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  1. Set of 8 Boomwhackers Item # P7-7400
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    Demonstrate open- and closed-piped resonance with these colorful tubes. When whacked against the floor or your knee, each tube produces a clear tone. Students can even play songs!

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  2. Sound Pipe Item # P7-7200
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    Twirling the pipe at different speeds produces up to five different resonant tones. It's a great addition to your resonance demonstration collection. Read More
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  3. Electromagnetic Flashlight Item # P6-6052
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    Look inside the clear case as you shake, and see the powerful magnet pass back and forth through a loop of wire. Electrical energy is stored in a capacitor that can be charged hundreds of thousands of times.

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  4. Rainbow Glasses Item # P3-6300
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    These popular glasses will delight your students while offering you a cost effective, organized way to utilize diffraction gratings in class.

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  5. 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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  6. Vortex Tube Item # P1-1120
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    Turn two plastic soda bottles into an exciting hydraulic "toy" with the Vortex Tube. Great for studying tornadoes and vortex effects.

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  7. Dynamo Hand-Powered Flashlight Item # P3-3700
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    Based on Michael Faraday's groundbreaking invention (which he called the "dynamo"), this flashlight uses only a disk magnet and coils of wire to generate electricity.

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  8. Mystery Stick Item # P2-2200
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    A mysterious folk toy with some complex physics in it. Scrape the groove on the mystery stick, and the propeller turns. Read More
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