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AP7182 - $19.05
How can you quickly slow down a spinning wheel without touching it? With a magnet of course! A changing magnetic field generates temporary electric current loops in conducting metals. These current loops generate their own magnetic field, even if the...
AP7212 - $36.35
Science fiction or science fact-can water-jet propulsion really be generated using electromagnets? Demonstrate the deflection of charged particles by a magnetic field and discuss the possibilities of harnessing this phenomenon for practical purposes....
AP4631 - $13.90
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...
AP6480 - $29.90
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...
AP9026 - $24.85
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.
AP7029 - $131.70
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....
AP7632 - $64.95
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 negative...
AP7940 - $31.45
Resistors are a necessity when investigating electrical circuits. Use resistors to confirm Ohm's law or design a challenge to illuminate an LED. Set includes 600 total resistors, 100 of each of the following resistance values: 39 Ω, 220 Ω,...
AP8005 - $119.35
AP Physics 2, Big Idea 4, Investigation 10Electricity and magnetism just two parts of the unifying concept of electromagnetism. Once it was known that electric currents produce magnetic fields, it was natural to wonder if magnetic fields could produce...
AP8002 - $124.95
AP Physics 2, Big Idea 4, Investigation 7Electronics play a major role in our everyday lives. Capacitors are simple circuit components that most electronic devices incorporate in a variety of ways. They are used in circuits inside camera-flash units,...
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