# Work & Energy

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1. Newtonian Demonstrator - Newton's Cradle Item # P1-6001
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84% of 100

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. Euler's Disk Item # P2-9800
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93% of 100

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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3. Dropper Popper Item # P6-6075
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80% of 100

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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4. Magnetic Accelerator Item # P4-1365
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91% of 100

Is energy conserved in a magnetic field? Watch as students try to figure out this amazing demo

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5. Pulleys Group

A variety of durable, low-friction pulleys with rigid aluminum sheaves, deep V-grooves and heavy aluminum frames.

6. Loop the Loop Item # P4-2010

A simple demonstration of Conservation of Energy as a ball travels down a track in a loop without leaving the track. Show that the ball will not have enough energy to complete the loop if its initial height is too low.

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7. Introductory Energy and Motion Lab Item # P4-1350

Middle school students love to get to work fast, and this complete motion lab lets them quickly get to the task of experimenting with velocity, acceleration, energy, gravity, forces, friction, and more!

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8. Zecar Item # P4-1985
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93% of 100

This cool little car uses the stored kinetic energy of its brightly colored flywheel to send it scooting across the floor. Zecar can climb up inclines and over obstacles like you can't believe.