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AP7169 - \$50.50
Don't just give your students the definition and equation for density—let them discover the concept for themselves! Using either “gold” or “silver” metal shot, students collect mass and volume data, plot the data on a graph to identify the resulting...
AP7089 - \$28.95
Create a beautiful, red, white and blue density column to demonstrate the salting-out effect, relative density, and the miscibility of organic solvents with water. The density column contains three liquid layers consisting of toluene, methyl alcohol,...
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,...
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...
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...
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....
AP4615 - \$12.90
A gallon of milk seems to weigh more than the fluffy pillow you sleep on. You probably wouldn't confuse these two materials nor have trouble thinking about their density. But how about steel versus iron? Aluminum versus tin? Density is a very measurable...
AP4636 - \$11.95
Mass, volume, and density are concepts you teach over and over again during the school year in many different ways. Help students understand the relationships between mass, volume and density with our Equal Mass Kit. Five cylindrical objects, made...
AP6147 - \$128.70
Mass, volume, and density are concepts you teach over and over again during the school year in many different ways. Help students understand the relationships between mass, volume and density with our Equal Mass Kit. Five cylindrical objects, made...
AP6148 - \$142.60
A gallon of milk seems to weigh more than the fluffy pillow you sleep on. You probably wouldn't confuse these two materials nor have trouble thinking about their density. But how about steel versus iron? Aluminum versus tin? Density is a very measurable...
AP6301 - \$21.60
What does pressure feel like? In this activity, students hold a small steel ball in one hand and a large foam ball in the other to answer the question-which one is heavier? Students quickly conclude that the small steel ball is heavier. However, when...
AP5112 - \$12.50
Find the densities of rocks-it's easy with this basic density kit! Students first learn to determine the densities of various objects, then investigate the densities of their own rock samples. Combine this activity with a field activity on rocks. Materials...
AP6195 - \$132.35
Find the densities of rocks-it's easy with this basic density kit! Students first learn to determine the densities of various objects, then investigate the densities of their own rock samples. Combine this activity with a field activity on rocks. Materials...
AP6738 - \$69.25
The mass of the Earth has been calculated to be 5.98 x 1023 kg. The scale of this measurement is difficult to comprehend and impossible to measure directly. In this activity, students will use water displacement to make smaller scale measurements of...
AP7445 - \$17.80
50 + 50 doesn’t always equal 100! Many students have heard that matter is not created or destroyed. This concept relates to mass but not to volume or moles. Show students that adding two identical volumes does not always give twice the volume when...
AP7995 - \$39.75
AP Physics 2, Big Ideas 1 & 3, Investigation 1An object held in air feels heavier than the same object held under water. Physical laws dictate that matter cannot be created nor destroyed, so what accounts for the apparent weight loss? Through careful...
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