Students kit Sun, heat and air


This kit contains equipment and resources for scientific experiments covering multiple disciplines to study the properties of the air around us and the nature of heat.
On the basis of a whole range of experiments, it is possible to learn about basic properties of air and the effects of air pressure.
In a further set of topics, experiments are performed to elucidate the concept of heat and how heat from the sun could be utilised.
 
Age 11-14
Materials for 1 work group or demonstration

Students kit Sun, heat and air

Art. no. 22009

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experiments
  • 1 - The invisible air

    experiment "The invisible air"

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  • 2 - What is in the air?

    experiment "What is in the air?"

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  • 3 - Air is a body

    experiment "Air is a body"

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  • 4 - Air resistance

    experiment "Air resistance"

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  • 5 - Air versus water

    experiment "Air versus water"

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  • 6 - Air can raise water

    experiment "Air can raise water"

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  • 7 - Air can store energy

    experiment "Air can store energy"

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  • 8 - Air can transmit force

    experiment "Air can transmit force"

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  • 9 - Air can expand

    experiment "Air can expand"

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  • 10 - Air pressure – an invisible force

    experiment "Air pressure – an invisible force"

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  • 11 - Effects of air pressure

    experiment "Effects of air pressure"

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  • 12 - Changes in pressure

    experiment "Changes in pressure"

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  • 13 - Measuring air pressure

    experiment "Measuring air pressure"

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  • 14 - Movement on a cushion of air

    experiment "Movement on a cushion of air"

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  • 15 - Lift due to hot air

    experiment "Lift due to hot air"

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  • 16 - Lift due to fl ow of air

    experiment "Lift due to fl ow of air"

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  • 17 - Hotter or colder?

    experiment "Hotter or colder?"

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  • 18 - Measurement of heat

    experiment "Measurement of heat"

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  • 19 - What is temperature?

    experiment "What is temperature?"

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  • 20 - Use of bimetallic strips as thermometers

    experiment "Use of bimetallic strips as thermometers"

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  • 21 - Heat possesses energy

    experiment "Heat possesses energy"

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  • 22 - Conduction of heat

    experiment "Conduction of heat"

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  • 23 - How heat can circulate

    experiment "How heat can circulate"

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  • 24 - Heat can be focussed

    experiment "Heat can be focussed"

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  • 25 - Heat can transform substances

    experiment "Heat can transform substances"

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  • 26 - Heat can be retained

    experiment "Heat can be retained"

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  • 27 - Heat can be withdrawn

    experiment "Heat can be withdrawn"

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  • 28 - Conversion of solar energy

    experiment "Conversion of solar energy"

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scope of supply
  • 1 × Insulation block
  • 1 × Tealight in metal container
  • 1 × Rubber stopper with 6 mm bore
  • 1 × Coloring agent blue (food color)
  • 1 × Plastic beaker, 250 ml, with scale
  • 1 × Trough, transparent plastic
  • 1 × Screen white, plastic
  • 1 × Heat-resistant pad
  • 1 × Heat protection gauze
  • 1 × Metal crucible, 50 mm dia
  • 1 × Aluminium tube, 200/8 mm
  • 3 × Hose, black
  • 1 × Heat stack with 2 pins
  • 2 × Stand rods, 330 mm
  • 2 × Double clamp with slot, aluminium
  • 1 × Retaining ring, 75 mm dia
  • 1 × Profile rail, 180 mm
  • 2 × Clamp sliders
  • 2 × Pair of feet for rail
  • 1 × Holding clip on rod, 15 mm
  • 1 × Suction flask
  • 1 × Funnel for suction flask
  • 1 × Plastic beaker, 100 ml
  • 1 × Air-cushion disc
  • 2 × Balloons with reinforced surface tension
  • 1 × Hot air balloon model
  • 1 × Convection in liquids tube student type
  • 1 × Thermometer, mercury free filling, -10 to +110 °C
  • 1 × Glass tube, 200 mm
  • 1 × Rubber stopper 13/9 mm
  • 1 × Rubber stopper 24/19 mm, with bore
  • 1 × Test tube, FIOLAX, 180/18 mm
  • 1 × Tube coupling
  • 1 × Spirit burner, metal
  • 1 × Holding clip, 25 mm dia., on a rod
  • 1 × Syringe, 30 ml
  • 1 × Bimetallic strip
  • 1 × Plastic box 140/50/35 mm