These mysterious glass eggs exhibits a magical iridescence! The color of the egg will shift depending on the strength, wavelength, and direction of thge light to which it is exposed. It is thus an excellent teaching tool for demonstrating dispersion of light, and for addressing concepts such as "why is the sky blue?" and "why are sunsets red?" Can also be used as unique decor at the office, or for use in lighted fountains.
Great reference card for chemistry and physics students.
An ancient toy featuring optical illusion and hands-on fun that never grows old!
This kit will get your paper plane ready for takeoff!
A beautiful desk toy for your favorite person’s office!!
Use this temperature-controlled soldering station for a variety of soldering applications!
With this kit, you can conduct 25 experiments to learn how an electric motor converts electricity into motion, and how an electric generator does just the opposite, converting motion into electricity.