Newton's Cradle Kit
- Age: 10yrs. & up
- Make a famous executive toy, which explains Newton’s laws of motion
- Physics Project to understand conservation of energy and momentum
- Ideal tool for doing science projects.
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- This product will be shipped along with required material and manual. Manual has details of how to perform various activities using this kit, theoretical concepts covered by them.
- It is an ideal gift item for kids and students, kids
'Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn’- Benjamin Franklin
Provide Joyful and Meaningful Learning Experience
Instill wonder and fascination towards science among young students
Ignite interest in subject and inculcate a scientific attitude
Motivate Out of the box thinking, Imagination, inquisitive mind
Channelize energy of children in a focused direction
Newton's cradle, named after Sir Isaac Newton, is a device that demonstrates the conservation of momentum and energy via a series of swinging spheres.
If one ball is pulled away and is let to fall, it strikes the first ball in the series and comes to a dead stop.
The ball on the opposite side of the series acquires the momentum of the first ball almost instantly and swings in an arc that one would expect of the first ball.
The intermediate balls appear stationary. In fact, the cradle continues to work even if the intermediate balls are physically clamped still. This is also counter-intuitive - transmitting motion, without moving.
The first impact produces a shock wave that propagates through the intermediate balls. A hard material such as steel is very good at doing this.
Newton's cradle is a clear visual example of the conservation of both momentum (mass x velocity) and kinetic energy (0.5 x mass x velocity^2) in a mechanical system