Chemistry with Vernier

Chemistry with Vernier is the foundational chemistry book for high school and college courses.

Chemistry with Vernier has more than 36 experiments in thermochemistry, gas laws, acid-base reactions, equilibrium, electrochemistry, electrolytes, states of matter, and more.

Experiments are included for the Gas Pressure Sensor, Temperature Probe, pH Sensor, Conductivity Probe, Colorimeter, and Voltage Probe.

If you teach AP*, IB**, or college chemistry, you should also consider Advanced Chemistry with Vernier and Investigating Chemistry through Inquiry.

Table of Contents

Experiment Suggested Products
1 Endothermic and Exothermic Reactions Go Direct® Temperature Probe
2 Freezing and Melting of Water Go Direct® Temperature Probe
3 Another Look at Freezing Temperature Go Direct® Temperature Probe
4 Heat of Fusion of Ice Go Direct® Temperature Probe
5 Find the Relationship: An Exercise in Graphing Analysis No probeware used
6 Boyle’s Law: Pressure-Volume Relationship in Gases Go Direct® Gas Pressure Sensor
7 Pressure-Temperature Relationship in Gases Go Direct® Gas Pressure Sensor, Go Direct® Temperature Probe
8 Fractional Distillation Go Direct® Temperature Probe
9 Evaporation and Intermolecular Attractions Go Direct® Temperature Probe
10 Vapor Pressure of Liquids Go Direct® Gas Pressure Sensor, Go Direct® Temperature Probe
11 Determining the Concentration of a Solution: Beer’s Law Go Direct® Colorimeter
12 Effect of Temperature on Solubility of a Salt Go Direct® Temperature Probe
13 Properties of Solutions: Electrolytes and Non-Electrolytes Go Direct® Conductivity Probe
14 Conductivity of Solutions: The Effect of Concentration Go Direct® Conductivity Probe
15 Using Freezing Point Depression to Find Molecular Weight Go Direct® Temperature Probe
16 Energy Content of Foods Go Direct® Temperature Probe
17 Energy Content of Fuels Go Direct® Temperature Probe
18 Additivity of Heats of Reaction: Hess’s Law Go Direct® Temperature Probe
19 Heat of Combustion: Magnesium Go Direct® Temperature Probe
20 Chemical Equilibrium: Finding a Constant, Kc Go Direct® Colorimeter
21 Household Acids and Bases Go Direct® pH Sensor
22 Acid Rain Go Direct® pH Sensor
23 Titration Curves of Strong and Weak Acids and Bases Go Direct® pH Sensor
24 Acid-Base Titration Go Direct® pH Sensor, Go Direct® Drop Counter
25 Titration of a Diprotic Acid: Identifying an Unknown Go Direct® pH Sensor, Go Direct® Drop Counter
26 Using Conductivity to Find an Equivalence Point Go Direct® Conductivity Probe, Go Direct® Drop Counter
27 Acid Dissociation Constant, Ka Go Direct® pH Sensor
28 Establishing a Table of Reduction Potentials: Micro-Voltaic Cells Go Direct® Voltage Probe
29 Lead Storage Batteries Go Direct® Voltage Probe
30 Rate Law Determination of the Crystal Violet Reaction Go Direct® Colorimeter
31 Time-Release Vitamin C Tablets Go Direct® pH Sensor
32 The Buffer in Lemonade Go Direct® pH Sensor
33 Determining the Free Chlorine Content of Swimming Pool Water Go Direct® Colorimeter
34 Determining the Quantity of Iron in a Vitamin Tablet Go Direct® Colorimeter
35 Determining the Phosphoric Acid Content in Soft Drinks Go Direct® pH Sensor
36 Microscale Acid-Base Titration Go Direct® pH Sensor