Electricity Experiments for Children
Fifty-five projects in electricity, magnetism, electronics; making a compass, wiring a simple electromagnet, obtaining electricity from a lemon, reactivating a dry cell, making a flashlight, constructing a Geiger counter. All safe.
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1%-volt dry cell 10-inch lengths 1001 QUESTIONS ANSWERED alternating current ammonium chloride Assemble the equipment atoms battery bell wire blotting paper bolt called capacitor carrier waves cathode causes cellophane tape circuit cobalt Coloring Book compass conductor connect the negative copper strips demonstration flashlight socket electric current electrolyte electromagnetic radiation electron tube element farad feet of thin flashlight bulb flow Follow this procedure following equipment Gather the following Geiger Geiger counter geographic poles headphones Hold the magnet hole inches long inside insulated copper wire iron filings lead strips length of bell length of wire light goes magnet close magnetic pole molecules move the magnet nail needle negative terminal neutrons nichrome nickel north pole observe pencil lead pieces of carbon positive terminal push button radio waves rubber scientists Scrape the insulation screw driver side silverplated sound waves south pole spool switch thread touch the metal watt-hour wire wood wool