The experiments in this kit derive from the principal of Lenz’s Law, a theory discovered in 1834. For example, when a magnet falls through the copper tube, the magnetic field surrounding the magnet is constantly changing positions. This changing of the magnetic field induces (forces) the flow of eddy currents (circular electric currents) in the tube. The eddy currents create their own magnetic field that ’pushes’ against the falling magnet and opposes (repels) the magnet’s fall. This is an excellent kit for use in the classroom setting.
The large realistic model has removable organs that can be studied and set back into the correct position.
Build a tumbling robot that gets up right after it has fallen down, without any outside help!
A massive mounted set of 100 rocks and minerals found in the US,
Learn all about Newton’s Laws and Energy conservation.
This illuminated orbiter is great for demonstrations in the astronomy classroom!
The Duncan Phoenix Diabolo features a stable, hard rubber shell that retains its shape.