LabInApp 10th Science Lab

LabInApp provides simulations for class 9th to 12th Science CBSE.

LabInApp 10th Science Lab

Course Description

LabInApp is a 3D, interactive Virtual Laboratory tool for a grade 10 Science CBSE student which focuses on a heuristic approach of understanding science. This enables students to perform science experiments on computers or mobile devices and eliminates the physical barriers of an actual laboratory.   The features and benefits of the LabInApp 3D Simulations are as follows: 3-D: It gives the ability to see around objects in 360 degrees, bringing them closer to reality. 3D makes the learning experience more inspiring, enjoyable and hence, memorable. Interactive: As a one-on-one tool, it gives the chance to interact with concepts. Here you can directly change the parameters and see the effects. Thus it makes understanding of concepts deeper. Visualization: LabInApp provides the ability to see all invisib... Read More »

LabInApp is a 3D, interactive Virtual Laboratory tool for a grade 10 Science CBSE student which focuses on a heuristic approach of understanding science.

This enables students to perform science experiments on computers or mobile devices and eliminates the physical barriers of an actual laboratory.

 

The features and benefits of the LabInApp 3D Simulations are as follows:

3-D:

It gives the ability to see around objects in 360 degrees, bringing them closer to reality. 3D makes the learning experience more inspiring, enjoyable and hence, memorable.

Interactive:

As a one-on-one tool, it gives the chance to interact with concepts. Here you can directly change the parameters and see the effects. Thus it makes understanding of concepts deeper.

Visualization:

LabInApp provides the ability to see all invisible factors influencing experiments, enhancing the user’s understanding and retention.

Real-Time:

The real-time feature helps you to test concepts on the fly by varying the parameters involved. This gives the sense of exploration, as doubts are cleared instantaneously.

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Course Outline

To show that light is essential for photosynthesis.
To show that carbon dioxide is essential for photosynthesis.
To study the liberation of carbon dioxide gas during aerobic respiration.
To study the liberation of carbon dioxide gas during fermentation.
To determine the mass percentage of water imbibed by raisins.
To study the parts of a flower and their role in sexual reproduction.
To verify the laws of reflection of light using a plane mirror.
To determine the focal length of a concave mirror by obtaining image of a distant object.
To study the formation of an image of a lighted candle by a concave mirror, when placed slightly beyond the centre of curvature.
To study the formation of an image of a lighted candle by a concave mirror, when placed between the centre of curvature and the principal focus.
To study the formation of an image of a lighted candle by a concave mirror, when placed at the centre of curvature.
To trace the path of a ray of light passing obliquely through a rectangular glass slab for different angles of incidence and to measure the angle of incidence, angle of refraction, the angle of emergence, and interpret the results.
To trace the path of a ray of light passing obluiquely through a rectangular glass slab and to determine the refreactive index of the glass.
To determine the focal length of a thin convex lens by obtaining image of a distant object.
To study the formation of an image of a lighted candle by a convex lens when placed at a distance slightly more than the twice of the focal length (f) from the optical centre of the lens.
To study the formation of an image of a lighted candle by a convex lens when placed at a distance of 2f convex from the optical centre of the convex lens.
To study the formation of an image of a lighted candle by a convex lens when placed at a distance less than 2f but more than f from the optical centre of the convex lens.
To study the dependence of the potential difference across a resistor on the current through it and to determine its resistance and to verify the Ohm’s law.
To study the factors that affects the resistance of a resistor.
To determine the equivalent resistance of two resistors connected in series combination.
To determine the equivalent resistance of two resistors connected in parallel combination.
To draw the magnetic field lines of a bar magnet.
To draw the magnetic field lines of a current-carrying straight wire.
To study the magnetic field of an electromagnet.
To study the force on a current-carrying straight conductor in a magnetic field and to verify that the motion of conductor is according to Fleming’s lefthand rule.
To study the phenomenon of electromagnetic induction.
To study vegetative propagation in potato, Bryophyllum and an aquatic plant.
To study the chemical reaction of an iron nail with aqueous copper sulphate solution.
To study reaction between zinc and sulphuric acid.
Thermal decomposition of ammonium chloride in an open container.
To find the pH of the given samples of solutions of solids or fruit juices using pH paper.
To study the reactions of hydrochloric acid with Sodium Carbonate.
To study the reactions of sodium hydroxide with aluminum metal.

Technical Requirements

  • Android Devices with minimum requirements
  • Requires free space of at least 512MB internal memory

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