1H11.20 - Tennis Ball Cannon - T-Shirt Cannon
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- Steve Shropshire, "Demos That Burn, Demos That Boom: Potato Gun Projectile Motion Activity/Lab", AAPT Summer Meeting 1998, Session CA5.
- Steve Shropshire, "Demos That Burn, Demos That Boom: Tennis Ball Cannon Action/Reaction Demo", AAPT Summer Meeting 1998, Session CA5.
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