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By Robert Gardner

What is friction? what's the coriolis strength? younger scientists will discover the physics of forces and movement with the nice experiments during this ebook. Full-color illustrations spotlight key issues to make technological know-how a snap! Many experiments are by means of rules for technology reasonable tasks. support scholars ace their subsequent physics undertaking or try!

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If someone else is convinced that water always spirals counterclockwise, you can demonstrate clockwise rotation by using the same technique. As you have seen, the Coriolis effect occurs only when a fluid is moving toward or away from the equator. Furthermore, the effect is evident only for objects or masses of water or air that travel long distances over the earth. Science Fair Project Idea In the Northern Hemisphere, the plane of swing of a pendulum that swings for a long time, which is what a Foucault pendulum is designed to do, will appear to rotate clockwise.

Science is the study of the things that are all around you, every day. No matter where you are or what you are doing, scientific principles are at work. You do not need special materials or equipment—or even a white lab coat—to be a scientist. Materials commonly found in your home, at school, or at a local store will allow you to become a scientist and pursue an area of interest. By making careful observations and asking questions about how things work, you can begin to design experiments to investigate a variety of questions.

Wear eye protection and closed toe shoes (rather than sandals) and tie back long hair. Do not eat or drink while doing experiments and never taste substances being used. Do only those experiments that are described in the book or those that have been approved by a knowledgeable adult. When doing these experiments, use only nonmercury thermometers, such as those filled with alcohol. The liquid in some thermometers is mercury. It is dangerous to breathe mercury vapor. If you have mercury thermometers, ask an adult to take them to a local mercury thermometer exchange location.

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