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|2A10.40 - Surface Reaction (soap/pepper)||This demonstration shows what happens to the surface when you put a drop of soap in water.|
|2A20.10 - Capillary Tubes||This is a set of capillary tubes of various diameters used to show capillary rise with water.|
|2B15.35 - Bell in a Jar||Silence in a vacuum demonstration.|
|2B20.40 - Pascal's Vases||This shows that the liquid pressure is the same for any given depth below the ...|
|2B30.10 - Crush the Can (Vacuum pump method)||This demonstration shows atmospheric pressure.|
|2B30.30 - Magdeburg Hemispheres||This demonstration shows the force of atmospheric pressure.|
|2B35.30 - Manometer||This demo shows how a manometer works using water. When the balloon releases air, it adds pressure to the left side and pushes the water up on the right.|
|2B40.10/.20 - Archimedes' Principle (Weigh Submerged Block)||This demonstration illustrates that the boyant force on an object is equal to the weight of the water displaced.|
|2C10.10 - Velocity of Efflux||This demonstration shows that the velocity of the water stream is faster at the bottom.|
|2C20.30 - Floating Ball (Bernoulli's Principle)||Using a stream of air, you can make a ball "float" inside the stream. A variation of this is to attach a funnel ...|
|2C60.20 - Density Balls in Beans (density differentiation)||This demonstration illustrates the fluid properties of granular systems.|