Presents the procedures and concepts involved in twenty-five physical science experiments that can be done in school or at home with readily available materials, exploring gases, density, fluid dynamics, gravity, and motion. Original.The greater the total height of the ramp, the more energy available for rolling the ball. ac The more gentle the slope of the ramp, the more slowly the ball will roll. ac Tubes and certain folds can make paper more rigid for supporting structures.
|Title||:||Flash! Bang! Pop! Fizz!|
|Publisher||:||Barron's Educational Series - 2000|