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Conductive and non-conductive materials

Principle

The students will examine various solids and liquids in terms of their electric conductivity. They will notice that some materials conduct electricity while others do not. They will conclude that electric conductivity depends on the material. In addition, they will learn that ...

 
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Numéro d´article: P6101300

Conductive and non-conductive materials

Benefits
  • Experiment guides are very easy to understand, especially for younger students
  • Associated competences are directly linked to the experiments
  • Curriculum compatible
  • Fit for the future: implementation of tablets possible
...
 
Détails

Numéro d´article: P6101301

Conductive and non-conductive materials with SMARTsense

 
Détails

Numéro d´article: P6101369

Series and parallel connection of bulbs

Benefits
  • Experiment guides are very easy to understand, especially for younger students
  • Associated competences are directly linked to the experiments
  • Curriculum compatible
  • Fit for the future: implementation of tablets possible
...
 
Détails

Numéro d´article: P6101400

Series and parallel connection of bulbs with SMARTsense

 
Détails

Numéro d´article: P6101469

The heat effect of electric current

Benefits
  • Experiment guides are very easy to understand, especially for younger students
  • Associated competences are directly linked to the experiments
  • Curriculum compatible
  • Fit for the future: implementation of tablets possible
...
 
Détails

Numéro d´article: P6101500

The heat effect of electric current with SMARTsense

 
Détails

Numéro d´article: P6101569

Magnetic and non-magnetic materials

Principle

The students examine the effect of a bar magnet on various materials, observe that certain objects are attracted by the magnet and realise that all metals are not magnetic, concluding that those objects that are actually magnetic share a common material property.

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Détails

Numéro d´article: P6102000

Magnetic force

Benefits
  • Experiment guides are very easy to understand, especially for younger students
  • Associated competences are directly linked to the experiments
  • Curriculum compatible
  • Fit for the future: implementation of tablets possible
...
 
Détails

Numéro d´article: P6102100

The electromagnet

Benefits
  • Experiment guides are very easy to understand, especially for younger students
  • Associated competences are directly linked to the experiments
  • Curriculum compatible
  • Fit for the future: implementation of tablets possible
...
 
Détails

Numéro d´article: P6102200

Magnetization

Benefits
  • Experiment guides are very easy to understand, especially for younger students
  • Associated competences are directly linked to the experiments
  • Curriculum compatible
  • Fit for the future: implementation of tablets possible
...
 
Détails

Numéro d´article: P6102300

Fragmentation of magnets

Principle

The students examine the properties of a magnetised iron wire after it has been cut into several pieces, observe that all of the pieces are still magnetised and draw the conclusion that these pieces are now separate magnets.

Benefits

  • Experiment guides are very easy to ...
 
Détails

Numéro d´article: P6102400

The compass

Principle

The students examine the alignment of a freely rotating bar magnet and of a compass needle in the Earth's magnetic field, notice that both the bar magnet and compass needle point to the Earth's North Pole and deduce that magnets always point to a specific direction and the compass ...

 
Détails

Numéro d´article: P6102500

Observation of the magnetic field

Principle

The students use a compass to examine the magnetic field of a bar magnet, observe that the needle does not always align itself directly with the poles of the magnet and, instead, it shows a different orientation when it is close to the magnet. They also observe the movement of the ...

 
Détails

Numéro d´article: P6102600

Measurement of weight

Principle

The students observe the behaviour of a dynamometer that is subject to various forces when different masses are suspended from it and notice that the weight of the suspended masses increases when the mass is increased and that the action of force is reversible. They draw the ...

 
Détails

Numéro d´article: P6103100

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