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AP7069 - \$113.75
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,...
AP4534 - \$23.70
Low-cost general purpose cart for motion and force experiments. Cart is constructed of a durable I-beam plastic body with steel ball-bearing wheels. Assembly and use instructions provided. Works great with the Economy Choice Inclined Plane AP4535.
AP5625 - \$22.65
Crash one ball in a group of four balls and only one ball shoots out. Smash it faster into the group of balls and still only one ball shoots out. Why don't two or three? Students learn the fundamentals of the laws of conservation of energy and momentum...
AP6473 - \$123.50
Three demonstrations in one! Study 2-dimensional collisions between two moving balls and conservation of linear momentum with these unique cycloidal ramps. Our collider will enhance your students’ understanding of elastic collisions, momentum, projectile...
AP6869 - \$140.05
Crash one ball in a group of four balls and only one ball shoots out. Smash it faster into the group of balls and still only one ball shoots out. Why don't two or three? Students learn the fundamentals of the laws of conservation of energy and momentum...
AP6915 - \$54.50
Blast off to new heights! Place a marble on top of a basketball, drop them together, and the marble will shoot up to the ceiling-a real eye-opener! In this unique hands-on laboratory activity, students perform this double-ball drop and experiment with...
AP5627 - \$33.55
This simple vehicle provides the constant speed with zero acceleration you need to illustrate numerous physical science phenomena. Your friction, vector, energy and power units all require this device. It is extremely rugged and will withstand the...
AP5632 - \$29.00
A scaled-down system perfect for teaching all the basics, but easy on the budget. Excellent for teaching velocity, acceleration, Newton's first and second laws, friction, and the conservation of momentum and energy. The tough plastic carts have attachable...
AP5633 - \$97.60
Capable of carrying big payloads (bricks!) these dynamic carts will be just as their name implies-dynamic! When collision variables are magnified to the size of bricks, they make an impression on students! Each car is supplied with one lightweight...
AP6481 - \$78.50
How does a propeller move an airplane? With this cart, students study the force generated by a motorized fan to learn about thrust, drag, air pressure, and Bernoulli's principle. Attach the sail and students will learn about Newton's law of action-reaction....
AP9165 - \$24.60
Study the conservation of momentum and the conservation of energy in collisions. Demonstrate the differences between elastic and inelastic collisions. The Collision in Two Dimensions apparatus works by holding a steel ball at the top of a curved aluminum...
AP9278 - \$93.00
Perform experiments that illustrate elastic and inelastic collisions, conservation of momentum, and Newton's laws of motion. This set of two carts is constructed with solid stained wood bodies, plastic tops, and sturdy end plates. Low friction, ball-bearing...
AP6282 - \$35.30
What determines the period of a pendulum's swing? Is it the weight of the plumb bob, the length of the pendulum, or the height at which it is set in motion? Flinn's quick and easy setup allows students to run a variety of experiments to discover the...
AP6839 - \$34.80
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 fear...
AP7110 - \$54.80
Finally, an affordable ballistic pendulum that works great too! Effectively demonstrate the conservation of momentum, calculate the initial velocity of a projectile, or determine the potential energy of a spring. Shoot the ball into a pendulum ball...
AP6838 - \$47.90
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 speed!...
AP6913 - \$31.70
This classic demonstrator is perfect for illustrating Newton's laws of motion and the conservation of momentum. The large swinging balls can be manually aligned to produce nearly perfect elastic collisions. High-quality wooden construction will last...
AP4737 - \$37.95
An ingenious and entertaining way to demonstrate Newton's second law of motion. Have students predict which ball will hit the floor first. Then have them close their eyes and listen. Much to their surprise both balls hit the floor at precisely the...
AP6439 - \$69.55
A classic! A vivid demonstration of Newton's second law of motion that students will never forget. Aim a stun dart directly at a monkey sitting in a tree. The monkey jumps from the tree branch just as the dart is released. Will the dart hit the falling...
AP6482 - \$41.45
How does a sailboat travel upwind? Students use wind power to study Newton's law of action–reaction and learn that forces are vectors—with both magnitude and direction. By changing the angle of the sail and the direction of the wind, students will...
AP6933 - \$60.30
Ever wonder how a sailboat travels into the wind? Investigate the science behind this remarkable feat by building and experimenting with a basic sail car. This fun, hands-on activity provides a real-world application of Newton's third law—also called...
AP6934 - \$9.65
Ever wonder how a sailboat travels into the wind? Investigate the science behind this remarkable feat by building and experimenting with a basic sail car. This fun, hands-on activity provides a real-world application of Newton's third law—also called...
AP6032 - \$36.70
The “Speed of Bubble” Tube Set consists of three rugged, sealed, transparent plastic tubes containing colored fluids of three different viscosities. The bubble in each tube rises at a constant speed which depends on the type of fluid, the angle at...
AP6907 - \$16.10
In the Middle Ages, the trebuchet was used to hurl stones hundreds of feet farther than any catapult. Now, in the 21st Century, students can quickly build a desktop-size model and discover for themselves why this device was so effective. With this...
AP9231 - \$57.25
Accurately study the path of a projectile. A steel ball is launched from a ramp and collides with a target plate equipped with marking paper to record the point of contact. The target plate is moveable to different positions to plot the trajectory...
