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A curriculum pack that includes sensors and eBook curriculum materials.
Each pack has been carefully designed to offer maximum flexibility and subject coverage at an affordable price.

Includes:

  • 1 x Gas Pressure - Differential 200kPa
  • 1 x Colorimeter
  • 1 x pH Pack
  • 2 x Temperature Sensor
  • 1 x Chemistry L2 eBook
  • 1 x Chemistry L3 eBook

Chemistry L2 eBook 

  • 01 How hot can water get? 1 
  • 02 How hot can water get? 2 
  • 03 How hot can water get? 3 
  • 04 Measuring pH values 
  • 05 What is the pH value of water? 
  • 06 Comparing the effectiveness of antacids 
  • 07 A chemical reaction using two chemicals found in the home 
  • 08 What happens when an acid is mixed with an alkali? 
  • 09 Acid base titration: Sodium hydroxide with hydrochloric acid 
  • 10 Burning a fossil fuel 
  • 11 Hot and cold reactions 
  • 12 Does mass change in a chemical reaction? 
  • 13 Using mass loss to see how quickly a reaction takes place 
  • 14 Rate of reaction: Marble chips and hydrochloric acid 
  • 15 Evaporation 
  • 16 What happens when salt dissolves in water? 
  • 17 Heat of vapourisation of a liquid 
  • 18 Hydrogen bonding - evaporation 
  • 19 Citrus power 
  • 20 What happens to mass as a fuel is burnt? 
  • 21 Good and bad conductors 

Chemistry L3 eBook 

  • 01 Burning a fossil fuel 
  • 02 Comparing fuels 
  • 03 Good and bad conductors 
  • 04 Electric lemons 
  • 05 Reduction potentials - micro Voltaic cells 
  • 06 Faraday’s laws of electrolysis 
  • 07 Potentiometric study of a mixture of halide ions 
  • 08 A displacement reaction 
  • 09 Hot and cold reactions 
  • 10 Measurement of enthalpy changes: calorimetry 
  • 11 Measurement of enthalpy changes: Endothermic reactions 
  • 12 Hess’s law: Sodium hydroxide and hydrochloric acid 
  • 13 Heat of combustion: Magnesium and oxygen 
  • 14 Heat of solution - adding salt to water 
  • 15 Measuring pH values 
  • 16 Measuring pH values of everyday substances 
  • 17 What is the pH value of water? 
  • 18 Comparing the effectiveness of antacids 
  • 19 What happens when an alkali is mixed with an acid? 
  • 20 A chemical reaction using 2 chemicals found in the home 
  • 21 Buffer solutions 
  • 22 Change of state from solid to liquid 
  • 23 Change of state from liquid to gas 
  • 24 Heat of fusion of ice 
  • 25 Hydrogen bonding - evaporation 
  • 26 Heat of vapourisation of a liquid 
  • 27 Boyles law 
  • 28 Temperature volume relationship in a gas (Charles law, Gay-Lussacs law) 
  • 29 Pressure temperature relationship of a gas, absolute zero 
  • 30 Daltons law of partial pressures 
  • 31 Molar mass of a volatile liquid 
  • 32 Determination of R, the gas constant 
  • 33 Determination of n for a chemical reaction 
  • 34 Acid alkali titration using a burette 
  • 35 Acid base titrations: Sodium hydroxide against hydrochloric acid 
  • 36 Acid base titrations: Sodium carbonate against hydrochloric acid 
  • 37 Acid base titrations: polyprotic acids, titration of phosphoric acid 
  • 38 Acid base titrations: polyprotic acids, determination of the molar concentration of phosphoric acid in cola 
  • 39 Acid base titrations: Alanine with sodium hydroxide 
  • 40 Acid base titrations: a thermometric titration 
  • 41 Acid base titrations: a conductometric titration of sodium hydroxide with hydrochloric acid using a burette 
  • 42 Acid base titrations: sodium hydroxide with hydrochloric acid 
  • 43 Acid base titrations: barium hydroxide with hydrochloric acid 
  • 44 Rate of reaction: marble chips and hydrochloric acid 
  • 45 Rate of reaction: Which catalyst is best? 
  • 46 Rate of reaction: Light transmittance of hydrochloric acid and sodium thiosulphate 
  • 47 Autocatalytic oxidation of ethanedioate by manganate (VII) 
  • 48 Finding the concentration of a solution using Beer Lambert’s law 
  • 49 Finding the concentration of chlorine using Beer Lambert’s law 
  • 50 Determination of the manganese content of a paper clip 
  • 51 Stoichiometry of the copper - EDTA complex 
  • 52 Chemical equilibrium, calculating Kc 
  • 53 Colorimetric determination of glucose concentration 
  • 54 Comparing and measuring the viscosity of liquids 

Contents/Details:

1x (3141) Gas Pressure Sensor - Differential ±200 kPa
1x (3275) Colorimeter Sensor
1x (3125PK) pH Sensor Pack
2x (3100) Temperature Sensors
1x (3523) Chemistry L2 eBook
1x (3524) Chemistry L3 eBook

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