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Analysis of Drugs & Poisons 10-502

Target Grades: 9-14

Students are introduced to qualitative analysis in the intriguing context of criminal investigation.  Chemical analytical techniques are used to identify over-the-counter drugs, test for controlled substances using simulated drugs, simulate presumptive drug testing, and detect evidence of heavy metal poisoning through the analysis of amino acids in urine.  Includes materials for six groups (24 students) and an instructor’s manual with reproducible student instructions, data sheets, and complete answer keys. Meets national standards for grade level 9-12.  Required but not included: UV light, microscope, oven, lamp, or hot plate, scale, glassware and lab supplies.

Kit Contains:
Instructor’s Manual w/ Reproducible Student Data Sheet
MSDS
Simulated Urine Alanine
Simulated Urine Glycine
Simulated Urine Unknown
Crime Scene Unknown
Unknown “A”
Unknown “B”
Unknown Powder “X”
Unknown Powder “Y”
Aspirin
Tylenol
Alka-Seltzer
Butanol
Simulated LSD
Simulated Marijuana
Acetic Acid
Acidified Ferric Nitrate Solution
Acetone
Sodium Bicarbonate
Hydrochloric Acid
Ninhydrin (powder)
Empty Plastic Bottles W/Dropper Caps
Universal Indicator and pH Color Chart
Chromatography Paper
Capillary Tubes
Depression Plates
Pipets
Q-tips
Toothpicks
Scott Reagent
Unknown Drug Sample
Quinine Monohydrochloride
Glass Sample Vials
Pasteur Pipets

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