The Smart Wireless Drop Bubble Counter can be used to investigate a number of scientific experiments such as:

  • Acid-base titrations – used as a Drop Counter with the Smart Q pH sensor to record a pH vs. volume graph e.g. sodium hydroxide with hydrochloric or ethanoic acid, ammonia with hydrochloric or ethanoic acid, sodium carbonate with hydrochloric acid, etc.
  • Conductometric titrations - used as a Drop Counter with the Smart Q Conductivity sensor to record conductivity vs. volume graph e.g. the equivalence point of barium hydroxide and sulphuric acid, sodium hydroxide with hydrochloric acid, ethanoic acid with sodium hydroxide, potassium chloride with silver nitrate, etc. 
  • Gas evolution investigations - used as a Bubble Counter in e.g. rate of reaction of marble chips and hydrochloric acid, catalytic decomposition of hydrogen peroxide, yeast fermentation of sucrose, etc.

Online Videos

Learn how to use data logging in the classroom with our Secondary Science Academy demonstration videos, which will walk you through using the new EasySense2 app and show you how to get hands-on with the latest Bluetooth wireless sensors. The video experiments will show you how to get the best out of your science lessons.

New online content is being continuously uploaded onto our YouTube channel, including practical worksheets as well as videos.

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Explore Bluetooth Sensors

Are you looking to make the jump to our smart wireless sensors? Or have you recently purchased them and want to know more about how they work?

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Explore EasySense2

The core of our science platform is our EasySense2 software. In these videos you will learn everything from the basics of our software to the most in-depth features.

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Explore Science Practicals

See our Smart Wireless Sensors in action with a range of practical experiments. This is the best way to get started with the new Bluetooth sensors!

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