This is a kit for serious chemistry students who want more challenging lab experiences! It contains 18 chemical solutions, 4 solids, 4 metals, 22 pieces of equipment, a handy storage container, and a well organized manual with 17 lessons. The kit contains sufficient supplies for every experiment to be completed 5 times. Recommended for the Apologia Exploring Creation with Chemistry course as an optional lab set for those students who would like to do more hands-on labs.
For those enrolled in Seton's High School Chemistry course this set can be used to obtain the "Lab" designation for the course. To do so you should speak with a Seton Counselor.
This kit includes a complete instruction manual, as well as the following equipment:
9-volt battery 15mL, 30mL, 150mL plastic beakers 50mL glass beaker Capillary tubes Chromatography paper Conductivity apparatus Cotton swabs Electrolysis device Felt-tip pen with black, water-soluble ink 10mL plastic graduated cylinder 1.0mL measuring spoon Graduated, mini, and thin stem pipets Plastic toothpicks 96-well reaction plate 24-well reaction plate Rubber bands 15 cm ruler Safety goggles Fine sandpaper Spring clamp 6 x 50 mm test tubes 12 x 75 mm test tubes Celsius thermometer (-10? to 102?C) Washing bottle Wire gauze Wood splints Lab Manual
Chemicals and other supplies:Acetic acid, 0.1 M solution Calcium nitrate, 0.1 M solution Copper nitrate, 0.1 M solution Hydrochloric acid, 0.1 M solution Lead nitrate, 0.1 M solution Potassium Hydroxide, 0.1 M solution Potassium idodide, 0.1 M solution Sodium acetate, 0.1 M solution Sodium hydroxide, 0.1 M solution Sodium oxalate, 0.1 M solution Sodium sulfate, 0.1 M solution Sodium thiosulfate, 0.1 M solution Zinc nitrate, 0.1 M solution Magnesium sulfate Potassium hydrogen phthalate Cetyl alcohol Palmitic acid Bromophenol blue indicator Glycerin Phenolphthalein indicator paper Universal indicator paper
MetalsCopper Lead Nickel Zinc
Lab Experiments in the kit correlated with Apologia?s Exploring Creation with Chemistry: 1. Paper Chromatography (to be used with Apologia?s Module 4) 2. Melting Points, Super Cooling (Module 4) 3. Electrical Conductivity of Several Solutions (Module 3) 4. Mole Ratios (Module 6) 5. Double Replacement Reactions (Module 11) 6. Oxidation-Reduction (Module 16) 7. Decomposition (Module 5) 8. Boyle?s Law (Module 12) 9. Charles?s Law (Module 12) 10. Solubility Product Constant (Module 11) 11. PH and PH Indicators (Module 15) 12. A Microscale Titration (Module 10) 13. Molar Mass by Titration (Module 10) 14. A Buffer Solution (Module 10) 15. Reaction Rates: The Effect of Concentration (Module 13) 16. Reaction Rates: The Effect of Temperature (Module 14) 17. Electrochemistry: Galvanic Cells (Module 16)