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                D ear Customer,          welcome to our new Irwin Optika Kits Science catalogue, the result of our R&D d ivision's efforts - a teamof physicists, chemists, biologists and scientists to m eet   market demands by designing and producing durable, user-friendly scientific laboratory equipment. WHY BUY IRWIN OPTIKA SCIENCE KITS..? )8F/U/LL7:2 Y2EA<(R$W5A:R$R5A5N$T1Y7<  RESEA&R2C0H3(&7D,7E,9V(EL3O5,P&M(6ENT  2(00BE$S1T8V)A$L&U7E85,1*   &C8U6S7T2O0M(E5R6S(E5R9V,&IC(E   TEC0H$N'IC(A,1LS,7U$P/P

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P50 Lenght, area, volume and capacity Basic Topics Space 0DWWHU Bodies The three layers of matter Other properties of bodies: impenetrability Other properties of bodies What does compare different bodies mean? 4XDOLWDWLYHDQGTXDQWLWDWLYHFRPSDULVRQV 0HDVXUDEOHSURSHUWLHVSK\VLFDOTXDQWLWLHV 0HDVXULQJDSK\VLFDOTXDQWLW\ Decimal metric system Length Linear ruler: calibrated system *HRPHWU\ Basic geometry bodies and the real world Straight lines and curved lines 0HDVXULQJZKHHO 32 Curvimeter Closed lines 3ODQHÀJXUHVERXQGDU\OLQHVDQGDUHD 3HULPHWHURIDSODQHÀJXUH $UHDRIDSODQHÀJXUH Simple polygons Regular simple polygons ,VRSHULPHWULFDOSRO\JRQVDQGHTXLH[WHQGHGSRO\JRQV How to compare two polygons 5HFWDQJOHVDQGVTXDUHV How to measure the area of an irregular polygon Bodies in real life 9ROXPHRIVROLGERGLHV 9ROXPHRIOLTXLGERGLHV *UDGXDWHGF\OLQGHU 9ROXPHRIDQLUUHJXODUVROLGERG\ Page 3 www.irwinscienceeducation.com sales@irwinscienceeducation.com Tel: 01376 340 506

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P51 Weight force and gravity force Basic Topics The actual meaning of words Force, a primitive concept Some examples of force Elastic and plastic materials How to compare forces How to measure the strenght of a force )RUFHLVDSK\VLFDOTXDQWLW\ Types of force Weight force How to compare two weights How to measure weight Weight units of measure in the decimal metric system Kilogram-force multiples and submultiples 23 Weight units of measure in the international system The spring balance The vectorial representation of forces Free-falling bodies The vectorial representation of weight force The barycentre The reason why the leaning tower of pisa does not fall Non contact forces Weight is a non contact force Weight is not constant Which kind of body falls down faster, the light or heavy ones? The origin of weight: gravity force Why the moon does not fall down on earth  Page 5 www.irwinscienceeducation.com sales@irwinscienceeducation.com Tel: 01376 340 506

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P52 6SHFLÀFZHLJKWDQGÁRDWLQJ   Basic Topics 0DWWHUDQGREMHFWV 0DWHULDOV A bit of history 7HFKQLTXH Property of materials An important physical property of materials: heaviness Unit of measurement of weight Unit of measurement of volume Spring scale: an instrument to measure weight +RZWRPHDVXUHWKHYROXPHRIDQREMHFW How to compare the heaviness of materials 6SHFLÀFZHLJKW 20 Reduction to unit 6SHFLÀFZHLJKWRIDVROLGPDWHULDO 6SHFLÀFZHLJKWRIDOLTXLGPDWHULDO 6SHFLÀFZHLJKWRIDVDWXUDWHGVROXWLRQ Reverse formulas +RZWRYDU\WKHZHLJKWRIDQREMHFW :HLJKWRIDQREMHFWLPPHUVHGLQDOLTXLG The archimedes thrust Floating of solid bodies ([SHULPHQWDOTXHVWLRQ 6RPHWLPHVLWÁRDWVDQGVRPHWLPHVLWVLQNV )ORDWLQJRIOLTXLGERGLHV  Page 7 www.irwinscienceeducation.com sales@irwinscienceeducation.com Tel: 01376 340 506

