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Pull back the flexible membrane, release and the invisible wave front of air can hit a target 20 feet away! A great demonstration of the energy that can be stored in waves.
Easily demonstrate the effect of a pressure differential.
Includes twelve sets of materials to study the concept of density. Each material set includes four pieces of various sizes.
The Density Set allows you to investigate irregular objects by water displacement and specific heat.
A set of 22 separate pieces allow students to discover the relationship between density, volume, and dimensions.
These two plates are a modern and versatile rendition of a classic vacuum demonstration.
Provides direct volume measurements for materials that displace the liquid for buoyancy experiments.
The PhiTOP is an egg-shaped top (a prolate ellipsoid) that can be spun by hand to stand up on end. This is a fascinating demonstration used by Nikoli Tesla in 1893.
Provides a vacuum chamber for students to perform many experiments such as watching a balloon expand or warm water boil as air is pumped from the chamber.
Demonstrate the Venturi effect with water or air.
Ideal for pipe network experiments.
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