AP6381 - \$38.20
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...
AP6306 - \$73.75
Let your students discover the principles of the three basic classes of levers with the hands-on materials provided in this kit. Careful analysis of various lever arrangements will produce quantifiable data for determining the mechanical advantage...
AP6857 - \$56.45
Three fun water pressure demonstrations in one complete kit! With a simple hot water bottle, elevate your students' understanding of hydraulics, Pascal's law, Bernoulli's principle and the conservation of energy. An excellent value! Demonstrate why...
AP6401 - \$8.20
High quality, smooth-running pulleys. Each plastic pulley is housed in an aluminum casing with hooks at the top and bottom. Tandem pulleys have multiple axles.
AP6494 - \$62.45
Finally, a hydraulics kit designed so that quantitative measurements can be collected allowing your students to discover hydraulic principles for themselves. Students will measure the diameters of hydraulic pistons, calculate their areas, and then...
AP6623 - \$48.00
Lift up your students' understanding of Pascal's law, hydraulics and mechanical advantage! First, challenge students to a Pascal-syringe “thumb war” using connected syringes filled with water. Then, after your victory, students will experiment with...
AP6890 - \$26.15
Demonstrate the importance of pulleys by turning your students into giant human pulleys! Students hold onto pulley rods and investigate the setup and properties of different pulley systems. Students will actually feel the effects of abstract concepts...
AP9053 - \$3.90
High quality, smooth-running pulleys. Each plastic pulley is housed in an aluminum casing with hooks at the top and bottom. Tandem pulleys have multiple axles.
AP9054 - \$4.80
High quality, smooth-running pulleys. Each plastic pulley is housed in an aluminum casing with hooks at the top and bottom. Tandem pulleys have multiple axles.
AP9055 - \$6.25
High quality, smooth-running pulleys. Each plastic pulley is housed in an aluminum casing with hooks at the top and bottom. Tandem pulleys have multiple axles.
AP9167 - \$7.25
High quality, smooth-running pulleys. Each plastic pulley is housed in an aluminum casing with hooks at the top and bottom. Tandem pulleys have multiple axles.
AP9168 - \$8.25
High quality, smooth-running pulleys. Each plastic pulley is housed in an aluminum casing with hooks at the top and bottom. Tandem pulleys have multiple axles.
AP6583 - \$291.10
Generate more excitement in the classroom by constructing a complete roller coaster! Students will definitely improve their understanding of the laws of motion. Eleven different roller coasters can be built. Students will experiment with loop-the-loop...
AP6952 - \$217.35
Build six-foot-long replicas of seven of the most unique bridges in the world! This activity is perfect for studying real-world applications of concepts such as forces, simple machines, and equilibrium. Define the characteristics of the different bridge...
AP4610 - \$116.75
Amaze your students with an object that appears to defy gravity! Twist the handles of the spinning handheld bicycle wheel and feel the peculiar body sensation associated with gyroscopic motion. The resulting resistance illustrates the use of gyroscopes...
AP6714 - \$135.95
Students quickly grasp the concept of moment of inertia while waving wands and comparing the ease at which the two wands can be twirled. Each wand is equal in mass, but the mass of one wand is evenly distributed while the mass on the other wand can...
AP7445 - \$17.80
50 + 50 doesn’t always equal 100! Many students have heard that matter is not created or destroyed. This concept relates to mass but not to volume or moles. Show students that adding two identical volumes does not always give twice the volume when...
AP7791 - \$33.65
Wow! Do it again! That’s what you’ll hear in your classroom when students see this amazing demonstration. Simply give the disk a gentle spin and watch as it spins around and around! As the disk spins faster and its angle changes, students are captivated...
AP7798 - \$28.60
Is this wheel defying gravity? Wrap the cord around the bar, release the wheel, and then watch it fall and climb right back up! Demonstrate the relationship between potential and kinetic energy, linear momentum, angular momentum, nearly-elastic collisions,...
AP7803 - \$1.85
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AP7804 - \$2.68
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AP7805 - \$3.90
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AP7806 - \$4.50
Durable aluminum pulleys are designed to last. Each pulley has a hook at both ends.
AP7807 - \$5.60
Durable aluminum pulleys are designed to last. Each pulley has a hook at both ends.
AP7808 - \$7.35
Durable aluminum pulleys are designed to last. Each pulley has a hook at both ends.
AP7809 - \$8.90
Durable aluminum pulleys are designed to last. Each pulley has a hook at both ends.
AP7810 - \$7.90
Durable aluminum pulleys are designed to last. Each pulley has a hook at both ends.
AP7811 - \$9.50
Durable aluminum pulleys are designed to last. Each pulley has a hook at both ends.
AP7864 - \$25.10
A lot can be learned from building a trebuchet—especially da Vinci’s trebuchet! Leonardo da Vinci designed a trebuchet with the swing arm attached to a single pole, which was different from other trebuchets of the time. Create a functional recreation...
AP7787 - \$17.90
Give this car a push and watch it overcome obstacles—it can even slide on its back! This “mechanical battery” is a wheel and axle that stores and regulates energy through continuous rotational motion. Demonstrate conservation of energy, kinetic energy,...
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