2 edition of Experiments with magnetism. found in the catalog.
Experiments with magnetism.
Instructions for performing forty experiments with magnets and easily available materials.
|Statement||Illustrated by Julio Granda.|
|Contributions||Sootin, Harry., Granda, Julio, illus.|
|LC Classifications||QC753 .S57 1968|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 86 p.|
|Number of Pages||86|
|LC Control Number||68020579|
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They explain how to do them exactly with a lot of details and how to trouble-shoot.4/5(1). 7 of the 9 "experiments" (most are actually demonstrations) are interesting for much younger children however experiments #7 and #9 do not work at all as they have presented them in the book. Exp.
7: They say to wrap plastic twist ties on one end of a copper wire to hold it tightly together, but this is not possible as the other side springs loose, etc. Exp. 9 they say to tape Cited by: 1.
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