Carolina® Chemistry Topic Bundles: Gas Laws

Carolina® Chemistry Topic Bundles: Gas Laws

SKU: 840860NC
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Simplify your gas laws unit and save time and money with this bundle of 3 comprehensive Carolina chemistry kits. Bundle includes 1 demonstration kit, Carolina Chemonstrations®: Gas Laws (item #840375), and 2 classroom kits, Carolina ChemKits®: Gas Laws (item #840289) and Carolina ChemKits®: Molar Volume of a Gas (item #840827). Classroom kit materials are sufficient for 30 students working in groups of 3.

 

Engage your students at the start of your gas laws unit with Carolina Chemonstrations®: Gas Laws (item #840375). In this 4-demonstration kit (which includes mystery flame, Charles's fountain, ideal sports ball, and Gay-Lussac's cooler), students make predictions before each demo then observe the behavior of gases. This is an excellent teaching tool to explore your students' prior knowledge and misconceptions. Demos can be repeated at the end of the unit to evaluate students' understanding of the gas laws and to ensure they can apply their knowledge to explain their observations. The 4 demonstrations together require approximately 40 minutes, but can be performed individually in less time. Kit materials are sufficient to perform each of the demonstrations at least 5 times.

 

Students can begin their hands-on exploration of gas laws with Carolina ChemKits®: Gas Laws (item #840289). Along with the ideal gas law, students explore Avogadro's, Boyle's, Charles's, and Dalton's gas laws with this station-based kit. In a separate activity, students construct a model of 1 mole of a gas at standard temperature and pressure (STP). Kit activities require 80 minutes, and can be conducted over several days. Materials are sufficient for 30 students working in groups of 3.

 

Extend your gas laws lesson with Carolina ChemKits®: Molar Volume of a Gas (item #840827). Students experimentally derive the volume of hydrogen gas at ambient room temperature and pressure. Then they use this data to calculate the theoretical volume that 1 mole of hydrogen gas will occupy at STP. This activity requires approximately 45 minutes of class time. Kit contains materials sufficient for 30 students working in groups of 3.