Teach cloud formation when there’s not a cloud in the sky! This apparatus duplicates atmospheric conditions during cloud formation. It consists of a special glass flask with a rubber hose connection, pinch clamp, and large, thick walled, rubber bulb. When the atmospheric pressure is lowered, smoke particles are introduced into the chamber, and a nucleus for the formation of water droplets is produced. By compressing and suddenly releasing the bulb, a dense cloud forms in the flask.
The large realistic model has removable organs that can be studied and set back into the correct position.
Have fun building your very own FM radio!
Create your own super-versatile laser ray box for teaching optics with this set of three snap laser pointers.
Beautiful 5 inch globe that can be used as a night lamp.
Check out this amazing renewable energy science kit featuring the wonders of hydroelectric power!
This caffeine molecule mug makes an excellent gift!