|E&M: M - 033||Gaussmeter||
A gaussmeter is used to show the magnetic field around a small magnet
|E&M: M - 034||Hoola-Hoop||
A hula hoop is used to demonstrate the right-hand rule
|E&M: M - 035||Magnetic Field Around a Current-Carrying Wire||
Iron filings are used to produce an image of the magnetic field lines surrounding a vertical wire.
|E&M: M - 036||Strength of Electromagnet||
An electromagnet (from lifting magnet) is connected to a 9V battery and students have a tug-of-war to separate them.
|E&M: M - 037||Graphite and Strong Magnets||
A piece of graphite levitates over a 3x3 grid of strong magnets
|E&M: M - 038||Levitation with a Super Conductor||
A neodymium magnet levitates above a superconductor that has been cooled with liquid nitrogen.
|E&M: M - 039||3D Magnetic Domains||
A 3-dimensional model of the magnetic field surrounding a magnet; apparatus is dissectable
|E&M: Nuc - 001||Geiger Counter||
A Geiger Counter is used to detect radioactivity in assorted samples
|E&M: Nuc - 003||Cloud Chamber|
|FL: HD - 002||2 Balls in Air Jet|
|FL: HD - 003||Paper Sucked by Blower||
A sheet of air applied to an index card causes the card to be sucked upward toward the source rather than outward and away from the source.
|FL: HD - 004||Beach Ball Trapped in Air||
An inflatable beach ball or globe with sand in the bottom is trapped in a jet of air
|FL: HD - 005||Throwing Curve Balls|
|FL: HD - 006||Bernoulli's Effect in Tube of Changing Diameter||
Ping pong balls suspended above holes in a tube a changing diameter demonstrate changes in air pressure throughout the tube.
|FL: HS - 001||Hydraulic Press||
A hydraulic press is used to break a small piece of wood
|FL: HS - 002||Cylinder of Colored Water in Vat of Clear Water||
A cylinder of colored water is created within a vat of clear water.
|FL: HS - 003||Cartesian Diver|
|FL: HS - 005||Pascal's Vases||
An apparatus consisting of differently shaped containers connected by a common tube are filled with colored water.
|FL: HS - 006||Mass of Air||
A balloon and a digital balance are used to demonstrate that air has mass
|FL: HS - 007||Lifting and Dropping a Mass with Changes in Pressure||
An 84-lb weight is lifted as a result of a vacuum.
|FL: HS - 008||Hydraulic Puzzle||
Liquid in a test tube has 2 paths when gravity is allowed to act, but only one is accurate
|FL: HS - 009||Siphon||
Water is siphoned from one container to another
|FL: HS - 010||Magdeburg Hemispheres||
Air is evacuated from the Magdeburg Hemispheres, after which they cannot be separated.
|FL: HS - 014||U-Tube with Water and Kerosene||
A U-tube has both water and kerosene in it.
|FL: HS - 015||Lath and Newspaper||
A piece of newspaper is placed over a piece of lath. The atmospheric pressure on the paper prevents the buried end of the lath from raising when the open end is struck, resulting in a broken board.
|FL: HS - 016||Sinking Battleships||
A small beaker of copper shot is sunk in a large beaker of water to demonstrate measurement of the buoyant force.
|FL: HS - 017||Vat of Water with Wood Block||
A wood block placed in a vat of water displaces water without changing the overall mass of the container.
|FL: HS - 018||Box with 2 Holes||
A container of water with 2 holes (one above the other) demonstrates the differences in fluid pressure by depth.
|FL: HS - 019||Sucking Air from a Can||
Air is removed from a paint can using a vacuum pump to demonstrate the strength of atmospheric pressure
|FL: HS - 020||Crushing a Pop Can||
A soda can is crushed using a hot plate and ice water.
|FL: HS - 021||Physics Sucks||
Water is sucked through a hose suspended from a hook on the ceiling
|FL: HS - 022||Helium Balloon and Liquid Nitrogen||
A helium balloon placed in liquid nitrogen contracts. Once removed, it expands.
|FL: HS - 023||Vacuum Cannon||
A ping pong ball launched from a vacuum cannon destroys an empty pop can.
|FL: HS - 024||Pythagoras Cup||
A trick cup is used to demonstrate a siphon effect.
|FL: ST - 001||Small Bubble to Large Bubble|
|FL: ST - 002||Drops on a Penny|
|FL: ST - 003||Cup and Cover||
A glass of water is covered by a piece of plastic and overturned, resulting in the lid staying attached to the glass.
|FL: ST - 005||Floating Paper Clips||
Paper clips are floated on a body of water. When soapy water is added, the paper clips sink move away from the soap and sink to the bottom.
|L: GO - 001||Pinhole Projector|
|L: GO - 002||Intersecting Plane Mirrors|
|L: GO - 003||Fluorescein Tank - Total Internal Reflection||
A beam of light, visible in a tank of Fluorescein, demonstrates total internal reflection at a certain angle of incidence.
|L: GO - 004||Spherical Mirrors||
A concave mirror and a convex mirror on display
|L: GO - 005||Large Searchlight Mirror/The Real Image||
A large searchlight mirror is used to produce a real image of an inverted lightbulb.
|L: GO - 007||Prisms of Various Materials|
|L: GO - 010||Lucite Coil||
|L: GO - 011||Magic Corn Oil|
|L: GO - 013||Inverted Shadow on Retina|
|L: GO - 014||Aberrations|
|L: GO - 015||Mechanical Model of Refraction||
Same as M: WM&S - 6
|L: GO - 017||Shadow and a Cube|