This experiment guide covers the latest standards for College Board Advanced Placement Chemistry. Labs are based on the College Board Learning Objectives. Data Analysis and Assessment Questions are tasks designed to prepare students for the AP® Chemistry exam. The manual includes editable student handouts. Prepare your students for inquiry investigations with: 

  • Initial investigations to test ideas,

  • Advanced investigations to explore the phenomena,

  • Extended inquiry investigations to understand the nuances of the concept followed by

  • Synthesis questions and related AP style questions dealing with the concept.

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Starter Lab Station *

PS-3302 #1564057

Extension Lab Station 

PS-3303C #1612053


  • 1x Wireless Temperature Sensor

  • 1x Wireless Pressure Sensor

  • 1x Wireless pH Sensor

  • 1x Wireless Conductivity Sensor

  • 1x Wireless Voltage Sensor


  • 1x Wireless Colorimeter & Turbidity Sensor

  • 1x Wireless Drop Counter

  • 1x Oxidation Reduction Potential Probe

Lab Activities​

  1. Analysis of Food Dyes in Sports Drinks

  2. Investigating the Copper Content of Brass

  3. How Hard Is Your Tap Water? *

  4. How Much Acid is in Your Fruit Juice? *

  5. Separating Food Dyes Using Chromatography

  6. A Chemistry Mystery: Name That Unknown! *

  7. Stoichiometry in Solutions *

  8. Percentage of H2O2 in your Drugstore Hydrogen Peroxide

  9. Investigating Physical and Chemical Changes of Matter *

  10. What Does Acid Rain Do To Coral Reefs? *

  11. Kinetics of Crystal Violet Fading

  12. Building a Better Hand Warmer *

  13. Applications of Le Châtelier’s Principle *

  14. Investigation of Acid-Base Titrations *

  15. Introduction to Buffers *

  16. Evaluation of Lemonade as a Buffer *