In here you will find a list our Lab4Chemistry experiments so you can experiment wherever you want and with whoever you want: either working at home with your students remotely or in class.
The details of each experiment, the teacher instructions and the lab report with questions for your students, are available in our Teacher Portal
How is the air we breathe?
Classify matter by pure substances or mixtures and classify mixtures into homogeneous or heterogeneous, by observing and analyzing different samples.
Relate the solubility of a solution to the interactions (intermolecular forces) among its components and to its level of saturation, by preparing mixtures and then adding increased quantities of solute to a sodium chloride (table salt) solution.
How colorful is your juice?
Relate the variation of tonality of a colored solution with the amount of solute present, preparing solutions with different amounts of solute to equal volumes.
Concentration of Solutions
Finding a Cure for Malaria
Use the Digital Colorimeter to determine the concentration of an unknown sample.
Determine the % m/v of an unknown sample of purple dye using Lab4Chemistry’s Digital Colorimeter.
Examine your lemonade!
Analyze measurements and the average concentration value of an unknown sample of lemon juice.
Identify the presence of starch in food using Lugol as a reagent.
Recognize chemical reactions and represent them symbolically based on experimental observation.
How did the coal disappear? Part I
Design an experimental research to test the law of conservation of mass.
Evaluate the action of temperature and the fragmentation state of the substrates on the reaction rate.
Removing the Stain
Evaluate how a change in concentration affects the reaction rate.
Compare the organic catalysis with the inorganic catalysis
Describe the characteristics of acids and bases.
Describing the behavior of Acid bases with a natural indicator.
Build a pH scale using a natural indicator.
More experiments coming soon and don’t forget that with the Lab4Chemistry tools you can create and perform infinite experiments!