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US$38.22
Comprising of a transparent plate having a matrix of small circular chambers, each chamber containing an iron rod and functioning independently with as a plotting compass. This plate is an excellent tool to view magnetic fields and due to its transparent nature is suitable for OHPs. Size is 250 x 250 mm.
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US$2.35
Standard nylon test tube brush. Fan shaped end. Dimensions: 10 x 8 x 1 inches ; 3 ounces.
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US$90.93
(1) base, (1) rod, (1) beaker tong, (1) crucible tong, (1) tripod stand, (1) wire gauge, (1) boss head, (1) clamp, (1) retort ring with boss head, (1) burette clamp double, (1) test tube holder, (1) test tube stand (z-shape), (1) test tube brush- spatula.
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US$223.93
Hand operated on base. The generator is self exiting and charge separation occurs. A metal sphere of diameter 20 cm. surrounds the upper pulley assembly and charge accumulates on the sphere, which is insulated by a plastic column supporting the pulley assembly. The charge builds up until electrical breakdown of air surrounding the sphere occurs. Supplied with a discharging sphere 10 cm diameter.
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US$32.13
Loop kit is used to demonstrate kinetic and potential energy, and calculates the normal force on a roller coaster rider. The kit includes two balls and a ramp with a loop for hands-on experiments, and has steel construction for durability. 
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US$13.93
Clamp has a 45mm plastic pulley with bracket for bench mounting up to 25mm thickness. Can be used with a force table as well. 
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US$130.90
This model demonstrates the conversion of mechanical energy into electrical energy, specifically a water turbine. Turbine is fitted with a transparent cover to show inner workings with inlet and outlet tubes. This is directly connected to a dynamo to generate electricity.
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US$39.13
These high quality, affordable beakers are perfect for any science classroom or home lab.
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US$38.50
Comprises two nickel plated forks A (440 Hz) mounted on individual boxes. One fork is provided with adjustable mass by means of which frequency may be shifted from the nominal 440 Hz .When both forks are sounded a clearly audible 'beat' is produced, its rate depending upon the difference in frequency between the forks.
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US$279.93
Set Inculdes: Pulleys - (8) single, (2) double sheave, EISCO ball bearing frictionless pulleys. Wooden base 20 x 15 cm fitted with one vertical rod of size 61 cm x 12.5 mm and one horizontal rod size of 20 cm x 9.5 mm with clamp. Collars with hook - 6. Right angled clamp - 1. Wheel & axle - 1. Cord - 2 rolls. Tommy bar to tighten vertical rods - 1. Hooked Masses Brass, with hooks. 1 x 10g, 2 x 20g, 1 x 50g, 1 x 100g, 2 x 200g, 1 x 500g, 1 x 1000g - total 9 weights. Instructions.
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US$0.63
These ceramic magnets offer an assortment of different shapes of bar, disc and ring magnets.     Order#  ...
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US$35.00
Premium borosilicate crown glass. R Index 1.51. 32mm x 32mm. Designed for use in quantitative spectrometers.
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US$0.83
These ceramic magnets offer an assortment of different shapes of bar, disc and ring magnets.     Order#  ...
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US$39.45
Metalware set for laboratory use. Contains base, rod, clamp, and retort ring for lab experiments. Stainless steel rod with powder-coated base for durability. Base measures 20.0 x 12.5cm (L x W), and rod measures 600.0mm (H). Suitable for high school or college students, or ages 14 to 21.
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US$72.45
Projectile launcher is used to study kinematic equations, and conversion between gravitational potential and kinetic energy. Students participate in an interactive experiment for measuring the muzzle velocity of the launcher to identify varying launch angles in order to quantify the initial kinetic energy of the projectile (ball). Using their velocity calculations, students then make predictions about where the ball will land.
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