Showing 22 experiments that use the Wireless Colorimeter & Turbidity Sensor.

High School / Chemistry

Solution Concentration: Beer's Law

Students will measure the absorbance of known solution concentrations in order to determine the unknown concentration of a solution.

Advanced Placement / Biology

Osmosis

In this lab, students build models that help them understand how blood osmolarity and kidney function maintain homeostasis. Students will determine...

Advanced Placement / Biology

Plant Pigments

In this lab, students will extract pigments from spinach leaves and analyze their samples using chromatography and colorimetry. Students will...

High School / Chemistry

Solution Concentration

How can you use light to determine the concentration of a solution?

High School / Chemistry

Colored Solutions

How does the light that is absorbed into the solution related to the color of the solution?

High School / Chemistry

Project: Design a Purification Process

Use household items to purify water that contains macroscopic and microscopic contaminants. Successfully purified water has a clear colorless...

High School / Chemistry

Chlorophyll Extraction

What colors make up the green that we see in leaves? How can we use the absorption of light to determine the colors of pigments present in spinach...

High School / Chemistry

The Water Cycle

What are the properties of water that drive the earth's water cycle? How does the water cycle transfer water molecules around the earth?

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

Monitoring Water Quality

In this lab, students use a water quality sensor, turbidity sensor, and weather/anemometer sensor to monitor the pH, dissolved oxygen content,...

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