Physical Science with Vernier

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This book contains 40 ready-to-use experiments for physical science (middle school through grade 10). The complete table of contents is shown below. Experiments are included for 12 Vernier physical science sensors in chemistry and physics. These experiments are perfect for introductory physical science and integrated science classes!
Table of Contents for calculators

Experiments Using a Temperature Probe 

Temperature Probe Response Time
Boiling Temperature of Isopropyl Alcohol
Evaporation of Alcohols
Endothermic and Exothermic Reactions
Neutralization Reactions
Mixing Warm and Cold Water
Heat of Fusion
Energy Content of Fuels
Energy Content of Foods
Absorption of Radiant Energy
An Insulated Cola Bottle
A Good Sock
Insolation Angle
Solar Homes and Heat Sinks
Experiments Using Motion Detector 
Ocean Floor Mapping
Graphing Your Motion
The Indy 100
Crash Dummies
Falling Objects
Experiments Using Force Sensor 
First-Class Levers
Experiments Using Conductivity Probe 
Water Hardness Study
Diffusion: How Fast?
A Water Field Study
Experiments Using pH Sensor 
Soil Study
A Water Field Study
Experiments Using Gas Pressure Sensor 
Get a Grip!
Fun with Pressure
Yeast Beasts in Action
Experiments Using Exercise Heart Rate Monitor 
Heart Rate and Exercise
Experiments Using Light Sensor 
Reflectivity of Light
Schoolyard Study
Experiments Using Magnetic Field Sensor 
Mapping a Magnetic Field
Experiments Using Voltage Probe 
Lemon "Juice"

Each Vernier Lab Book includes:



Complete student experiments with materials list, step-by-step instructions, data tables, and questions.



Teacher Information section for each experiment with complete directions for setting up experiments, helpful hints, and sample graphs and data.


Word-processing files of the student sections on a CD so that any experiment may be easily edited to your specifications (Microsoft Word for Macintosh and Windows files). Each CD includes both the computer and calculator version of each student experiment!