# Work & Energy

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1. Newtonian Demonstrator - Newton's Cradle Item # P1-6001
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Newton's Cradle dramatizes Newton's Third Law, which states that for every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. Use to illustrate that momentum and kinetic energy are conserved.

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2. Stirling Engine Item # P6-7100

Visually demonstrate the conversion of thermal energy into mechanical work to create electrical energy!

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3. Euler's Disk Item # P2-9800
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If you've ever watched a coin spinning on a tabletop, then you've got to see Euler's Disk. Constructed of heavy metal and a smooth concave surface, this device elegantly demonstrates conservation of energy.

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4. Dropper Popper Item # P6-6075
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The ultimate "Super Ball" is really only half a ball! Turn this popper inside out and drop it. The stored energy is released upon impact, and the popper bounces higher than your head!

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5. Fan Cart Item # P4-1986

Even Sir Issac Newton would have been a fan of the Fan Cart! The Fan Cart is perfect for exploring Newton's laws of motion, inertia, acceleration, and action-reaction.

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6. Magnetic Accelerator Item # P4-1365
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Is energy conserved in a magnetic field? Watch as students try to figure out this amazing demo

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7. Energy Discovery Pack Item # P6-6060
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Understanding types of energy and energy transformation is crucial to meeting teaching standards. This pack includes twelve different demonstrations of eight different forms of energy!

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Piezo transducer Item # P6-2650
\$39.95

This Piezo Transducer demonstrates mechanical to electrical energy conversion with a voltmeter, data-logger or oscilloscope.

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9. Converting Gravitational Potential Energy to Kinetic Energy Kit Item # P6-7930
\$90.00

This kit introduces students to the concepts of kinetic and gravitational potential energy and the conversion of one form of energy into another.

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10. Measuring Energy Efficiency Kit Item # P6-7910
\$110.00

Students investigate energy transformations and explore the efficiency of these transformations. In Part I, students estimate the efficiency of a flashlight bulb to produce light by using calorimetry to measure how much “waste” heat energy is produced. In Part II, students calculate and compare price, energy consumption, and cost per hour for incandescent and compact fluorescent bulbs.