Chemistry Lab Kit

Investigate the structure, properties, and transformations of matter with our engaging chemistry experiments with our chemistry lab kits. Our hands-on lab kits contain glassware and equipment that is equivalent to campus laboratories, and our high-grade chemicals are delivered in small-scale quantities safe for home use. Classic experiences include investigating and describing chemical reactions, building molecular models, performing titrations, and identifying unknown chemicals. Advanced activities require students to model complex chemical theories and substantiate their findings with balanced chemical equations and quantitative data. Safe practices are major focuses of our chemistry lab kits. Our chemistry lab experiments can be customized to suit a variety of courses, from introductory to advanced majors-level courses.

Experiments:

  • Acid/Base Chemistry
  • Analysis of Phosphate in Water
  • Anions, Cations, and Ionic Reactions
  • Antacid Analysis and Titration
  • Beer’s Law
  • Boyle’s Law
  • Calculating Carbohydrate Content
  • Caloric Content of Food
  • Chemical Reactions
  • Chirality
  • Chromatography of Food Dyes
  • Colligative Properties and Osmotic Pressure
  • Counting with Mass and Volume
  • Determination of Ka for a Weak Acid
  • Determination of Water Hardness
  • Using a Titrator
  • Dissolved Oxygen
  • Electrochemical Cells and Cell
  • Potentials
  • Energy Comparison of Fuels
  • Extraction and Analysis of Casein
  • Hess’s Law
  • Hydrolysis of Acetylsalicylic Acid
  • Laboratory Techniques and Measurements
  • Le Châtelier’s Principle
  • Lewis Structure Model
  • Limiting Reactants
  • Liquids and Solids
  • Macromolecules of Life – Testing for Amino Acids
  • Macromolecules of Life – Testing for Lipids
  • Macromolecules of Life – Testing for Starch and Sugar
  • Massing Activities
  • Math Practice Lab
  • Measuring Density
  • Melting Points
  • Naming Chemical Compounds
  • Observations of Chemical and
  • Physical Changes
  • Organic Structures, Shapes, and Isomerism – Part 1
  • Organic Structures, Shapes, and Isomerism – Part 2
  • Oxidation-Reduction Activity Series
  • pH of Common Materials
  • Properties of Gases
  • Properties of Matter
  • Quantitative Spectroscope and Visible Light
  • Reaction Order and Rate Laws
  • Separation of a Mixture of Solids
  • Solubility and Solubility Curves
  • Stoichiometry of a Precipitation
  • Reaction
  • Synthesis and Analysis of Soap
  • Taking Measurements
  • The Mole Concept-Chemical Formula of a Hydrate
  • The Properties of Water
  • Titration for Acetic Acid in Vinegar
  • Using Buffers
  • Water, pH, and Buffers