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AP6634 - $42.80
What kinds of forces hold atoms together? How does the nature of the bonding force affect the properties of a material? Finding patterns in the properties of substances can help students understand how and why atoms join together to form compounds....
AP6731 - $82.50
What kinds of forces hold atoms together? How does the nature of the bonding force affect the properties of a material? Finding patterns in the properties of substances can help students understand how and why atoms join together to form compounds....
AP6852 - $63.15
Molecules have fascinating shapes and patterns! The structure and shape of a molecule influence its physical properties and affect its chemical properties as well. Lewis structures and VSEPR theory offer useful models for picturing the structures of...
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...
AP4577 - $35.95
Are you looking for a simple and innovative way to help your students visualize the balancing of equations and the Law of Conservation of Matter? Use this hands-on kit to make the abstract concept of “atoms” become more visual and real for students....
AP5605 - $59.90
Start with copper—end with copper! Students perform a series of chemical reactions to convert copper metal to its nitrate, hydroxide, oxide, chloride, phosphate, sulfate, and finally back to copper metal. Students practice many standard laboratory...
AP8914 - $52.30
Students will predict and write 26 reactions knowing only the chemical names involved in the reactions. Students will then proceed to set up all 26 reactions. Based on their observations, students will correct their written equations. This lab will...
AP4859 - $59.25
Millions of chemical reactions occur around us every second of every day. They are involved in the making of food, paper, plastics, and fuels, and enable us to breathe, grow, see, and digest and metabolize food. In this laboratory activity, students...
AP4860 - $118.20
Millions of chemical reactions occur around us every second of every day. They are involved in the making of food, paper, plastics, and fuels, and enable us to breathe, grow, see, and digest and metabolize food. In this laboratory activity, students...
AP6269 - $43.50
Chemical change is a central part of our modern world. Although it is responsible for most of the energy, materials, and medicines that we depend on in our daily lives, chemical change may be mostly invisible to students. What is a chemical change?...
AP6882 - $56.20
How old is the copper penny in your pocket? It may be older than you think! Recovery and recycling of copper metal is a thriving industry. The purpose of this experiment is to carry out a sequence of chemical reactions that starts with copper and ends...
AP6854 - $43.30
Introduce the basic principles of electrochemistry with this introductory level experiment. What happens when an electric current flows through water? How does electricity cause chemical reactions to occur? Students build simple electrochemical cells...
AP1757 - $59.30
Our physical sense of equilibrium suggests a condition of equal balance—in the motion of a seesaw, the swing of a pendulum, the stretch of a spring. How does physical equilibrium translate to the properties of chemical equilibrium? In this comprehensive...
AP6877 - $45.45
Pass an electric current through a solution and collect pure silver metal! Demonstrate the real-world uses of electrochemistry with this innovative lab activity. Students investigate the reactions of copper, zinc, and silver salt solutions in a partitioned...
AP6894 - $51.10
Build a simple electrochemical cell using a partitioned Petri dish and carbon (pencil lead) electrodes to investigate electrolysis reactions in the lab. When an electric current is passed through an aqueous solution containing sodium sulfate, an electrolyte,...
AP6145 - $43.65
Equilibrium is a true chemical balancing act. What happens when the delicate balance is disturbed? In this classic chemistry experiment, students examine how concentration and temperature affect the sensitive “pink-and-blue” balance in the complex-ion...
AP6619 - $40.95
The more a reaction at equilibrium changes, the more it stays the same! That's because the only “constant” for a reaction at equilibrium is a mathematical relationship of concentrations called the equilibrium constant. In this quantitative experiment,...
AP6629 - $23.70
This real-world application kit is just what you need to heighten your students’ interest in equilibrium topics! Provide them with the tools they need to conduct an exciting simulation of smog production and ozone depletion experiments in your lab....
AP6631 - $25.10
Use the gas laws to learn the gas laws! The amount of gas needed to fill a container—whether it's an airbag or an airship—can lead to a lot of interesting discussion. The purpose of this microscale experiment is to determine the volume of one mole...
AP6638 - $31.90
Colorless, odorless, tasteless—the chemical and physical properties of many gases make them invisible to our senses. But we know they exist because gases have properties we can test. Some gases are lighter than air. Other gases are flammable. While...
