Complete Introduction to Chemistry Kit
Meeting the needs of middle schoolers and high schoolers, regardless of their science background, this Complete Introduction to Chemistry Kit may provide the perfect introduction to real science and engage the most reluctant scientist. In fact, do not be surprised if your eager scientist will beg to join in the hands-on learning with this lab kit! Included in the kit are step-by-step instructions for 27 chemistry experiments, and quality labware that will last years. Topically, students will learn about states of matter, physical properties (like density), acids and bases, polymerization, precipitation, physical and chemical reactions, electrochemistry, and more. Introductory information, tips, general lab and safety rules, safety checks, bonus experiments and ideas for further study are also included. Included supplies are a Celsius thermometer, 250 ml. and 600 ml. glass beaker, 250 ml. bottle (natural HDPE), polypropylene graduated cylinder (100 ml.), pipet (medicine dropper), Erlenmeyer flask (250 ml.), plastic funnel, alcohol lamp burner, burner stand, stainless steel spatula, glass stirring rod, test tube rack (6 holes), 4 large test tubes (16 x 150 mm.), and a test tube clamp. Additionally, a 4” copper electrode, filter paper, 20 plastic petri dishes (90 x 150 mm.), pH papers, alligator clip leads, D-size battery and battery holder, balloons, coarse sand, tea light candle, flexible plastic straws, deluxe lab apron, splash safety goggles, medium safety gloves and most chemicals for experiments. Chemicals include Alka-Seltzer tablets, Calcium Hydroxide (lime), Copper II Sulfate, food coloring, Potassium Bitartrate, Sodium Tetraborate, Sodium Carbonate, yeast, school glue, and Phenolphthalein Solution. There are a few household items that you will need to provide (for example: popcorn kernels, eggs, corn syrup, etc.) ~Deanne
Give your student an excellent introduction to chemistry with this hands-on kit! This complete introduction to chemistry kit is full of real lab equipment and step-by-step instructions for 27 chemistry experiments students can do anywhere – no matter their science background! Middle school and high school students will learn about states of matter, physical properties (like density), acids and bases, polymerization, precipitation, physical and chemical reactions, electrochemistry, and so much more!
Contents list: 24-Page Experiment Guide; Labware: Thermometer, Celsius, 12"; 250 ml Glass Beaker, 600 ml Glass Beaker, 250 ml Bottle, natural HDPE; 100 ml Graduated Cylinder, polypropylene; Pipet (medicine dropper); 250 ml Erlenmeyer flask; Rubber Stopper, #6.5, solid; Plastic Funnel, 65 mm dia.; Alcohol Lamp Burner, wickless (you can buy ethyl alcohol fuel from HST); Burner Stand; Stainless Steel Spatula; Glass Stirring Rod, 6"" long; Test Tube Rack, 6 holes; 4 Large Test Tubes, 16x150 mm; Test Tube Clamp
Supplies: Copper, metal electrode, 4"; Filter Paper, 11 cm, 10 sheets; 20 Plastic Petri Dishes, 90x15mm; pH Papers, 1-14 range, 80/pack; Alligator Clip Leads, 2/pack; Battery, D-size, heavy duty; Battery Holder, for D cell; 2 Balloons, medium, 9"; Sand, coarse, 4 oz.; Candle, tea light; 2 Straws, flexible plastic.
Safety Equipment: Deluxe Lab Apron, Splash Safety Goggles, Medium Safety Gloves
Chemicals: Alka-Seltzer Tablets Calcium Hydroxide, 30 g, lime; Copper II (Cupric) Sulfate, 30 g; Food Coloring, 4 colors; Potassium Bitartrate, 30 g; Sodium Tetraborate, 30 g; Sodium Carbonate, 30 g; Yeast, 2 packets; School Glue, 8oz; Phenolphthalein Solution, 30ml
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