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AP7173 - $22.90
Your students won't be “watching the clock” during this class period! They will be jumping at the chance to perform their very own clock reaction experiment using common chemicals. Students mix two colorless solutions of varying concentrations together...
AP7189 - $69.95
Beautiful chemistry! Create stunning silver ornaments to demonstrate a practical application of a classic redox reaction. Simply mix dextrose, a reducing sugar, with a basic solution containing silver-ammonia complex ions in a glass ornament ball,...
AP7217 - $33.65
What is equilibrium? What happens to the amounts of reactants and products when equilibrium is reached? What if more reactants or products are then added? Well, seeing is believing! In this cooperative classroom activity, student use plastic nickels...
AP6604 - $72.15
Recognizing chemical reactions and “translating” them into chemical equations are essential skills students need in order to be successful in chemistry. Review the different types of chemical reactions and help your students succeed using this colorful...
AP8916 - $31.75
No chemistry class is complete without the spectacular demonstration of alkali metals reacting with water. Safe Swimming with Sodium is a novel variation which is much safer to perform than the standard sodium demonstration of simply dropping a small...
AP6605 - $141.25
Students love spectacular chemical reactions, but do they always know what they are seeing? Use these ten targeted demonstrations to help students become proficient in identifying the five different types of chemical reactions.   Single Replacement...
AP5946 - $23.35
Easily distinguish solutions of iron(II) and iron(III) ions by performing redox reactions between iron's two oxidation states. Answer the question of why iron(III) is the more stable of the two states. Simply add various complex ions to solutions of...
AP6622 - $76.25
Assemble an inexpensive operating gas chromatograph in less than one hour! Simply fill the glass column with our special packing material and connect the column to a laboratory gas jet. When a chlorinated hydrocarbon vapor is injected into the column,...
AP8463 - $23.15
Place three clear and colorless solutions all in a row, play some patriotic march music in the background, and add a single yellow solution to each beaker. Cheers, cheers for the red, white, and blue—the colors of Old Glory emerge in time to the music!...
AP8950 - $35.30
Separate different colored dyes found in grape Kool-Aid® using chromatography methods that mimic popular methods used in research and industry. Students will be amazed as grape Kool-Aid goes through a column and comes out clear. The amazement will...
AP5938 - $20.45
Challenge students to explain the phenomenon observed in this amazingly simple but intriguing demonstration. Pour some violet colored solution into three different test tubes. Place one tube in cold water—the solution turns pink, from the bottom up....
AP6644 - $34.50
It's bubbly, it's colorful—it's equilibrium in a syringe! Use ordinary seltzer water, an acid–base indicator and a large syringe to transform a common gas solubility phenomenon into an exciting, hands-on demonstration. An acid–base solution is added...
AP8462 - $25.75
A colorless solution is placed in a Petri dish on an overhead projector. The solution will become dark orange then colorless again by the addition of certain solutions and solids. A dynamic demonstration to illustrate LeCh,telier's principle of equilibrium....
AP6874 - $30.80
Oh, no! Labels have been removed from the kitchen containers at a luncheonette. There are four white solids—they all look alike, but are they the same? Students must use the scientific method and their knowledge of physical and chemical properties...
AP6157 - $48.85
Grow your own spectacular display of long-lasting crystals in gels—using large sized demonstration bottles! Mix two solutions together to form a gel overnight. Add another solution to the hardened gel and watch amazing crystals begin to form before...
AP6186 - $13.25
Here comes Santa Claus, here comes Santa Claus...right into your classroom in a snowstorm! Capture the attention of your entire classroom with this fun holiday seasonal demonstration. Explore the topics of solubility and saturation with this easy-to-prepare...
AP6858 - $23.55
Two solutions of holiday red and green are poured into separate tall form beakers and stirred. After 30 seconds, the beakers magically swap colors, red to green and green to red! Each solution contains a unique mixture of indicators. At low pH, one...
AP7290 - $81.10
Captivate students’ attention with four “enlightening” demonstrations about chemiluminescence! • When light is produced without heat, that’s cool! Pour two solutions together to illustrate the light-producing reaction that takes place when luminol...
AP7421 - $63.35
Try this amazing demonstration! Construct a model volcano using polyurethane foam, and then produce a fiery lava flow using the decomposition of hydrogen peroxide and light stick chemicals. An awesome display of chemical reactions simulating a volcanic...
AP7606 - $50.15
Your students won't be “watching the clock” during this class period! They will be jumping at the chance to perform their very own clock reaction experiment using common chemicals. Students mix two colorless solutions of varying concentrations together...
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