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AP5636 - \$140.65
Clearly demonstrate Faraday's law! Pass a magnet through a wire coil connected to an ammeter and the ammeter needle deflects-an electric current is produced. When the magnet stops moving, the needle returns to zero. Which of the three coils generates...
AP5637 - \$64.45
What can lift 100 times its own weight? Answer: This electromagnet! Lift up to 200 pounds using one 1.5 V D-cell battery! Students will remember this dramatic demonstration for years. The precision machined contact surfaces make this electromagnet...
AP5728 - \$29.90
Use this economical kit to teach all the basics of electromagnetism. Students can build a bar magnet or a U-shaped electromagnet. Measure the polarity and magnitude of electromagnetic forces. The kit includes two coils on plastic spools, a U-shape...
AP6758 - \$69.00
Clearly demonstrate Faraday's law! Pass a magnet through a wire coil connected to an ammeter and the ammeter needle deflects-an electric current is produced. When the magnet stops moving, the needle returns to zero. Which of the three coils generates...
AP6271 - \$88.25
A powerful series of lab activities to help your students learn the basics of electromagnetism. • First, students will explore magnetic fields created by electric currents traveling through wires. • Then students build an electromagnet and experiment...
AP7320 - \$55.55
Shake and light up your classroom! Engage your students by building a flashlight that doesn’t need batteries—it harnesses and stores the power of a handshake. Students see an unforgettable, real-world application of Faraday’s law of magnetic induction....
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...
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