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Fuel Cell Football Apparatus

Quantity
Fuel Cell Football Apparatus, AP7310
Catalog Number
AP7310
Price
$55.85
 
Fuel Cell Football Apparatus
 
Product Description

By: The Flinn Staff


The “kick” is up and it is . . . GOOD! Fuel-cell field goal! When properly filled with a mixture of hydrogen and oxygen, a plastic pipet bulb can be projected 20–30 feet across a classroom. The goal of this activity is to make a “chemical field goal” by sending the pipet bulb through the goal post on the opposite side of the classroom. Apparatus kit includes the materials to build a 1/7 scale replica of an NFL goalpost, a launcher, and unique launch pad. Instructions included with kit provide directions for building the goalpost apparatus and procedure for preparing chemicals and launching fuel cell “footballs".

Optional Micro-Mole Rockets Student Laboratory Kit (Catalog No. AP6374) includes all of the required chemicals to perform this activity with 30 students working in pairs. For added fun, make this activity “official” by wearing a referee jersey (also sold separately).
Specifications


Resources
  • Fuel Cell Football
    Fuel Cell Football
    The “goal” is for the hydrogen/oxygen rocket bulb to sail through the goalposts!
     
Accessories
Micro Mole Rockets - Hydrogen and Oxygen Mole Ratio - Student Laboratory Kit
AP6374
The combustion reaction of hydrogen and oxygen has been used to send people to the moon and to design electric vehicles for the future. What factors determine the explosiveness of this reaction? In this microscale lab activity, students generate hydrogen...
 
Referee Jersey, XL
AP7343
For added fun, make activities and demonstrations "official" by wearing a referee jersey!
 
Additional Resources
Flinn Catalog/Reference Manual Page 501
Flinn Middle School Catalog/Reference Manual Page 395
 
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