Chemistry

Starter Bundle
P/N: NCS001

Covers 15 Experiments in Fourier’s Chemistry book, among them:

  • Acid-base titration
  • Freezing and melting water
  • Saltwater conductivity
  • Boyle’s Law
  • Acid rain
  • Exothermic and endothermic reaction

Comprehensive Bundle
P/N: NCC001

 Covers 25 Experiments in Fourier’s Chemistry book, among them:

  • Acid-base titration
  • Endothermic reactions
  • The Lambert-Beer Law
  • Chemical equilibrium
  • Saltwater conductivity
  • The Ideal Gas Law
  • Boyle’s Law
  • Energy content of fuels
  • Endothermic and exothermic reactions
  • Exploring a candle flame
  • Electrochemical cell

 

 

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  • Conductivity

    Conductivity

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      Description

      The Conductivity Sensor is designed to measure conductivity of liquids and solutions and consists of a conductivity electrode, an adapter and a connecting wire. 

      Common usage

      The Conductivity Sensor is used for various experiments in Biology and Chemistry.  By using the Conductivity Sensor you can demonstrate changes in conductivity when dissolving salts in water, or monitor bodies of water for pollution.  The Conductivity Sensor can also be used for water salinity testing.

      Specifications

      • Range: 0 to 20 mS
      • Accuracy: ±8 % over entire range
      • Resolution (12-bit): 5 μS
      • Conductivity Cell Material: Carbon, 2-Cell
      • K Cell Value: 1.0
      • K cell Value Tolerance: ±20 %
      • Temperature Range: 0 to 80 °C
      • Minimum Sample Size: 25 mL
      • Response Time for 95% of Reading: 5 seconds
      • Default Sample Rate: 10 samples per second

      Features: Equipped with an offset calibration screw

    • pH

      pH

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        Description

        The pH sensor is capable of measuring the entire range of 0 - 14 pH and is used for various experiments in Biology, Chemistry and Environmental Science. This sensor can replace the traditional pH meter and in addition, it automatically collects the pH data and the pH changes during chemical reactions and displays these changes in a graph. The pH sensor (DT016A) consists of the Fourier Systems adaptor (DT017) and a pH electrode (DT018) and is equipped with an automatic temperature compensation system.

        Common usage

        The pH Sensor is used for various experiments in Biology, Chemistry and Environmental Science. Common experiments include: measuring the pH of bodies of water over long periods of time, diffusion of liquids, acidification of milk, or acid-base titration, and more.

         

        Specifications

        • Range: 0 to 14 pH
        • Accuracy: ±2 % over entire range, after temperature compensation
        • Resolution (12-bit): 0.004 pH
        • Temperature Compensation: Yes
        • Operating Temperature: 0 to 50 °C
        • Response Time for 95% of Reading: 10 seconds
        • Default Sample Rate: 10 samples per second

        Feature: Equipped with an offset calibration screw

        Sensor Storage: Store the pH electrode in its storage solution when not in use

         

      • Pressure  150-1150 mbar

        Pressure 150-1150 mbar

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        Pressure 150-1150 mbar

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          Description

          The Pressure Sensor (150-1,150 mbar) is an absolute gas pressure sensor that measures applied external pressure relative to zero pressure reference sealed inside the sensor.  

          Common usage

          The Pressure Sensor can be used as an altimeter (measuring your current height) and as a barometer for various meteorological measurements.  Typical uses include investigating the evaporation of water from terrestrial plants – transpiration, measuring the photosynthesis rate in water plants, measuring the respiration rate of germinating seeds, investigating the effect of light on photosynthesis rate and as well as examining the Ideal Gas Law.

          Specifications

          • Range: 150 to 1,150 mbar
          • Accuracy: ±1 % over entire range
          • Resolution (12-bit): 0.25 mbar
          • Default Sample Rate: 10 samples per second
          • Response Time (for 90% change in reading): 1 ms
          • Operating Temperature: 0 to 85 °C
        • Temperature -40 to 140 °C

          Temperature -40 to 140 °C

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          Temperature -40 to 140 °C

          Temperature -40 to 140 °C

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            Description

            Fourier’s stainless steel Temperature Sensor is both simple and durable.  It is covered with a protective isolating material, making it significantly stronger than a traditional glass thermometer.  The sensor connects directly to the data logger using a standard mini-din cable.

            Common usage

            With a range of -40 °C to 140 °C, it can be used for experiments in Chemistry, Physics, Biology, Earth Science, and Environmental Science.  It is particularly well suited for conduction water and other chemical solution temperature measurements.

             

            Specifications

            •Range for NOVA5000:

            • -40 to 140 °C
            • -40 to 284 °F
            • 233.15 to 413.15 K

            Range for MultiLogPRO:

            • -40 to 140 °C
            • -40 to 284 °F
            • Accuracy: ±2 % over entire range
            • Resolution (12-bit): 0.03 °C
            • Default Sample Rate: 10 samples per second
            • Response Time (for 90% change in reading):
            • 20 seconds in liquid
            • 40 to 60 seconds in air
            • Sensing Element: Located inside the sensor’s tip

             

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              Description

              The Colorimeter measures the intensity of light transmitted through a sample at a selected wavelength.

