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Carolina Distance Learning: Chemistry Labs

The Carolina Distance Learning® lab kit, created specifically for college-level chemistry, includes chemicals, apparatus, safety equipment, and more. This kit, combined with Odigia’s Teaching and Learning Tools, is everything you need to engage, collaborate, track and assess your students.

Starting at $85.00 per student.

 This course includes:

 Digital Learning and Teaching Tools

 Effective Hands-On Lab Kits

Customizable Assessments 

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Carolina Distance Learning: Chemistry Labs

Lab Kits Available in Odigia:

Faster Plop, Plop, Fizz, Fizz: A Scientific Method Investigation - $3.00

During this lab, students will:

 

 

  • Formulate a hypothesis that can be tested empirically, i.e., based on observation
  • Understand independent, dependent, and controlled variables and how to apply them in designing an experiment
  • Apply key principles of the scientific method in designing an experiment to answer a question
  • Analyze data generated by the experiment to determine whether it supports or refutes the hypothesis

Exploring Chemical and Physical Changes - $7.50

During this lab, students will:

 

 

  • Differentiate between chemical and physical changes
  • Describe features that identify changes as chemical or physical
  • List examples of physical and chemical changes, then classify why these are chemical or physical changes

Measurement and Uncertainty - $0.00

During this lab, students will:

 

 

  • Determine the uncertainty of measurements with standard glassware and equipment
  • Determine the accuracy of measurements with standard glassware

Introduction to Graphing Dry Lab - $0.00

During this lab, students will:

 

 

  • Create graphs from datasets, both by hand and electronically
  • Analyze the data in the graphs
  • Compare the slope of trend lines to interpret the results of an experiment

Exploring Density - $4.00

During this lab, students will:

 

 

  • Calculate the densities of regular solids
  • Determine the densities of solutions by plotting mass versus volume
  • Predict whether objects will sink or float in different solutions based on the densities of the solutions and objects
  • Determine the concentration of sucrose in a beverage based on a graph of known sucrose concentration densities

Estimating Avogadro's Number - $6.50

During this lab, students will:

 

 

  • Practice calculations using volume, mass, moles, and molecules to calculate density, concentration, molecular mass, and Avogadro’s number
  • Determine Avogadro’s number using molecular monolayer techniques
  • Calculate the number of stearic acid molecules in a monolayer
  • Calculate the moles of stearic acid in a monolayer

Balancing Chemical Equations - $6.00

During this lab, students will:

 

 

  • Define atom, element, molecule, and compound
  • Apply the use of coefficients and subscripts to balance chemical equations
  • Predict the products for simple chemical reactions

Investigating Chemical Reactions - $12.00

During this lab, students will:

 

 

  • Describe common types of chemical reactions
  • Predict products from common chemical reactions, including synthesis, decomposition, single replacement, double replacement, and combustion
  • Write balanced chemical equations
  • Classify chemical reactions by type
  • Identify heat as a possible product or reactant

Single Replacement Reactions - Stoichiometry and Precent Yield - $9.00

During this lab, students will:

 

 

  • Balance chemical equations
  • Use stoichiometry as a tool to determine limiting reactants and theoretical yields
  • Quantitatively analyze the chemical reaction product(s)
  • Calculate percent yield

The Fundamentals of Calorimetry - $12.00

During this lab, students will:

 

 

  • Calculate the heat capacity of the calorimeter
  • Calculate the enthalpy of solution for ammonium chloride and calcium chloride
  • Design a chemical hot pack and cold pack that meets given volume and temperature specifications for first aid treatment

Enthalpy of Formation using Hess's Law - $10.00

During this lab, students will:

 

 

  • Calculate the heat capacity of a calorimeter
  • Deduce the changes in temperature in a chemical reaction
  • Determine the enthalpy of formation of a molecule using Hess’s law

Atomic Emission Flame Test - $16.00

During this lab, students will:

 

 

  • Conduct flame tests of metal ions
  • Determine the light wavelengths associated with an observed spectrum
  • Determine the partial identity of an unknown salt using flame test light emission
  • Create a calibration curve
  • Use a spectroscope to measure light emission
  • Calculate initial quantum number of hydrogen based on Bohr’s equation

Periodicity and the Periodic Table - $5.00

During this lab, students will:

 

 

  • Employ periodicity, a predictable reoccurring pattern, to organize information
  • Make inferences using interpolation and/or extrapolation of an existing data set
  • Implement a visual representation depicting how periodicity is evident in the periodic table of elements

Introduction to Molecules: Bond Polarity and Hydrocarbons - $0.00

During this lab, students will:

 

 

  • Construct three-dimensional molecular models
  • Sketch three-dimensional line structures using dashed lines and wedges
  • Determine whether the polarity of a molecule results in a dipole moment
  • Identify resonance structures and isomers as needed

Determining the Ideal Gas Law Constant - $6.00

During this lab, students will:

 

 

