• Introductory chemistry set designed specifically for young kids
• Conduct experiments to identify different chemicals
• Discover the invisible gas carbon dioxide and its very visible effects
• 48-page manual guides young chemists through 25 experiments
Kick off a chain reaction of fun-filled experiments with this introductory chemistry set designed specifically for young kids. Junior chemists can safely explore simple chemistry using the tools in this kit and common household substances from the kitchen, bathroom, and laundry room. Learn how to use basic chemistry equipment such as filters, test tubes, pipettes, and measuring spoons, and beakers. Make your own test tube racks out of plaster and learn about the chemical reaction that formed them. Conduct experiments to identify different chemicals using reactions, heat, evaporation, and crystallization. Examine the composition of inks and dyes with chromatography experiments, where colors magically separate from one another on a filter paper disk. Explore the properties of water, soaps, and oils. Experiment with acids and bases using indicators (pH strips and cabbage juice) to identify them. Make fizzy reactions with acids and bases to dissolve shells and inflate balloons. Discover the invisible gas carbon dioxide and its very visible effects. The full-color, 48-page manual guides inquisitive young chemists and their adult supervisors through safely conducting each of the 25 experiments.
• An introductory tour of chemistry with 28 classic experiments
• Discover the colorful effects of acids and bases
• Make fizzy and foamy reactions and write messages with invisible ink
• Learn about reactions between solids, liquids, and gases
• 48-page, full-color experiment manual
• Simple instructions for experiment
• Clear explanations of what happened and why
• Ages 10+
Learn about reactions between solids, liquids, and gases. Discover the colorful effects of acids and bases. Perform astonishing "magic" tricks for your friends. Make fizzy and foamy reactions. Write messages with invisible ink. Investigate metals and salts in electrochemical experiments with a 9-volt battery (not included). Learn for yourself how chemistry goes far beyond textbooks and laboratories to explain occurrences that happen around us every day. The 48-page,full-color experiment manual gives simple instructions for setting up and performing each experiment, and then clear explanations of what happened and why. This kit is ideal for children who are interested in chemistry but who are not yet ready for a more advanced chemistry set. It serves as an excellent introduction to our other chemistry sets.
• Make rock Candy, chocolates, gummy Bears, wintergreen candies, and more
• Learn about specific heat and temperature, crystallization, measurements and more
• Personalize your candy by choosing your ingredients
• Decorate your finished candy with colorful foils, papers cups, and wrappers
• Includes 48-page full-color manual
• Ages 10 and up
Explore chemistry as you cook up candies and chocolates in the kitchen! Perform 25 sweet experiments and learn important physical science principles related to candy and cooking. Discover why sugar crystallizes to make rock candy. Learn about specific heat and the phases of matter by molding chocolates. Use a thermometer and learn about heat and temperature while boiling sugar. Gain experience with measurements and conversions, volumes, and weights. Investigate the chemistry of gummy bears. Learn about the mysterious phenomenon of triboluminescence with wintergreen candies. 48-page, full-color manual.
Atoms are represented by large 1 1/4" and 1 1/8" colored enameled balls drilled to receive connecting bonds. The bonds are represented by slotted pegs and springs, which make for easy assembly. The kit is designed to demonstrate the nature of compounds and the fundamental concepts of chemical change. Students can visualize the three-dimensional structure of a molecule and see first-hand the significance of the formulas. The materials in this kit can be used to construct many different organic molecules and to illustrate different forms of isomerism, including structural isomers, cis-, trans-isomers, and chiral compounds. For example, propyl and isopropyl alcohol can readily be distinguished, as can ortho, meta, and para substituents on a benzene ring.
Set includes: 10 carbon (black), 28 hydrogen (yellow), 4 chlorine (green), 2 nitrogen (blue), 6 oxygen (red), 2 bromine (orange), 2 iodine (purple), 30 wood pegs (3.2 cm), 10 wood pegs (5 cm), 10 springs (5 cm).
This is an excellent Student Atomic Molecular Set, to construct and understand three dimensional Molecular Structures in Organic and Inorganic Chemistry Studies. It consists of 100 wooden colored atoms and 85 bonds. Construction and teaching of Triple and Double bonds is with ease due to the flexible nature of the bonds. Atom holes are drilled with precision for good grip and bond angles.
The kit gives you three different types of bonds to choose from:
35 aliphatic bonds (3.8 cm long)
35 C-H bonds (2.5 cm long)
15 aromatic bonds (2.9 cm long, for constructing benzene ring compounds)
The colored balls in the set represent the following atoms:
30 carbon (black)
12 oxygen (red), 5 nitrogen (orange)
30 hydrogen (white)
18 halogens (green)
5 sulfur (yellow)
The balls are 2 cm in diameter and are drilled to accept the springs.
Learn what air pollution is and how weather and geography affect it. Conduct experiments to test the air that you breathe everyday for pollutants. This kit comes complete with instruction manual, the chemicals and apparatus needed to conduct several air quality tests.
Students will test the physical properties and investigate the chemical composition of carbonated sodas. Then they'll formulate hypotheses, checking their predictions with experiments that they design and conduct themselves. In the process, they'll reveal the composition and nutritional value of various sodas. Enough for 40 Students.
Using comprehensive, curriculum-based investigations, your students will learn about the metric system, mass, volume, density, gravity, temperature and pH. Through these activities, the class gains a thorough understanding of how to gather information, graph and analyze data, and interpret scientific diagrams. Grades 7-10.
Introduce your students to the fundamentals of chemistry. 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 for mixtures. They'll also learn to identify elements and compounds and study how chemical symbols, formulas and equations are used to describe chemical reactions. Grades 7-10.
Ideal field test kit for performing 4 important experiments on water pollution. Test water samples for dissolved oxygen content, chlorides, phosphates, and water hardness. This kit provides all the apparatus and materials necessary for performing each test several times. Comes complete with instruction booklet.
Find out what pollutes drinking water and how it can be made safe again following pollution. Conduct experiments on the chemicals and organisms that make water unsafe to drink and conduct an experiment on its purification. Learn the causes and effects of water pollution.
Zinc metal, foil 0.010" x 12" x 36", (1 piece = 500g) - 500g
Zinc metal, foil 0.010" x 12" x 36", (1 piece = 500g) - 500g