This activity provides a demonstration of Bernoulli?s principle as a floating card or a paper plate responds to the low pressure created by moving air. A small and a large-scale version of the activity are available a...
This is a great tutorial, by Rod Nate of Georgia State University, explaining what capacitors are and how they work. There are three sections: capacitors, capacitor combinations, and charges on series capacitors. ...
A useful resource for amateur horticulturists from the University of Minnesota Extension Service, Yard and Garden Clinic. The focus here is on commonly used perennials, grasses, shrubs, and trees in the home garden and...
This site from the Exploratorium contains a simple demonstration of how objects can disappear when placed in a liquid. The activity uses glass objects and Wesson? oil. The site provides an explanation of the r...
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