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16115 Mini Kit Magnetism/Electrostatics
16115 Mini Kit Magnetism/Electrostatics
16115 Mini Kit Magnetism/Electrostatics
16115 Mini Kit Magnetism/Electrostatics
16115 Mini Kit Magnetism/Electrostatics
16115 Mini Kit Magnetism/Electrostatics
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16115 Mini Kit Magnetism/Electrostatics

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Mini Kit Magnetism/Electrostatics

The box contains instructions and materials, etc. a. a magnetic needle with holder, a compass rose, bar magnets, iron powder, a bowl, hook weights, small items and much more.
Basic experiments in the areas of magnetism and electrostatics can be carried out with the materials in the box .

The instructions describe the following 17 experiments:

    • Are all fabrics magnetic?
    • Magnets have power
    • Magnetic lines of force
    • Penetrating forces
    • When two magnets meet
    • Can magnets float?
    • How to make a magnet
    • A magnet motor
    • Proof of the earth's magnetic field
    • How to use magnetism
    • Static electricity
    • Force effect between two charged bodies
    • Polarization and Influence
    • The loaded balloon
    • Model of an electroscope
    • Influence with the electroscope
    • Electrostatic dance

CONTECTS OF THIS KIT:
  • 2 × Magnet, AlNiCo, north pole marked in red
  • 1 × Test tube
  • 1 × Art glass, transparent
  • 1 × Needle holder
  • 1 × Plastic rod with hole
  • 1 × Retaining bracket
  • 1 × Bowl with pouring spout
  • 1 × Elder marrow pendulum
  • 1 × Set of small items magnets
  • 1 × Compass rose plate
  • 2 × Weights with double hooks, 50 g
  • 1 × Float for bar magnet
  • 2 × Balloons, 100 pieces
  • 1 × Magnetic needle, 75 mm
  • 1 × Coarse iron powder in a shaker with lid, 200 g
  • 1 × Rubbing rags, wool
  • 1 × Glow lamp, festoon, 5 pieces
  • 1 × Clamping bush 10
  • 1 × Metal axis 110
  • 2 × Clamping sleeve
  • 1 × Air cushion plate with hole
  • 1 × Plastic box, 140/50/25 mm
ALSO INCLUDED:
161155 Experiment instructions mini box magnetism / electrostatics