Westminster Classic Newtons Cradle Balance Balls 7-Inch Long Desktop Display Shows Off Conservation of Momentum and Kinetic Energy
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- MESMERIZING TO WATCH – This 7” desktop display model is a version of Newton’s cradle, a device that demonstrates conservation of momentum and energy via a series of identically sized swinging spheres.
CLASSIC SCIENCE The Newton's Cradle has been around for a long time and to this day remains an icon in the science community for it's simple display of an important law in physics. A DEMONSTRATION OF PHYSICS This device demonstrates Newtons conservation of momentum and energy via a series of identically sized swinging spheres. When one ball on the end is lifted and released the resulting force travels through the line and pushes the last ball outward. Manufactured by Westminster. GREAT DESK DECOR Place this on your desk at work and take a mental break from a stressful day by watching this soothing and appealing sculpture display. This can go anywhere in your home as well; the placement of this piece will create a serene atmosphere just about anywhere! INCREDIBLE SCIENCE Because it uses Newtons Laws it was named after Sir Isaac Newton English physicist mathematician and astronomer but was actually "invented" (brought into commercial application) in 1967 by English actor Simon Prebble. MESMERIZING TO WATCH This 7 desktop display model is a version of Newtons cradle a device that demonstrates conservation of momentum and energy via a series of identically sized swinging spheres.
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|Quantity Available in Stock||36|
|Dimensions of Package||1.9x6x7.2|
|Manufacturer Part Number||2506|
|Amazon ASIN Code||B0154JOUZM|
|Packaged Product Weight||0.9|