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THATSA PASTA! - A Delicious Density Experiment

THATSA PASTA! - A Delicious Density Experiment

Students learn to measure mass, volume, and density while exploring intensive and extensive properties of matter. This activity in its existing format is appropriate for ages 14-18. It can be adapted for ages 10-13.

EGG OBSERVATIONS - An Osmosis Eggsperiment

EGG OBSERVATIONS - An Osmosis Eggsperiment

Experiment 2. By observing what happens to an egg when it is placed in four different solutions, students see osmosis take place right before their eyes. This activity in its existing format is appropriate for ages 10-18.

THE BURNING QUESTION - A Conservation of Matter Experiment

THE BURNING QUESTION - A Conservation of Matter Experiment

Experiment 3. This safe demonstration will surprise and engage students, leading to a solid understanding of the law of conservation of matter. This experiment is designed for ages 14-18. It can be adapted for ages 10-13.

HAVE A BLAST FINDING MOLAR MASS - An Ideal Gas Experiment

HAVE A BLAST FINDING MOLAR MASS - An Ideal Gas Experiment

Experiment 4. Students apply the Ideal Gas Law to determine the molar mass of an unknown gas found in a common household product. This experiment is designed for ages 14-18. It can be adapted for ages 11-13.

SOIL CHEMISTRY Dealing With Data Can Get Rough!

SOIL CHEMISTRY Dealing With Data Can Get Rough!

Experiment 5. Earth Science is used in this experiment where students learn how to identify and measure different properties of sand.

KEEP YOUR EYES ON THE JOULES - A Hess's Law Experiment

KEEP YOUR EYES ON THE JOULES - A Hess's Law Experiment

Experiment 6. This thermochemistry experiment tracks the movement of heat during an experiment incorporating measurement, data collection, data analysis, and drawing conclusions. This experiment is designed for ages 15-18. It can be adapted for physical science or introductory chemistry classes, but it is most appropriate for advanced classes.

MASSIVE REACTIONS

MASSIVE REACTIONS

Experiment 7. Chemical reactions can be classified into major categories of reactions: synthesis, decomposition, single replacement, double replacement, and combustion. This lab illustrates different types of reactions. This experiment is designed for ages 13-18. It can be adapted for physical science or introductory chemistry classes.

TOPICtutor - Density Determination and Archimedes' Ah-Ha Moment

TOPICtutor - Density Determination and Archimedes' Ah-Ha Moment

This lesson plan is designed to explain how to perform density determination and explain Archimedes' Principle. This lesson is appropriate for grades 7-12 (USA). Parts of the lesson may be appropriate for grades 5-6 (USA).