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AP1566 - $96.60
Aromatherapy—it's organic chemistry! Introduce students to the wide variety of organic compounds found in nature that are used in fragrances, flavorings, and perfumes. Students are invited to take a “whiff” of 20 volatile organic compounds having pleasant,...
AP1716 - $77.30
Each element emits a specific wavelength of light, thus a characteristic color, when excited by a flame. This unique flame test kit produces better results and is easier to perform than the expensive platinum wire procedure. A laboratory burner is...
AP1741 - $41.95
So many antacid choices on the market—which one should I use? Test and compare three popular over-the-counter antacids. Students will watch an “antacid in action” as the antacid neutralizes simulated stomach acid in the presence of universal indicator....
AP1742 - $48.45
Oh, my aching head! I need some pain reliever, but which brand of aspirin should I take? Students will: • Experimentally determine the aspirin content of three brands of over-the-counter pain relievers using acid-base neutralization titration techniques...
AP1753 - $54.55
Redox, single replacement, metal reactivity, halogen reactivity! Students will gain an understanding of each of these concepts as they perform the laboratory activities in this kit. Reactions between various metals and metallic ion solutions to determine...
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...
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...
AP1766 - $52.55
Break the carbohydrate code in this engaging “mystery lab.” Students learn about the structure and properties of carbohydrates and apply their knowledge to identify unknowns. The identities of five carbohydrates—starch, glucose, fructose, lactose and...
AP1767 - $49.25
Buffers provide an essential acid-base balancing mechanism—in consumer products, foods, even living cells! What are buffers made of? How does a buffer work? Can you design a buffer to be effective in a given pH range? Is there such a thing as an ideal...
AP1768 - $54.90
Structure determines function—this is one of the most universal themes in biochemistry. What factors influence the properties of proteins and determine their structure and function? In this hands-on student laboratory kit, students examine the effects...
AP1769 - $72.40
The numbers are staggering! Starting with only about 20 different naturally occurring amino acids, a single cell may synthesize more than 3,000 different types of proteins. How do amino acids link together to build a protein? What role do amino acids...
AP1773 - $66.15
Fats and oils, waxes and cholesterol, steroid hormones and Vitamins A and D—what do these natural products have in common? All of these substances belong to the diverse class of biological compounds called lipids. In this three-part student laboratory...
AP1779 - $126.05
Mud collected from the bottom of a suspect's shoe might link that person to the crime scene. How do forensic scientists match soil samples? Let your students conduct the same tests used by forensic scientists and determine which suspect is guilty of...
AP1830 - $34.30
Radon is a colorless, odorless, tasteless radioactive gas formed by the natural decomposition of uranium. Radon may be found naturally in soil, rock formations, water, or air. Radon poses no risk when released outdoors. The problem occurs when radon...
AP2046 - $19.70
Several titrations can be performed during one class period with surprisingly good results. Students determine the percentage of acetic acid in household vinegar by titrating the vinegar with a sodium hydroxide solution of known concentration. The...
AP4356 - $35.25
Hydrogen gas is prepared and tested more safely using microscale techniques. Hydrochloric acid reacts with zinc metal to produce hydrogen gas. The hydrogen gas is collected by water displacement in the bulb of a Beral-type pipet. Pure hydrogen gas...
AP4357 - $46.05
The activity of zinc, copper, lead, magnesium and silver are tested. Small amounts of chemicals and metals produce less waste while still producing good results. The students will actually see more reactive metals going into solution while less reactive...
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...
AP4359 - $53.95
Electrolysis of water is a popular chemistry demonstration. It is also becoming a popular hands-on lab for students. Microscale electrolysis of water is safe from electric shock since only a 9-volt battery is used. The students will decompose water...
AP4361 - $47.95
This microscale version of the iodine clock challenge will surely spark inquiry-based questions in your lab! Students run and time eight trials simultaneously! The effects of concentration, temperature and a catalyst on the rate of an iodine clock...
AP4362 - $46.40
This lab will fill your science room with smiles and pleasant aromas of peppermint, banana, and other fruit. Students are sure to enjoy synthesizing esters, the organic compounds responsible for artificial flavors. The simple chemistry behind the synthesis...
AP4503 - $64.75
Paper chromatography is fun! In this unique kit, students conduct two paper chromatography experiments. The first lab involves the separation of pigments from different inks (marking pens). Many inks are mixtures made up of several pigments. Each pigment...
AP4504 - $104.25
Separate complex organic molecules using thin-layer chromatography (TLC). Our simple, inexpensive, and easy-to-use lab activity clearly illustrates for students the principles of thin-layer chromatography. Best of all, we know you'll be pleased with...
AP4509 - $43.95
The scientific method is a logical process of inquiry and investigation. Students gather observations about the problem, develop a hypothesis, design and implement a controlled experiment, record constants and independent and dependent variables, graph...
AP4510 - $46.30
Are all toothpastes the same? Students will learn about tooth decay and the function of toothpaste. Students will perform experiments to determine the abrasiveness, pH, fluoride content, and foaming ability of five different toothpaste brands. Students...
AP4511 - $58.35
Teach your students about the elements and the periodic table with two pre-lab exercises and two hands-on laboratory activities in this kit. Students use the large fold-over periodic tables supplied to gather information on element symbols, names,...
AP4512 - $48.45
What makes your hair shine? Do some shampoos really clean better than others? With this kit, students have a chance to learn about hair and the function of shampoo ingredients in cleaning the hair. Students gain a valuable learning experience as they...
AP4549 - $81.05
Introduce students to the scientific method of problem solving and get them to start thinking “scientifically.” By manipulating a black box and hearing and feeling how the steel ball rolls around inside the unopened box, students begin to make observations...
AP4554 - $35.05
Students become industrial chemists! Their goal—to apply stoichiometric relationships from a balanced equation to make 2.00 grams of a product. Using two compounds, students calculate the amount of each chemical they need and, through a double displacement...
