Advanced Chemistry with Vernier has 35 advanced chemistry experiments designed for use with Vernier data-collection technology. The first 22 experiments have a 1-to-1 correlation with the 22 experiments recommended by AP* for AP Chemistry courses. There are four student alternative versions included for each experiment: computer, calculator, Palm OS handhelds, and a generic version that covers all platforms. Experiments are included for the Vernier Temperature Probe, pH Sensor, Conductivity Probe, Drop Counter, Colorimeter, Gas Pressure Sensor, Current Probe, ORP Sensor, and Radiation Monitor.
The AP Chemistry Course Description (Acorn) booklet describes 22 recommended chemistry experiments. Even though College Board doesn't expect you to complete all 22 of these experiments in a one-year AP chemistry course, they do consider it a comprehensive list from which you can choose a variety of meaningful experiments. In the Advanced Chemistry with Vernier lab book, we have included one lab for each of the 22 AP recommended experiments. These experiments are indicated by an (AP) symbol in the table of contents.
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).
CD includes instructions to perform the experiments on every supported platform:
LabQuest in Stand-Alone Mode
Calculator (EasyData and Datamate)