - $158.35
Available now! AP Physics 1, Big Idea 5, Investigation 7 Runaway trucks rely on the conversion of kinetic energy to gravitational potential energy to stop when they veer onto ramps on the sides of expressways. This lab explores that very principle...
AP7729 - $119.85
Available now! AP Physics 1, Big Idea 4, Investigation 8 Collisions happen everywhere, from the sports field to the expressway. In this lab, students will explore the laws that govern collisions and the conservation of momentum. An introductory activity...
AP7730 - $48.85
Available now!  AP Physics 1, Big Idea 3, Investigation 9 Bungee-jumping is thrilling but safe due to elastic materials that stretch far enough to scare the jumper without causing harm. The stretchiness of a bungee cord can be described using...
AP7731 - $37.75
Available now!  AP Physics 1, Big Idea 3, Investigation 10 The motion of a pendulum is simple harmonic—a classic real-world example is the timekeeping swing of a grandfather clock. Pendulums are excellent simple devices that can be used to study...
AP7732 - $194.25
Available now! AP Physics 1, Big Ideas 3 & 4, Investigation 11 From spinning ice skaters to gears to tires to the huge Ferris wheels of amusement parks, rotational motion and angular momentum are all around us. What equations define the relationship...
AP7733 - $135.95
Available now! AP Physics 1, Big Idea 3, Investigation 12 The ability to make strong, stable structures has been important ever since the first buildings were constructed thousands of years ago. In modern times, structural strength is even more important...
AP7736 - $101.20
Available now! AP Physics 1, Big Idea 5, Investigation 15 Electrical circuits have become commonplace in today’s society, however the complexity of a wiring an entire city grid to a simple light switch may often go overlooked. In this advanced inquiry...
AP7737 - $101.10
Available now! AP Physics 1, Big Idea 1, Investigation 16 All matter has one thing in common—resistivity, an intrinsic property that resists the flow of electricity. However, resistivity is a small part of determining the resistance of a specific material....
AP7738 - $1,580.99
AP Physics 1, Big Ideas 1–6, Investigations 1–16 Save money by purchasing Flinn’s Advanced Inquiry Kits for AP Physics 1 as a bundle rather than individually! • Each Advanced Inquiry Lab Kit meets the AP Physics 1 guidelines published by the College...
AP7726 - $76.45
Available now! AP Physics 1, Big Idea 3, Investigation 5 Circular motion is part of many sports and amusement park rides, highway designs, satellites, and the movement of the planets. Objects traveling in a circle accelerate, even while maintaining...
AP7724 - $192.15
Available now! AP Physics 1, Big Ideas 2 & 3, Investigation 3 Newton’s laws of motion are foundational in classical mechanics and allow students to predict the effects of forces on the motion of objects. Newton’s second law quantitatively describes...
AP7725 - $102.00
Available now! AP Physics 1, Big Idea 3, Investigation 4 In many physics force and motion problems, friction is often minimized or even ignored. In the real world, there are many practical applications that are used to increase or decrease friction,...
AP7734 - $66.90
Available now! AP Physics 1, Big Idea 6, Investigation 13 We are bombarded by waves every day. How are sound waves and electromagnetic waves alike? How are they different? In this advanced inquiry lab, students use spring toys to explore waves and...
AP7735 - $189.55
Available now! AP Physics 1, Big Idea 6, Investigation 14 Lightning flashes and we see it immediately, then a few seconds later we hear a thunderclap. Since light travels faster than sound, counting the seconds between the lightning and the thunder...
FB2098 - $38.70
Learn about termites and study animal behavior! Termites are an important part of food chains and soil ecosystems with a complex caste system. Each member of the colony must communicate with other colony members in order for the colony to thrive. Termites...
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