AP4555 - $17.80
Nuclear stability and radioactive decay are important concepts to understanding nuclear chemistry, the size of the nucleus, and the energy that holds it together. In this engaging activity, students will determine the natural decay of uranium-238 to...
AP4567 - $60.10
Examine the properties of acids and bases with this high-quality kit. Students get a complete introduction to acids and bases. • Test acids and bases with litmus paper and phenolphthalein indicator. • Examine how pH is related to the strength of an...
AP4568 - $59.15
Explore acid-base reactions with this in-depth kit. Students learn about pH, acid-base indicators, antacids, neutralization, and titration as they perform six different experiments: • Study a neutralization reaction to make a simple salt. • Use antacids...
AP4569 - $49.70
Writing formulas can be a real challenge for many students. Flinn has developed a kit which will help your students understand why atoms combine in certain ratios and how to write formulas for the compounds formed. Students experimentally determine...
AP4570 - $19.50
Chemical formulas such as (NH4)2SO4, with all of those seemingly random numbers, letters and parentheses, can seem intimidating to a student who is first learning to write formulas. This “teacher-tested” kit will familiarize students with ions and...
AP4574 - $29.20
Flash cards have been used as a stimulating learning tool for years. Let's use flash cards in chemistry! Your students will benefit from these colorful and compact flash cards which provide an easy and effective means for learning formulas, names,...
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....
AP4579 - $59.25
A great, high-quality introductory kit—ideal for teaching the concepts of elements, compounds, and mixtures. Four separate activities are provided. • The first paper-and-pencil activity will familiarize students with common element symbols and names....
AP4580 - $34.35
Help students visualize molecular bonding while providing a hands-on model-building experience. This innovative kit utilizes “electron” chips and cut-out element symbols to build Lewis electron dot models for both atoms and molecules. Students are...
AP4678 - $27.60
Here is an impressive and affordable lab activity that gives consistent results in just a matter of minutes! Students perform a redox reaction between aluminum wire and a copper(II) salt. The progress of the reaction is followed by observing the disappearance...
AP4682 - $30.00
Captivate student interest by growing GIANT crystals! In this hands-on activity, students will cultivate and grow giant alum crystals in a supersaturated solution from a single seed crystal. They will be amazed at how quickly their alum crystal begins...
AP4779 - $51.75
Introduce the topic of thermodynamics using the hands-on activities provided in this kit. Students will experience exothermic and endothermic reactions as they perform three different chemical reactions. All the reactions are performed in heavy-duty,...
AP4846 - $67.60
Diamonds are a girl's best friend! Stimulate student interest by growing 15 multi-colored “jewels” in your laboratory! In this hands-on activity, students will grow crystals of alum, chrome alum, cupric sulfate, nickel sulfate, and sodium chlorate—each...
AP4847 - $66.70
You are what you eat! Many vegetables contain carotenoids, chlorophylls, and other pigments which contribute to their characteristic color. Pigments such as ß-carotene make vegetables “good for us.” In this kit, students will extract pigments from...
AP4850 - $18.65
Explore the chemistry and history of gases using this innovative and exciting hands-on approach to generating and using gases. Generate microscale quantities (40-50 mL) of 17 different gases using simple, readily available materials—plastic syringes,...
AP4855 - $83.15
Eleven white solids—they all look alike! How can they be identified? Students are challenged as they follow a qualitative analysis flow chart to determine the identity of the eleven unknowns—all common household substances. Following the flow chart,...
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...
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...
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...
AP4861 - $38.70
What factors affect the rate of a chemical reaction? In this laboratory activity, students will perform the classic iodine-starch clock reaction to quantitatively investigate the effects of concentration, temperature, and a catalyst on the rate of...
AP4862 - $92.20
All nitrates are soluble! Most hydroxides are insoluble! Rather than memorizing solubility rules such as this, students investigate precipitation reactions and then develop their own general rules of solubility—exactly what the National Science Standards...
AP4864 - $24.55
How does reactant concentration affect the reaction rate? This relationship is expressed in an equation called a rate law. In this laboratory activity, students will perform the reaction between hydrochloric acid and sodium thiosulfate solutions at...
AP4865 - $21.00
Why is it that some solids take so much longer to dissolve than others? What factors affect the rate at which a solute dissolves in solution? In this laboratory activity, students will investigate the effects of stirring, temperature, surface area,...
AP4868 - $40.95
Students will use acid–base titrations to determine the concentration of unknown acid and base solutions in this laboratory activity. First, students will determine the concentration of an unknown hydrochloric acid solution by titrating with a THAM...
AP5393 - $30.40
Slime, slime, and more slime—it stretches, it flows, it even picks up ink! With our new, economical kit, you'll have enough materials for each and every student in your class to make a batch of slime. Students will have fun as they perform observations...
AP5436 - $82.85
Introduce your students to mixtures and compounds with this ready-to-use kit. Students perform separations of three different unknown mixtures using physical separation techniques—magnetic separation, size separation, flotation, solubility behavior,...
AP5602 - $30.70
When should students learn how accurate concentrations of solutions are prepared? This year! This detailed laboratory procedure walks students step-by-step through the process of accurately preparing solutions of various concentrations. Students must...
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...
AP5606 - $54.25
Holiday fun—combine chemistry and art to design a holiday ornament! Ideal for use on the day before a holiday break, this laboratory kit reinforces redox concepts, while students think they are just having fun! Students will start with a simple piece...
AP5607 - $27.30
Add a splash of color to your flame! In this kit, students will observe the characteristic color of light emitted by metallic salts when placed in a flame. By simply dipping a moist wooden splint in the solid metallic salt, then placing the wooden...
AP5608 - $41.10
Study the process of corrosion and the activity series of metals with this colorful laboratory activity. Students will first place several iron nails in a bed of agar. Then, they will subject each nail to different conditions, such as surrounding the...
AP5609 - $34.80
Pennies are made of copper, aren't they? The outside certainly is, but that's not the whole story. In this laboratory activity, students will investigate the chemical composition of post-1982 pennies using redox chemistry. Ideally performed as an open-ended...
