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Perform over 100 safety tested experiments with the Chemistry Lab and its easy to use and informative Instruction Booklet, written by Dr David Webster - a Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry and a Chartered Chemist. He has been teaching practical chemistry for over 40 years, and is the author of a chemistry textbook for younger secondary school children. He has designed and tested the 106 experiments in this instruction booklet. The experiments, which get more difficult and involve more complex ideas as you move through the booklet, are a collection of safe chemical experiments to carry out using both the chemicals and equipment in the Chemistry Lab, and common chemicals and other readily available materials, many of which you will already have at home. The experiments are intended to show you some of the magic and mystery of chemistry, and the relevance of chemistry to your understanding of what is to be found in your home and in the world around you. We sell replacement chemicals for this set. Contents of the Chemistry Lab Chemicals Ammonium Chloride Calcium Carbonate Calcium Hydroxide Cobalt(ll) Chloride Copper(ll) Oxide Copper(ll) Sulphate Copper Foil Iron(ll) Sulphate Iron Filings Litmus Blue Magnesium Ribbon Magnesium Sulphate Methyl Orange Potassium Aluminium Sulphate Potassium Iodide Sodium Carbonate Sodium Hydrogen Sulphate Sodium Sulphate Sodium Thiosulphate Tartaric Acid Zinc Pellets (Note: On the chemical containers the word sulphate has the American spelling sulfate) Included Equipment 1 - 100ml beaker 1 - Book of Universal Indicator papers 1 - 100ml conical flask 2 - Corks with hole 3 - Corks 6 - 7cm filter papers 6 - llcm filter papers 1 - Plastic funnel 1 - 120mm glass stirring rod 3 - 100mm glass tubing 1 - Laboratory instruction booklet 1 - Measuring spoon 1 - Plastic dropping pipette 1 - 100mm rubber tubing 1 - Safety goggles 1 - Small scoop 1 - Spirit burner 4 - Test tube caps 1 - Test tube cleaning brush 1 - Test tube holder 1 - Test tube rack 4 - Test tubes Additional Items Required Chemicals Methylated spirits Colourless (distilled malt) vinegar Citric acid Sodium chloride (common salt) Sodium bicarbonate Magnesium sulphate(Epsom salts) Hydrogen peroxide Tumeric Additional Items Sparkling water White sugar Golden syrup Course ground pepper Vitamin C tablets Aluminium foil Spray starch Black ink Black food dye Green food dye Black and coloured felt-tipped pens Lemon Distilled water Sewing thread Potato Red cabbage Beetroot Blackberry juice Red rose or red carnation Indigestion tablet Apple Soluble asprin A drop of gin, whisky or brandy Chemistry is the branch of science concerned with the properties, structure, and composition of substances and their reactions with one another. There are two main divisions, organic and inorganic. Inorganic chemistry is concerned with the elements and all their compounds except those of carbon, which are the subject of organic chemistry. Physical chemistry studies their physical properties and structures and the relations between energy and physical and chemical change. Analytical chemistry is concerned with determining the composition of substances.

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Chemistry Lab Chemistry Set

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Product code: 002641
£27.99
Perform over 100 safety tested experiments with the Chemistry Lab and its easy to use and informative Instruction Booklet, written by Dr David Webster - a Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry and a Chartered Chemist. He has been teaching practical chemistry for over 40 years, and is the author of a chemistry textbook for younger secondary school children.
He has designed and tested the 106 experiments in this instruction booklet. The experiments, which get more difficult and involve more complex ideas as you move through the booklet, are a collection of safe chemical experiments to carry out using both the chemicals and equipment in the Chemistry Lab, and common chemicals and other readily available materials, many of which you will already have at home.
The experiments are intended to show you some of the magic and mystery of chemistry, and the relevance of chemistry to your understanding of what is to be found in your home and in the world around you.
We sell replacement chemicals for this set.
Contents of the Chemistry Lab






Chemicals

Ammonium Chloride
Calcium Carbonate
Calcium Hydroxide
Cobalt(ll) Chloride
Copper(ll) Oxide
Copper(ll) Sulphate
Copper Foil
Iron(ll) Sulphate
Iron Filings
Litmus Blue
Magnesium Ribbon
Magnesium Sulphate
Methyl Orange
Potassium Aluminium Sulphate
Potassium Iodide
Sodium Carbonate
Sodium Hydrogen Sulphate
Sodium Sulphate
Sodium Thiosulphate
Tartaric Acid
Zinc Pellets

(Note: On the chemical containers the word sulphate has the American spelling sulfate)


Included Equipment

1 - 100ml beaker
1 - Book of Universal Indicator papers
1 - 100ml conical flask
2 - Corks with hole
3 - Corks
6 - 7cm filter papers
6 - llcm filter papers
1 - Plastic funnel
1 - 120mm glass stirring rod
3 - 100mm glass tubing
1 - Laboratory instruction booklet
1 - Measuring spoon
1 - Plastic dropping pipette
1 - 100mm rubber tubing
1 - Safety goggles
1 - Small scoop
1 - Spirit burner
4 - Test tube caps
1 - Test tube cleaning brush
1 - Test tube holder
1 - Test tube rack
4 - Test tubes




Additional Items Required






Chemicals

Methylated spirits
Colourless (distilled malt) vinegar
Citric acid
Sodium chloride (common salt)
Sodium bicarbonate
Magnesium sulphate(Epsom salts)
Hydrogen peroxide
Tumeric



Additional Items

Sparkling water
White sugar
Golden syrup
Course ground pepper
Vitamin C tablets
Aluminium foil
Spray starch
Black ink
Black food dye
Green food dye
Black and coloured felt-tipped pens
Lemon
Distilled water
Sewing thread
Potato
Red cabbage
Beetroot
Blackberry juice
Red rose or red carnation
Indigestion tablet
Apple
Soluble asprin
A drop of gin, whisky or brandy




Chemistry is the branch of science concerned with the properties, structure, and composition of substances and their reactions with one another. There are two main divisions, organic and inorganic. Inorganic chemistry is concerned with the elements and all their compounds except those of carbon, which are the subject of organic chemistry. Physical chemistry studies their physical properties and structures and the relations between energy and physical and chemical change. Analytical chemistry is concerned with determining the composition of substances.
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