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  1. Atmospheric Mat Item # P1-2010
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    A simple design that demonstrates a powerful concept: atmospheric pressure! Place this rubber mat on any flat surface and pull on the handle. It's like the mat is glued down!

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  2. 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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  3. Fun Fly Stick Item # 11-0058
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    Fun Fly Stick is a must have electrostatics experiment that is as easy to demonstrate as it is fun. Requires 2 AA batteries (not included). Read More
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  4. Reversible Thermoelectric Demonstrator Item # P6-2700
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    Bring the 2nd Law of Thermodynamics to life using this reversible device that can act as a refrigerator or a heat engine. Immerse the two aluminum legs in baths of different temperatures, and produce electrical energy that turns the turbine! Read More
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  5. 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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  6. Stirling Engine Item # P6-7100
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    Visually demonstrate the conversion of thermal energy into mechanical work to create electrical energy! Read More
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  7. 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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  8. Levitating Globe Item # P8-3201
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    The 3.25 inch Levitating globe is the ULTIMATE conversation piece and a must-have for home or office. Read More
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  9. Sunset Egg 6 Pack Item # P2-1001
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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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  10. Flying Pig Item # P4-2165
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    Add some excitement to your lessons on circular motion with the Flying Pig. Suspended from the ceiling, his wings flap and carry him in a regular circle.

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