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...
AP5935 - $56.30
How are elements categorized? In this introductory kit, students will explore the unique physical and chemical properties of eight elements with the goal of classifying them as metals, nonmetals, or metalloids. Students will investigate the color,...
AP5937 - $45.55
The Gluep Production Lab is a real-life, open-ended, discovery activity with an element of corporate competition. Student research teams are challenged to use the scientific method to improve a polymer recipe and make a bouncier Gluep ball-all while...
AP5939 - $81.15
Give your students a challenge—the measurement challenge! With this innovative teacher-designed kit, students learn to make accurate measurements, estimate to the proper level of certainty, and apply rules for significant figures in calculations. Hands-on,...
AP5941 - $3.65
Flash cards have been used as a stimulating learning tool for years. Let's use flash cards in chemistry! Your students will benefit from these colorful and compact flash cards which provide an easy and effective means for learning formulas, names,...
AP5947 - $29.20
Let the creativity flow as students create their own personalized “designer” goggles! With this colorful goggle-dyeing kit, students can choose their favorite colors, school colors, or multi-colors and turn a standard pair of chemical-splash goggles...
AP5948 - $36.05
Why do road crews spread salt on the roads in the winter? Is one salt better than another to melt snow and ice? Discuss colligative properties as students determine the effect of dissolved impurities on the freezing point of a substance and compare...
AP5950 - $25.55
Generate microscale quantities (50-60 mL) of carbon dioxide gas in syringes and observe the properties and reactions of the gas. Perform the classic lime water test for the detection of CO2, observe the acidic nature of the gas, watch the gas undergo...
AP5951 - $78.05
Classroom equipment kit is designed to accompany any or all of the Flinn Chemistry of Gases student laboratory kits (AP5950, AP5958, AP5959). One equipment kit contains enough reusable materials for 15 lab groups. Students safely generate microscale...
AP5952 - $61.85
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...
AP5958 - $26.80
Safely observe the explosive nature of hydrogen gas! Generate microscale amounts (50-60 mL) of hydrogen gas in syringes. Perform the classic candle test for the detection of H2, ignite bubbles filled with pure hydrogen and compare to bubbles filled...
AP5959 - $33.60
Oxygen—we need it to survive! Learn how O2 is prepared and observe some of its interesting properties. Generate microscale amounts (50-60 mL) of O2 gas in syringes by performing a catalytic decomposition reaction. Observe how oxygen supports combustion;...
AP5992 - $57.65
Perform chromatography separations using the chromatography centrifuge—it's fast, easy, and fun! Simply spot the water-soluble inks on the absorbent paper, place the paper on the motor and turn it on. Within seconds the spinning disk separates the...
AP6120 - $36.40
Got milk? From glossy magazine ads to flashy billboards, the message to drink milk is all around us. Why is milk considered a nutritionally complete food source? In this real-world lab activity, students separate the protein and carbohydrate components...
AP6121 - $48.60
Proper pH is a true vital sign in the blood, in the lungs, and throughout the body! How do buffers maintain the delicate pH balance needed for life and health? Explore the properties of biological buffers in this two-part kit. In Part 1, students examine...
AP6122 - $31.90
Healthy body, good teeth, strong bones—the benefits of calcium in proper nutrition are well known. Why is milk promoted as an important source of calcium? Explore the chemistry behind the nutrition with this experiment that measures the amount of calcium...
AP6123 - $47.00
Students use an unusual titration technique to determine the equilibrium constant for the solubility of calcium iodate in water. Sodium thiosulfate solution is added dropwise from a pre-weighed bottle to a saturated solution of calcium iodate that...
AP6127 - $32.70
Do Grow-Dinos really grow more than 600% when placed in water? Your students will find out as they investigate the growth of a polymer dinosaur over a period of five days. Physical measurements—length, height, thickness, perimeter, area, volume, mass,...
AP6128 - $45.25
Heat in? Heat out? Which is it? Introduce students to the energy changes that take place during exothermic and endothermic chemical reactions. In this lab activity, students perform three separate reactions—including both neutralization and dissolving...
AP6132 - $57.40
Mimic the everyday process of electroplating with this easy-to-perform lab. Students apply a thin, decorative, and protective layer of copper onto a metal key. Students investigate the mass changes that occur as the two electrodes—the key and the copper...
AP6135 - $12.45
Special multifiber fabric containing strips of wool, acrylic, polyester, nylon, cotton, and acetate. The brilliant color patterns produced by different dyes on the multifiber fabric teach students about the structures of dye and fabric molecules...
AP6136 - $105.00
Your students will love to grow their own silicate crystal garden in microscale test tubes! In this kit, the crystal growing ability of 11 different metal salts in sodium silicate solution will be contrasted and compared. Students will be amazed by...
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...
AP6151 - $25.50
Take a “quantum leap” to see if you can determine the precise location of an electron around the nucleus of an atom! This engaging lab helps students visualize the shapes and relative positions of the 1s and 2s orbitals in a hydrogen atom. It also...
AP6153 - $28.60
Density—it's one of the first topics taught in every science class! Why spend time scrounging up density materials for a hands-on lab when you can have them ready to go in a moment's notice? This economical lab kit provides a complete introduction...
AP6155 - $25.45
Bring practical applications to your lesson on spectroscopy, light, or ultraviolet radiation with a lab that mimics aspects of the photographic process. Students will make their own sheets of photosensitive (also called blueprint) paper in the laboratory...
AP6156 - $49.90
“Metal reactivity increases as you move from top to bottom in a family of elements!” Will your students remember this statement if you just tell them? With this lab kit, students are actively involved in seeing and making observations about the properties,...
AP6166 - $47.75
Introduce the color and excitement of organic chemistry to your students! Watch as a bright yellow dye is oxidized by air to a rich blue color—right before your students' eyes. Indigo, the organic dye used in this lab, was used by the Romans and is...
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...
