PLAYCHEM

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SUPER-PLAYCHEM and H-LAB

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ALCHEMY Thickness of a metal coating.  Potentials. ElectroChemistry
Atomic Geometry
AspEQ   Formation Constant for Ferric Salicylato complex Spectroscopy and Equilibrium

ASPIRIN*

AspirASA

super-PLAYCHEM
Spectroscopic Analysis

Analysis for aspirin in an aspirin tablet
AVOGADRO super-PLAYCHEM
Ideal Gas Law
Molecular Weight of a gas

BiSULFATE

  Freezing Point Depression Determining Ka; Using Van't Hoff factor
BLACKPEN .
Paper Chromatography
Identifying the source of an ink spot
BLEACH   Titration and Spectroscopy Determining the NaOCl concentration in Bleach
BREATHALYZER Spectroscopic Analysis Spectroscopic analysis of a sample for alcohol content
CALIBRATE CalibASA super-PLAYCHEM
Use of pipet, buret and balance
Calibrating volumetric glassware by weighing the water they deliver
CANCRUSH ...
Gas Laws, Charles' Law
Temperature inside a heated soda can
CANDLELIGHT Calorimetry, Rate Measuring heat given off and weight loss as a candle burns
DENPEN* DenPenASA super-PLAYCHEM
Density of a penny
Measuring volume by geometry and displacement
DOBJECT .
Density of an irregular object
Use of buoyancy and mass to measure density
DOLOMITE   Acid-base titration
EDTA Titration
Ca-Mg composition of a carbonate rock
HYFORM ...
Stoichiometry, Gravimetry
Determining the formula of a hydrate
ICE* IceASA super-PLAYCHEM
Calorimetry
Heat of fusion of ice
IVY ..
Chromatography
Separation of plant pigments
MILK* MilkASA super-PLAYCHEM
EDTA Titration, Stoichiometry
Determining the calcium content in a milk samples
MOLRAT .
Volumetric Stoichiometry
Determining the combining ratios
using simple dropwise titration
MONEYCAL ...
First Law of Thermodynamics
Determing the stability of moneycules
MONEYCULE ...
Atomic Molecular theory
Structure and molecular weight
using coins as atoms
MONEYKIN ...
First Order Kinetics
Kinetics of decomposition of moneycules
ORG* OrgASA super-PLAYCHEM
Organic Reactions
Recognizing Functional groups. Typical organic reactions
PARADOX Changing pH of Vinegar Weak Acids, Ionic Strength, Buffers,  pH and Indicators
POLLUTION Synthesis and Properties
Balancing Equations
Synthesis and identification
of gasses (some notorious)

POPCORN
  Density Density
POTENTIAL ElectroChemistry, Nernst Equation, Faradays Law Measuring the potential of a
"penny-diet coke" cell
PUTTY Structure and Properties, Macromolecules The properties of a polymer made from Elmers Glue and Borax
REACT* ReactASA super-PLAYCHEM
Typical Chemical Reaction
Carrying out everyday reactions in the laboratory
SOAP Stoichiometry based on simple dropwise titration Determining the hardness of water
SODACAN Nutrition and Density Determining whether a can of soda will sink or float or make you fat.
STEELWOOL Stoichiometry
Conservation of mass
Stoichiometry of burning steelwool
VINEGAR Stoichiometry
Titration using a Buret
Analysis of vinegar
ZERO Gas Laws, Absolute Zero Extrapolation of Pressure Temperature data to P=0
ZINCIODIDE* ZnIASA super-PLAYCHEM
Stoichiometry, Gravimetry
Determiningcombining ratio in a heterogeneous reaction
*have PRELABS R.W. Kluiber 1/12/2000