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Enzyme Action - Pressure Sensor

Students use a pressure sensor to compare the rate of hydrogen peroxide decomposition with and without a catalyst.

Supports NGSS Disciplinary Core Idea LS1.A


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EB1A_Enzyme_Action_Pressure_S.pdf 253.52 KB
EB1A_Enzyme_Action_Pressure_Google_Slides.pdf 30.41 KB

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Enzyme Activity - Distance Learning Lab

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Featured Equipment

Wireless Sensor Storage Tray for Pressure Sensors

Storage Tray for Wireless Pressure Sensors

Each tray can store up to 10 wireless sensors; sensors sold separately.

Pressure Sensor

Wireless Pressure Sensor

The Wireless Pressure Sensor accurately and consistently measures absolute gas pressure.

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Enzyme Action - Pressure Sensor