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21 useful datalogging activities support the core Chemistry curriculum for ages 11-14.

This eBook, supplied on CD-ROM, contains:

  • The full eBook (PDF) of all the experiment worksheets and teachers notes.
  • Every worksheet and teacher note as a separate PDF
  • Setup files to match these experiments are included in the Free EasySense software.

The range of practical activities are:

  • How hot can water get?
  • Measuring pH values
  • What is the pH value of water?
  • Comparing the effectiveness of antacids
  • A chemical reaction using 2 chemicals found in the home
  • What happens when an alkali is mixed with an acid?
  • What happens to pH when sodium hydroxide is added to hydrochloric acid?
  • Burning a fossil fuel
  • Hot and cold reactions
  • Does mass change in a chemical reaction?
  • Using mass loss to see how quickly a reaction takes place
  • Rate of reaction: Marble chips and hydrochloric acid
  • Evaporation
  • What happens when salt dissolves in water?
  • Heat of vaporization of a liquid
  • Hydrogen bonding, identifying through evaporation
  • Citrus power
  • What happens to the mass as a fuel is burnt?
  • Good and bad conductors

The sensors used include:

  • pH sensor (3125PK)
  • Temperature (3100)
  • Current (3165 or 3166)
  • Voltage (3160 or 3160-12)
  • Drop Bubble Counter (3266)
  • Oxygen sensor (3130PK)
  • Humidity (3145)
  • Top-pan Balance and Adaptor (3060 or 3065)

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