Exploring Chemistry

by: ZMT1 (Zoe)

Website

https://sites.google.com/site/exploringchemistrychemc3000/

Experiments To Do in the Kit:

Experiments
Danger
Chemicals
Supervision
Lab
Completed
10, 11, & 13
Do not inhale or touch skin
Sulfar Dioxide
Maybe
Yes or outdoors for ventilation purposes
Not yet
23
None
Just water
None
Not necessary
Yes
34
None
Just water
None
Not necessary
Yes
60, 61, & 62
Do not inhale dust glove and eye protection
Calcium hydroxide
Lime water
None
Not necessary
Yes
63
Gloves and eye protection
Limewater
None
Not necessary
Not yet
81
Severe skin burns gloves and eye protection
Sodium Hydroxide
Yes
Maybe
Not yet
82, & 83
Severe eye damage goggles and gloves
Sodium Carbonate
Hydrogen Peroxide
No
Not necessary
Not yet

Other Websites With Experiments:

https://sciencebob.com/category/experiments/

"Final" Project


"Final" Project Reflection

  • Use the reflection prompts or come up with your own that helps you reflect on the overall project, process & product

Steps & Tips


  1. I will need to get the kit first
  2. I will need to figure out which projects inside the kit I want to do the most. In will start with five projects then if I want to do more I can do more. This step may need help from the experts.
  3. I will need to make a website to keep all of my documentation and progress on.
  4. I will need to do the project while keeping documentation using video.
  5. I will need to make a easy to follow procedure to go with the project I made.
  6. I will reflect on the science project and try and understand what happened and why,
  7. I will need to post the video or other forms of documentation to my website.
  8. I will repeat steps 4-7 for each project I complete

  • Add tips, photos, videos to help anyone else who might be interested in trying a similar project

Difficulties, F.A.I.L.s, & Reflections

  • What difficulties or F.A.I.L.s did you have during the project?
  • How did you handle/resolve/work around them?

Resources

  • CHEM C3000 Science Kit
  • Website/Computer
  • iPod - To document
  • Other materials to do specific experiments