General Chemistry Kits
General Chemistry Kits
Students test chemical properties of seven different solutions in every possible combination.
Explore various physical and chemical properties of matter.
Consumable materials for use with multiple projects or in science kits.
|For Use With (Equipment)||For science kits|
|For Use With (Application)||For multiple projects|
Use a variety of basic volumetric measuring techniques to distinguish between precision and accuracy, while identifying an unknown liquid by its density.
Introduce junior high and high school students to writing ionic formulas and ionic interaction equations.
Order all 16 Kemtec AP Chemistry Kits at once.
|Grade||10 to 14|
|Certifications/Compliance||Exceed 2013 AP next generation national standards|
Kemtec™ AP Chemistry Kits: Determining the Equilibrium Constant (and Temperature's Effect) with Beer's Law
Loaded with important concepts and techniques for the AP chemistry student; determine the equilibrium constant using Le Chatelier's principle and Beer's Law (using spectrophotometry) to determine equilibrium concentrations of reactants and products.
This unique hands-on method of exploring gases allows students to compare properties of real and ideal gases (based on KMT assumptions) as they determine the molar mass of a volatile solvent.
An introduction to observation and investigation using discovery.
Kemtec™ Designing Investigation in Blood Spatter Kit guides students through the investigative process of a blood spatter detective with an inquiry based activity.
22 pieces of labware.
Kemtec™ Dusting for Fingerprints Kit features advanced techniques using carbon, aluminum, magnetic, and fluorescent powders, magnetic applicators, fiberglass brushes, and camel fingerprinting brushes.
Students investigate all aspects of freezing point depression, including solvent freezing constant, van't Hoff factor and molar mass.
Students standardize a sodium hydroxide titrant with a primary standard, KHP; then find the concentration of an unknown acid solution.
This calorimetry lab uses reliable reactions as students measure temperature changes, determine the calorimeter constant and ultimately calculate the molar enthalpy of formation for magnesium oxide using Hess's Law.
Students engage in three experiments to investigate properties of acids, bases and salts.
Experimentally determine the correct chemical formulas for various compounds.
Explore the interaction of light with copper ions in solution using photons from the visible portion of the electromagnetic spectrum.
Students create and analyze four different equilibrium systems, allowing manipulation of a variety of stresses to show how systems respond by shifting in the direction that reduces stress.
Using this superior reagent system, students are able to generate highly reproducible results from an iodine clock reaction.
This unique, hands-on lab shows students how to treat heat as a quantitative product, using continuous variation (Job's method).
Perform four quantitatively different reactions utilizing copper compounds.
Analyze oxidation-reduction (redox) reactions and become familiar with the activity series of metals and its importance in predicting the products of replacement reactions.
Students will enjoy this lab as they experience multiple techniques required for AP chemistry; synthesizing cobalt oxalate hydrate by precipitation, gravimetric analysis by dehydration, and oxidation-reduction (redox) titration on a unique compound.
Students perform titrations on weak acids while measuring pH, perform qualitative analysis by determining pKa values of acids, perform quantitative analysis by calculating molar masses, confirm the identities of weak acids, and derive and use the Henderson-Hasselbalch equation.
Introduce students to various concepts of elements, compounds, and mixtures.
Visualize temperature curves and plateaus for a better understanding of heating and phase change.