  • Determine the ideal gas law constant
  • Use a catalyst to initiate a gas-forming reaction
  • Use the ideal gas law to determine the number of moles of gas generated in a reaction
  • List the kinetic theory assumptions about ideal gases

Engineering a Better Airbag - $4.00

During this lab, students will:

 

 

  • Determine the volume of a scale model air bag in liters
  • Apply the Ideal Gas Law to calculate the moles of CO2 produced in a reaction
  • Calculate the stoichiometric amounts of reactants required to produce a specific quantity of product
  • Assess reactant amounts by mixing and observing the inflation of the model air bag

Determination of Molar Mass of a Volatile Liquid - $12.00

During this lab, students will:

 

 

  • Determine the molar mass of an unknown volatile liquid by the Dumas method
  • Identify the unknown molar mass by comparison to a list of known molar masses
  • Calculate the percentage of error for the experimental molar mass

Molar Mass by Freezing Point Depression - $12.00

During this lab, students will:

 

 

  • Determine the freezing point of a substance
  • Determine the change in freezing point between a pure solvent and a solution of that solvent
  • Calculate the molality of the solute in solution
  • Calculate the theoretical and the experimental molar mass of the solute
  • Calculate the percent error of the experimental molar mass

Factors Affecting Reaction Rates - $16.00

During this lab, students will:

 

 

  • Determine the effect of concentration, temperature, and catalyst on reaction rate
  • Extrapolate the rate law expression from experimental data

Equilibrium and Le Chatelier's Principle - $10.00

During this lab, students will:

 

 

  • Understand what it means when a reaction is in equilibrium
  • Explore Le Châtelier’s Principle
  • Determine the influence of the common ion effect on an equilibrium reaction
  • Determine the effect of temperature on an equilibrium reaction
  • Determine the effect of concentration on an equilibrium reaction

Characteristics of Buffered Solutions - $14.00

During this lab, students will:

 

 

  • Prepare buffered solutions of a given volume and concentration
  • Determine the proportions of each chemical needed to produce the targeted buffering capacity

Determination of Acetic Acid Concentration in Vinegar using Titration - $3.00

During this lab, students will:

 

 

  • Calculate the molarity and percent by mass of a solute in solution
  • Determine the concentration of an acid using titration
  • Understand the role of pH indicators in titrations
  • Calculate the pKa of a weak acid based on experimental data
  • Calculate the percent by mass of a component in a solution

Determination of Vitamin C Content by Redox Titration - $9.00

During this lab, students will:

 

 

  • Develop a standard curve for known concentrations of Vitamin C
  • Calculate the concentration of vitamin C in an unknown sample by redox titration

Determining the Ksp of Calcium Hydroxide - $13.00

During this lab, students will:

 

 

  • Calculate the molar solubility of a solution
  • Determine the Ksp of a molecule
  • Interpret the effect of a common ion on the molar solubility of a solution

Determination of Water Hardness by Titration - $20.00

During this lab, students will:

 

 

  • Perform a complexometric titration to determine the level of calcium ions in a water sample
  • Investigate the characteristics of an ion exchanger and its water softening uses
  • Evaluate the effectiveness of a water softening process

Electrochemistry - $18.00

During this lab, students will:

 

 

  • Calculate voltage using half-cell reduction reactions
  • Use Nernst’s equation to calculate voltage under non-standard conditions

Developing an Activity Series - $11.00

During this lab, students will:

 

 

  • Determine whether salt solutions will reduce metal ions to pure metal
  • Rank metals from most reactive to least reactive
  • Write half-reactions and net ionic equations for each reaction
  • Identify the oxidizing and reducing agents and which substances are oxidized and reduced

Lewis Structures and Molecular Shapes - $4.00

During this lab, students will:

 

 

  • Apply valence bond theory to draw appropriate Lewis structures
  • Apply valence shell electron pair repulsion theory (VSEPR) to predict molecular geometry
  • Construct three-dimensional molecular models
  • Sketch three-dimensional line structures using dashed lines and wedges

 Combine these labs with our comprehensive Chemistry content to create a complete digital learning experience for your students.

TESTIMONIALS

I needed a customized lab kit that would flow seamlessly with the course content and the investigations needed to be easy for students to follow and complete.

Dr. Kelley Flaherty

Assistant Professor of Biology, Alderson-Broaddus University

Students have told me how much they enjoy doing the labs and how the labs help them learn the material and do well in the class.

Dr. Jennifer McCall

Lecturer of Biology & Marine Biology, University of North Carolina Wilmington

Carolina Distance Learning® develops and manufactures lab kits that are designed specifically for college-level distance education. These kits provide the same rigor, relevance, and results as traditional labs, giving your online students a successful lab experience wherever you are.

Odigia provides digital learning and teaching tools that enhance the way students and instructors access, modify, and engage with content, collaborate with each other during the course, track progress and understanding of content, and ultimately apply knowledge.

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