              Common usage

              The three colorimeter wavelengths enable students to determine concentrations of diluted solutions. It may also be used to characterize chemical reactions when compounds are formed or decomposed showing absorption in one of three colors.

              Specifications

              • Transmittance: 20% - 90%
              • Accuracy ±10%
              • Resolution (12-bit): 0.03 %
              • Wavelengths:
              • Blue (480 nm)
              • Green (500 nm)
              • Red (650 nm)
              • Cell Volume: 3.5 cc
              • Cell Width: 1 cm
              • Features: Calibration knob
            • Conductivity

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                Description

                The Conductivity Sensor is designed to measure conductivity of liquids and solutions and consists of a conductivity electrode, an adapter and a connecting wire. 

                Common usage

                The Conductivity Sensor is used for various experiments in Biology and Chemistry.  By using the Conductivity Sensor you can demonstrate changes in conductivity when dissolving salts in water, or monitor bodies of water for pollution.  The Conductivity Sensor can also be used for water salinity testing.

                Specifications

                • Range: 0 to 20 mS
                • Accuracy: ±8 % over entire range
                • Resolution (12-bit): 5 μS
                • Conductivity Cell Material: Carbon, 2-Cell
                • K Cell Value: 1.0
                • K cell Value Tolerance: ±20 %
                • Temperature Range: 0 to 80 °C
                • Minimum Sample Size: 25 mL
                • Response Time for 95% of Reading: 5 seconds
                • Default Sample Rate: 10 samples per second

                Features: Equipped with an offset calibration screw

              • Oxygen

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                  Description

                  This Oxygen Sensor is a galvanic oxygen electrode, capable of measuring % O₂ in air and O₂ concentration in aqueous solutions in mg/L. The sensor consists of a galvanic oxygen sensitive electrode with a processing unit (oxygen adaptor, equipped with a calibration knob). The range can be determined directly on the data logger or via the MultiLab™ software.

                  Common usage

                  The Oxygen Sensor can be used to perform a wide variety of experiments in order to determine changes in % O₂ in air and dissolved oxygen levels (especially in aquariums), photosynthesis and respiration of plants and monitoring human respiration.

                  Specifications

                  • Range: 0 to 12.5 mg/L DO₂; 0 to 25 % O₂
                  • Accuracy: ±7 % over entire range
                  • Resolution (12-bit):
                  • 0 to 12.5 mg/L0.003 mg/L
                  • 0 to 25 % 0.007%
                  • Temperature Compensation: No
                  • Response Time for 95% of Reading: Up to 2 minutes
                  • Default Sample Rate: 10 samples per second
                  • Electrolyte: Sodium Hydroxide solution

                  Features: Equipped with an offset calibration knob

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                    Description

                    The pH sensor is capable of measuring the entire range of 0 - 14 pH and is used for various experiments in Biology, Chemistry and Environmental Science. This sensor can replace the traditional pH meter and in addition, it automatically collects the pH data and the pH changes during chemical reactions and displays these changes in a graph. The pH sensor (DT016A) consists of the Fourier Systems adaptor (DT017) and a pH electrode (DT018) and is equipped with an automatic temperature compensation system.

                    Common usage

                    The pH Sensor is used for various experiments in Biology, Chemistry and Environmental Science. Common experiments include: measuring the pH of bodies of water over long periods of time, diffusion of liquids, acidification of milk, or acid-base titration, and more.

                     

                    Specifications

                    • Range: 0 to 14 pH
                    • Accuracy: ±2 % over entire range, after temperature compensation
                    • Resolution (12-bit): 0.004 pH
                    • Temperature Compensation: Yes
                    • Operating Temperature: 0 to 50 °C
                    • Response Time for 95% of Reading: 10 seconds
                    • Default Sample Rate: 10 samples per second

                    Feature: Equipped with an offset calibration screw

                    Sensor Storage: Store the pH electrode in its storage solution when not in use

                     

                  • Pressure  0 to 700 kPa

                    Pressure 0 to 700 kPa

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                    Pressure 0 to 700 kPa

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                      Description

                      The Pressure Sensor (0-700 kPa) is an absolute gas pressure sensor. It measures applied external pressure relative to zero pressure reference sealed inside the sensor. The Pressure sensor’s range is 0-700 kPa (0-6.9 atm or 0–7,000 mbar). 

                      Included with this sensor are a plastic tube with a Luer Lock Connector, suitable for experiments in small containers as syringes and valves.

                      Common usage

                      The Pressure Sensor is commonly used in Biology and Chemistry experiments, such as demonstrating Boyle’s Law, Gay- Lussac’s Law or measuring the rate of a chemical reaction.

