American Educational Products Energy Changes in Chemical Reactions
A great introduction to chemical thermodynamics
Manufacturer: American Educational Products R100863
Explore the basic principles of thermodynamics as learners construct their own calorimeter and define enthalpy and entropy. Students relate these two principles to Gibbs free energy and will be able to distinguish between exothermic, endothermic, and isothermic reactions. For grades 7-12.
|30 students working in pairs|
|Materials for 15 pairs of students, material safety data sheet|
|For demonstrating energy changes in chemical reactions, distinguishes between exothermic, endothermic, isothermic reactions|