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AP4632 - \$15.80
Simple device with a multitude of demonstration possibilities. The rod responds to changes in density of a liquid by sinking or rising in the liquid. As the density of the liquid is changed, the rod moves up or down accordingly. It sinks in warm water...
AP6058 - \$32.80
Here's a handy, low-cost set of 10 one-inch cubes cut from modern materials. Use these precision cubes to perform a variety of density experiments. The set contains one cube each of aluminum, steel, brass, copper, acrylic, oak, nylon, pine, poplar,...
AP6069 - \$14.00
The “normal” density rod (AP4632) sinks in warm water and floats in cold water. The reverse density rod works just the opposite! It will float in water 30-35 ºC and sink in cool water! Using both rods will enhance your ability to make density...
AP6489 - \$24.55
Reduce your density lab costs with this economical set of four metal cubes. Students measure the densities of the four metal blocks and then determine their composition. This simple kit is effective at teaching density and is a great value! One-inch...
AP7204 - \$63.50
Challenge students to determine the composition of 15 colorful, different-sized rods, each one a different material. Students exercise their measurement skills with mass, length, and volume determinations as they problem solve to identify each material....
AP4615 - \$12.90
A gallon of milk seems to weigh more than the fluffy pillow you sleep on. You probably wouldn't confuse these two materials nor have trouble thinking about their density. But how about steel versus iron? Aluminum versus tin? Density is a very measurable...
AP4636 - \$11.95
Mass, volume, and density are concepts you teach over and over again during the school year in many different ways. Help students understand the relationships between mass, volume and density with our Equal Mass Kit. Five cylindrical objects, made...
AP6147 - \$128.70
Mass, volume, and density are concepts you teach over and over again during the school year in many different ways. Help students understand the relationships between mass, volume and density with our Equal Mass Kit. Five cylindrical objects, made...
AP6148 - \$142.60
A gallon of milk seems to weigh more than the fluffy pillow you sleep on. You probably wouldn't confuse these two materials nor have trouble thinking about their density. But how about steel versus iron? Aluminum versus tin? Density is a very measurable...
AP1937 - \$1.74
Wire with a memory! Nitinol wire was discovered in 1961 and has “shape” memory. When placed in cold water it can be bent into any shape. Put into hot water, it springs back to its original shape. Shape memory alloys are discussed in the Chem Fax provided....
AP4626 - \$10.70
Seamless aluminum catch bucket to accompany our overflow cans. The flared lip makes total displacement water collection easier and the convenient handle makes pouring more controlled. Overall dimensions are 7.5 cm in diameter, 7.0 cm high, with a capacity...
AP4627 - \$12.20
The large sizes of our overflow cans make them especially useful for student experiments with density cylinders and Archimedes' Principle devices. The specially angled spout assures complete collection of displaced water thus providing greater accuracy...
AP6301 - \$21.60
What does pressure feel like? In this activity, students hold a small steel ball in one hand and a large foam ball in the other to answer the question-which one is heavier? Students quickly conclude that the small steel ball is heavier. However, when...
AP7222 - \$12.95
The large sizes of our overflow cans make them especially useful for student experiments with density cylinders and Archimedes' Principle devices. The specially angled spout assures complete collection of displaced water thus providing greater accuracy...
AP1972 - \$4.95
Tap the Celt on either end and watch it spin. Spin the Celt clockwise and it will stop and spin in the other direction. What causes the Celt to spin this way? Complete instructions and explanations are included.
AP5618 - \$41.25
Convince your students that air has weight with this fun demonstration apparatus. Simply weigh the can with air trapped inside. Then connect the demonstration apparatus to a vacuum pump and pump the air out of the can. The convenient built-in valve...
AP5714 - \$41.75
Precision machined metal blocks with heavy-duty hook on one face. Ideal for measurement and density exercises. Each block measures 3.1 cm on a side. Set of four includes one block each of aluminum, brass, steel, and copper. Also available individually....
AP5715 - \$15.70
Precision machined metal blocks with heavy-duty hook on one face. Ideal for measurement and density exercises. Each block measures 3.1 cm on a side. Set of four includes one block each of aluminum, brass, steel, and copper. Also available individually....
AP5731 - \$10.25
Precision machined metal blocks with heavy-duty hook on one face. Ideal for measurement and density exercises. Each block measures 3.1 cm on a side. Set of four includes one block each of aluminum, brass, steel, and copper. Also available individually....
AP5732 - \$15.65
Precision machined metal blocks with heavy-duty hook on one face. Ideal for measurement and density exercises. Each block measures 3.1 cm on a side. Set of four includes one block each of aluminum, brass, steel, and copper. Also available individually....
AP5733 - \$8.20
Precision machined metal blocks with heavy-duty hook on one face. Ideal for measurement and density exercises. Each block measures 3.1 cm on a side. Set of four includes one block each of aluminum, brass, steel, and copper. Also available individually....
AP9234 - \$17.55
Four different metal cylinders for use in measurement and density experiments. Their small size (5 cm long x 1.3 cm diameter) make them perfect for use in a graduated cylinder. Includes copper, brass, aluminum, and steel.
AP9235 - \$14.55
Determine the specific gravity of ten different materials and then use the density values to identify each material. Set of 10 specimens includes aluminum, brass, copper, glass, graphite, lead, polyvinyl chloride, polyethylene, steel, and polystyrene....
AP7162 - \$37.60
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...
AP7201 - \$102.00
Engage your students with this all-in-one pressure kit! Four hands-on lab activities allow students to explore the fundamental principles related to pressure. Students experiment with mini Magdeburg hemispheres to feel the strength of atmospheric pressure....
AP7863 - \$16.05
Precision machined metal blocks with heavy-duty hook on one face. Ideal for measurement and density exercises. Each block measures 3.1 cm on a side. Set of four includes one block each of aluminum, brass, steel, and copper. Also available individually....
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