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- Electrostatics
Electrostatics Kit
AP9026
Demonstrate static electricity using a variety of easy-to-use materials. Kit contains three friction rods and pads (silk, flannel, and fur) for creating friction, three balloons, and 10 feet of string. Complete instructions for use are provided.
 
Investigating Static Electricity - Super Value Activity-Stations Kit
AP7632
Your students will get a charge out of these electrostatic lab activities! Four mini-lab stations are set up around the classroom, each a self-contained activity focusing on a specific topic. • Sticky Charges Students investigate positive and negativ...
 
Electrostatics - Multi-Demonstration Kit
AP7029
Teach the basic principles of electrostatics using this comprehensive, all-in-one kit that contains all the equipment needed for five demonstrations! • Charging a Flask Form Electroscope—Verify the existence and properties of static electric charge. ...
 
Electrophorus
AP6493
A safe and reliable charge transfer apparatus for your electrostatic experiments. Demonstrate laws of electrostatic induction, generate and store large electrostatic charges, and effectively transfer charges with this classic device. Simply rub the a...
 
Build a Flask Form Electroscope Demonstration Kit
AP6328
You'll be shocked by how well this simple, do-it-yourself electroscope works! Large, aluminum-covered foam ball stores static-electric charge better than most commercial electroscopes. A variety of simple electrostatic demonstrations can be performed...
 
Flask Form Electroscope
AP7150
Ready to use! Simply hang two pieces of foil from the hook and insert into the flask. This economical electroscope will function precisely for all your student electrostatic investigations, or as a teacher demonstration. Includes Teacher Notes, a rep...
 
Electroscope without Flask
AP4631
Insert this simple device into the top of a 250-mL Erlenmeyer flask and you instantly have a flask form electroscope. Start charging the ball terminal by contact or induction and watch the foil leaves respond. A perfect and inexpensive addition to yo...
 
Pith Ball Electroscope
AP5639
It's magic! Students love to see pith balls be repulsed and attracted during your electrostatic magic show. You will remove the magic, however, as your students develop an understanding of the electrostatic principles involved. The stand is made with...
 
Metal Electroscope
AP5640
This sturdy aluminum-cased electroscope will provide years of dependable “see-through” demonstrations. The aluminum case has front and rear glass windows for easy viewing. The square design keeps the foil leaves further from the side of t...
 
Electroscope, Quantitative
AP9228
Quantitatively measure electric charges with this easy-to-use electroscope. Study insulators, conductors, and the photoelectric effect. The electroscope works by inducing a charge onto the zinc charging plate; the armature is then deflected by an amo...
 
Faraday Cage
AP6480
Demonstrate why it is safe to stay in a car during a lightning storm. Place a discharged flask-form electroscope inside the metal cage. Bring an electrically charged rod near the cage and the electroscope's foil leaves don't move. Charge the cage by ...
 
Friction Rod, Hard Rubber
AP9169
Friction pads are used together with friction rods to produce static electricity in varying amounts and charges.
 
Friction Rod, Lucite
AP9201
Friction pads are used together with friction rods to produce static electricity in varying amounts and charges.
 
Friction Rod, Hollow Glass
AP9202
Friction pads are used together with friction rods to produce static electricity in varying amounts and charges.
 
Friction Rod, Solid Glass
AP9203
Friction pads are used together with friction rods to produce static electricity in varying amounts and charges.
 
Friction Pad, Animal Fur, Large
AP9204
Friction pads are used together with friction rods to produce static electricity in varying amounts and charges.
 
Friction Pad, Animal Fur, Small
AP9205
Friction pads are used together with friction rods to produce static electricity in varying amounts and charges.
 
Friction Pad, Wool
AP9206
Friction pads are used together with friction rods to produce static electricity in varying amounts and charges.
 
Friction Pad, Flannel
AP9207
Friction pads are used together with friction rods to produce static electricity in varying amounts and charges.
 
Friction Pad, Silk
AP9208
Friction pads are used together with friction rods to produce static electricity in varying amounts and charges.
 
Pith Balls without Threads, Pkg. of 12
AP4624
Better pith balls? Yes! Because our pith balls are made from durable polystyrene, they give a better electrostatic performance even in humid conditions.  Available with or without threads.
 
Pith Balls with Threads, Pkg. of 6
AP4625
Better pith balls? Yes! Because our pith balls are made from durable polystyrene, they give a better electrostatic performance even in humid conditions.  Available with or without threads.
 
Coulomb's Law Apparatus
AP9227
Coulomb's law states that the force of attraction or repulsion between two charged bodies is proportional to the magnitude of the charges and inversely proportional to the square of the distance between them. This device will allow students to not on...
 
Electric Field Mapping
AP7282
The concept of electric fields may seem abstract to many students. This demonstration is the perfect way to take this concept from a diagram and equations in a textbook to reality. Using a conductive pen, simply draw any type of charge configuration ...
 
Wimshurst Static Machine
AP4738
Produce high voltage during your electrostatic demonstrations. The rapidly spinning plates on the Wimshurst machine add a level of motion and excitement to the electrostatic charges being produced. The electrostatic charges are collected and discharg...
 
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