Inorganic Chemistry

BC1
Inorganic Chemistry

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Description

Density, solubility, susceptibility to magnetisation and colour
Boiling temperature
Sublimation

Heterogeneous mixtures
Homogeneous mixtures

Evaporation
Differential settling and decanting
Melting out and magnet separation
Refining of rock salt by boiling
Separation of non-miscible liquids
Extraction
Separation of substances by shaking
Chromatography

Detection of dissolved solids in different water samples
Detection of dissolved gases in Trinkwasser
Solutions, colloids and suspensions
Saturated solutions
Determination of solubility

Water dissociation and water synthesis
Media for water detection

Importance of air for combustion processes
Investigation of the air

Oxygen – generation, detection and properties
Carbon dioxide – generation, detection and properties
Carbon dioxide – applications (fire extinguisher)
Hydrogen – generation and properties

Production of detection agents for acids (and bases)
Effect of indicators on acids
Carbonic acid

Caution when handling bases!
Effect of indicators on bases
Sodium hydroxide solution and its properties
Production of bases by the reaction of metals with water

Salt formation by neutralisation
Salt formation by the reaction of base metals with dilute acids
Salt formation by the reaction of metal oxides with acids
Formation of salts by precipitation reactions

Growing crystals
Freezing mixtures

The behaviour of metals when they are heated
The causes of the changes to metals when they are heated
Even metals will burn
Rusting (rusting as an oxidation process)
Protection against rusting by hot-dip tin plating and dip-galvanizing
Changes to the properties of steel on heat treatment
Soldering
Silver mirror

Production of charcoal
Activated charcoal
Sulfur – properties (allotropes)
Iodineine and its properties

Components of equipment sets

1 204601 Basic Science Kit Chemistry - Stand Material LD
1 204602 Basic Science Kit Chemistry - Basics LD
1 204603 Basic Science Kit Chemistry - General Chemistry LD
1 6616401 Dangerous good ** Basic Science Kit - CH chemicals, complete LD
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1 204690 ** LIT: Basic Science Kit, Chemistry, digital LD
1 204690DE ** LIT: Basic Science Kit Chemistry LD
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Gas burner
1 667100 ** Cover plate,20 cm x 20 cm LD
1 667609 ** Safety gloves, nitrile rubber, size 8 LD
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1 6668036 ** Drying oven UNB 30 l LD
1 6677977 ** Electronic Balance 440-3N, 200 g : 0.01 g LD

