Reflection, apparent depth, acids, and bases

For laboratory ten the class viewed gas discharge tube spectral line emissions. The class also used CD-ROM spectroscopes. This summer I did not have the class build their own CD spectroscopes. This laboratory could use redevelopment when deployed in the summer.

Gasma Hadley and Arnald Moody work on measurements of apparent depth.

Isinta Rapap measures the apparent depth of a coin in laboratory eleven.

Melyda George tracks the apparent location of the kangaroo toy object while Beverleen Etse holds the mirror.

May-vy Viti steadies the ruler while Isinta reads the measurement.

Gasma makes a measurement of apparent depth.

Laurie Mikel prepares to measure the apparent depth of a coin being sighted by Tommy Abraham.

Jacky Sinem indicates where she sees the kangaroo image in the mirror.

Board diagrams from the laboratory.

Electricity was covered in a laboratory that was slightly shortened to accommodate an all-college meeting.

Chemistry in the summer is but a single day.

Melyda determines whether a substance is an acid, base, or neutral.

May-vy tries to sort out whether the color change is consistent with an acid or a base.

Patty-Ann Hallens shows tubes that have tested positive for either an acid or a base.

 Beverleen compares colors.
 Gasma tests unknowns.
 Arnald testing unknowns.
 Isinta looks for color differences.

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