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P53 Force, mass and density Basic Topics What is a force? What happens when two bodies are interacting? Effect due to interaction between two bodies Another effect due to interaction between two bodies How to compare different interactions Take stock of the situation Physical magnitude Force is a physical magnitude How many forces are there? *UDYLW\IRUFH Weight *UDSKLFDOUHSUHVHQWDWLRQRIIRUFHV Spring scale Unit of measure of the force intensity Characteristics of forces that depend on distance 23 Weight decreases if the distance from the Earth center increases Body’s volume depends on temperature Changeable properties and unchangeable properties 8QFKDQJHDEOHSURSHUW\PRWLRQTXDQWLW\ New physical magnitude: mass +RZWRPHDVXUHDQREMHFW·VPDVV 0DVVXQLWPHDVXUHLQWKHLQWHUQDWLRQDOV\VWHP Scale plates Relationship between mass and volume of same material Relationship between mass and volume of different material Density Weight on other planets 0DWWHULQHUWLD 0DVVDQGPRWLRQ The fundamental law of dynamics  Page 9 www.irwinscienceeducation.com sales@irwinscienceeducation.com Tel: 01376 340 506

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P54 Pressure P Basic Topics How to walk on snow When a force is applied to a point When a force is applied to an area Imprint game What are the elements on which the imprint depends? Pressure meaning Pressure: a new physical magnitude Confusion into common language Knives, nails, tacks and so on 3UHVVXUHDQGOLTXLGV +RZWRDSSO\DIRUFHWRDOLTXLG 23 How to apply a force to a gas 3UHVVXUHLQOLTXLGV The Pascal principle :KHQSUHVVXUHLQOLTXLGLVSURGXFHGE\LWVZHLJKW $SUHVVXUHSURSHUW\WKDWLVJHQHUDWHGE\DOLTXLG·VZHLJKW The Stevin principle Two effects due to the Stevin principle *DVSUHVVXUH *DVHVDQGWKH3DVFDOSULQFLSOH Atmospheric pressure One proof of atmospheric pressure existence  Page 11 www.irwinscienceeducation.com sales@irwinscienceeducation.com Tel: 01376 340 506

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P When a force is not applied to a point, but is spread over an area, to evaluate its effects it is necessary to FRQVLGHU QRW RQO\ WKH IRUFH·V LQWHQVLW\ EXW DOVR WKH DUHDRQZKLFKLWLVDSSOLHG 7KHUDWLREHWZHHQWKHIRUFHLQWHQVLW\DQGWKHDUHDLV GHÀQHGDVSUHVVXUH Pressure in liquids Pressure Items 1 Scale plate 1 Balloon 1 Ruler 1 Spring scale 1 Dropper 1 Stain bottle 1 Cardboard 1 Brass rod 1 Aluminium rod 1 Bowl 1 Semolina pack box 1 Cork, nails and tacks 1 Pascal apparatus 1 Stevin apparatus 1 Scotch-tape 1 Stamp pad 1 Rubber stopper 1 500ml plastic beaker 1 Basin 1 Rubber pear switch 1 Test tube 1 Box 1 Teaching guidgeuide Box Teaching guide included www.irwinscienceeducation.com sales@irwinscienceeducation.com Tel: 01376 340 506  Page 12

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P55 :RUNHQHUJ\DQGSRZHU P Basic Topics What is a transformation? Physical and chemical transformations Balanced and unbalanced forces Our concept of work in everyday speech The concept of work in physics :RUNDIXUWKHUSK\VLFDOTXDQWLW\ When a force is not parallel to the displacement Our concept of energy in everyday speech The concept of energy in physics Work and energy How to measure energy The two forms of mechanical energy Kinetic energy 19 *UDYLWDWLRQDOSRWHQWLDOHQHUJ\ Elastic and plastic materials Elastic potential energy Further forms of energy The properties of energy 0HFKDQLFDOHQHUJ\WUDQVIRUPDWLRQV Non usable energy The atomic constitution of matter Electric potential energy The hydraulic circuit The electric circuit Energy and human activities Power  Page 13 www.irwinscienceeducation.com sales@irwinscienceeducation.com Tel: 01376 340 506

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