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Lighter f.natural/liquified gases

Lighter f.natural/liquified gases

Item no.: 38874-00

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  • Related Experiments

Function and Applications

Lighter for natural / liquified gases.

Equipment and technical data

  • Length: 155 mm
  • Supplied with flint
Experiment Item no.
Air - a mixture of the gases oxygen and nitrogen P1133400
Rapid combustion- explosions P1133700
The law of conservation of mass in chemical reactions P1134300
The law of definite proportions in chemical reactions P1134400
Metastable chemical systems and energy of activation P1136400
Properties of lithium, sodium and potassium P1137300
Reaction of magnesium and calcium with water - hydroxideformation P1138000
Properties of sulphur P1139600
Binding of nitrogen by base metals P1140500
Ammonia preparation from the elements (Haber-Bosch process) P1140700
Graphite and diamond P1142200
Properties of aluminium P1143400
Hydrogen in the redox series: normal hydrogen electrode P1148400
Temperature behaviour of organic compounds P1149800
Model experiment on the desulphurisation of flue gas P1310000
Molten-salt electrolysis P1310500
Determination of the heat of formation for CO2 and CO (Hess' law) P3021601
Hess's law with Cobra4 P3021661
Determination of the heating value of fuel oil and of the calorific value of olive oil P3021701
Reduction - reducing agents - redox process P3100300
Toluene: Bromination in the nucleus P3101300
Ammonia preparation from the elements (Haber-Bosch process) P3110200
Combustion of ammonia to produce nitrogen dioxide - Ostwald process P3110300
Sulphur trioxide - the sulphuric acid contact process P3110400
Preparation of iron from oxidic ores (blast furnace process) P3110500
Redox reactions between metals and metal oxides (thermite process) P3110600
Cracking of hydrocarbons P3110800
Avogadro's law P3111000
Briggs-Rauscher reaction with Cobra4 - classical clock reaction P3121660
Properties of plastics (4): Deformability on warning P7180700

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