AP6855 - $57.75
Learn Boyle's Law in a safe and environmentally friendly manner! More than 350 years ago, Robert Boyle used trapped air in a glass tube above a column of mercury to study the relationship between the volume and pressure of air. In this activity, students...
AP1758 - $50.40
Complex ions, coordination compounds, and transition metals display some of the most brilliant and beautiful colored solutions. In this two-part experiment, students investigate the properties of complex ions. In Part 1, students form four complexes...
AP6994 - $38.90
In a chemical reaction, matter is neither created nor destroyed, except in this apparent contradictory experiment! Students will understand what is really measured when we “weigh” something on a balance. Students first conduct an experiment to verify...
AP6892 - $58.55
Redox reactions are important not just in chemistry but also in biology and human nutrition. Help your students build vital connections between the sciences with this laboratory kit exploring the reactions of iron(II) and iron(III) compounds with oxidizing...
AP4358 - $51.20
Through microscale qualitative tests, students will learn the properties, ways to identify, and test for three types of halides: chlorides, bromides and iodides. Qualitative analysis will give the student the knowledge necessary to identify chemical...
AP6853 - $33.35
How strong is your antiseptic? Hydrogen peroxide is a common drugstore chemical. As students look in the far reaches of their medicine cabinets at home, they are likely to find old bottles of hydrogen peroxide that have long since passed their prime....
AP4858 - $71.65
How do we analyze an unknown chemical? Making comparisons to “known” chemicals is one common method. In this laboratory activity, students will perform qualitative ion tests on four known anion and six known cation solutions. Then, students will be...
AP5905 - $81.90
Water is an essential resource to humans. When trace amounts of certain chemicals enter our water supply, serious health problems may occur. In this activity, students will test for the presence of several types of simulated polluting chemical ions...
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....
AP6745 - $62.25
Alpha, beta, and gamma radiation are quite different in terms of their composition and properties. Different types of nuclear radiation require different types of shielding to protect workers from its harmful effects. Radiation protection comes from...
AP8823 - $102.35
What is the relationship between the color of a solution and the wavelengths of light passing through it? With this kit, teachers can demonstrate to their students continuous and absorption spectra. It works in almost any room with the lights off without...
AP6289 - $26.95
Recreate Mendeleev's discovery of the periodic table using this open-ended, inquiry-based activity. Students play chemical solitaire using a special deck of 32 element cards. The cards summarize the properties of the elements, but not their names or...
AP7404 - $24.45
Produce something new—synthesize! Aluminum potassium sulfate (alum) is used for many different purposes—from pickling foods to aftershave for men. Students perform a multi-step chemical reaction starting with a common household ingredient—aluminum...
AP7570 - $107.55
Build a simple electrochemical cell using a partitioned Petri dish and carbon (pencil lead) electrodes to investigate electrolysis reactions in the lab. When an electric current is passed through an aqueous solution containing sodium sulfate, an electrolyte,...
AP7580 - $90.40
Introduce the basic principles of electrochemistry with this introductory level experiment. What happens when an electric current flows through water? How does electricity cause chemical reactions to occur? Students build simple electrochemical cells...
AP7584 - $63.20
Colorless, odorless, tasteless—the chemical and physical properties of many gases make them invisible to our senses. But we know they exist because gases have properties we can test. Some gases are lighter than air. Other gases are flammable. While...
AP7629 - $108.41
Everything you need to teach chemical reactions! You get one great experiment, three terrific demonstrations, as well as a POGIL™ activity. Chemical reactions are the lifeblood of chemistry, and developing students’ chemical literacy skills is fundamental...
AP4856 - $53.30
The process of making soap, or saponification, is an age-old process. How did our ancestors make soap years ago? In this activity, students will use old-time soap-making recipes and will hydrolyze several commonly used oils to obtain a “homemade” soap...
AP8064 - $42.90
Take the common reaction of baking soda and vinegar to new heights in this exciting STEM inquiry-based competition! The goal is to find the right ratio of rocket mass to baking soda mass to propel a paper rocket a vertical distance of 1 meter. Students...
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