Showing 15 experiments that use the Wireless CO₂ Sensor.

High School / BiologyEarth & Environmental

Plant Respiration and Photosynthesis

Students use a carbon dioxide sensor to measure the rates of photosynthesis and respiration in spinach leaves.

Advanced Placement / Biology

Cellular Respiration

In this lab, students use a carbon dioxide gas sensor to measure the rate of cellular respiration of germinating seeds. Students will design...

Advanced Placement / Biology


In this lab, students test how light influences the rate of photosynthesis. Students will compare carbon dioxide concentrations for photosynthesis...

Advanced Placement / Biology

Energy Dynamics

Students set up a variety of simple detritus-based model systems to estimate energy flow and carbon cycling within an ecosystem. Students set...

High School / STEM

Plant Photosynthesis and Respiration

In this activity, students will measure carbon dioxide levels in a closed environment to determine rates of photosynthesis and respiration for...

High School / STEM


In this lab, students will investigate the rate of decomposition in different soil and substrate samples.

Advanced Placement / Earth & Environmental

Determining Soil Quality

In this lab, students will collect and analyze three soil samples to determine their quality based on macro and microscopic observations, CO2...

Advanced Placement / Earth & Environmental

Modeling an Ecosystem

In this lab, students use a variety of sensors to explore the use of terrariums as a closed system for environmental studies and design methods...

Advanced Placement / Earth & Environmental

Photosynthesis and Cell Respiration in a Terrarium

In this lab, students will use an oxygen sensor, carbon dioxide sensor, and a temperature sensor to monitor a closed system (terrarium). After...

Advanced Placement / Earth & Environmental

Cellular Respiration and Carbon Cycle

In this lab, students use a carbon dioxide sensor to compare the respiration of dormant bean seeds with germinating bean seeds. Students will...

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