• Measuring Energy Efficiency (Developed by SEPUP) Kit #206S

    Measuring Energy Efficiency (Developed by SEPUP) Kit #206S

    $93.00



    Measuring Energy Efficiency (Developed by SEPUP) Kit #206S

    Students investigate energy transformations and explore the efficiency of these transformations. In Part I, students estimate the efficiency of a flashlight bulb to produce light by using calorimetry to measure how much “waste” heat energy is produced. In Part II, students calculate and compare price, energy consumption, and cost per hour for incandescent and compact fluorescent bulbs.

    Energy is transferred in many ways
    Electrical circuits provide a means of transferring electrical energy
    Identifying and controlling variables is essential to good experimental design


    9 9-volt battery harnesses with alligator clips
    9 Hot Bulb trays, LAB-AIDS®
    9 #50 flashlight bulbs (7.5 volts, 0.22 amperes)
    9 sockets
    9 Foam caps
    9 Thermometers
    1 Transparency: Energy Laws
    Note: This kit requires the use of nine 9-volt batteries that are not included
    32 Student Worksheets and Guides
    1 Teacher’s Guide
    Recommend number of students
    maximum 32 at the same time
    Number of groups
    maximum 8 at the same time
    Total potential number of students
    unlimited

            


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