8 edition of Science With Air found in the catalog.
by E.D.C. Publishing
Written in English
Usborne Science Activities
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||24|
CANDLES UNDER JARS the demonstration’s standard interpretation. The candle heats the air around it, so the air captured by the jar when the experi-ment begins is hotter than the air under the jar after the ﬂame has gone out. As the air cools, it contracts, drawing the water up-ward. Much of this cooling occurs while the candle is still burn-File Size: 1MB. The air inside the balloon is heated, causing the air pressure to increase, making the air spread out, making it push against the sides of the balloon. The pressure inside the balloon is now NOT equal to the outside. The balloon will expand until the pressure inside the balloon (or temperature), is the same as the pressure (temperature) outside.
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out of 5 stars Usbourne Science with Air. Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 7, Verified Purchase. The book was in lovely condition and came very quickly. Usborne is fantastic andwe have a lot of fun with the activities.
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