1Q40.70 - Cons. of Angular Momentum - Vortex Cone
The Vortex Cones may have to be cleaned using plastic polish and a soft cloth. The 1 inch steel balls seem to work very well in the large model.
24 inch diameter and 40 inch diameter fiberglass cones are available plus the smaller 10 inch plastic cone.
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- S-075, "VORTX Funnel Coin Collector", DICK and RAE Physics Demo Notebook.
- M-822, "Garbage Bag - VORTX - Ball & String", DICK and RAE Physics Demo Notebook.
- M-742, "Ball on String - Coin in Balloon", DICK and RAE Physics Demo Notebook.
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