Showing 37 experiments that use the Wireless Pressure Sensor.

High School / Biology

Enzyme Activity (Pressure)

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

High School / Biology

Muscle Strength

Students will use a pressure sensor to test grip strength and to investigate muscle fatigue.

LEGACY
Advanced Placement / Biology

Enzyme Activity

Students use an oxygen gas sensor or pressure sensor to investigate the catalyzed decomposition of hydrogen peroxide by catalase.

Source: Advanced Biology Through Inquiry

LEGACY
Advanced Placement / Biology

Transpiration

In this lab, students investigate the rate of transpiration in plants under normal and humid conditions. Then, they will have the opportunity...

Source: Advanced Biology Through Inquiry

High School / ChemistryEngineeringSTEM

Project: Design an Airbag

Students must engineer an airbag that inflates and uses materials according to a set of design and performance constraints; a temperature and...

Source: Essential Chemistry Teacher Lab Manual

High School / Chemistry

Determining Limiting Reactants

Students use a pressure sensor to experimentally determine the limiting and excess reactant when the amount of one reactant is varied; also,...

Source: Essential Chemistry Teacher Lab Manual

High School / Chemistry

Boyle's Law

Students use a pressure sensor to experimentally determine a mathematic expression of Boyle’s law.

Source: Essential Chemistry Teacher Lab Manual

High School / Chemistry

Volume of a Gas

Students use a pressure sensor to quantify a visible pressure-volume relationship in a sample of matter.

Source: Essential Chemistry Teacher Lab Manual

High School / Chemistry

Optimum Conditions

Students use a pressure and temperature sensor to observe the effect of changing various experimental conditions on the rate of a chemical reaction.

Source: Essential Chemistry Teacher Lab Manual

High School / BiologyChemistry

Respiration and Energy

Students use a pressure sensor to explore the effect of different energy sources on the respiration rate of yeast cells.

Source: Essential Chemistry Teacher Lab Manual

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