Edu-Lab Microscience Workstation

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Features a complete set for chemistry lessons or science classrooms
Promotes hands-on learning for students

Working in microscale allows school laboratories to perform experiments that may be too expensive or time-consuming to do at full scale. Designed for individual use or for small groups, kit includes curriculum based worksheets and guides for biology, chemistry and physics experiments; and comprises hundreds of useful microscale equipment items. Examples of experments that may be completed with the workstation include:Biology:The action of catalase on hydrogen peroxideThe action of amylase on starchThe action of amylase on starch over a period of timeThe effect of temperature at the activity of the amylaseThe effect of pH at the activity of amylaseThe effect of rennin on milkThe effect of bromelin on gelatineBenedict s test for reducing sugarBenedict s test for non-reducing sugarIodine test for starchIodine test for celluloseEmulsion testThe grease spot testBiuret test for proteinsPlant and enzyme studiesChemistry:To grow crystals the usage of alum or copper sulphateTo separate mixtures the usage of a lot of techniques: filtration, evaporation, distillation, paper chromatographyTo investigate the pH of a lot of materials the usage of the pH scaleTo prepare a sample of oxygen by decomposing H2O2 the usage of MnO2 as a catalyst (word equation and chemical equation)To prepare carbon dioxide (word equation and chemical equation) and show that it does not give a boost to combustionTo conduct a qualitative experiment to detect the presence of dissolved solids in water samples, and test water for hardness (soap test)To titrate HCl against NaOH, and get ready a sample of NaClTo investigate the reaction between zinc and HG and test for hydrogen (word equation and chemical equation)To carry out an experiment to demonstrate that oxygen and water are necessary for rustingPhysics:To identify different forms of energy and carry out simple experiments to show the following energy conversions:a. Chemical energy to electrical energy to heat energyb. Electrical energy to magnetic energy to kinetic energyc. Light energy to electrical energy to kinetic energyTo investigate and describe the expansion of solids, liquids and gases when heated, and contraction when cooled
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Features a complete set for chemistry lessons or science classrooms
Promotes hands-on learning for students
Allows students to test theories and chemicals
Not beneficial for small children


















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