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NeoSCI Flame Test of Chemicals Lab Investigation

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NeoSCI Flame Test of Chemicals Lab Investigation Kit allows students to notice and record the different colors emitted by the presence of metallic elements and compare the results to the known standards. Enough materials are provided for 40 students working in 10 groups of 4.
  • Observe and record the colors emitted by metallic elements upon heating
  • Relate the results to known standards to identify unknown samples
  • Learn about the electronic structure of the atom
  • Explore the relationship between color and energy in the electromagnetic spectrum