Acid Rain and Buffers
Learn how certain types of lake bottoms can act as buffers.
Why does acid rain decrease the pH of some lakes and not others? Explore the role of different bottom materials in keeping the pH of lakes constant.
- Create mini-lakes with different bottom materials and limestone.
- Add acid rain to your mini-lakes and test the pH.
- Determine which lake bottom material is a buffer that keeps the pH of the mini-lake water relatively constant.
Limit 1 free sample per customer
|1 - 9||$10.50 ea.|
|10 - 24||$9.98 ea.|
|25 - 1000||$9.45 ea.|
Each assembled kit contains:
- Student instructions
- 1 plastic vial of sand
- 1 plastic vial of limestone
- Simulated “Acid Rain”
- 12 strips of pH paper
- pH color chart
- 1 dropper
- 2 stirrers
Also required: Water, safety goggles
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Acid Rain and Buffers – Pack of 10 Unassembled Kits
Catalog # STO-107U
Unassembled packs contain materials for 10 kits.
- All supplies, lab materials, and printed labels
- Student instructions copy master
- Easy to follow instructions for kit assembly
|1 - 9||$84.00 ea.|
|10 - 1000||$79.80 ea.|
Acid Rain and Buffers – 10 Kit Refill Pack
Catalog # STO-107R
Refill packs contain materials to replace consumable supplies for 10 kits.
|1 - 9||$36.96 ea.|
|10 - 1000||$35.11 ea.|
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