LabInApp 9th Science Lab

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

LabInApp 9th Science Lab

Course Description

LabInApp is a 3D, interactive Virtual Laboratory tool for a grade 9 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 invisibl... Read More »

LabInApp is a 3D, interactive Virtual Laboratory tool for a grade 9 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 study the different parts of a simple (dissecting) microscope.
To study the different parts of a compound microscope.
To determine the density of a liquid (other than water) by using a spring balance and a measuring cylinder.
To determine the density of a non-porous solid (insoluble and denser than water) by using a spring balance and a measuring cylinder.
To show that gases are readily compressible and liquids are not.
To study the changes in state of sublimate solids on heating.
To study the process of evaporation.
To determine the boiling point of water and melting point of ice.
To prepare a solution of common salt of 10% composition by mass.
To study the process of separation of a mixture of two immiscible liquids.
To separate a mixture of two miscible liquids by simple distillation.
To prepare a stained, temporary mount of onion peel and to study the cells.
To study the phenomenon of osmosis.
To study parenchyma and sclerenchyma tissues in plants by preparing temporary slides.
To identify and study striated muscle fibre and nerve fibre in animals.
To study the characteristics of Spirogyra, Agaricus, moss, fern, Pinus and an angiosperm plant.
To study the features and draw diagrams of earthworm, cockroach, bony fish and bird.
To compare the external features of monocot and dicot plants.
To plot distance–time (s – t) and graph for an object moving with a uniform speed from a given set of s and t data and to determine the speed of the object.
To plot the speed–time (v – t) graph for an object moving with uniform accelerations from a given set of v–t data and to determine the acceleration of the moving object and the distance moved by the object.
To study the third law of motion using two spring balances.
To study the variation in limiting friction with mass and the nature of surfaces in contact.
To verify Archimedes’ principle.
To establish the relation between the loss in weight of a solid when fully immersed in (i) tap water; (ii) strongly salty water, with the weight of water displaced by it by taking at least two different solids.
To plot temperature–time graph for a hot object as it cools.
To study the effect of amplitude on the time period of a simple pendulum.
To study the variation in time period of a simple pendulum with its length.
To study the effect of mass on the time period of a simple pendulum.
To verify the law of conservation of mass in a chemical reaction.
To study the reflection of sound.
To separate the components of a mixture of sand, common salt and ammonium chloride.

Technical Requirements

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

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