The decomposition of hydrogen peroxide results in a mild exothermic reaction that produces a lot of foam. Watch our experiment, read about the chemistry behind the reaction, then grab a kit to try it for yourself!
One of the most fundamental pieces of science equipment is the lab stand. In this article we explore what each piece of the lab stand is and how it's used. If you're interested in setting up a home or garage lab, take a look.
hBARSCI offers over 20 different molecular model kits to aid in the study of organic and inorganic chemistry. Molecules are small and can be tough to conceptualize, but with these sets you'll be able to build and manipulate thousands of different compounds.
For those of you interested in digging a little deeper into hBARSCI's geology collection, the individual rock and mineral specimens allow lots of flexibility. Here are just a few examples of sets you can build yourself. What kind of combinations will you come up with?
Whether you're teaching ophthalmology or are just fascinated by eyes, you want an anatomical eye model. hBARSCI has 4 different models in stock, so how do you know which is the right model for you? This article will help guide you.