Nitinol (pronounced "night-in-all") is an alloy metal that stands for Nickel (Ni), Titanium (Ti), and the "NOL" stands for the Naval Ordinance Laboratory where it was discovered. Bend it, then drop it into hot water and watch it return to its original shape! This crystalline metal changes phase around 75°C (167°F). You can also retrain this wire by annealing it. First bend it into the desired shape, heat it to a dull red glow along the entire length then cool it by immersing it in water. After cooling, the wire can be deformed but will instantly return to its newly trained shape by dunking it into hot water! Great physics demonstration for the classroom, and even makes a fun gift for practically anyone who admires the 'magic' of science.
Highly durable lab apron made of rubberized cloth is impermeable and easy to clean, perfect for all manner of lab or classroom experiments
This set includes two (2) N95 NIOSH approved respirators.
These goggles meet the American National Standards Institution (ANSI Z87.1) and Canadian Standards (CSA Z94.3) regulations.
Recommended for protection against chemical splashes. A must have for every young chemist!
Extra thick medical examination gloves - 60mil. Great for extra protection.
Durable, anti-fog safety glasses that fit comfortably on any head size.
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Provides the power to execute all the basic electrostatic demonstrations on an energetic and dramatic scale with up to 350,000 volts!
Ever wonder how to survive in the wilderness? These cards can help!
The large realistic model has removable organs that can be studied and set back into the correct position.
Illuminate both your room and your mind with this ingenious Periodic Table Lamp.
This adapter-powered butterfly uses Flexinor wires to create a realistic visual effect!
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