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There are two versions of each lab, one with a ten-question conclusion and one with directions for a full lab report. This way the teacher has the option! Each lab is two pages to allow for one two-sided handout.
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*Some of you have purchased my lab book – be sure to check out Page 141 !
I have published several posts about the relationship of gas volume and pressure to temperature. For your reference, they are: Charles’ Law on 01/29/2014; Gay Lussac’s Law on 02/02/2014; Charles’ Law in Freezing Temperatures on 01/14/2015; and, Gay Lussac’s Law Demonstration on 01/21/2015.
These posts might be a handy refresher of labs or demonstrations for this time of year. One typical problem during this time of year is reduced automobile tire pressure due to low temperatures. Here is a brief article that might be useful for a homework assignment:
*Remember, this Blog contains several entries that would be helpful to your chemistry classroom. Remember, you can check out the Topic List to help you to find past Blog entries.
Also, Write To Me about your successes, challenges, or questions in the Chemistry Classroom.
Remember, buying a copy of the lab book Chemistry on a Budget can be very useful to your Chemistry classroom with labs and class article ideas.
Have a great Winter Break!