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Four large springs ideal for Hooke’s Law or Conservation of Energy demonstrations.
An excellent tool for demonstrating transverse and longitudinal wave phenomena. It is twice as long as a traditional slinky.
Invert this half rubber ball and drop it. It will bounce up higher than the release point. Discuss conservation of energy with your students.
These springs appear to be the same except for their colors. But, when equal masses are hung on them, each stretches a different amount.
This rugged set features a heavy base to allow the stretching of springs without toppling the unit. Investigate the relationship between force and the stretching effect it has on a spring.
Includes three springs with the same diameter and length, but different spring constants.
Demonstrate and visualize nodes and antinodes of longitudinal waves.
Designed to work with Rotary Motion Sensors to perform rotational inertial, conservation of angular momentum, and pendulum experiments.
Hang springs of different spring constants in series or parallel.
Combine this set of six short springs with the Equal Length Spring Set (ME-8970) to observe spring behavior in series and in parallel.
Pull the end loops more than 7 meters apart to demonstrate transverse, longitudinal, and standing waves.
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