Chemistry Experiments

Chemistry Experiments

NeuLog logger sensors help us in mastering the art of chemistry, the noble and exact discipline that affects a tiniest brain cell, as well as materials engineering. The principles of electrochemistry, solar energy, organic chemistry, physical chemistry, acids and bases, distillation, are only a fragment of the multifaceted science that is waiting to be studied.

Producing Electricity C-1 ver. 3.2.7
Voltage logger sensor (NUL-201)
  • Learn how a lemon and some common household materials work as an electrochemical cell.
  • Measure the lemon cell’s voltage with different combinations of electrodes and determine which electrodes are more efficient.
Ions in Solution C-3 ver. 3.2.8
Conductivity logger sensor (NUL-215)
  • Learn about strong electrolytes, weak electrolytes and non electrolytes.
  • Learn about molar mass and unit conversion.
  • Examine the conductivity of different substances dissolved in water.
Combustion C-5 ver. 3.3.8
Oxygen logger sensor (NUL-205)
  • Study the chemical process of combustion.
  • Measure the oxygen levels during the combustion of a candle.
Gas Solubility C-6 ver. 3.2.7
Oxygen logger sensor (NUL-205)
  • Measure dissolved oxygen in water by using an oxygen sensor.
  • Learn about physical factors that influence oxygen solubility in water.
  • Examine the dissolved oxygen in turbulent water.
Acid Rain C-8 ver. 3.2.10
pH logger sensor (NUL-206)
  • Study the acid rain phenomenon by producing carbon dioxide and dissolving it in water.
Titration of a Strong Acid and a Strong Base C-10 ver. 3.0.4
pH logger sensor (NUL-206)
Drop counter logger sensor (NUL-223)
  • Study the titration process.
  • Follow changes in the pH during the titration process while adding a strong base to a strong acid.
  • Use a drop counter in order to get a pH versus volume (in drops) graph.
Gay-Lussac’s Law C-14 ver. 3.0.5
Temperature logger sensor (NUL-203)
Pressure logger sensor (NUL-210)
  • Learn about the Ideal Gas Law and Gay-Lussac’s Law.
  • Investigate the relationship between temperature and pressure in a sealed chamber while heating it up.
Distillation – part 1 C-15 ver. 3.2.6
Temperature logger sensor (NUL-203)
  • Learn about the three classical phases of matter, phase changes, and heating and cooling curves.
  • Investigate the technique of distillation and to separate the components of a mixture by this means.
  • study the chemical differences between ethanol and water.
Distillation – part 2 C-16 ver. 3.2.6
Temperature logger sensor (NUL-203)
  • Learn about the three classical phases of matter, phase changes, and heating and cooling curves.
  • Investigate the technique of distillation and to separate the components of a mixture by this means.
  • Study the chemical differences between ethanol and water.
Evaporation C-17 ver. 3.2.9
Three Temperature logger sensors (NUL-203)
  • Study the changes in temperature caused by the evaporation of two liquids.
  • Relate the temperature difference due to evaporation, to the strength of intermolecular attraction and molecular weight.
Endothermic and Exothermic reactions – part 1 C-18 ver. 3.2.7
Temperature logger sensor (NUL-203)
  • Study enthalpy through a baking soda and vinegar reaction.
  • Learn about endothermic and exothermic reactions.
Beer-Lambert law C-28 ver. 3.0.8
Colorimeter logger sensor (NUL-219)
  • Study the relationship between the concentration of a solution and its absorbance according to the Beer-Lambert law.
  • Plot a calibration curve in order to determine the concentration of an unknown sample.
Relative Humidity Conditions C-29 ver. 3.0.8
Relative humidity logger sensor (NUL-207)
  • Learn about factors that affect relative humidity.
  • Decrease the relative humidity in a box by means of a hygroscopic material to understand this phenomenon.
Boyle’s Law C-30 ver. 3.4.4
Pressure logger sensor (NUL-210)
  • Study the behavior of ideal gases.
  • Investigate the relationship between volume and pressure according to Boyle’s law.
Color Absorption C-31 ver. 3.0.8
Colorimeter logger sensor (NUL-219)
  • Understand the concepts of light waves and color.
  • Investigate how red, green and blue liquids absorb light of different wavelengths.
  • Learn about colorimeter applications.
Temperature of a Flame C-32 ver. 3.0.4
Wide range temperature logger sensor (NUL-234)
  • Learn about different parts of a flame and how different candles produce flames with different temperature.
  • Recognize different regions in the flame of a candle and measure each region’s temperature with a wide range temperature sensor.
  • Compare the temperature of different types of candles.

Upcoming Experiments:

Solar Cells, Common Acids and Bases, Action of a Buffer Solution, Freezing and Melting of Water.

 

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