The Neo/SCI 120-7409 Consumer Chemistry Lab Kit is an educational kit for students in grades 5-6 to be told in regards to the role of chemistry in day-to-day living, and covers the composition of common aspirin and shampoos, whether or not all antacids are the similar, and the chemical differences between soaps and detergents, and includes materials for 40 students and the Consumer Chemistry Investigation guide. The softcover guide includes activities to calculate the proportion of binder in tablets, decide the binder composition, investigate table dissolution, decide the pH content of tablet solutions, test for salicylates, and decide the associated fee-benefit relationships among attributes.
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What’s within the Box?
- Consumer Chemistry Investigation
- Materials for 40 students
Educational kit for students in grades 5-6 to be told in regards to the role of chemistry in day-to-day living
Topics include the composition of common aspirin and shampoos, whether or not all antacids are the similar, and the chemical differences between soaps and detergents
Includes materials for 40 students and the Consumer Chemistry Investigation activity guide