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Forensic Chemistry of Drug Detection Kit

Item # 699837
Forensic Chemistry of Drug Detection Kit is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 2.
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All of the students who ate the chili in the school cafeteria became ill. As forensic toxicologists, your students are directed to perform a series of chemical tests to determine whether aspirin, stolen from the nurse's office, has been substituted for one of the chili ingredients.

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All of the students who ate the chili in the school cafeteria became ill. As forensic toxicologists, your students are directed to perform a series of chemical tests to determine whether aspirin, stolen from the nurse's office, has been substituted for one of the chili ingredients.

Materials are sufficient for 15 groups of students. Includes teacher's manual and student guide copy masters.

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Components Qty Included?
Control Acetylsalicylic Acid Included
Bottles Chili Ingredients 3 Included
Ferric Nitrate, 0.1 M Solution Included
Dilute Lugol's Iodine Included
Microreaction Plates 15 Included
Rated 5 out of 5 by from very good fun experiment My daughter really enjoyed this science experiment. If I were going to change one thing, I would make the chart they sent for notes more consistent with the experiment trays (use columns for the columns and rows for the rows instead of the opposite. After the experiment, she may want to go into forensic toxicology.
Date published: 2012-02-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very good learning tool My daughter used this kit for her 6th grade science fair project. It was very educational. I would recommend some more in-depth information be added to the kit for those who want to expand on the topic some more. We researched pH levels, chemical reactions, solubility, and rates of reaction to enhance her project a bit more. If that were added to the kit as 'optional' detail, it would help. Also, it was not until we added sugar to the experiment that we fully realized the overall objective. Perhaps it was made clear and we missed it but we were somewhat confused by the initial results, then decided to try sugar.
Date published: 2011-03-28
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