Showing 8 experiments that use the PASPORT Absolute Pressure Sensor.

Middle School / Physical Science

Boyle's Law

In this lab, students will use absolute pressure sensors to investigate how changes in the volume of a confined gas with constant temperature...

Source: Middle School Physical Science Teacher Guide

Middle School / Life Science

Yeast Growth

In this lab, students will use temperature and absolute pressure sensors to measure changes in pressure inside a flask of fermenting yeast cells...

Source: Middle School Life Science Teacher Guide

LEGACY
High School / Chemistry

Percent Oxygen in Air

In this lab, students use an absolute pressure sensor to study air characteristics and determine the percent of oxygen present.

Source: Chemistry Through Inquiry

LEGACY
High School / Chemistry

Boyle's Law

In this lab, students use an absolute pressure sensor to determine volume's effect on the pressure of a closed system containing a fixed amount...

Source: Chemistry Through Inquiry

LEGACY
High School / Chemistry

Gay-Lussacs's Law and Absolute Zero

In this lab, students use an absolute pressure sensor and fast response temperature sensor to determine the temperature at which all motion stops...

Source: Chemistry Through Inquiry

LEGACY
High School / Chemistry

Rates of Reaction

In this lab, students will use an absolute pressure sensor to determine the effects of temperature, concentration, and surface area on the rate...

Source: Chemistry Through Inquiry

LEGACY
High School / Chemistry

Ideal Gas Law

In this lab, students will use an absolute pressure sensor and stainless steel temperature sensor to determine the number of moles of carbon...

Source: Chemistry Through Inquiry

High School / ChemistryPhysical Science

Percent Oxygen in Air

Use an absolute pressure sensor to learn about the components of air and how to determine the percent of oxygen in air.

Source: Physical Science Through Inquiry

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