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Mole Element Sample Set

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Each sample contains 6.02 x 1023 atoms of the metal!

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Each sample of aluminum, copper, iron, and zinc contains 6.02 x 1023 atoms of the metal. Great for chemistry students learning the mole concept and for determining densities and specific heats!

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6 reviews
great set
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My grandson who loves the Periodic Table was "over the moon" when he received this kit. Went directly to the kitchen to weigh each sample on the kitchen scale.
Jane Scocca

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Great product
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I used this for a density lab and am planning on using it for my specific heat lab. This works great for multiple lab topics. I would recommend it especially if your lab budget is tight.
Bruce

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Performance Assessment
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This set is great to use as a performance assessment. After learning about molar mass, I gave students one of the molar samples and asked them to tell which element they were given and give me the data to back up their answers. I was pleased this assessment. Students had to demonstrate a strong understanding of the concept of molar mass. Plus it was an active assessment rather than a passive paper and pen assessment.
Alicia

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They got it!
Review star icon Review star icon Review star icon Review star icon Review star icon Nov 22, 2013
As introduction to molar mass I placed each sample on the balance on wrote the mass on the board. I then asked my students, "What do you notice about what I wrote on the board for each sample and the periodic table?" They quickly responded, "It's that number on the bottom of each box!" YES! 1 mole of any element weighs the mass that's written on the periodic table in grams!
Melissa Yard
Owner Response: That Ah Ha moment in class is just the best! So glad they got it, Melissa!

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From Theory to Reality
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I love these elemental moles as they take the concept off the page and give the student something to touch and hold. I like the similarity of shape that would have been hard to achieve at the local building supply company.
Mitzi

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Perfect for Chemistry Class!
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These mole samples were perfect to pass around in my Chem class after I introduced the mole. It helped the students see that a mole is a number - not density, volume etc. I love there are lesson plans ideas included. There are so many ways you can use these in the classroom. My class used the periodic table to determine the mass in grams of each metal and then checked it with the digital scale. Great visual and hands on demo for explaining 6.02 x10 to the 23rd!
Donna Brown

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