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AP6253 - $15.95
The study of chemistry begins in the lab! Scientific method, measurement, and density labs teach students to analyze and graph data, recognize patterns and trends, and identify sources of experimental error.
AP6254 - $15.95
Everything you ever wanted to know about chemistry is in the periodic table! Periodic properties, predicting undiscovered elements, and the physical and chemical properties of elements clearly reveal the lasting lessons that the periodic table brings...
AP6255 - $15.95
Take the fear out of stoichiometry calculations!  Students analyze the formulas of compounds and determine molar relationships among reactants and products.  These difficult concepts are more easily understood when students use their own...
AP6365 - $15.95
Models of atomic and electron structure have fascinated scientists for centuries.  Students evaluate the evidence for these models as they simulate experiments on subatomic structure, estimate the size of atoms, analyze the distribution of isotopes,...
AP6366 - $15.95
Preparing gases and studying their chemical properties is a rite of passage in the high school chemistry classroom. Micro- and macroscale methods for the preparation of gases allow students to explore the properties of hydrogen, oxygen, carbon dioxide,...
AP6367 - $15.95
Pressure, volume, temperature, and number of moles-these four properties of a gas are sufficient to completely describe its physical behavior. Students measure the properties of gases and study the relationships among the variables that will allow...
AP6595 - $15.95
The principles of chemical bonding provide a foundation for understanding the behavior of compounds. Students investigate the characteristic features of ionic, covalent, and metallic bonding. The properties of compounds depend on the nature of chemical...
AP6596 - $15.95
Chemical reactions occur all around us-in our homes, our cars, even our bodies. Students gather evidence to identify chemical reactions, examine the driving forces that cause reactions to occur, and search for patterns to classify chemical reactions....
AP6659 - $15.95
Classifying matter activities - compare the properties of metals, nonmetals, and metalloids, investigate the composition of simple compounds, and separate and identify the components in mixtures using filtration, distillation, and chromatography. ...
AP6259 - $15.95
The story of chemistry is the story of change-physical changes, chemical changes, and energy changes. Students investigate exothermic and endothermic reactions, measure heats of reaction, and analyze the energy content of food. Activities include detailed...
AP6260 - $15.95
Teachers love teaching about acids and bases because there are so many interesting applications to explore. Students investigate the nature of common laboratory and household acids and bases, extract natural indicators, measure the strengths of acids...
AP6368 - $15.95
Most of the chemistry in our daily lives-whether in the environment or in our bodies-occurs in aqueous solution. Students prepare unsaturated, saturated, and supersaturated solutions, measure solubility curves, compare the solubility of polar and nonpolar...
AP6369 - $15.95
How fast will a reaction occur? Too slow, and it may not be practical. Too fast, and the reaction may explode. Students measure the rates of chemical reactions, investigate how concentration, temperature, and catalysts affect rates, and determine rate...
AP6370 - $15.95
Any reversible chemical reaction will eventually reach a position of equilibrium. Students discover the nature and consequences of chemical equilibrium as they study reversible chemical reactions, learn what happens when equilibrium is disturbed, and...
AP6660 - $15.95
How does evaporation cool the body? What forces enable a water bug to “walk” on water? Why does food cook faster in a pressure cooker? Students study the physical properties of solids and liquids and investigate the relationship between the properties...
AP6661 - $15.95
Oxidation and reduction reactions supply energy and materials for life and living. The principles and applications of these important reactions come to life as students explore the properties of oxidizing and reducing agents, investigate metal activity,...
AP6662 - $15.95
Electrochemistry experiments and demonstrations that won't bust your budget! Measure cell voltages for different combinations of metals using “microvoltaic” cells, observe the electrolysis of water and the effect of different salts, and investigate...
AP6764 - $15.95
Activities using natural or consumer sources of radioactivity and creative simulations provide safe alternatives for learning about the promise and peril of the nuclear age. Students observe radioactive decay tracks in a cloud chamber, investigate...
AP6261 - $15.95
Carbohydrates, proteins, and lipids - these are the molecules of life.  Students explore the connections between the biological world and the chemical world as they examine the structures and properties of key classes of biological molecules.
AP6371 - $15.95
You are what you eat! Students build vital connections and integrate their knowledge of chemistry and nutrition as they measure the amount of protein, carbohydrate, and fat in foods, analyze their vitamin and mineral content, and explore the chemistry...
AP6618 - $129.95
Get the completed core curriculum series of essential labs and demonstrations! Handsome boxed sets of Volumes 1-9 and Volumes 10-18 put the entire first and second semester chemistry topics at your fingertips.
AP6621 - $129.95
Get the completed core curriculum series of essential labs and demonstrations! Handsome boxed sets of Volumes 1-9 and Volumes 10-18 put the entire first and second semester chemistry topics at your fingertips.
AP6987 - $15.95
Earth, air, water, and sky! Learn how to apply the principles of chemistry to understand environmental processes. Students measure dissolved oxygen and nutrients in water, analyze water quality, investigate soil composition and properties, determine...
AP6988 - $15.95
Look around-is there anything that is not made of a polymer, either natural or man-made? Students investigate the preparation and properties of addition and condensation polymers and study the physical properties of polymers.
AP6989 - $15.95
Earth, air, water, and sky!  Learn how to apply the principles of chemistry to understand environmental process.  Students measure dissolved oxygen and nutrients in water, analyze water quality, investigate soil composition and properties,...
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