This classic device is used to demonstrate the conservation of mechanical energy. When the wheel is rotated by hand to the top and released, its potential energy will turn into kinetic energy (rotation) as it falls. After the wheel reaches its bottom position, the kinetic energy will change back to potential energy when it moves up again. This process will continue on until the total energy is lost due to friction.
This smaller model makes a great desk toy, and is ideal for basic classroom physics demonstrations.
This quality Dobsonian style telescope features a 76 mm aperture reflector optical tube.
Create currents and discover gravity while exploring the theory of Lenz's Law with this kit!
Learn about detective science through this fun fingerprinting kit!
This smaller transportable Van de Graaff Generator will easily fit in any classroom!
Everything you need to setup your own dancing Oobleck (non-Newtonian fluid) apparatus!
This is a deluxe soldering station that can handle any kind of application!