High School / Environmental Science

Radiation Energy Transfer

Use a temperature sensor to determine the effect the color of a container has on the temperature of water in the container as it is heated using...

Source: Physical Science Through Inquiry

High School / Environmental Science

Insolation and the Seasons

Use a fast response temperature sensor to determine the effect the angle of the sun has on the temperature of a given surface.

Source: Physical Science Through Inquiry

High School / Environmental Science

Specific Heat of Sand versus Water

Use a stainless steel temperature sensor to explore the effect energy has on the temperature of sand and water.

Source: Physical Science Through Inquiry

High School / Environmental Science

Soil pH

In this lab, students will use pH sensors to determine the pH of three soil samples.

Source: Physical Science Through Inquiry

High School / Environmental Science

Air Pollution and Acid Rain

In this lab, students will use pH sensors to determine the effect air pollutants (CO2, SO2, and NO2) have on the pH of water.

Source: Physical Science Through Inquiry

LEGACY
Advanced Placement / Chemistry

Modeling Chemistry

In this lab, students use temperature, pH, and conductivity sensors to explore chemical and physical changes and analyze them for ambiguity....

Source: Advanced Chemistry Through Inquiry

LEGACY
Advanced Placement / Chemistry

Light, Color, And Concentration

In this lab, students use a colorimeter to learn how to use visible light to determine the concentration of colored ion species in a solution.

Source: Advanced Chemistry Through Inquiry

LEGACY
Advanced Placement / Chemistry

Light, Color, and Concentration

In this lab, students use a spectrometer to learn how to use visible light to determine the concentration of colored ion species in a solution.

Source: Advanced Chemistry Through Inquiry

LEGACY
Advanced Placement / Chemistry

Gravimetric Analysis

In this lab, students use a balance and the Solubility Rules to identify an unknown alkali metal carbonate.

Source: Advanced Chemistry Through Inquiry

LEGACY
Advanced Placement / Chemistry

Stoichiometry Of Solutions

In this lab, students use a drop counter, conductivity sensor, and a temperature sensor to determine the concentration of dissolved ions by titration.

Source: Advanced Chemistry Through Inquiry

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