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What is Ice Cream?


I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream! Ice cream is a frozen (solid) foam consisting of air mixed in a solution of sugar, protein, and fat in water. Have fun exploring ice cream and milk with these engaging freebies, videos, and kits!

Freezing Point Depression—
Student Laboratory Kit
With the Freezing Point Depression Chemistry Laboratory Kit, students determine the effect of dissolved impurities on the freezing point of a substance and compare the effect of different additives on the freezing point.

Milk Is a Natural—Biology, Chemistry
and Nutrition Laboratory Kits
In the Milk Is a Natural—Biology, Chemistry and Nutrition Laboratory Kit, separate the protein and carbohydrate components of skim milk, analyze their properties and confirm their identity.

Analyzing Calcium in Milk—General,
Organic and Biological Chemistry Kit
General, Organic and Biological Chemistry (GOB) Lab Kit: Analyzing Calcium in Milk is an excellent activity to “bone-up” on calcium properties and titration skills. Explore the chemistry behind the nutrition.

Everyone Scream for Ice Cream
Everyone loves ice cream! Take an in-school field trip to the cafeteria, gym or even outside, and discover the scientific principles that are important in making our favorite summertime dessert.

 

Freezing Point Depression
To demonstrate the effect of adding salt (a solute) to the freezing point of water (a solvent).

Lactose Intolerance
Milk and dairy products can cause problems for many people who lack the enzyme required to digest lactose, the main carbohydrate found in milk. This demonstration illustrates the use of a commercial enzyme product called Lactaid™ as an aid in milk digestion.

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