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55 datalogging experiments for Chemistry covering a wide range of ability levels and curriculum requirements for this ages 14-18.

This eBook, supplied on CD-ROM contains:

  • The full eBook (PDF) of all the experiment worksheets and teachers notes.
  • Every worksheet and teacher note as a separate PDF.
  • Setup files to match these experiments are included in the Free EasySense software.

The activities cover these areas :

  • Energy from fuels
  • Electrolysis
  • Endothermic and exothermic reactions
  • Rates of reaction
  • pH changes
  • Changes of state
  • Gas laws
  • Titrations
  • Finding concentrations
  • Measuring viscosity of liquids and effusions 

The range of datalogging experiments are:

  • Burning a fossil fuel
  • Comparing fuels
  • Good and bad conductors
  • Electric lemons
  • Reduction potentials – micro-Voltaic Cells
  • Faraday's laws of electrolysis
  • Potentiometric study of a mixture of halide ions
  • A displacement reaction
  • Hot and cold reactions
  • Measurement of enthalpy changes: Calorimetry
  • Measurement of enthalpy changes: Endothermic reactions
  • Hess's law: Sodium hydroxide and hydrochloric acid
  • Heat of combustion: Magnesium and Oxygen
  • Heat of solution – adding salt to water
  • Measuring pH values
  • Measuring pH values of everyday substances
  • What is the pH value of water?
  • Comparing the effectiveness of antacids
  • What happens when an alkali is mixed with an acid?
  • A chemical reaction using 2 chemicals round in the home
  • Buffer solutions
  • Change of state from a solid to a liquid
  • Change of state from a liquid to a gas
  • Heat of fusion of ice
  • Hydrogen bonding – evaporation
  • Heat of vaporisation of a liquid
  • Boyle's law
  • Temperature volume relationship in a gas (Charles' law, Gay-Lussacs law)
  • Pressure temperature relationship of a gas. Absolute zero
  • Dalton's law of partial pressures
  • Molar mass of a volatile liquid
  • Determination of R, the gas constant
  • Determination of n for a chemical reaction
  • Acid alkali titration using a burette
  • Acid base titrations: Titration of sodium hydroxide with hydrochloric acid
  • Acid base titration: Titration of sodium carbonate with hydrochloric acid
  • Acid base titrations: Polyprotic acids, determination of the molar concentration of phosphoric acid in cola
  • Acid base titration: Titration of Alanine with sodium hydroxide
  • Thermometric titration
  • Conductometric titration: Titration of sodium hydroxide with hydrochloric acid, using a burette
  • Conductometric titration: Titration of barium hydroxide with hydrochloric acid
  • Rate of reaction: Marble chips and hydrochloric acid
  • Rate of reaction: Which catalyst is best?
  • Light transmittance through a reaction mixture of hydrochloric acid and sodium thiosulphate
  • Autocatalytic oxidation of ethanedioate by manganate (VII)
  • Finding the concentration of a solution using Beer Lambert's law
  • Finding the concentration of chlorine in water using Beer Lambert's law
  • Determination of the manganese content of a paper clip
  • Stoichiometry of the copper – EDTA complex
  • Chemical equilibrium: Calculating Kc
  • Colorimetric determination of glucose concentration
  • Comparing and measuring the viscosity of liquids
  • A demonstration of Grahams law of effusion

The sensors used include:

  • Temperature (3100)
  • pH (3125PK)
  • Conductivity (3135PK)
  • Oxygen (3130PK)
  • Humidity (3145)
  • Current (3165 or 3166)
  • Voltage (3162)
  • Drop and Bubble Counter (3266)
  • Absolute Gas pressure (3142)
  • Colorimeter (3275)
  • Rotary Motion (3280) with linear rack accessory (3288)

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