|T: H - 014||Thermal Conductivity Comparison||
Rods of various metals have steel balls attached by wax. One end of the rods are heated in the flame of a bunsen burner. Over time, the balls on the rods drop off at different times.
|T: H - 015||Boiling Water in Plastic Bottle|
|T: H - 016||Paper with Wood and Metal|
|T: H - 017||Davy Safety Lamp|
|T: H - 018||Convection of Gases||
2 demonstrations that show air movement caused by differences in temperature.
|T: H - 019||Radiation Transfer with Mirrors||
Two parabolic mirrors are used to transfer the heat from one, across the demo bench, to light matches in the other.
|T: H - 020||Laser and Balloon|
|T: H - 024||Paraffin Cake and Dissimilar Cylinders||
5 cylinders made of different metals are heated and placed on top of a paraffin cake to demonstrate their differences in specific heat.
|T: H - 025||Dry Ice||
Pieces of dry ice are used to help students visualize the P vs. T graph for Carbon Dioxide
|T: H - 026||Regelation of Ice||
Due to pressure, a wire melts through an ice cube that remains intact.
|T: H - 027||Gyser|
|T: H - 028||Cryophorus||
A cryophorus is used to demonstrate that freezing can occur by rapid evaporation
|T: H - 030||Liquification of Air||
An air balloon is dipped into liquid nitrogen to create liquid
|T: H - 032||Cloud in a Bottle|
|T: H - 033||Boiling Water with an Ice Cube||
Water boils due to the presence of an ice cube.
|T: H - 034||Fire Piston||
Swift action of the plunger in an air-tight piston causes a tiny bit of cotton to immediately ignite
|T: H - 035||Pipe Pops its Cork due to Heating||
Friction generated between wooden slats and a metal pipe causes water inside the pipe to vaporize, thus blowing the stopper out of the end.
|T: H - 036||Hero's Engine|
|T: H - 037||Gas Model|
|T: H - 038||Dipping Duck||
A duck dips into a glass of water continuously.
|T: H - 039||Models of Steam and Gasoline Engines||
Two cut-away locomotive engines are available for display
|T: H - 040||Solid Phase Heat Engine|
|T: H - 042||Triple Point of Liquid Nitrogen||
Nitrogen exists at a solid, liquid and gas at the same time.
|T: H - 043||Boyle's Law with Syringes||
Syringes with weights are used to demonstrate Boyle's Law.
|T: H - 044||Thermoelectric Converter||
A fan is powered entirely by differences in temperature between 2 beakers of water.
|T: H - 047||Stirling Cycle Heat Engine||
Stirling Cycle Engine (working model + cutaway)
|T: H - 048||Holding a Test Tube of Boiling Water||
A test tube of water is held near the bottom while the top is tilted into the flame of a bunsen burner.
|T: H - 049||Thermobile|
|T: H - 050||Elasticity of Rubber||
A stretched rubber band will contract when heated.
|T: H - 051||Steel Wool and Liquid Oxygen||
Steel wool immersed in liquid oxygen will easily catch fire
|T: H - 052||Bimetallic Strips with Light Bulbs||
A bimetallic strip is used to light one of 2 bulbs, depending on which direction it bends when it is heated.
|T: H - 053||Diatomic Model||
A ball and stick model of a diatomic atom