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  • Aspirin is to this day the most widely used painkiller and largest selling non-prescription medicine in the world. Learn about the history of the development acetylsalicylic acid (aspirin) and test the performance of several different types of aspirin. Students will examine the solubility of…

  • Kit Intro To Medelian Genetics

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    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…

  • Drug testing comes in two forms, presumptive and confirmatory. Because of the cost associated with confirmatory testing, a presumptive test is often employed first. While there are various forms of presumptive drug testing, two of the most common techniques are immunoassay testing and thin-layer…

  • TLC is a technique of separation chemistry, which provides a simple, rapid method of separating small amounts of compounds. A mixture of three dyes is prepared and then separated on a thin layer of the absorbent silica gel with the appropriate solvent. Aligned to the Next Generation Science…

  • Of all the naturally occurring metals copper is one of the most useful and versatile. Evidence suggests copper has been used by humans for at least 10,000 years. Copper is used for architecture. It is used for electrical wiring, water pipes, and plumbing fixtures. It is found in automobiles and a…

  • Kit Anesthefly

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    Anesthetize Drosophila melanogaster fruit fly)and other small insects for at least 40-50 minutes without killing or sterilizing. Includes instructions. Kit Includes: 25mL Anesthefly Solution Cotton Tip Swabs Sorting Brush Vial DOT Info: Small quantity exemption 173.4 THIS PACKAGE CONFORMS TO 49…

  • Soil composition has been a keystone experiment in earth science classrooms for many years. Our soil analysis kit will teach students the skills needed to properly conduct soil composition tests as well as allow them to collect and evaluate local soil samples. By bringing in local soil samples the…

  • A major challenge for any scientist is identifying what and how much of something is in a solution. One of the most common measurement techniques used is titration. The activities in this kit will focus on how acid-base titrations work and how to identify the concentration of an unknown acid. Kit…

  • Be prepared for spills in your lab. This kit contains enough material to clean up a liter of four different kinds of chemicals in your lab. Complete with instruction sheets and SDS. Kit Includes: 1100g Diatomaceous Earth (Flammable Absorbent Material) 1.0kg Acid Spill Cleanup Kit (Acid…

  • While over 99% of DNA is the same among all humans, the remaining part is unique to every individual (with the exception of identical twins). These differences are hereditary, with parts of the unique sequence coming from each parent. By using DNA fingerprinting, or DNA profiling, a child’s…

  • Cholesterol levels can have a major impact on your health and your risk of heart disease. In this activity, students will measure the total cholesterol level for four patients using test strips and simulated blood. After analyzing their results and the lifestyles of each patient, students will…

  • 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…

  • A negative stain colors the background of a smear rather than the bacteria as a direct stain does. These stains have negatively charged functional groups so they can’t bind directly to negatively charged bacteria. Kit Includes: 30mL Formalin-Nigrosin Solution 30mL Hydrochloric Acid, 1% 30mL Congo…

  • Kit Paper Chromatography

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    Chromatography is the oldest documented technique to separate chemical substances. In this activity, students will perform paper chromatography on three individual dyes and a mixture of dyes to determine if all three dyes are in the mixture. Students will understand not only the components of a…

  • Often times, the composition of a mixture may contain a variety of unknown components. In some cases, the components of a mixture may be known but the exact amount of those components in the mixture is not. Analytical chemists often have a variety of tools and techniques to analyze unknown…

  • Learn how environmental scientists study pollution by testing air and water samples from your local area! This kit includes nine different tests to determine the air and water quality of samples you collect from your community. Investigate your water quality by testing for dissolved oxygen levels,…

  • 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…

  • The gas laws (Boyle’s, Charles’s and Gay-Lussc’s) are simple mathematical relationships between volume, temperature and pressure. By varying one component you can measure the effect on the other three. Gases are for the most part invisible, they cannot be observed as readily as a solid or liquid…

  • 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…

  • This comprehensive kit incorporates a variety of scientific techniques all themed around common kitchen materials. Students will perform chromatography on commercial food colors, use chemical tests to identify an unknown cooking ingredient, examine the protein digesting ability of a common meat…

  • The problem of acid rain is quite often associated with its effects on aquatic systems. Unfortunately, acid rain can also have devastating effects on terrestrial environments as well. In this activity, students will examine the detrimental effects of acidic conditions on plants. Plants will be…

  • Show an example of polymer chemistry. Make your own nylon which is a synthetic compound of high molecular weight that consists of up to millions of repeated chemical units that are linked together. This polymer is referred to as Nylon 6-10. Aligned to the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS)* …

  • Explain the principle of high surface tension as water acts like a membrane stretched across the surface preventing the sulfur particles from sinking. A wetting agent lowers the surface tension and allows the particles to fall through the surface to the bottom of the beaker. Aligned to the Next…

  • Kit Includes: 30mL Methylene Blue Loefflers Solution 30mL Methylene Blue Saturated, 1% in IPA/Water 30mL Carbol Fuchsin Solution 30mL Carbol Rose Bengal Solution 30mL Crystal Violet, 1% Alcohol DOT Info: Small quantity exemption 173.4 THIS PACKAGE CONFORMS TO 49 CFR 173.4 for domestic highway or…

  • Kit Gram'S Stain

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    The Gram stain is one of the most important differential staining techniques used by microbiologists to determine if bacteria are Gram-positive or Gram-negative. Kit Includes: 4 x 25mL Ethyl Alcohol, Denatured, 95% 1 x 30mL Crystal Violet Ammonium Oxalate 1 x 30mL Safranin O, 1% Aqueous Solution 1…

  • Use your forensic techniques to solve the crime of the missing frogs from the biology classroom. Four possible suspects have been identified by the authorities. Use fingerprints, hair examination, and chemical analysis of ink by thin-layer chromatography to help determine the most likely culprit.…

  • Study how the concentration of acids in various consumer beverages may be determined by titration with sodium hydroxide. Students will determine the proper indicator to use in the titration of a weak acid. Students will create an experiment to calculate the molar concentration of acid in a…

  • Ringer'S Mammal Sterile 200Ml

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    200mL Sterile Ringer’s solution, mammal. DOT Info: Non-regulated

  • Kit Universal Spill

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    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 10 liters of solvent. Complete with instruction sheets and SDS. Kit Contains: 1.1kg Universal Absorbent 1…

  • Prepare your own squashed stained slide and be able to identify the phases of plant mitosis and chromosomal development. Students will be able to prepare, stain and mount slides using specially prepared onion root tips. Kit contains enough material for 15 groups. Teacher’s Manual and Student Study…

  • 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…

  • Students will genetically engineer bacteria through transformation with a plasmid that confers antibiotic resistance. They will then examine the number of resistant bacteria to determine the efficiency of the transformation procedure. Teachers manual and Student Study Guide copymasters are…

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