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This page contains all the Thermo demos. To navigate to a specific category of these demos, use the menu on the left. To view a demo, click on either the image or the number/name.
|4A30.10 - Bimetalic Strip||This demonstration shows the thermal properities (thermal expansion) of two diffrent metals.|
|4A30.20 - Ball and Ring||This demonstration shows the thermal properties (thermal expansion) of metal. One ...|
|4A40.30b - Smashing Fruit||This demonstration shows how the properities of fruit change at low temperatures. This can also be done with a flower (see 4A40.30a).|
|4B20.10 - Convection Tube||This demonstration shows convection currents.|
|4B30.10 - Rate of Conduction (dropping balls)||This illustrates different material's rate of conduction.|
|4B50.60 - Greenhouse Effect||By using a computer and digital display thermometer, you can show the class that equilibrium temperature ...|
|4B70.10 - Fire Syringe||This demonstration shows the relationship between Pressure, Volume, and Temperature ...|
|4C20.20 - Ice Bomb||This demonstration illustrates a decrease in density when a liquid undergoes a phase change to a solid.|
|4C30.35 - LN2 Bomb||This demo shows what happens when LN2 warms up inside a closed container.|
|4C32.10 - Sling Psychrometer||Use a commercial sling psychrometer to determine relative humidity. Two ...|
|4C50.20 - Critical Opalescence||This apparatus is used to illustrate critical opalescence near the critical point.|
|4D20.10 - Crookes' Radiometer||This demonstration shows a crookes' Radiometer.|
|4E10.15 - Balloon on a Flask||This demonstration shows that the pressure increases as water is heated up and changed to steam.|
|4E410.20 - Balloon in LN2||This demonstration shows what happens when an air filled balloon is placed in LN2. When ...|
|4E10.25 - Crush the Can (thermo method)||Crush the can using the principles of thermodynamics.|
|4E10.40 - Hot Air Balloon||Hot air rises!|
|4E20.25 - Boyle's Law Apparatus||This apparatus is used on the overhead. There are two ways to use this.
First, you can connect it ...
|4E20.40 - Balloon in Vacuum||This demonstration shows what happens to the volume of a balloon when pressure is reduced.|
|4F30.01 - Hero's Engine||This demonstraion uses a hero's engine to illustrate that with increased temperature and constant ...|
|4F30.10 - Stirling Engine||This demonstration shows that a sterling engine operates simply by heating one end. A ...|
|4F50.12 - Thermoelectric Fan (Peltier)||By keeping the plates of a peltier at different temperatures, a current is produced to run the fan.|