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Working Principle âÂ Centre of Mass You would have seen some people performing stunts by driving a bike on a rope. Have you ever wondered what is the reason behind their stability on the rope? The aim of this experiment is to assemble a small ropeway on which a biker rides...
Working Principle -Â hydrophobic sand From our experience, we know that anything we put in water gets wet. But his kit brings a surprise for you. This magic sand when put in water does not get wet but can be taken out of water completely dry
Working Principle -Â Non-Newtonian fluid Slime is an unforgettable experience that lends itself to any classroom and any age student. This DIY kit gives you a chance to make your own slime.
Working Principle -Â Water absorbent Polymers Check out thisÂ snow making kit, which lets your kids experience the science of water-absorbent polymers. Just pour some water onto the Snow powder and watch it expand.
Working Principle -Â Action of water-soluble sodium or potassium salts of fatty acids which basically make the water molecules more slippery thereby increasing their interactivity with dirt and grease. We all use soap daily. Have you ever wondered what this soap is made of. This DIY kit gives you a chance...
Science kit with 100+ practical applications, this educational fun kit is a must-have for every kid. This electronic kit is consists of a bar magnet, connecting wires, DC motor, Dynamo motor, pulley, ring magnet, and many more parts with the help of which endless science experiments can be performed.