This Gratnells storage tray can store up to 10 Wireless CO₂ Sensors (PS-3208) and includes vacuum-formed inserts that create a perfect fit for maximum protection.
Perform the following experiments and more with the Wireless CO₂ Sensor Storage Tray.
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Students use a carbon dioxide gas sensor to measure the rates of photosynthesis and respiration in spinach leaves.
Students use a carbon dioxide gas sensor to explore the energy requirements of seeds moving from dormancy to germination.
Students use a carbon dioxide sensor to compare the metabolic rate of yeast in aerobic and anaerobic conditions.