Showing 37 experiments that use the Wireless Pressure Sensor.

High School / Physics

Boyle's Law

In this lab, students will use absolute pressure sensors to observe the relationship between volume and pressure of an enclosed gas at constant...

Source: Physics Through Inquiry

High School / Physics

Absolute Zero

In this lab, students will use absolute pressure and temperature sensors to experimentally determine a numerical value for absolute zero in degrees...

Source: Physics 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

High School / ChemistryPhysical Science

Endothermic or Exothermic Chemical Reactions

Use a fast response temperature sensor and absolute pressure sensor to obtain evidence of chemical reactions and to determine if the reactions...

Source: Physical Science Through Inquiry

High School / Physical SciencePhysics

Boyle's Law

Use an absolute pressure sensor to observe the relationship between volume and pressure of an enclosed gas at constant temperature.

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

Factors That Affect Reaction Rate

In this lab. students use a pressure sensor and temperature sensor to explore several variables that affect the rate of a chemical reaction.

Source: Advanced Chemistry Through Inquiry

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