Why are cooking pans made of metal? Why are their handles covered with plastic or wood? Heat conductivity and insulation is a central issue in engineering and environmental architecture. This enticing kit uses a special apparatus to visualize heat conduction. Toothpicks are falling when heat reaches their location. It explores the concept and compares the relative heat conductivity of several different solids. Students can easily find the best heat conductor among the tested solids. 




Feature Group
Keywords 6-3003-00, heat, conduction, heat conduction, conductivity, school, classroom, students, teacher, science class, environmental architecture, heat conduction, Heat in Solids, Conductivity of Heat in Solids
Bullet Point 1 Labless lab kits provide the teacher with a whole package of tools required for effective science teaching.
Bullet Point 2 Teachers manual is included with scripted guidelines, background information, and questions and answers.
Bullet Point 3 Easy to use and safe.
Bullet Point 4 Kits are modular and can be used anywhere.
Bullet Point 5 Suit all science curriculums.
Age/Grade
Age From 12
Age To 17
Grade From 7
Grade To 12
International Data
Country Of Origin Israel

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Conductivity of Heat in Solids

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Tags: 6-3003-00, heat, conduction, heat conduction, conductivity, school, classroom, students, teacher, science class, environmental architecture, heat conduction, Heat in Solids, Conductivity of Heat in Solids,