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  • Distillation Apparatus

    United Scientific Supplies

    This complete set features high quality borosilicate glass parts and all hardware necessary for simple distillation experiments. Includes: 500ml Round Bottom Borosilicate Flask with Side Tube 300mm Graham Condenser 250ml Erlenmeyer Flask Glass Stopper Support Stand…

  • In this lab, the student learns the difference between forensic chemistry and forensic toxicology. They gain knowledge in understanding how over-the-counter drugs, controlled drugs, and illegal drugs may act as toxins. Students will have the opportunity to perform presumptive chemical tests on…

  • Kem-Kit Semi-Micro 14/20

    DWK Life Sciences (Kimble)

    KEM-KITS® contain a selection of basic small scale glassware for extraction, reflux, reflux with addition, fractionation, and distillation (steam, atmospheric and vacuum), as well as for other organic preparations. Fourteen components are supplied: Bleed Adapter, Claisen Adapter,…

  • Crime scene investigators are called to the scene of a possible violent crime. They examine the scene for evidence, such as fingerprints, hair, fibers, etc. After collecting the evidence, they notice there is no visible blood. Someone takes out a spray bottle and begins to spray the area with a…

  • Makes: 1.0M 1Liter Solution 0.8M 1Liter Solution 0.6M 1Liter Solution 0.4M 1Liter Solution 0.2M 1Liter Solution Add sucrose to distilled water and Q.S. to 1 Liter Kit Includes: 342g Sucrose Granular Sugar 273.3g Sucrose Granular Sugar 205g Sucrose Granular Sugar 136.8g Sucrose Granular Sugar…

  • This kit has been designed to allow the analyst to perform a very simple titration to determine the dissolved oxygen concentration in their freshwater sample. The titration uses an easily identifiable color transition to indicate the end of the analysis. The kit contains everything an analyst would…

  • Students will study the process of transpiration/transpiration pull and the role it plays in water/nutrient movement in plants. They will study the role of stomata in relation to the transpiration process using a potometer to examine the rate of transpiration in a bean seedling under a select set…

  • The yield of ester can be increased either by removing one of the products of the reaction as it is formed or by increasing the concentration of one of the reactants. The normal procedure is to remove water using the dehydrating agent sulfuric acid, which also acts as the catalyst. In this…

  • A few colored crystals are added to a clear solution in a glass jar or beaker. Within a few minutes large plant like structures extend from the crystals. Aligned to the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS)* Disciplinary Core Ideas: PS1.A; PS1.B Performance Expectations: MS-PS1-2 Cross Cutting…

  • Be prepared for spills in your lab. This kit contains enough material to clean up a liter of a 10% formalin solution. Complete with instruction sheets and SDS. Kit Includes: 2 Nitrile Gloves 2 Polybags 9? x 16? 2 Twist Ties 2 Blank Shipping Tags 1 Dustpan and Brush Set 1 Bag Vermiculite Absorbent…

  • Refill Kit Includes: 4 Simulated Urine Samples, 250mL each Patient X Patient Y Patient Z Control DOT Info: Small quantity exemption 173.4 THIS PACKAGE CONFORMS TO 49 CFR 173.4 for domestic highway or rail transport only

  • Kit Intro To Medelian Genetics

    Innovating Science

    When Austrian monk Gregor Mendel began observing and analyzing various traits of pea plants in the 1800s, little did he realize that his work would eventually become a foundation for the basis of modern genetics. In this activity, students can simulate Mendel’s work and determine patterns of…

  • Kit Exploring Meteorology

    Innovating Science

    Weather impacts everyone, everyday in some way and the meteorologist that study weather patterns are our best source for information. This experiment provides students with the experience of being a meteorologist. It includes studies of pressure changes and creating their own barometer. Studies of…

  • Engineers play an integral role in the process of finding a “perfect” material or ratio of materials to maximize the desired properties and decrease the amount of negative effects of other properties. For example, when developing the perfect material for use in contacts, an engineer will have to…

  • Kit Acid Rain Science Fair Kit

    Innovating Science

    The Acid rain test kit is great to use in the classroom or for science fair projects to determine if you have acid rain in your area. Collect water samples and use a low range pH indicator to determine the pH of your water sample with a colorimetric comparison chart. Kit Includes: 15ml Low Range…

