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Item #: PF2028 

Price: $60.00

In this lab experience, students study the effects of intermolecular forces on the properties of water and ethyl alcohol and determine the relative strengths of these forces in each compound. Students come to understand that a material’s physical properties are linked to the material’s structure and bonding.

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Safety: Remind students that ethyl alcohol is a dangerous fire risk; it is flammable and the addition of denaturants makes ethyl alcohol poisonous. Students should wear chemical splash goggles, chemical-resistant gloves, and a chemical-resistant apron.


Materials Included in Kit

Consumable:
Ethyl alcohol, anhydrous, 500 mL
Pipets, Beral-type, microtip, 40

Non-Consumable:
Capillary tubes, 100 mm, package of 100
Glass slides, package of 72
Microspatulas, 24
Petri dishes, plastic, package of 15
Polyethylene slides, package of 25


Additional Materials Required
Buret, Borosilicate Glass, with Glass Stopcock, 50-mL, 10
Buret Support Stand, 10
Dry Erase Boards, 11" × 16", Pkg. of 12, 10
Dry Erase Markers, Black, Pkg. of 12, 10
Single Buret Clamp, Plastic-Coated Jaw, 10
Cylinder, Borosilicate Glass, 50 mL, 10
Cylinder, Borosilicate Glass, 25 mL, 10
Ruler, Metric, Clear, 30 cm, 10