Here is a Chemistry in Microscale lab book. It is the first I used; it may be used in High School and also good for many college level activities
Chemistry in microscale, David Ehrenkranz & John J. Mauch . I see these can be purchased, for one, through Sargent-Welch.
Even better, many online or distance courses use LabPaq. I have helped college students and also bought these to use for small classes. All the work is done in small-scale, even providing reagents – such as, liquids in micro-pipets, etc. and the work is done in well-plates. AND Lab instructions and reporting forms are provided. The possibility of a student doing these out of a box at home is impressive.
They have a variety of sets for General Chemistry and other courses, as well as many custom packages to meet needs of Chemistry instructors across the nation.
Hope this is useful information,
Can anyone recommend a microscale experiment chemistry text for use in first/second year inorganic labs?
-Stefan Wawzyniecki, CIH, CHM
University of Connecticut
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