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Experiment 1 THATSA PASTA! - A Delicious Density Experiment (pdf, 783kb)
Students learn to measure mass, volume, and density while exploring intensive and extensive properties of matter.
Experiment 2 EGG OBSERVATIONS - An Osmosis Eggsperiment (pdf, 887kb)
By observing what happens to an egg when it is placed in four different solutions, students see osmosis take place right before their eyes.
Experiment 3 THE BURNING QUESTION - A Conservation of Matter Experiment (pdf, 874kb)
This safe demonstration will surprise and engage students, leading to a solid understanding of the law of conservation of matter.
Experiment 4 HAVE A BLAST FINDING MOLAR MASS - An Ideal Gas Experiment (pdf, 216kb)
Students apply the Ideal Gas Law to determine the molar mass of an unknown gas found in a common household product.
Experiment 5 SOIL CHEMISTRY - dealing with data can Get rough! (pdf, 260kb)
Earth Science is used in this experiment where students learn how to identify and measure different properties of sand.
Experiment 6 - Keep Your Eyes on the Joules - A Hess - Law Experiment (pdf, 871kb)
This thermochemistry experiment tracks the movement of heat during an experiment incorporating measurement, data collection, data analysis, and drawing conclusions.
Experiment 7 - MASSIVE REACTIONS (pdf, 871kb)
This lab illustrates different types of reactions.
TOPICtutor - Density Determination and Archimedes' Ah-Ha Moment (pdf, 860kb)
Review the concept of density with this high interest reading passage and its accompanying density calculation worksheet.