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  1. Advanced Gas Laws Demo w/ Temperature Item # P1-2065
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    Quantitatively confirm the Combined Gas Law with one complete apparatus! Students can verify this relationship using air and this unique apparatus.

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  2. Conceptual Physics Alive: Scaling, Liquids, Gases Item # PX-9106
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    Paul Hewitt teaches about Scaling, Liquids and Gases.

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  3. Investigating Solids, Liquids, and Gases with Toys Book Item # P8-2100
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    Classroom tested and developed with funding from the National Science Foundation, the Teaching Science with Toys program was developed on the concept that students learn better with fun, hands-on experiments. Read More
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  4. Elasticity of Gases Demo Item # P1-2075
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    The perfect apparatus for verifying Boyle's Law and other properties of gases. Simply add weights to the top block and measure the volume. Students then plot pressure versus the reciprocal of the volume in search of a straight line.

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  5. Gas Laws and Pressure Discovery Pack Item # P1-2070
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    Don't just teach the gas laws. Let students deduce them with these exploratory activities!

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  6. Bell Jar and Ringer Item # P7-6500
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    The bell jar (named for its shape) and vacuum plate are supplied with a battery-operated electric bell. The bell is mounted on springs to dampen the vibrations, so students can clearly hear the drastic reduction in sound when the air is removed.

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  7. Vacuum Pumper and Chamber Item # P1-2140
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    With this affordable hand vacuum pump and chamber set students can test the effects of reduced pressure on many different objects, such as marshmallows, balloons, and water.

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  8. Fire Syringe Item # P1-2020
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    A Smokin' example of Charles's Law. Using the Fire Syringe to compress air into a smaller volume is a classic example of how rapidly doing work on a gas results in an increase in temperature.

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  9. Eyepops Item # P4-2300
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    Blow into the mouthpiece, and the eyes float on a stream of air! A fun Bernoulli demonstration.

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  10. Bernoulli Bag 4 pack Item # P6-7350
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    How many breathes would it take to inflate an 8-foot long, 10-inch diameter bag? Just ONE using Bernoulli's principle! Commonly called the Wind Tube or Wind Bag.

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