- Classic AP Chemistry Experiment
- Instructions Included
The term oxidation can mean the chemical combination of a substance with oxygen and reduction can be the removal of oxygen from a compound. When oxygen reacts with any other element (except fluorine) it acquires electrons from that element.xa0The element that donated the electrons is said to be reduced.xa0Three experiments will be run where a compound, which is colorless in solution when reduced, is converted to a deeply colored solution when oxidized.xa0The complete balanced reactions for each step should be written showing the transfer of electrons during oxidation and reduction.
Ordering information: Includes Ferrous Ammonium Sulfate, Sulfuric Acid, Potassium Thiocyanate Solution, Potassium Permanganate, Hydrogen Peroxide, Stannous Chloride Solution, Methylene Blue, Potassium Hydroxide Solution, and Dextrose.