Chemistry Experiments & Kits
Great experiments for simulating the conduction of impulses along nerve fibres according to Prof. Dr. Matthias Ducci / Prof. Dr. Marco Oetken) Exciting experiments for interdisciplinary teaching of fifth and sixth form classes. A model system for simulating ...
Item: U11120 
Round-bottomed flask made of borosilicate glass, 500 ml.
Item: U29428 
Tubing made of crystal clear PVC. Length 20 m.
Internal diameter: 4 mm
Wall thickness: 1 mm
Item: U29495 
Galvanic cell (Daniell cell) named after John Frederic Daniell for studying the properties of an electrochemical cell. The Daniell cell consists of a cylindrical zinc and copper electrode, a clay vessel and a battery glass. Filled with cell electrolyte ...
Item: U29503 
Similar to the one designed by Volta, it comprises alternate zinc and copper plates separated by a felt insulation. The latter absorb any electrolyte above (saline water or acid) and enable exchanges between the various layers; thus we can observe ...
Item: U29504 
Sturdy, economical design provides an ideal way to observe and quantify the relationship between gas pressure and volume. As weights are added to the platen, the same numbers of gas particles are compressed into a smaller volume, increasing the pressure ...
Discover the definition of a chemical reaction and understand its nature, mechanism, properties and applications in both chemistry and biology. Through a series of inquiry-based experiments, your class will demonstrate and observe the changes that accompany ...
Graphically model all of the key components of the atom, including the
nucleus, protons, neutrons and electrons, and the electron layers. Make it easy to comprehend the atom’s structure and such important concepts as atomic number, ionic and covalent ...
Provide your class with a basic understanding of the primary concepts of chemistry as they investigate how matter is classified, identify the various types of mixtures, and compare the properties of solutions with
the properties of mixtures. They'll also ...
A fun way to explore the properties of long-chain polymers!
Investigate the properties of Slime™, a trademarked toy material first marketed commercially in the 1970s. Your students will prepare this entertaining - yet educational - material using various ...
The case of the mysterious disappearing ink!
Expose your class to the science behind acid-base reactions through the demonstration of an ink that disappears right before their eyes. You'll apply a blue liquid to a sheet of paper, leaving behind an "ink ...
- 1 Instruction Sheet/MSDS
- 2 Vinyl Exam Gloves
- 2 Poly Bags (9 x 16in)
- 2 Twist Ties
- 2 Blank Shipping Tags
- 1 Dust Pan and Brush
- 1 Bag of Diatomaceous Earth
The Forensic Chemistry of Who Done it? Lab sets up the following scenario:
Use your forensic techniques to solve the crime of the missing frogs from the biology classroom. Four possible suspects have been identified by authorities. Use fingerprints ...
Learn to identify and classify differnt types of fingerprints. Students will learn how to identify different types of fingerprints and distinguishing characteristics, as well as dusting for fingerprints, the oldest and most commonly used method of fingerprint ...