Lab-Aids™ Using Chemical Reactions to Reduce Waste
Learn that many industrial waste processes contain toxic or valuable substances that can sometimes be reclaimed then recycled or disposed of safely.
Manufacturer: Lab-Aids™ 441S
DescriptionWorking in groups, students reclaim copper from a liquid 'waste' containing dissolved copper chloride. They will measure the effectiveness of three different metal replacement reactions at removing the copper from the 'waste'. They will then compare the effectiveness, cost, and safety information for each replacement reaction and decide which metal would be the best to use for removing the copper from the 'waste'. Accommodates 12 groups of 2 students. Includes Teacher guide, student sheets, assessment questions and SDS.
|Teacher's manual with MSDS; 28 student worksheets and guides; 13 Chemplates™ 12 aluminum washers; 12 iron washers; 12 zinc washers; Six drop-controlled; bottles of waste copper chloride solution (15mL); Six plastic spoons; One dropper; One transparency|
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