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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...
AP7155 - $31.45
A rainbow spectrum of color changes provides visual proof of the effect of a catalyst. Hydrogen peroxide is added to two separate flasks, each containing a basic solution of sodium thiosulfate, along with universal indicator. One flask also contains...
AP6604 - $72.15
Recognizing chemical reactions and “translating” them into chemical equations are essential skills students need in order to be successful in chemistry. Review the different types of chemical reactions and help your students succeed using this colorful...
AP6605 - $141.25
Students love spectacular chemical reactions, but do they always know what they are seeing? Use these ten targeted demonstrations to help students become proficient in identifying the five different types of chemical reactions.   Single Replacement...
AP2087 - $18.15
This is one of the safer fire, brimstone and smoke reactions. When you add a small amount of glycerin to potassium permanganate, your students will witness the oxidation of glycerin by a permanganate. The reaction is very dramatic with lots of smoke...
AP8659 - $18.95
Produce a rainbow of colors by demonstrating how hydrogen peroxide can both oxidize and reduce. Hydrogen peroxide (which is a colorless solution) will cause another colorless solution to turn yellow then red-orange. It also has the ability to make...
AP8895 - $25.50
Demonstrate to your students what the alchemists only dreamed about. Turn an ordinary copper penny into silver and then into gold. Students will watch as you place pennies into a chemical solution which turns the pennies silver. Then, over heat, the...
AP2091 - $34.25
Take a test tube which “appears” to be absolutely clear, add a few drops of different chemical solutions, swirl the test tube around and place it in hot water. Before your students' very eyes, they will see a beautiful film of copper develop and deposit...
AP4425 - $41.30
Before your very own eyes, you can actually see the formation of shiny tin crystals. The tin is produced by the addition of zinc to a tin(II) chloride solution. Bubbles of hydrogen produced in the reaction float the aggregate tin to the surface like...
AP5936 - $42.40
Watch metallic copper appear instantaneously as aluminum foil is added to aqueous cupric chloride. Try adding aluminum foil to aqueous cupric sulfate—no copper forms and aluminum survives! Add a catalyst—copper appears and aluminum is foiled again!...
AP6307 - $33.25
A new twist on crystal growing! In this activity, students cut out and assemble miniature paper trees. The trees are placed in a solution of Prussian blue, sodium chloride, and ammonia. Overnight the trees become “snow-covered” in a thick, delicate...
AP6308 - $84.90
A new twist on crystal growing! In this activity, students cut out and assemble miniature paper trees. The trees are placed in a solution of Prussian blue, sodium chloride, and ammonia. Overnight the trees become “snow-covered” in a thick, delicate...
AP6893 - $44.30
Reward student achievement or creativity with the “silver mirror award,” a beautiful silver-mirrored flask that you create in the lab. Simply combine four solutions in the Florence flask provided with the kit, swirl, and voilá—a thin, reflective silver...
AP6867 - $31.65
Grow a beautiful “tin-man” crystal tree using this electrifying demonstration! This quick and simple demonstration will teach oxidation-reduction principles and show students the components of a simple electrolytic cell. Students will enjoy watching...
AP8472 - $45.55
Because of its beautiful multicolored compounds, vanadium, atomic number 23, was named after the Scandinavian Goddess of Beauty, Vanadis. In this demonstration, a yellow vanadate solution goes through a series of color changes when shaken together...
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...
AP5929 - $19.40
Watch your valentine vanish and then reappear with this favorite holiday demonstration! Simply shake a flask containing a colorless solution to introduce oxygen. The solution will change to a bright pink valentine color. Then allow the solution to...
AP6603 - $118.85
It's spring break. Time to cast off the winter doldrums and embrace the bright new season! Celebrate the arrival of spring with six fun demonstrations: • An oscillating chemical reaction alternates between frigid blue and sunny yellow, just like the...
AP2102 - $121.51
Demonstrate that “black magic” has a scientific basis with the seven demonstrations included in this kit. • “Ghosts and goblins” will appear out of a 2-liter pop bottle as the pop bottle collapses to prove their escape. • An “amorphous monster” will...
AP6281 - $132.70
Make the holiday season joyous with seven chemistry demonstrations guaranteed to amuse and enlighten the entire class. • Mix two clear liquids and produce a “snowfall” of white flaky precipitate. • Make two solutions of holiday green and red and watch...
AP6384 - $23.25
Perform some of your Halloween magic with this fun demonstration. A slight variation of the classic “Blue Bottle Experiment” allows a pumpkin face to disappear and then reappear over and over again. Shake the flask and the pumpkin face disappears as...
AP6256 - $29.15
This loud and fiery variation of the classic thermit reaction is sure to grab your students' attention. Take two rusty iron balls, wrap one in aluminum foil, bang them together and watch the fireworks!    Enjoy all the pyrotechnics of the...
AP2083 - $19.50
When you shake this flask of solution, the color of the solution will turn from a soft yellow to a bright red to a light, grassy green and then shift back to yellow again. Your students will love this reaction because they can help shake the flask...
AP6467 - $22.80
Demonstrate simple electrolysis in a very colorful and dramatic way on your overhead projector. A 9-V battery supplies the power and universal indicator provides the color show. As electrolysis occurs in the Petri dish, the pH changes at the anode...
AP6602 - $20.60
Challenge students to deduce the chemical reaction that leads to dramatic color changes when a sample of copper carbonate is heated. Copper carbonate is added to a flask and a wine airlock containing bromthymol blue solution is placed on top of the...
AP8653 - $27.30
No one is exempt from an occasional “bout with the blues.” The blues come and go as in this demo. Two colorless solutions and an indicator are mixed, producing a blue solution. Upon standing, the solution becomes colorless. The solution alternates...
AP8684 - $32.60
Astonishing, fascinating, amazing, and incredible are just a few words to describe this easy-to-do demonstration. A warm, clear, blue solution starts to bubble, the temperature rises, the bubbling becomes vigorous and suddenly the solution becomes...
AP7249 - $53.80
Ozone and oxygen are allotropes of oxygen and related molecules, but they have very different properties. Investigate the formation and properties of ozone with this novel, small-scale gas-generating kit. Ozone is produced as a byproduct of the electrolysis...
AP7435 - $42.55
H. J. H. Fenton, an English chemist, discovered in 1894 that some metal ions, particularly the iron(II) ion, catalyze the decomposition of hydrogen peroxide to generate highly reactive intermediates. Fenton’s reaction has been “rediscovered” and is...
AP7436 - $66.05
Use this set of integrated, interactive demonstrations to help students review the major principles of oxidation–reduction. Set of two demonstrations includes: • Reactions of Iron(II) and Iron(III) Ions Investigate electron transfer reactions of Fe2+...
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...
AP7499 - $35.85
Create a series of colorful solutions of manganese-containing ions and solids showing the various hues produced by the six oxidation states of manganese. Project the image of a 6-well plate filled with solutions of manganese(II) ions and manganese(VII)...
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