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Ward's AP Chemistry Investigations

Transition Your AP* Chemistry Curriculum with Confidence

Introducing Ward's AP Chemistry Investigations, Now Exclusively Available from Ward's Science

Get a head start on transitioning your AP Chemistry curriculum for the 2013-2014 school year with all-new Ward's AP Chemistry Investigations. With updated activities exclusively aligned to the new Seven Science Practices outlined by the College Board, easy-to-use materials, and expert one-on-one support, we've made it easy for you to transition your entire AP Chemistry curriculum.


Making Sense of the New Standards: Ward's Guide to Transitioning from the Old to New AP Curriculum

See How Ward's Investigations Align to the Six Big Ideas and Seven Science Practices

  • The ONLY AP Chemistry kits aligned with the Seven Science Practices
  • Pre-measured, pre-organized material to save you time
  • Coupled with the latest SDS documentation and chemicals that meet new GHS labeling requirement

Browse Ward's AP Chemistry Investigations Now:

Investigation 1: Spectroscopy: What is the Concentration of that Solution?

Investigation 2: Spectrophotometry: What is the Mass Percent of Copper in Brass?

Investigation 3: Gravimetric Analysis: How Hard is the Water?

Investigation 4: Titrations: How Acidic are the Beverages we Drink?

Investigation 5: Thin Layer Chromatography: How Can we Separate a Mixture?

Investigation 6: Bonding: How are Solids Held Together?

Investigation 7: Stoichiometry: What is the Greenest Way to Separate a Mixture?

Investigation 8: Redox Titrations: How Much H202 is Actually in the Bottle?

Investigation 9: Liquid-Liquid Extraction: What's in that Powder?

Investigation 10: Kinetics: How Long will that Statue Last?

Investigation 11: Kinetics: What is the Rate Law?

Investigation 12: Calorimetry: How Does a Hand Warmer Work?

Investigation 13: Equilibrium: Can we Make the Colors of the Rainbow?

Investigation 14: Acid-Base Titration: How does Chemical Structure Affect pH?

Investigation 15: Buffering: Will that Product Act as a Buffer?

Investigation 16: Buffering: How do the Components Change the Buffering Ability?


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ScholAR Chemistry is now Ward's Chemistry, Exclusively from Ward's Science

Looking for ScholAR Chemistry products? You're in the right place. Ward''s Science is now the exclusive site for all your favorite chemicals, activities, and resources, formerly by ScholAR Chemistry.

While is no longer active, and the ScholAR product names have changed, you can still order all your favorite chemistry items from Ward's Science with the same item numbers, plus access helpful chemistry documents and resources.

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