Showing 59 experiments that use the Wireless pH Sensor.

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Middle School / Life Science

Acid Rain and Weathering

Students will use a pH sensor and vinegar to model the effects of acid rain on various materials.

Source: Essential Middle School Science Teacher Lab Manual

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Advanced Placement / Chemistry

Evaluation of Lemonade as a Buffer

Students use a powdered commercial lemonade formulation as a model for buffers and test its capacity to resist pH changes.

Source: Advanced Chemistry through Inquiry

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Middle School / Physical Science

Introduction to Acids and Bases

Students will use a pH sensor to determine the pH of common household substances.

Source: Essential Middle School Science Teacher Lab Manual

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Advanced Placement / Chemistry

Introduction to Buffers

Students use titration and pH to investigate the components of a buffer and how it acts to resist pH change.

Source: Advanced Chemistry through Inquiry

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Advanced Placement / Chemistry

Investigation of Acid-Base Titrations

Students compare the pH titration profiles of strong, weak and polyprotic acids.

Source: Advanced Chemistry through Inquiry

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Advanced Placement / Chemistry

Investigating Physical and Chemical Changes of Matter

Students use a variety of sensors and particle modeling to characterize physical and chemical changes of matter.

Source: Advanced Chemistry through Inquiry

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Advanced Placement / Chemistry

Percentage of H₂O₂ in Your Drugstore Hydrogen Peroxide

This lab is an introduction to Redox titration. Students use a redox probe and titration to determine the hydrogen peroxide content of a drugstore...

Source: Advanced Chemistry through Inquiry

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Advanced Placement / Chemistry

A Chemistry Mystery: Name That Unknown!

Students use several methods to characterize compounds according to the nature of intramolecular bonding.

Source: Advanced Chemistry through Inquiry

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Advanced Placement / Chemistry

How Much Acid is in Your Fruit Juice?

Students use titration and a pH sensor to study the organic acid content of fruit juices.

Source: Advanced Chemistry through Inquiry

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High School / BiologyEnvironmental Science

Water Purification

Students use a pH sensor and a conductivity sensor to evaluate the effectiveness of various water treatment processes.

Source: Essential Biology Teacher Lab Manual

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