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AP® Chemistry Lab #9: Analyzing the Components of Pain Relievers

SKU: EVT-8109
$69.00

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Students will test the solubility of each possible component of a commercially available pain reliever in an organic solvent, ethyl acetate, and in a basic aqueous solution of sodium bicarbonate. These results will help the student create a procedure that will be used to separate components in a mixture and determine percent composition. The activity contains enough materials for 15 groups of students as well as a Teacher’s Guide and Student Study Guide Copymasters. Meets Big Idea 3, Investigation 9, Primary Learning Objective 3.10.
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Kit includes:

750mL Ethyl Acetate, 750mL Sodium Bicarbonate, 10%, 250mL 6.0M Hydrochloric Acid, 50g Sucrose, 100g Acetaminophen, 100g Acetylsalicylic Acid, 1 pkg pH Strips 1-14 Pkg/100


All you need:

Beakers, 100mL, Erlenmeyer Flask, 125mL, Filter Paper, Funnels, Graduated Cylinders, Hot Water Bath, Ice Bath, Separatory Funnels, Lab Stand with Ring Clamps, Test Tubes, Laboratory Spatulas, Distilled or Deionized Water

Details

Kit includes:

750mL Ethyl Acetate, 750mL Sodium Bicarbonate, 10%, 250mL 6.0M Hydrochloric Acid, 50g Sucrose, 100g Acetaminophen, 100g Acetylsalicylic Acid, 1 pkg pH Strips 1-14 Pkg/100


All you need:

Beakers, 100mL, Erlenmeyer Flask, 125mL, Filter Paper, Funnels, Graduated Cylinders, Hot Water Bath, Ice Bath, Separatory Funnels, Lab Stand with Ring Clamps, Test Tubes, Laboratory Spatulas, Distilled or Deionized Water