  • Kit Universal Mini Spill

    Innovating Science

    Be prepared for spills in your lab. This universal absorbent eliminates the guesswork and is safe for use on all chemicals except hydrofluoric acid. This kit contains enough material to absorb 1 liter of solvent. Complete with instruction sheets and SDS. Kit Contains: 1.1kg Universal Absorbent 1…

  • Test for the presence of blood on materials using phenolphthalein. The test will not distinguish between animal and human blood. Further serology tests are needed. Kit contains instructions, blood standard and reagents to complete 30 tests. Aligned to the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS)* …

  • The history of teeth cleaning agents actually goes back thousands of years. Toothpaste as we know it today however is a comparatively recent development. In this activity, students will investigate several properties of toothpaste samples, provided in the kit, including presence of fluoride, pH,…

  • Kit Abo/Rh Blood Typing Lab

    Innovating Science

    This activity provides the most procedurally accurate simulation of the blood typing technique available. Students test and determine the ABO/Rh blood types of four different simulated blood samples. Using Innovating Science’s new simulated blood, the students combine blood samples and antisera,…

  • Hydrogen peroxide is added to a solution of sodium potassium tartrate and heated. Copper sulfate solution is added and the solution turns light blue. With continued heating the solution foams and turns orange-gold. Aligned to the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS)* Disciplinary Core Ideas:…

  • Magnesium Ribbon

    GSC International, Inc.

    Magnesium Ribbon: Contains 99% Magnesium, 1% Zinc and Lead.

  • Kit Co2 To The Rescue Acs Kit

    Innovating Science

    This series of activities, developed by the American Chemical Society through grants from the National Science Foundation and National Institutes of Health, is comprised of a lesson that begins with a design challenge: to invent a small device that could rescue a cell phone that accidentally falls…

  • pH PAPER, 100 strips

    United Scientific Supplies

    Each vial contains 100 strips, 2" x 1/4"

  • A crime has been committed and it’s up to you to help prove who did it. This kit has been designed to introduce students to the field of forensic soil analysis by providing them with a set of soil and glass samples that have been recovered from a crime scene to compare with a set of samples taken…

  • Kit Includes: 30mL Phenolphthalein, 1% Solution 30mL Universal Indicator 30mL Bromothymol Blue, 0.04% DOT Info: Small quantity exemption 173.4 THIS PACKAGE CONFORMS TO 49 CFR 173.4 for domestic highway or rail transport only WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including…

  • For blood typing using real human blood. 5 mL vials contain enough antisera for 75 students. Sample will keep over one year with proper refrigeration. FOR EDUCATIONAL USE ONLY. NOT FDA APPROVED FOR CLINICAL USE. DOT Info: Non-regulated

  • Kit Includes: 1 Instruction Sheet/SDS 2 Nitrile Gloves 2 Polybags 9? x 16? 2 Twist Ties 2 Blank Shipping Tags 1 Dustpan and Brush Set 1 bag Diatomaceous Earth DOT Info: Non-regulated WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Respirable crystalline silica, which is known to the…

  • Learn the role of the kidney in blood filtration and waste removal along with the many functional tasks performed by nephrons, as well as nephron structure. Students will create an artificial kidney model to filter simulated blood. This will allow them to visually determine if filtration of the…

  • Students will test the solubility of each possible component of a commercially available pain reliever in an organic solvent, ethyl acetate, and in a basic aqueous solution of sodium bicarbonate. These results will help the student create a procedure that will be used to separate components in a…

  • Demonstrate polymer chemistry. Newsprint is dissolved in a solution of ammonium hydroxide and cupric sulfate. The solution is then added to a sulfuric acid solution and dark strands are formed. Aligned to the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS)* Disciplinary Core Ideas: PS1.A; PS1.B…

  • Chemical reactions vary greatly. For example, some chemicals react extremely fast like an explosion, while others, like rusting metal, can react over a long period of time. Understanding the factors that influence the rate of a reaction allows the scientist to speed up or slow down reactions as…

  • The idea of the reversibility of chemical reactions was first stated by C. Berthollet in 1799. He noted deposits of sodium carbonate in certain salt lakes in Egypt and concluded that they were produced by the high concentration of sodium chloride and dissolved calcium carbonate. This is the reverse…

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