AP6188 - $63.30
Eight buns, eight cheese slices, but only seven hamburger patties—how many cheeseburgers can you make? This lab introduces the concept needed to answer this simple question—limiting reagents in chemical reactions. Students prepare a very visual, dense,...
AP6257 - $23.20
Students love to play the role of an environmental “watchdog.” In this activity, students will test materials from their environment for lead content. Lead can be found in many common items and is very hazardous. We guarantee your students will enjoy...
AP6268 - $73.45
Dmitri Mendeleev was not the first scientist to recognize relationships among the elements and classify them into groups. He was, however, the first to predict the existence and properties of missing elements. Introduce students to the periodic table...
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?...
AP6270 - $49.10
How does the periodic table allow students to explain and predict the properties of the elements? Helping students recognize periodic trends in the properties of the elements is key to understanding the full value of the periodic table. The purpose...
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...
AP6290 - $34.55
Help students visualize trends in the properties of the elements! Does ionization energy increase going up or down a column in the periodic table? Do atoms get smaller or larger from right to left across a row? Most students have a hard time answering...
AP6363 - $77.50
Stoichiometry—what a strange and scary word! Teach students about mole ratios and take the fear out of stoichiometry calculations with this student lab activity. The reaction of copper wire with silver nitrate in aqueous solution shows chemistry in...
AP6364 - $30.25
Do your students understand why some acids have lower pH values than others, even though their concentrations are the same? Acids vary greatly in their strength-their ability to produce hydrogen ions when dissolved in water. This lab will help you...
AP6374 - $32.15
The combustion reaction of hydrogen and oxygen has been used to send people to the moon and to design electric vehicles for the future. What factors determine the explosiveness of this reaction? In this microscale lab activity, students generate hydrogen...
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...
AP6440 - $48.70
In order for students to understand the fundamentals of chemistry, they must start small. What makes up an atom? Why is each element unique? What constitutes an isotope? How are ions formed? In this activity, 18 workstations are created, each containing...
AP6441 - $50.90
An intense flame, blinding light, and searing heat—magnesium burning in air is a dazzling reaction. But how much heat is produced when magnesium burns? In this advanced-level microscale experiment, students use an indirect method and Hess's Law to...
AP6442 - $61.15
Roses are red, violets are blue—or are they? Red roses, as well as many other flowers and fruits, contain natural indicators that are sensitive to acids and bases. The color of a natural acid-base indicator depends on pH. In this activity, the pH scale...
AP6446 - $39.30
How fast will a chemical reaction occur? Too slow, and it may not be practical. Too fast, and it may explode! Studying reaction rates helps chemists make a variety of products, everything from antibiotics to fertilizers, safely and economically. The...
AP6447 - $46.15
Some of the most colorful and interesting compounds to study in chemistry are the coordination compounds. These compounds are usually salts that contain a complex ion; that is, a metal atom bonded to small polar anions, or ligands. In this two-part...
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...
AP6496 - $42.00
Rutherford's discovery of the nucleus has been described as a “black box” experiment. In order to solve the structure of the atom, Rutherford had to “unlock” the box. Rutherford shot alpha particles at atoms in a piece of gold foil and observed the...
AP6517 - $108.95
Have your students gain a clearer understanding of the basic structure and chemistry of the molecules essential for life. In a series of seven lab activities, students construct three-dimensional models of carbohydrates, lipids, and proteins. These...
AP6599 - $47.10
Anyone who has spent any time at the local pool has one “burning” question—“Just how much chlorine was added to this pool?” Swimming pool chemistry involves a rich variety of chemical concepts and practical applications. In this two-part experiment,...
AP6608 - $36.60
Help students understand the basics of electron structure with this simple and straightforward lab activity. In this activity, 15 workstation “atoms” are constructed, each consisting of an energy level diagram, a symbol for a neutral atom or ion, and...
AP6612 - $38.95
Amazing! When a limestone rock is placed in a solution of acetic acid, beautiful popcorn-like crystals actually grow out of the rock. In this activity, students place a limestone rock in a weighing dish with acetic acid and allow the contents to sit...
AP6616 - $46.70
Students are guaranteed to learn the basics of ionic compounds as they play card games they already know and enjoy. Chemdeck Card Games are designed to help students master the skills of writing charge-balanced ionic formulas, naming ionic compounds,...
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,...
AP6620 - $13.45
Model the difficult concepts of probability and electron structure by having students “roll the dice.” In this activity, the simple roll of the dice is used to simulate the results of complex wave mechanical calculations for the energy of the 1s electron....
AP6628 - $28.55
How can we get students to “see” the extremely small size of an atom? In this experiment, students measure the mass of the zinc coating on a piece of galvanized iron by reacting the metal with hydrochloric acid. Only the zinc, not the underlying iron,...
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...
AP6632 - $64.50
What is your favorite color? Color affects our senses, our moods, even our learning. In this lab activity, students investigate the reaction of five different dyes with a special multifiber fabric containing strips of wool, acrylic, polyester, nylon,...
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....
AP6636 - $22.80
The perfect lab activity for students to learn about solubility, solubility curves, saturated solutions, and saturation temperature. The solubility of compounds in water can vary widely with temperature. In many cases, “rules” do not apply to solubility...
AP6637 - $65.85
“Oil and water do not mix.” This old saying is often used to explain why relationships between opposites are difficult or almost impossible. In this experiment, students trace this saying back to its source—the nature of oil and water, solutes and...
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...
AP6690 - $23.95
Is orange juice more acidic than grapejuice What about pineapple juice? Fruit juices get their sweet taste from natural sugars and their sour taste from acids, especially citric acid. The balance of sugar to acid content give fruit juices their refreshing...
AP6721 - $71.15
Students model the process of radioactive decay by studying the “decay curves” for a variety of multi-sided dice. Radioactive decay is a spontaneous and completely random process. The probability that a specific atom will decay after a certain period...
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....
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...
