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T-Dv | Microchemistry

  • 19 Sep 2017
  • 8:50 AM - 9:50 AM
  • Sydney Grammar School
  • 9


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Presenter: Sumathi Venkateswaran & Pam Waller

Participants will learn how to make CO2, H2 and O2 in syringes, then to combine Hydrogen and oxygen to prepare gaseous H2O.

Come expecting a hands-on workshop – this technique can be used to make a variety of gases for use in classrooms.
  • It's fun and easy! Easy to learn how. Gases ready in 5 minutes!

  • Great labs! Great demos! Students enjoy making gases. 
  • It's visual! Best way to 'see' a gas is to watch it being produced. It's microscale in terms of quantities, but large enough to see - 60 mL.
  • It's inexpensive. A syringe of CO2 costs less than 1 cent to produce. 
  • It's green - little or no chemical wastes.
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