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  1. Quantitative Spectroscope Item # P2-7061
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    Use this durably constructed, economical tool to see and measure different spectra. Brighter and clearer than other spectroscopes. A built in scale measures light wavelengths from 400nm to 700nm with a precision of +/- 5 nm. Read More
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  2. Phosphor Glow Paper 5/pk. Item # P2-9423
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    Specially coated paper absorbs light and emits it slowly. Use a camera flash to create lasting shadows and explore phosphorescence. Try different colors and intensities of light - even ultraviolet! Sold in packs of 5 sheets that measure 8 1/2" x 11". Read More
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  3. Laser Refraction Tank Item # P2-7095
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    This self-contained unit allows students to measure and study refraction of light. Read More
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  4. Newton's Apple Item # P1-1019
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    Sir Isaac Newton was inspired by the fall of an apple when he developed his theory of gravity. Your students can perform their own gravity and motion experiments with Newton's Apple! Read More
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  5. Ballistics Car Item # P3-3527
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    A classic demonstration that still amazes students. Compare the speed of the cart to the horizontal speed of the ball. Show the independence of the vertical and horizontal motion of the ball.

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  6. Solar Spectrum Chart Item # P2-7066
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    This handsome wall chart, covering the visible portion of the solar spectrum, makes an excellent teaching aid for any science classroom.

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  7. Electricity & Magnetism Light Bulb Demo Item # P6-4000
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    Using the "Electricity & Magnetism Light Bulb Demo", you will demonstrate to your students the relationship between electricity and magnetism in an amazing and unconventional way, using a light bulb under conditions not normally observed in everyday life.

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  8. g Ball Item # P4-4000
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    Want to help your students to really wrap their minds around how falling objects behave? Then the g Ball is exactly what you're looking for. It gives students a hands-on way to better understand the difficult concept of acceleration due to gravity.

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  9. Holographic Diffraction Grating 5 Pack Item # 33-0990
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    These Holographic Diffraction Gratings are highly-efficient, embossed Holographic Optical Elements (H.O.E.) Read More
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  10. Sunset Egg Item # P2-1000
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    Explain why the sky is blue during the day but yellow at sunset! Amaze your students with this glass egg that acts like a little piece of the sky. Read More
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