                      Specifications

                      • Range: 0 - 700 kPa
                      • Accuracy: ±3 % over entire range
                      • Resolution (12-bit): 0.18 kPa
                      • Default Sample Rate: 10 samples per second
                      • Response Time (for 90% change in reading): 1 ms
                      • Operating Temperature: 0 to 85 °C

                      Features: Equipped with an offset calibration screw

                    • Pressure  150-1150 mbar

                      Pressure 150-1150 mbar

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                      Pressure 150-1150 mbar

                      DT015

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                        Description

                        The Pressure Sensor (150-1,150 mbar) is an absolute gas pressure sensor that measures applied external pressure relative to zero pressure reference sealed inside the sensor.  

                        Common usage

                        The Pressure Sensor can be used as an altimeter (measuring your current height) and as a barometer for various meteorological measurements.  Typical uses include investigating the evaporation of water from terrestrial plants – transpiration, measuring the photosynthesis rate in water plants, measuring the respiration rate of germinating seeds, investigating the effect of light on photosynthesis rate and as well as examining the Ideal Gas Law.

                        Specifications

                        • Range: 150 to 1,150 mbar
                        • Accuracy: ±1 % over entire range
                        • Resolution (12-bit): 0.25 mbar
                        • Default Sample Rate: 10 samples per second
                        • Response Time (for 90% change in reading): 1 ms
                        • Operating Temperature: 0 to 85 °C
                      • Temperature -40 to 140 °C

                        Temperature -40 to 140 °C

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                        Temperature -40 to 140 °C

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                          Description

                          Fourier’s stainless steel Temperature Sensor is both simple and durable.  It is covered with a protective isolating material, making it significantly stronger than a traditional glass thermometer.  The sensor connects directly to the data logger using a standard mini-din cable.

                          Common usage

                          With a range of -40 °C to 140 °C, it can be used for experiments in Chemistry, Physics, Biology, Earth Science, and Environmental Science.  It is particularly well suited for conduction water and other chemical solution temperature measurements.

                           

                          Specifications

                          •Range for NOVA5000:

                          • -40 to 140 °C
                          • -40 to 284 °F
                          • 233.15 to 413.15 K

                          Range for MultiLogPRO:

                          • -40 to 140 °C
                          • -40 to 284 °F
                          • Accuracy: ±2 % over entire range
                          • Resolution (12-bit): 0.03 °C
                          • Default Sample Rate: 10 samples per second
                          • Response Time (for 90% change in reading):
                          • 20 seconds in liquid
                          • 40 to 60 seconds in air
                          • Sensing Element: Located inside the sensor’s tip

                           

                        • Temperature TC-K 0 to 1,200 °C

                          Temperature TC-K 0 to 1,200 °C

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                          Temperature TC-K 0 to 1,200 °C

                          Temperature TC-K 0 to 1,200 °C

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                            Description

                            The Temperature TC-K sensor has a range of 0 to 1,200 °C and provides highly accurate measurements, with a maximum error of 2% over the entire range. 

                            Common usage

                            The Temperature TC-K sensor is used to measure high temperature experiments such as monitoring chemical processes that occur in high temperatures, measuring the different temperatures in a flame or simply monitoring ovens.

                            Specifications

                            Range for NOVA5000:

                            • 0 to 1,200 °C
                            • 32 to 2,192 °F
                            • 273.15 - 1473.15 K

                            Range for MultiLogPRO:

                            • 0 to 1200 °C
                            • 32 to 2,192 °F
                            • Accuracy: ±2 % over entire range
                            • Resolution (12-bit):
                            • 0.3 °C
                            • 0.55 °F
                            • Default Sample Rate: 10 samples per second

                            Feature: Equipped with an offset calibration screw

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                            Triple Range Voltage

                            DT019

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                            Triple Range Voltage

                            DT019

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                              Description

                              A high precision, quick response sensor, Fourier’s Voltage (triple range) Sensor is three sensors in one body.  It is designed to take measurements in the ranges of: ±1 V, ±10 V and ±25 V.  The sensor is equipped with a switch for selecting the desired voltage range, and comes with two durable banana plugs for easy connection; and floating inputs, to connect any number of voltage sensors to a circuit without shortening them.  This sensor is only compatible with Fourier’s NOVA Link data logger. 

                              Common usage

                              This is a precise differential sensor, capable of measuring both direct and alternate voltage current and is suitable for use in a wide range of experiments in Physics and Chemistry.  Typical experiments performed using this sensor include: EMF and internal resistance, V-I characteristics of a wire, a light bulb and a diode, Connections of batteries, Resistance of a wire – Ohm’s Law and many more.

                              Specifications

                              Range:

                              • ± 1 V
                              • ± 10 V
                              • ± 25 V

                              Input Voltage: AC or DC

                              Accuracy:

                              • For: ± 1 V        1%
                              • For: ± 10 V      1%
                              • For: ± 25 V      2%

                              Resolution (12-bit):

                              • For: ± 1 V 0.5 mV
                              • For: ± 10 V 5 mV
                              • For: ± 25 V 12.5 mV

                              Maximum Sample Rate: 10,000 samples per second

                              Input Resistance: 1MΩ

                              Maximum Input Voltage: 200 V