AP6759 - $14.80
Students will be determined to find the solutions to this clever puzzle, and in the process, develop important problem-solving and critical-thinking skills! Challenge students to group four of the same numbers together into a 4-square. Slits along...
AP6850 - $22.70
Classifying elements, compounds, and mixtures is an essential skill in physical science. Build a solid foundation for further study of the elements using this concept attainment activity. Kit includes 20 cards with examples of both elements and non-elements....
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...
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....
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...
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...
AP6861 - $63.45
Identify “unknown” liquids that are commonly found in the kitchen. Challenge students to discover the identity of a “mystery” liquid, which may contain one, two, three, or four common household liquids, in any combination. Students use the scientific...
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...
AP6879 - $75.40
Sure to be a student favorite! Use ultraviolet radiation from the sun to produce personalized, one-of-a-kind T-shirts! Photosensitive T-shirts are prepared by soaking white T-shirts in a solution containing two iron salts, ferric ammonium citrate and...
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...
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....
AP6886 - $26.70
It seems counterintuitive—when freezing weather is predicted, orange growers spray the trees with water to prevent the fruit from freezing! The water actually releases heat when it solidifies. The purpose of this experiment is to investigate the solid–liquid...
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...
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,...
AP6895 - $49.90
The most comprehensive radioactivity shielding kit available! Using a safe, low-level radioactive source and radiation monitor, students determine the shielding effectiveness of a wide range of materials. Students will quickly recognize the differences...
AP6930 - $50.50
The forces that act between molecules play a significant role in many aspects of chemistry. The boiling point of liquids and the solubility of solids, even the structure of DNA and proteins, all depend on intermolecular forces. This activity consists...
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...
AP7028 - $63.30
Delve deeper into the world of forensic science with this student-captivating activity. Students will investigate a possible homicide using unusual clues that may break the case—maggots! Determining the living conditions and growth habitats of maggots...
AP7032 - $21.10
Can a dry powder actually contain water molecules? The answer is yes-when the powder in question is a hydrate! Hydrates are pure substances that contain water molecules embedded in their crystal structure. In this experiment, students heat a solid...
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...
AP7034 - $27.75
Classifying matter into mixtures or pure substances hinges on a key question—how is the composition affected by a physical or chemical change? In this experiment, students use both physical and chemical changes to separate a mixture of iron oxide and...
AP7036 - $68.80
How are atoms arranged in a metallic solid and in an ionic compound? Are the arrangements of atoms random or is there a “system” to it with regular “repeating units? In this two-part lab, students will build models of the three cubic crystal lattice...
AP7044 - $30.70
Just how thick is molasses? Density and specific gravity of liquids are determined with an instrument called a hydrometer. In this experiment, students construct a hydrometer and calibrate it using liquids with known density or specific gravity values....
AP7047 - $26.90
The acid-base indicators phenolphthalein, crystal violet, and bromphenol blue turn various bright colors in basic solutions. Surprisingly, these colors will eventually fade if the solution is too basic! In this technology-based experiment, students...
AP7048 - $46.60
Investigate the chemistry behind an exciting “popping” toy. A chemical reaction within a sealed bag rapidly produces carbon dioxide gas, expanding until the bag breaks with a loud pop that will grab even your most inattentive student's interest! Students...
AP7050 - $33.95
Teach your students basic problem-solving skills! Challenge them to develop and test a hypothesis to determine the ideal environmental conditions for specially encapsulated sponge animals to emerge from their “cocoons.” In the process, they learn the...
AP7058 - $23.75
The best way to teach the scientific method is to actually use the scientific method! In this guided-inquiry lab, students determine how different factors will affect the rate at which a solid dissolves in a liquid by following the steps of the scientific...
AP7059 - $71.55
Help your students develop key measurement skills with this comprehensive lab activity. Students learn to use good laboratory techniques as they conduct six separate lab activities in which length, mass, temperature, and concentration are measured...
AP7060 - $72.50
Matthew Mathematics, the math teacher at Mammals Middle School, was mysteriously murdered on Monday morning. When the body was discovered, the police were called and the crime scene investigation team was sent. Explore the fascinating science of criminal...
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...
AP7096 - $52.55
Aspirin, first synthesized in 1897, is one of the oldest yet most common drugs in everyday use. In this student lab kit, students discover that aspirin is prepared the same way today that it was more than 100 years ago. The purpose of this experiment...
AP7103 - $49.90
The United States produces almost 100 billion pounds of plastics every year, yet only 4% of this amount is recycled. Recycling plastics is a special challenge because of the variety of plastics in everyday use. In this student lab kit, students investigate...
AP8635 - $58.95
Proteins, carbohydrates, fats, vitamins—your students have surely heard these words, and may have an understanding of what they are, but this Flinn-developed lab activity will allow students to relate these terms to the foods they eat every day. Using...
AP8675 - $14.30
Actively teach your students the periodic table by having them do this unique hands-on activity. The students will develop their own periodic table by arranging nine unnamed elements according to their periodic properties. The students have to decide...
AP8686 - $102.45
Similar to our radial chromatography kit (Catalog No. AP8687), but using a technique that runs the chromatograms directly onto T-shirts. The process is fast, easy, safe, and it produces beautiful explosions of color. Let chemistry make the fashion...
AP8687 - $59.10
Black inks used in commercially available pens are often mixtures of several pigments, and each pen company usually has its own unique, patented “recipe” for black ink. Paper chromatography can be used to separate these mixtures. This kit incorporates...
AP8718 - $52.60
Arouse student curiosity. Irwin Talesnick's famous orange juice clock is guaranteed to get your students thinking! How does the clock work? How long will the clock run on orange juice? Can you use something other than orange juice? Hundreds of questions...
AP8750 - $65.35
Growing crystals in gels is a fascinating way to show chemical reactions over time. By mixing a few solutions together a gel is made that contains an evenly distributed ion. Another ionic solution or a piece of metal is placed at the top of the gel....
