Lab-Aids Flame Tests and Emission Spectroscopy Kit
Observe and record colors emitted by elements upon heating, observe individual spectrum through hand held spectroscopes and explore process of spectrum analysis.
Manufacturer: Lab-Aids 111
The concept of spectrum analysis is introduced with this kit as students conduct these dramatically colorful, spectroscopy experiments. Students use safe, non-flammable, water-based solutions containing a variety of salts to observe the colors that various metallic elements produce when burned. Then, the students view the flame through a spectroscope and observe the spectra of each of the elements that are visible to the human eye.
Students will learn that no two spectrum have identical colors. They will work in teams as one student uses a small bottle to spray a fine mist of each solution through a flame and a team-mate observes the spectrum created. This activity's procedure is also an important step in the analysis of an unknown substance. Bunsen burners are required, but not included in the kit. Accommodates 2 classes, each with 12 groups of 2 students. Includes teacher guide, student sheets, assessment questions, SDS for all chemicals included.
|1 teacher's guide with msds, 30 student worksheets and guides, 12 spectroscopes, lab-aids™, 2 barium chloride solution, spray bottle, 2 calcium chloride solution, spray bottle, 2 lithium chloride solution, spray bottle, 2 potassium chlor|
|Explore process of spectrum analysis|
|Flame Tests And Emission Spectroscopy Kit|