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Experiment Instructions

PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CK1.0.0.0 Hazard notes
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CK1.0.0.1 Setting up stands
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CK1.1.1.1 Density, solubility, susceptibility to magnetisation and colour
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CK1.1.1.2 Boiling temperature
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CK1.1.1.3 Sublimation
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CK1.1.2.1 Heterogeneous mixtures
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CK1.1.2.2 Homogeneous mixtures
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CK1.1.3.1 Evaporation
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CK1.1.3.2 Differential settling and decanting
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CK1.1.3.3 Melting out and magnet separation
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CK1.1.3.4 Refining of rock salt by boiling
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CK1.1.3.5 Separation of non-miscible liquids
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CK1.1.3.6 Extraction
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CK1.1.3.7 Separation of substances by shaking
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CK1.1.3.8 Chromatography
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CK1.2.1.1 Detection of dissolved solids in different water samples
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CK1.2.1.2 Detection of dissolved gases in drinking water
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CK1.2.1.3 Solutions, colloids and suspensions
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CK1.2.1.5 Saturated solutions
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CK1.2.1.6 Determination of solubility
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CK1.2.3.1 Water dissociation and water synthesis
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CK1.2.3.2 Media for water detection
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CK1.3.1.2 Importance of air for combustion processes
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CK1.3.1.3 Investigation of the air
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CK1.3.2.1 Oxygen – generation, detection and properties
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CK1.3.2.2 Carbon dioxide – generation, detection and properties
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CK1.3.2.3 Carbon dioxide – applications (fire extinguisher)
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CK1.3.2.4 Hydrogen – generation and properties
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CK1.4.1.1 Production of detection agents for acids (and bases)
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CK1.4.1.2 Effect of indicators on acids
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CK1.4.1.3 Carbonic acid
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CK1.4.2.1 Caution when handling bases!
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CK1.4.2.2 Effect of indicators on bases
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CK1.4.2.3 Sodium hydroxide solution and its properties
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CK1.4.2.4 Production of bases by the reaction of metals with water
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CK1.5.1.1 Salt formation by neutralisation
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CK1.5.1.2 Salt formation by the reaction of base metals with dilute acids
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CK1.5.1.3 Salt formation by the reaction of metal oxides with acids
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CK1.5.1.4 Formation of salts by precipitation reactions
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CK1.5.2.1 Growing crystals
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CK1.5.2.3 Freezing mixtures
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CK1.6.1.1 The behaviour of metals when they are heated
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CK1.6.1.2 The cfromes of the changes to metals when they are heated
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CK1.6.1.3 Even metals will burn
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CK1.6.1.4 Rusting (rusting as an oxidation process)
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CK1.6.1.5 Protection against rusting by hot-dip tin plating and dip-galvanizing
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CK1.6.1.6 Changes to the properties of steel on heat treatment
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CK1.6.1.7 Soldering
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CK1.6.1.8 Silver mirror
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CK1.6.2.1 Production of charcoal
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CK1.6.2.2 Activated charcoal
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CK1.6.2.4 Sulfur – properties (allotropes)
PDF (students' version) PDF (students' version) CK1.6.2.5 Iodineine and its properties
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CK1.0.0.0 Hazard notes
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CK1.0.0.1 Setting up stands
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CK1.0.0.2 Additional information about the experiments
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CK1.1.1.1 Density, solubility, susceptibility to magnetisation and colour
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CK1.1.1.2 Boiling temperature
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CK1.1.1.3 Sublimation
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CK1.1.2.1 Heterogeneous mixtures
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CK1.1.2.2 Homogeneous mixtures
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CK1.1.3.1 Evaporation
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CK1.1.3.2 Differential settling and decanting
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CK1.1.3.3 Melting out and magnet separation
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CK1.1.3.4 Refining of rock salt by boiling
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CK1.1.3.5 Separation of non-miscible liquids
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CK1.1.3.6 Extraction
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CK1.1.3.7 Separation of substances by shaking
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CK1.1.3.8 Chromatography
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CK1.2.1.1 Detection of dissolved solids in different water samples
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CK1.2.1.2 Detection of dissolved gases in drinking water
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CK1.2.1.3 Solutions, colloids and suspensions
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CK1.2.1.5 Saturated solutions
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CK1.2.1.6 Determination of solubility
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CK1.2.3.1 Water dissociation and water synthesis
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CK1.2.3.2 Media for water detection
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CK1.3.1.2 Importance of air for combustion processes
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CK1.3.1.3 Investigation of the air
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CK1.3.2.1 Oxygen – generation, detection and properties
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CK1.3.2.2 Carbon dioxide – generation, detection and properties
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CK1.3.2.3 Carbon dioxide – applications (fire extinguisher)
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CK1.3.2.4 Hydrogen – generation and properties
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CK1.4.1.1 Production of detection agents for acids (and bases)
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CK1.4.1.2 Effect of indicators on acids
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CK1.4.1.3 Carbonic acid
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CK1.4.2.1 Caution when handling bases!
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CK1.4.2.2 Effect of indicators on bases
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CK1.4.2.3 Sodium hydroxide solution and its properties
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CK1.4.2.4 Production of bases by the reaction of metals with water
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CK1.5.1.1 Salt formation by neutralisation
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CK1.5.1.2 Salt formation by the reaction of base metals with dilute acids
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CK1.5.1.3 Salt formation by the reaction of metal oxides with acids
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CK1.5.1.4 Formation of salts by precipitation reactions
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CK1.5.2.1 Growing crystals
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CK1.5.2.3 Freezing mixtures
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CK1.6.1.1 The behaviour of metals when they are heated
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CK1.6.1.2 The cfromes of the changes to metals when they are heated
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CK1.6.1.3 Even metals will burn
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CK1.6.1.4 Rusting (rusting as an oxidation process)
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CK1.6.1.5 Protection against rusting by hot-dip tin plating and dip-galvanizing
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CK1.6.1.6 Changes to the properties of steel on heat treatment
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CK1.6.1.7 Soldering
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CK1.6.1.8 Silver mirror
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CK1.6.2.1 Production of charcoal
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CK1.6.2.2 Activated charcoal
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CK1.6.2.4 Sulfur – properties (allotropes)
PDF (teacher's version) PDF (teacher's version) CK1.6.2.5 Iodineine and its properties
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