AP8751 - $109.45
Growing crystals in gels is a fascinating way to show chemical reactions over time. By mixing a few solutions together a gel is made that contains an evenly distributed ion. Another ionic solution or a piece of metal is placed at the top of the gel....
AP8766 - $44.00
Challenge your students to an exciting game of Laboratory Pursuit. Students review various chemical concepts in a fun and non-threatening way. The game comes with three sets of cards. Each set is a different game: element names and symbols, ion names...
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...
AP8833 - $40.50
Equilibrium and equilibrium constant calculations often confuse students. Use this microscale experiment to help students understand the relationship between the equilibrium constant and solubility. Students prepare serial dilutions of calcium nitrate...
AP8834 - $22.50
This experiment is a very straightforward introduction to quantitative determinations. Students are given a mixture of barium nitrate and sodium nitrate salts. A portion of the sample is weighed and dissolved in water. Sulfuric acid is added to the...
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...
AP8973 - $40.75
Identify “unknown” solids that are commonly found in the kitchen. This kitchen chemistry laboratory kit is an excellent way to introduce basic chemical concepts and to develop students' problem-solving skills. Challenge students to discover the identity...
AP8977 - $104.95
Radioactivity and half-life are sometimes difficult for students to understand. With this activity your students will readily grasp the general concepts of radioactivity and half-life determination. Using reusable, simulated plastic radioactive atoms...
AP8981 - $41.05
Beautiful silver chemistry "mirrors" real-life applications of oxidation and reduction! Students create microscale silvered culture tubes by reacting silver-ammonia complex ions with dextrose. Dextrose is a reducing sugar—it reduces silver...
AP9008 - $11.40
Vocabulary Cards for Laboratory Pursuit Game. Also great as stand-alone flashcards! Bundle A Concepts: Introductory terms, scientific method, measuring and calculating, matter and energy, chemical formulas, the mole, chemical reactions, atomic structure...
AP9009 - $11.35
Vocabulary Cards for Laboratory Pursuit Game. Also great as stand-alone flashcards! Bundle A Concepts: Introductory terms, scientific method, measuring and calculating, matter and energy, chemical formulas, the mole, chemical reactions, atomic structure...
AP9010 - $11.55
Vocabulary Cards for Laboratory Pursuit Game. Also great as stand-alone flashcards! Bundle A Concepts: Introductory terms, scientific method, measuring and calculating, matter and energy, chemical formulas, the mole, chemical reactions, atomic structure...
AP9082 - $30.95
Students learn the relationship between pressure and air volume and how air volume acts to regulate buoyancy by constructing Cartesian divers made of simple equipment and materials. Procedures for constructing 11 different types of Cartesian divers...
AP9090 - $80.45
How are nutrients transported through the roots of plants? Why do cucumbers shrivel up to pickles when placed in a salt solution? Why does adding antifreeze to water keep it from freezing at 0 ºC? This unique kit provides a complete lesson plan for...
AP9091 - $27.60
Titrate metal ions found in tap water using the reagent ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid (EDTA). The end point is found using a dye called Eriochrome Black T (EBT), which also forms complexes with metal ions in solution. Students learn how to properly...
AP9114 - $34.75
Melting point determination is one of the most common analytical tests used to identify unknown substances. In this introductory kit, students investigate the melting points of four non-toxic pure substances. Kit includes capillary melting point tubes,...
AP9253 - $25.90
Students will be amazed when they perform this chemiluminescence experiment. They will prepare two solutions and pour them simultaneously into a flask—producing a beautiful blue glow. An instruction sheet with a short history of chemiluminescence is...
FB0442 - $53.10
Learn how fun it is to make cheese right in your lab—your students will love it too! This kit teaches the basic process, adapted centuries ago, of cheese-making using a harmless bacteria and a fermentation-derived clotting enzyme. This sneak peek into...
FB0586 - $61.60
Provide your students with an exciting method to study and compare plant pigments. Using thin-layer chromatography, students can separate and compare chlorophylls and accessory pigments found in two different plants. This kit makes it easy to set up...
FB1310 - $24.45
Genetically engineered and mass produced, the enzyme chymosin is now the premiere enzyme for cheese manufacturing. It is also a perfect enzyme for classroom studies. It is inexpensive, fast-acting, safe and very consistent in controlled studies. Your...
FB1435 - $63.00
Give students their initial experience in the chemistry of living matter by having them identify the basic macromolecules of the cell. This teacher-designed activity can be used as an introduction to any cell unit and will also serve as an excellent...
FB1619 - $30.45
One of the most important decisions the human race will have to make this century is what to do about the destruction of the ozone layer. In 1839, ozone was discovered by Christian Schoenbein. He developed a way to measure ozone in the air using a...
FB1646 - $20.70
This kit utilizes a simulation of the Kastle–Meyer Color Test and can be safely used in a mock crime scene investigation. The Kastle–Meyer Color Test is often used by crime scene investigators to presumptively indicate if blood is present on an object....
AP7166 - $101.31
Put an exclamation point on your year-end review of chemistry concepts with this electric, entertaining, patriotic set of five demonstrations! • Passing electric current through a solution produces streaks of silver crystals that reverse course when...
AP7192 - $59.10
How fast will a chemical reaction occur? Too slow, and it may not be practical. Too fast, and it may explode! In this activity-stations lab, students investigate various factors that influence the rate of chemical reactions. Five independent mini-lab...
AP7092 - $46.45
The properties of gases and the gas laws are important in many areas of science and real life, including physiology, meteorology, scuba diving, even hot air ballooning! In this activity-stations kit, students will investigate the properties of gases,...
AP7193 - $74.75
Chemical equilibrium is a balancing act-what happens when the balance is disturbed? In this activity-stations lab, students investigate various reaction conditions that may influence that balance. Four “mini-lab” activities are set up around the classroom,...
AP7018 - $33.70
Watch paper chameleons magically change color with the help of some basic—and acidic—chemistry. Students spot solutions of various household substances on specially treated blotting paper, then estimate the pH of each by the color produced. Creativity...
