Innovating Science™ Small Group Learning: Separation Of Mixture Of Solid
Performing liquid-liquid extractions allows students to apply their knowledge of the properties of molecules. Students will learn how the properties of solubility can be utilized to separate two solids in a mixture.
Manufacturer: Aldon Corporation IS2523SGL
- Kit provides for a qualitative test that will help students visualize that two different solids were collected, despite their similar appearance.
- Students will also explore the concept of the law of conservation of mass as well as how acid-base reactions can be utilized to manipulate molecules.
- Kit contains enough material for 5 groups
- Teacher's Manual and Student Study Guide copymasters are included
- Aligned to the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS)
- Disciplinary Core Ideas: PS1A; PS1B
- Performance Expectations: MS-PS1-1; MS-PS1-2; MS-PS1-5; HS-PS1-2; HS-PS1-3; HS-PS1-7
- Cross Cutting Concepts: Scale, Proportion and Quantity; Patterns; Energy and Matter; Scientific Knowledge Assumes an Order and Consistency in Natural Systems
- Engineering Practices: Developing and Using Models; Analyzing and Interpreting Data; Planning and Carrying Out Investigations; Scientific Knowledge is Based on
- Empirical Evidence; Science Models, Laws, Mechanisms, and Theories Explain Natural Phenomena; Constructing Explanations and Designing Solutions; Using Mathematics and Computational Thinking
|Next Gen Aligned|
|7 to 14|
|Cardboard Box Kit|
|13 to 20|
|15g Benzoic Acid/Acetanilide 1:1 Mixture; 15g Benzoic Acid/Acetanilide 2:1 Mixture; 15g Benzoic Acid/Acetanilide 3:1 Mixture; 1g Methyl Violet; 135 mL Ethyl Acetate; 75 mL Sodium Bicarbonate, 1.0M; 100 mL Hydrochloric Acid, 1.0N; 12 Pipettes|
|8 x 8 x 8 in.|
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