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VERNIER INVESTIGATING GAS PRESSURE EBOOK
Investigate the behaviour of gas pressure when more gas is added, or when the volume of the container changes, with your Year 3-6 students using this electronic book of experiments and a GDX-GP Vernier Go Direct Gas Pressure Sensor.
Additional equipment may be required.
Table of Contents
1. Learning to Use a Pressure Sensor
Learn to use the Gas Pressure Sensor.
Measure the changing pressure as you move the plunger on a syringe.
2. Under Pressure
Record what happens to the air pressure when you combine vinegar and baking soda in a plastic water bottle.
Find out what happens when you mix different amounts of vinegar and baking soda together.
3. Get a Grip!
Use a computer and a Pressure Sensor to measure your grip strength.
See which of your hands has the greater grip strength.
Learn what happens to your grip strength as time goes by.
Compare your grip strength with your classmates.
These activities also require a GPS-BULB1 Vernier Gas Pressure Sensor Bulb (1)
4. Bubbles in Your Bread
Use a Pressure Sensor to measure the pressure caused by the production of CO2 carbon dioxide.
Make observations about how temperature affects rising dough.
• Instructions for data collection with Vernier's free Graphical Analysis™ 4 app
• Essential instructor information including teaching tips, suggested answers and sample data and graphs
• Word processing files of the student experiments so you can edit the files to match your teaching preferences
• A generous site licence allowing you to buy one e-book and duplicate the experiments for your class
NOTE: When you purchase this electronic book you will receive the download instructions after your order has been processed.
Download the current Vernier K-12 Catalogue
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Educational use only:
Vernier and Kidwind products are designed for educational use. They are not appropriate for industrial, medical or commercial applications. Details
Last edited 10th Apr 2020