Data for: Reinterpreting Popular Demonstrations for Use in a Laboratory Safety Session That Engages Students in Observation, Prediction, Record Keeping, and Problem Solving
This is supplementary information for a paper published in a special issue of the Journal of Chemical Education. (J. Chem. Educ. 2021, 98, 1, 191–197 doi: 10.1021/acs.jchemed.9b00474) - Videos and photos of eleven demonstration activities for an introductory undergraduate chemistry safety session are in folders A to K. The first two activities (A and B) are a safety video and a lab tour. All other activities are drawn from popular demonstrations and presented in the context of chemical safety. These include bursting a balloon by toluene, creating dry ice fog in a fume hood, a reaction forming a carbon snake, a glycerol and potassium permanganate reaction, creating a fireproof banknote, putting out a candle by a copper coil, putting out a candle by a test tube, demonstrating a can crushed by air pressure, and making a soda geyser. - A safety poster (Lab_poster_(C._Areekul).jpg) for undergraduate teaching chemical laboratory showing C. Areekul was made by Mahidol University International College. - High-resolution raw videos (Hi-resolution video source.zip) are in a single zip file for future reuse and editing. An unlisted youtube playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLNbV5znV1KFuIq4FHeB5rHrf-c48_9U_Z is available for your convenience.
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