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Laboratory Workbook Rebecca W. Keller, PhD

Cover design David Keller Opening page David Keller, Rebecca W. Keller, PhD Illustrations Rebecca W. Keller, PhD Copyright 2013 Gravitas Publications, Inc. All rights reserved. No part of this public

INTRODUCTION iii ON YOUR OWN A Note From the Author About the Experiments All of the experiments in the Focus On High School Chemistry Laboratory Workbook are essentially on your own. One of the mo

iv FOCUS ON HIGH SCHOOL CHEMISTRY LABORATORY WORKBOOK Laboratory Safety Most of these experiments use household items. However, some items, such as iodine, are extremely poisonous. Extra care shoul

Contents Experiment 1 Experiment 2 Experiment 3 Experiment 4 Experiment 5 Experiment 6 Experiment 7 Experiment 8 Experiment 9 Experiment 10 LOW SOdiUm BUiLdiNg mOLeCULeS maSS matteRS aCidS aNd BaSeS N

vi FOCUS ON HIGH SCHOOL CHEMISTRY LABORATORY WORKBOOK

EXPERIMENT I LOW SODIUM 1 exPeRimeNt 1 LOW SOdiUm You go to the family doctor, and he decides to put you on a special diet. He tells you that you have been eating too much sodium. He is an old chemi

2 FOCUS ON HIGH SCHOOL CHEMISTRY LABORATORY WORKBOOK experiment 1 Objective hypothesis date I. List the materials you need. mateRiaLS II. Write out the steps of your experiment in as much detail

EXPERIMENT I LOW SODIUM 3 III. Record your results. ReSULtS Food item Serving size Sodium in milligrams

4 FOCUS ON HIGH SCHOOL CHEMISTRY LABORATORY WORKBOOK IV. Discuss your results and write your conclusions. CONCLUSiONS

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