AP7154 - $32.10
Concerns about global warming and the depletion of energy sources have generated widespread interest in alternative, renewable fuels. Take advantage of that interest by using this student lab kit to have students prepare and analyze biodiesel fuel....
AP7158 - $30.50
Before da Vinci could write his “code,” he needed ink. Where did he get the ink? He made it! Students will go back in time to the Middle Ages to discover the chemistry behind the ancient process of making ink. After investigating the chemical reactions...
AP7165 - $73.35
Welcome your students to the “wonderful world of chemistry!” Five colorful and engaging demonstrations have been selected to help students develop observational and critical-thinking skills—and to get them excited about the amazing science that lies...
AP7172 - $53.75
From a natural polymer that comes from seaweed to a synthetic polymer that's in the Guinness Book of World Records, polymers have unique and interesting properties. In this activity-stations lab kit, students investigate the properties of polymers...
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...
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...
AP7199 - $83.15
Visualize the properties of amino acids using paper chromatography! The properties of amino acids—acidic or basic, polar or nonpolar, ionic or neutral—are enormously important. They dictate the structures of proteins and the catalytic activity of enzymes....
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...
AP7264 - $24.70
Unlock the puzzle of the periodic table! In this activity, students are challenged to organize or arrange a special deck of colored cards using a method of two-dimensional classification. Students discover the meaning of periodicity as their final...
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,...
AP7285 - $74.35
The properties of solids and liquids provide a mirror for us to “see inside” the world of atoms and molecules—to understand the motion of molecules and to compare the interactions among different types of molecules. In this activity-stations lab, students...
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....
AP7354 - $42.70
Break out your inner Picasso! In this “Marbling Paper” lab activity, students will apply the concepts of intermolecular forces, surface tension, solubility, and viscosity to an age-old craft. Utilizing painters’ inks diluted with natural, nontoxic...
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...
AP7361 - $34.15
Nanotechnology is the study of the preparation and properties of atomic, molecular, or macromolecular particles in the size range of 1–100 nanometers. An exciting new breakthrough in nanotechnology involves the delivery and transport of medicines to...
AP7373 - $29.15
Sodium polyacrylate, the superabsorbent polymer found in disposable diapers, absorbs immense amounts of water. Did you know that it will also remove heavy metal cations from solution? The cross-linked polymer contains a large number of sodium ions....
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...
FB1974 - $54.05
Proteins represent the most diverse class of biological compounds within cells. In this lab, students will quantify the amount of proteins in a sample using a simple color test based on reaction of the protein’s polypeptide backbone with copper ions....
AP7350 - $30.70
The electron, an elementary particle of matter, has a negative charge. Exactly how much electrical charge does one electron have? In the early twentieth century, Robert Millikan quantified the charge of a single electron through a series of carefully...
AP7371 - $58.30
We use polymers every day! In fact, it is difficult to identify items that do not contain polymers. Despite their tremendous variety, all polymers are basically made by either addition or condensation reactions. Three independent “mini-lab” activities...
AP7394 - $45.20
Food dyes have been used extensively for more than 100 years. Would you eat maraschino cherries if they were their natural color of beige instead of red? Explore the properties of the seven Food, Drug, and Cosmetic (FD&C) artificial food dyes with...
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...
AP7418 - $44.55
Dyes color our world and are found in everything from clothing to food. Yet only seven dyes are used to make all of the artificial colors seen in food made in the United States. Food processing is a rigorous undertaking—explore how these dyes may change...
AP7428 - $46.45
Food dyes are everywhere, from food to drink to cosmetics! How much food dye is actually contained in products? In this experiment, determine how much or little of a series of food dyes are added to granular drink mixes to give these drinks their vivid...
AP7430 - $26.60
See the true colors of copper carbonate. The empirical formula of copper carbonate is not obvious but its parts can be investigated and related to the composition of the whole. Students measure the amount of gas generated and apply colorimetric analysis...
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...
AP7433 - $50.50
Sunburn! We have all experienced the pain and misery of overexposure to the Sun’s intense “heat.” Sunscreens applied to the skin shield us from the damaging ultraviolet rays. What do sunscreens contain and how do they block this harmful radiation?...
AP7392 - $61.15
There is more to spinach than meets the eye! A green leafy vegetable, spinach contains iron, chlorophyll, and several other pigments. Students are guided in the use of basic column chromatography techniques to find and identify these accessory pigments...
AP7393 - $40.95
Stoichiometry! A word as strange to some students as the concept it defines. A balanced chemical equation gives the mole ratio of reactants and products for a chemical reaction. When chemical formulas are known, it is relatively easy to determine the...
AP7405 - $78.10
Are any other acids found in fruit juices besides citric acid? Some edible fruits contain six or more carboxylic acids, including benzoic and traces of oxalic. How are these acids separated and identified? Thin layer chromatography, or TLC, is a quick...
AP7413 - $28.95
Add some sparkle to your next holiday celebration by making crystal ornaments. Students make a saturated solution of sodium borate, bend a chenille wire into the desired shape and suspend the wire in the solution. The next day students remove a beautiful...
AP7483 - $19.75
Discover the incredible properties of silver nanoparticles in this hands-on nanotechnology activity. Students create their own colloidal silver solution, observe the ability of the solution to scatter light, and learn about its antimicrobial properties....
FB1982 - $74.00
Nucleic acids were first extracted from cells in 1869—long before Watson and Crick were born. Explore some of the same techniques used by scientists to determine the chemical composition of nucleic acids back when the contents of cells were unknown....
AP7524 - $64.95
Have your students perform paper chromatography using metal ions! In this kit, students learn more about the basics of paper chromatography by developing and evaluating their own chromatograms. Students determine the components of an unknown solution...
AP7501 - $66.15
Caffeine is a naturally occurring heterocyclic molecule called an alkaloid. Alkaloids contain at least one nitrogen with lone pair electrons, giving them their characteristic basic property. Caffeine is found in the seeds, leaves, and fruits of many...
