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# Physical Science & Physics

## Products

- Energy & Work
Kinetic Energy Ball Drop Demonstration
AP7187
Will a ball traveling twice as fast as another ball of the same mass really have four times the kinetic energy? Demonstrate the relationship between speed and kinetic energy by dropping a ball from two different heights onto a bed of soft clay. For t...

Forces, Energy and Motion Model Set
AP7918
Build six different models to explore the relationship between energy, force and motion. Learn about potential and kinetic energy, gravity, and speed with a gravity fan. A dragster demonstrates how energy can be stored in a cord until it is converted...

Drive Systems
AP8193
What is the difference between a rubber-band drive and a friction drive? How does a balloon drive or bending rod drive work? Give students a glimpse of how different drives work. Durable vehicle features functional steering and suspension. Buil...

Cars and Drives
AP7852
What is the difference between a rubber-band drive and a friction drive? How does a balloon drive or bending rod drive work? Give students a glimpse of how different drives work. Durable vehicle features functional steering and suspension. Build 8 di...

Bowling Ball Pendulum
AP6839
Demonstrate the conservation of energy with a real classic! Hold a heavy bowling ball pendulum against the tip of your nose. Release the bowling ball without moving your head and allow it to swing through its pendulum arc. The students' shock and fea...

Wrecking Ball
AP7799
Smash through barriers in student understanding of energy and motion! Build a structure using the included wooden planks, turn the crank to wind the hoist rope and then watch the destruction. A great lesson on pendulums, collisions, and how energy is...

Flinn PSworks Conservation of Energy Tracks
AP7069
Learn more about kinetic energy using these curving conservation of energy tracks! Will the track with the steep incline produce a ball with more kinetic energy than the straight track? Line up the catching curve at the bottom of one of the tracks, r...

PSworks Roller Coaster Track
AP7002
Wow-look at that marble roll! This fun, hands-on equipment allows students to perform experiments on a roller coaster without leaving the classroom. Students will gain a clear understanding of the conservation of energy, potential energy, kinetic ene...

Roller Coasters—Flinn STEM Design Challenge™
AP8055
Roller coasters are a classic amusement park ride. They also provide the opportunity to learn about conservation of energy, acceleration, friction, and engineering design in a fun and exciting way!In the introductory activity, students determine how ...

Dynamics
AP7851
More action and faster speeds! Race around 90° turns and cross-overs, down chutes and around tight curves. Motor-driven conveyor wheel and stage conveyor transport balls back up to the top. Then the balls are released for a twisty path through loops,...

Physics II
AP8192
More action and faster speeds! Race around 90° turns and cross-overs, down chutes and around tight curves. Motor-driven conveyor wheel and stage conveyor transport balls back up to the top. Then the balls are released for a twisty path through ...

Magnetic Linear Accelerator
AP6838
Amazing! A slow-moving ball bearing collides with a magnet-ball bearing system, knocking away the last ball in the series, obeying the conservation of momentum. One problem-the knocked-away ball appears to shoot at nearly three times the original spe...

Loop-de-Loop Track
AP7109
Effectively demonstrate the conservation of energy as potential energy is converted into kinetic energy. How high must the ball begin on the track in order to make it all the way around the loop? An excellent demonstration to begin a discussion about...

Hooke's Law - Super Value Laboratory Kit
AP7162
How do the stretch properties of a rubber band compare to these of a spring? With this hands-on lab, students experiment with these two different elastic materials to determine the relationship between the stretch distance and the force exerted by an...

The Bungee-Jumping Egg Kit
AP6381
What a rush! Students simulate a bungee jump using an egg and an elastic band. How close to the ground can your students get the egg before it springs back up, and without cracking it? Students calculate the necessary length of the unstretched bungee...

Hooke's Law Apparatus
AP9210
Measure and prove that the stretch of a spring is proportional to its load. You can also determine harmonic motion by counting oscillations. Apparatus consists of a rotatable millimeter scale, support rod, metal base, spring, weight holder with plan ...

Helical Spring Set
AP5699
Here is the heavy-duty steel helical spring and weight set you need for large-scale classroom demonstrations. Use a meter stick and clothespins as markers to measure the spring extensions in your experiments. The spring is over 20 cm long. Comes with...

AP6419
Effectively demonstrate spring properties and simple harmonic motion. This multi-purpose spring set is a must-have when teaching students about springs. Combine the high-quality springs in series or parallel and then hang a mass from the uniquely des...

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