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Temperature, heat and changes in status B6

24 feasible experiments
Topics
• Thermal sensations
• How to compare thermal sensations
• A new physical magnitude: the temperature
• Thermal expansion of solids
• Thermal expansion of liquids
• Thermal expansion of aeriform substances
• How to compare temperatures
• The thermoscope
• The thermometer
• The thermometric scales
• How to use the thermometer
• When two bodies at different temperatures touch each other
• Thermal balance
• Heat
• Propagation of heat in solids
• Propagation of heat in liquids
• Propagation of heat in gases
• Irradiation
• The relationship between heat and temperature
• Changes in status
• Fusion and solidification
• Evaporation
• Boiling
• Condensation
Price excl. tax: €139.58
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Thermodynamics A4

24 feasible experiments
Topics
• Thermal sensations
• Thermoscope
• Thermometer
• Thermometric scales
• Thermal motion of the molecules
• Linear thermal expansion
• The coefficient of linear thermal expansion
• Bimetallic strip
• Volumetric thermal expansion
• Thermal expansion of liquids
• Thermal expansion of aeriform substances
• Thermal energy
• How to increase the temperature of a body
• Another way to increase the temperature
• Heat
• The relationship between heat and temperature
• Thermal balance
• Water equivalent of the calorimeter
• Measurement of the specific heat of a solid
• Propagation of heat by conduction
• Propagation of heat by convection
• Irradiation
• Change in states
• Melting
• Vaporization
• Condensation of a vapor
Price excl. tax: €215.77
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Dynamics A3

26 feasible experiments
Topics
• Forces and their effects
• Elastic extensions: Hooke’s law
• Spring scales
• Composition of forces with opposite direction
• Composition of forces with same direction
• Balance of moments
• Center of gravity
• The balance of the leaning bodies
• Levers
• Test
• Pulleys
• Inclined plane
• Specific weight
• Density
• Pressure
• Pascal’s principle
• Stevin’s principle
• Principle of communicating vessels
• Atmospheric pressure
• The pressure gauge: how to measure the pressure
• The principle of Archimedes and its applications
• Floating
• Motion
• Motion is relative
• Reference systems
• Trajectory
• Displacement
• Time table
• Tools for the experimental study of motion
• Manual time counting
• Automatic time counting
• Average speed
• How to measure the average speed
• Instantaneous velocity
• How to measure instantaneous velocity
• Average acceleration
• How to measure average acceleration
• Instantaneous acceleration
• Various types of motion
• Uniform rectilinear motion
• Uniformly accelerated rectilinear motion
• Uniformly accelerated motion: how to study it
• Causes of the motion
• When no forces are applied to a body
• When a constant force is applied to a body
• Taking stock of the work
• Mass
• The fundamental law of dynamics
• Energy conservation
• Free fall of a grave
• Periodic motions
• Simple pendulum
• Energy of an oscillating pendulum
• Gravity acceleration
• Springs properties
• Elastic pendulum
Price excl. tax: €502.61
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Low friction track 1442+9081

15 feasible experiments
Motion is subject to friction forces which can be reduced but not cancelled.
Thanks to the low friction track you can carry out experiments on kinetics and translational motion.e.
Price excl. tax: €383.48
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Flexible parallelepiped, 1077

It consists of an aluminium framework with flexible corners; in this way it mantains parallel bases as it undergoes deformation. By using the plumb-line it is possible to verify the equilibrium conditions of solid bodies standing on a plane.
Price excl. tax: €79.25
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Instrument used to study equilibrium states, 1078

The equilibrium forces of physics can be demonstrated by moving the two lateral masses in this device. The center of gravity of the system can be moved to different positions, demonstrating how the equilibrium depends on the position of the center of gravity with respect to the basement point.
Dimensions: 20x28 cm.
Price excl. tax: €60.33
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Work and energy - renewable energy, B11

20 feasible experiments
Topics
• What is a transformation
• Physics and chemical transformations
• Balanced forces and unbalanced forces
• The concept of work in everyday language
• The concept of work in physics
• Work: a new magnitudes
• When the force is not parallel to displacement
• The concept of energy in everyday language
• The concept of energy in physics
• Work and energy
• How energy is measured
• The two forms of mechanical energy
• Kinetic energy
• Gravitational potential energy
• Plastic materials, elastic materials
• The potential elastic energy
• Other forms of energy
• The properties of energy
• The transformations of mechanical energy
• Unusable energy
• The atomic theory of matter
• The potential electric energy
• Hydraulic circuit
• Electric circuit
• Power
• Renewable and non-renewable energy sources
• The biggest source of energy: the sun
• How to transform solar energy into electricity
• Wind energy
• Other forms of alternative energy
Price excl. tax: €233.15
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Motion, B5

15 feasible experiments
Topics:
• At rest or in motion?
• Motion along a line
• Motion on a plane
• Motion in space
• Trajectory
• Time
• Periodic motions
• Pendulum motion
• The period of a pendulum
• Does the period of a pendulum depend on the amplitude of its oscillation?
• Does the period of a pendulum depend on its length?
• Does the period of a pendulum depend on its mass?
• A tool for measuring time intervals
• The average speed
• Instantaneous speed
• The uniform rectilinear motion and its law depending on time
• Forces and motion
• Friction forces
• The motion almost frictionless
• The principle of inertia
• The action of a force on a body at rest
• Acceleration
• The uniformly accelerated motion and its law depending on time
• How to measure acceleration
• Does acceleration depend on the intensity of the force?
• The fundamental law of dynamics
• The unit of measurement of force in physics
Price excl. tax: €152.37
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Equilibrium and simple machines, B3

14 feasible experiments
Topics
• Know the forces
• How to sum forces
• The parallelogram rule
• The resultant of parallel forces having
same direction
• How to use our strength intelligently
• Equilibrium of a rod
• Simple machines
• First class of lever
• Second class of lever
• Third class of lever
• Some examples of levers
• Pulleys
• Fixed pulley
• Movable pulley
• Simple tackle
• Inclined plane
Price excl. tax: €177.93
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