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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...
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,...
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...
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...
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...
AP4639 - $36.50
This economically priced, compact, all-purpose multimeter is perfect for the rigors of student classroom use. Comes complete with battery and test leads. Specifications include: • 3 1/2-digit high-contrast LCD • DC current to 200 mA, fuse protected...
AP5879 - $153.75
One-way glass stopcocks conveniently located on the top of this high-quality apparatus allow for easy collection of gases during electrolysis experiments. The large center reservoir bulb will easily handle the liquid displacement from the two side...
AP6925 - $76.90
Generate electricity using two common materials—aluminum and air! Students build a simple dry cell battery from these household materials and then investigate the battery's electrical properties. They may also test modifications of the battery to improve...
AP9027 - $54.40
Set up a complete electrolysis demonstration within minutes! This rugged, economical electrolysis apparatus is easy to operate and perfect for student use-simply fill the tubes with an electrolyte solution, place them in a battery jar or 600-mL beaker,...
AP9028 - $34.10
Set up a complete electrolysis demonstration within minutes! This rugged, economical electrolysis apparatus is easy to operate and perfect for student use-simply fill the tubes with an electrolyte solution, place them in a battery jar or 600-mL beaker,...
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...
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...
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...
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