Key Experiments

  • » Some measuring instruments - How do you compare volume measurement scales? Part I of II - 1032.003_B_1
  • » How are the temperatures of a Bunsen burner measured? - 1201.011
  • » How to identify homogenous and heterogeneous systems - 1201.010
  • » The determination of the density of a liquid - 1042.036_1
  • » The determination of the density of a solid - 1042.036_3
  • » Lavoisier and Proust´s law of combinations using a reaction chamber - 1232.015
  • » How do you perform the separation of heterogeneous mixtures by simple filtration? Part I of V - 1212.012_1
  • » How to separate heterogeneous mixtures through magnetic separation. Part II of V - 1212.012_2
  • » How to separate heterogeneous mixtures using decantation - 1212.012_4
  • » How to separate homogenous mixtures using paper chromatography. Part I of II - 1212.014_A_1
  • » How do you list the properties of substances by electrical conductivity? - 1222.012_A_1
  • » Chemical bonding – How to describe the properties of substances through solubility in polar and nonpolar solvents. Part II of II - 1222.012_2
  • » How to identify the occurrence of a chemical reaction - 1232.002
  • » Classification of inorganic reactions – How does the reaction of hydrogen displacement (simple exchange) occur? Part III of IV - 1232.027_1
  • » Classification of inorganic reactions – How does the formation of precipitates (double exchange) occur? Part IV of IV - 1232.027_2
  • » Inorganic chemical functions - How do acids and bases behave in relation to different indicators? Part I of II - 1252.024_1
  • » Inorganic chemical functions – How to analyze the different chemical properties of acids. Part II of II - 1252.024_2
  • » Inorganic chemical functions – How to obtain an acid oxide. Part II of III - 1252.022_2
  • » Inorganic chemical functions – How to obtain a basic oxide. Part III of III - 1252.022_3
  • » Inorganic chemical functions – How to obtain salts - 1252.026
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