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AP6868 - $19.20
Mind-boggling! Display the colors of the rainbow by rotating a black-and-white disk! Spin the disk in the opposite direction and the color order reverses. How is this possible? It is the result of the brain's perception of flashing white light. A fun...
AP6172 - $43.75
Shed light on the concept of color perception with this overhead projector demonstration. Why are some objects blue and others red? Does a color filter actually change white light into colored light? What color is seen when blue and yellow light are...
AP6162 - $11.10
What is color? Why do we see different colors? Demonstrate and explain to students why objects look the color they do using these three highly visible color wheels and a centrifuge device! A two-colored wheel is placed on the centrifuge device and...
AP6712 - $33.40
How does a rainbow of colors turn white? Clearly demonstrate that white light is composed of all the colors of the rainbow. This 23-cm diameter sturdy plastic color wheel comes with a plastic handle that attaches to the center of the wheel. Start the...
AP6843 - $15.30
Challenge your students' sense of sight by saturating their cone cells! After focusing on an “oddly-colored” image for one minute; students will be amazed at what they “see” when they look down at a sheet of white paper. The colors magically change...
AP7148 - $29.95
An easy-to-follow chart that simplifies the electromagnetic spectrum! Displays the wavelengths of familiar electromagnetic waves such as FM radio, cellular phones and X-rays, and colorfully shows the relatively small bandwidth of visible light. Frequency...
AP7230 - $15.00
Our most popular scientific charts are now available in notebook size! 8½" x 11", color, notebook size, pad of 30. An easy-to-follow chart that simplifies the electromagnetic spectrum! Displays the wavelengths of familiar electromagnetic...
AP7398 - $26.75
Help students clearly see the difference between primary colors of light and primary colors of pigment. Show color mixing by addition using blue, red, and green filters. The three primary colors of light are projected onto a screen then refracted to...
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