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The wind is all around us blowing us here or there as it sees fit. In order to give students a better understanding of measuring wind velocity, try out Pitsco’s Anemometer. Students create their own anemometer, use instruments to calibrate it, and then use a personalized anemometer for wind-related experiments.
Students place electronic components and learn soldering skills with this hands-on circuit board kit. By placing a variety of components – transistors, capacitors, LEDs, and resistors – and soldering them in a functional circuit, students build a robot board with intermittently flashing LEDs. All components, including the circuit board, are included along with step-by-step instructions. Requires 9 V battery, diagonal pliers, and soldering iron, all sold separately.
DPD-free chlorine reagent powder pillows. 5 mL. Package of 50.
Clean water is one of our most basic necessities. Learn the science of cleaning and reusing dirty water by conducting water purification experiments. Build a water filtration and desalination plant right in the classroom, disinfect water with solar power, and more with this kit.
Includes 4 filter sections and plugs; round filter base; 3 bags each of active carbon, sand, and gravel; 3 filters; funnel-shaped collector; 2 plastic cups; soft wax; fishing line; transparent tube; 2 transparent caps; silver reflector card; metal washers; and instruction guide.
Use this kit to demonstrate how contours indicate levels of elevation on maps. Includes a 12" x 6-1/2" x 3-1/4" transparent plastic box with lid, 12" x 6-1/2" clear plastic sheet, 12" x 6-1/2" molded plastic model of a mountain, and a grease pencil.
With this kit, students can construct a model of an eight-rung ladder segment of a DNA molecule and then build a molecular model of the basic components of the nucleotides of RNA and DNA. All components are reusable.