Showing 37 experiments that use the Wireless 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 / Physical Science

Conservation of Matter

In this lab, students will use temperature and absolute pressure sensors to measure changes in temperature and pressure during an oxidation reaction.

Source: Middle School Physical Science Teacher Guide

Middle School / Physical Science

Transfer of Energy in Chemical Reactions

In this lab, students will use fast response temperature sensors and absolute pressure sensors to measure changes in the temperature of an endothermic...

Source: Middle School Physical Science Teacher Guide

Middle School / Life Science

Air Pressure and the Lungs

In this lab, students will use absolute pressure sensors to measure changes in air pressure within a model “chest cavity” while causing the...

Source: Middle School Life Science Teacher Guide

Middle School / Life Science

Photosynthesis

In this lab, students will use light and absolute pressure sensors to measure changes in light and pressure in an aquatic ecosystem as an Elodea...

Source: Middle School Life Science Teacher Guide

Middle School / Life Science

Yeast Growth

In this lab, students will use a temperature sensor and an absolute pressure sensor to measure the changing pressure inside a flask of fermenting...

Source: Middle School Life Science Teacher Guide

High School / STEM

Understanding Pressure

In this lab, students will use pressure and temperature sensors to determine how temperature, volume, and gas affect pressure.

Source: STEM Module - Air Bag

High School / STEM

Mole-to-Moles Ratio

In this lab, students will determine the ideal amount of sodium bicarbonate to completely react with 10 mL of 0.50 M acetic acid. Students will...

Source: STEM Module - Air Bag

High School / STEM

Variable Volumes

In this lab, students will use pressure and temperature sensors to determine the volume of gas needed to fill three differently sized plastic...

Source: STEM Module - Air Bag

High School / STEM

Reaction Rates

In this lab, students will use pressure sensors to determine how the stirring and concentration of reactants affect how fast the reaction between...

Source: STEM Module - Air Bag

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