Learn about the history of the development acetylsalicylic acid (aspirin) and test the performance of several different types of aspirin. Examine the solubility of aspirin in varying gastrointestinal environments, compare active ingredients in regular and extra strength aspirin, and investigate the differences between regular and buffered aspirin. All aspirin samples are included and kit contains enough materials for 5 groups.
Great for distance learning and home schooling - kit includes Teacher's (or Parent's) Instruction Manual, safety data sheets, student guide and worksheet copymasters.
- 1 bottle of Hydrochloric Acid, 1M Solution (50ml)
- 3 bottles of Sodium Hydroxide, 1M Solution (30ml each)
- 1 bottle of Phenolphthalein, 1% in Ethanol (10ml)
- 18 Universal Indicator Strips
- 5 Graduated Plastic Pipettes
- 15 Disposable Medicine Cups
- 1 package of Aspirin, Regular (25 tablets)
- 1 package of Aspirin, Buffered (20 tablets)
- 1 package of Aspirin, Enteric-coated (15 tablets)
- 1 package of Aspirin, Extra Strength (5 tablets)
Required Materials (not included): Distilled water, graduated cylinders, glass stirring rods (or similar), labeling tape
Innovating Science Small Group Learning kits are designed to offer engaging activities and educational content to for teachers to use with small groups or to distribute to remote students, or for parents with learners at home. Kits incorporate applied math and science principles into home school and distance learning projects.
Safety Data SheetDownload Here
Disciplinary Core Ideas
STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION
Cross Cutting Concepts
ANALYZING AND INTERPRETING DATA
OBTANING,EVALUATING, AND COMMUNICATING INFORMATION
Not included in the kit:
25mL Graduated cylinders
Glass stirring rods (or similar)
Labeling tape (masking or similar)
Optional - Aspirin samples brought in from home
Kit SpecsComes with instructionsRegulated:
Small quantity exemption 173.4Country of Origin:
9023.00.000CA Prop Warning Statement:
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Acetyl Salicylic acid/Aspirin and Phenolphthalein/Methanol/Methyl isobutyl ketone, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.