Add some fresh life to your lab with new experiments. These can be used in your analytical lab, and can also be used in a general chemistry setting.

Enjoy these 8 experiments, free for you to use in your lab with our compliments. Each is all-new, and will add relevancy and excitement to your course to fully engage your students! You’ll receive these as Word documents (not PDF) so they are flexible and you can adapt them for your courses.

 The experiments you’ll receive are:

  • Calcium Carbonate - Determine whether a “priceless” statue is real … or a clever forgery!
  • KHP - Why do beautiful buildings and sculptures erode over time?  Can groundwater be contaminated by rain?
  • Soluble Oxalate - the blood drive is a success… but how can you keep the blood fluid until it’s needed in an emergency medicine situation a week later?
  • Nickel Oxide - So...how do we make a penny?  And, why does it cost more than a penny to make a penny?
  • Soda Ash - What do we mean by "soft" water?  What causes hard water deposits to form in pipes, sinks and showers over time?
  • Soluble Chloride - Goods transported on cargo ships are susceptible to contamination from seawater.  Are the crates in cargo ships exposed to harmless condensation,
         corrosive seawater or both?
  • Copper Oxide - How do you extend the life of a renewable resource like wood from 2 years to 60 years?
  • Ferrous Ammonium Sulfate - Can ferrous ammonium sulfate help cure cancer?

 Click here to download experiments.