Showing 35 experiments that use the Wireless Conductivity Sensor.

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

Advanced Placement / Chemistry

Stoichiometry in Solutions

Students use conductometric titration and particle modeling to study the stoichiometry of acid-base titration.

Source: Advanced Chemistry through Inquiry

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

Advanced Placement / Chemistry

How Hard is Your Tap Water?

Students use conductometric titration and gravimetry to determine how much calcium carbonate is in a sample of tap water.

Source: Advanced Chemistry through Inquiry

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

High School / BiologyEnvironmental Science

Water and pH

Students use a pH sensor and a conductivity sensor to investigate how an ecosystem could be susceptible to the effects of pollution.

Source: Essential Biology Teacher Lab Manual

Advanced Placement / Biology

Cell Size

Students use a conductivity sensor to measure the effect of cell size on solute diffusion rate using agarose-salt cubes.

Source: Advanced Biology Through Inquiry

Advanced Placement / Biology

Plasmolysis

Students use a conductivity sensor to explain the results of different concentrations of salt water on plant tissue before they design an experiment...

Source: Advanced Biology Through Inquiry

High School / ChemistryPhysical Science

Properties of Ionic and Covalent Compounds

Students will use hardness, melting point, solubility, and conductivity to determine the bond type present in unknown substances.

High School / Chemistry

Physical or Chemical Change

Students use a pH sensor, conductivity sensor, and temperature sensor to collect evidence that supports their conclusion about whether a chemical...

Source: Essential Chemistry Teacher Lab Manual

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