AP7395 - $51.20
From nanofabric to nanobots, nanotechnology has created so much “buzz” that it’s hard to tell where the science ends and the science fiction begins. In this activity-stations lab, students explore some of the fascinating developments in the rapidly...
AP7437 - $59.70
Chemical bonding describes interactions among atoms. What kinds of forces hold atoms together in a molecule or compound? How does the nature of the forces holding atoms together influence the properties of a material? Looking for patterns in the properties...
AP7511 - $45.90
Classic AP Requirement #12b—Determination of the Rate of a Reaction and Its Order In this technology-based lab, students study the rate of the reaction of FD&C Red Dye #3 with sodium hypochlorite. The color change occurring in this oxidation–reduction...
AP7506 - $37.20
Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) is very important nutritionally. Students will perform tests to determine Vitamin C content in their favorite fruit juices. The microscale procedure uses 2,6-dichlorindophenol, which is an indicator that changes color as it...
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...
AP7577 - $102.90
What makes your hair shine? Do some shampoos really clean better than others? With this kit, students have a chance to learn about hair and the function of shampoo ingredients in cleaning the hair. Students gain a valuable learning experience as they...
AP7582 - $81.95
Got milk? From glossy magazine ads to flashy billboards, the message to drink milk is all around us. Why is milk considered a nutritionally complete food source? In this real-world lab activity, students separate the protein and carbohydrate components...
AP7572 - $107.55
Are all toothpastes the same? Students will learn about tooth decay and the function of toothpaste. Students will perform experiments to determine the abrasiveness, pH, fluoride content, and foaming ability of five different toothpaste brands. Students...
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,...
AP7573 - $92.55
Students will use acid–base titrations to determine the concentration of unknown acid and base solutions in this laboratory activity. First, students will determine the concentration of an unknown hydrochloric acid solution by titrating with a THAM...
AP7575 - $52.85
The best way to teach the scientific method is to actually use the scientific method! In this guided-inquiry lab, students determine how different factors will affect the rate at which a solid dissolves in a liquid by following the steps of the scientific...
AP7579 - $48.10
This experiment is a very straightforward introduction to quantitative determinations. Students are given a mixture of barium nitrate and sodium nitrate salts. A portion of the sample is weighed and dissolved in water. Sulfuric acid is added to the...
AP7574 - $62.05
When should students learn how accurate concentrations of solutions are prepared? This year! This detailed laboratory procedure walks students step-by-step through the process of accurately preparing solutions of various concentrations. Students must...
AP7578 - $102.45
How does the periodic table allow students to explain and predict the properties of the elements? Helping students recognize periodic trends in the properties of the elements is key to understanding the full value of the periodic table. The purpose...
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...
AP7599 - $95.95
This microscale version of the iodine clock challenge will surely spark inquiry-based questions in your lab! Students run and time eight trials simultaneously! The effects of concentration, temperature and a catalyst on the rate of an iodine clock...
AP7586 - $102.45
A great, high-quality introductory kit—ideal for teaching the concepts of elements, compounds, and mixtures. Four separate activities are provided. • The first paper-and-pencil activity will familiarize students with common element symbols and names....
AP7605 - $127.95
Paper chromatography is fun! In this unique kit, students conduct two paper chromatography experiments. The first lab involves the separation of pigments from different inks (marking pens). Many inks are mixtures made up of several pigments. Each pigment...
AP7602 - $125.40
Examine the properties of acids and bases with this high-quality kit. Students get a complete introduction to acids and bases. • Test acids and bases with litmus paper and phenolphthalein indicator. • Examine how pH is related to the strength of an...
AP7607 - $126.85
Explore acid-base reactions with this in-depth kit. Students learn about pH, acid-base indicators, antacids, neutralization, and titration as they perform six different experiments: • Study a neutralization reaction to make a simple salt. • Use antacids...
AP7608 - $86.60
This lab will fill your science room with smiles and pleasant aromas of peppermint, banana, and other fruit. Students are sure to enjoy synthesizing esters, the organic compounds responsible for artificial flavors. The simple chemistry behind the synthesis...
AP7536 - $41.85
Water pollution is a crime that is often difficult to solve. While identifying the specific pollutant may be straightforward, locating its source may take serious investigation. A river has been polluted with copper ions and students must identify...
AP7523 - $58.50
Incorporate this student laboratory kit into your green chemistry lessons and witness your students’ enthusiasm as they create beautiful works of chemistry art! Students learn about the structure and properties of amino acids as they produce a natural...
AP7636 - $103.95
Students carry out a series of dramatically colorful tests while they learn that: • Indicators can be acidic or basic. • Each indicator has a specific pH range. • Indicators can be combined to create a specific guide. • A color guide created by each...
AP7637 - $61.45
Swimming pools, lakes, our bodies-all require specific pH levels! Your students will gain a clear understanding of pH with this introductory kit. Students will test six indicators and record their colors in acidic and basic environments. Not only...
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...
AP7630 - $163.95
The mole concept is a bridge connecting the macroscopic properties of matter to the submicroscopic world of atoms and molecules. Students need these connections to succeed in chemistry! Package includes two demonstrations, a beautiful experiment, and...
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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...
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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...
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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...
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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...
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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,...
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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...
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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...
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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...
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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?...
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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...
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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?...
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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...
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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...
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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...
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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...
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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...
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The only thing constant in life is change. This is certainly true in chemistry, where physical, chemical and energy changes are all interrelated. Fully explore these relationships with this comprehensive set of activities—two demonstrations, one experiment,...
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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...
AP7924 - $31.45
Soap-making is one of the oldest known chemical reactions involving organic compounds. Use the ancient craft of soap-making to show students a real-world application of chemistry—making products people use every day! The investigation begins with an...
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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...
AP8045 - $46.75
Put a spin on egg decorating this year—add sparkling crystals! You’ll find everything you need to introduce crystallization and mineral formation with this unique and fun laboratory kit. Students apply the concept of solubility to create a supersaturated...
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