6A60.35 - Magnifying Lenses
Place the large magnifying lens in front of your face in the classroom.
- Mickey D. Kutzner and Samantha Snelling, "Measuring Magnification of Virtual Images Using Digital Cameras", TPT, Vol. 54, #8, Nov. 2016, p. 503.
- Terrence P. Toepker, "Experimenting with Magnification", TPT, Vol. 48, # 9, December 2010, p. 564.
- Christopher M. Graney, "Is Magnification Consistent?", TPT, Vol. 48, # 7, Oct. 2010, p. 475.
- J. Gerard Anderson, "Matching Magnifiers", TPT, Vol. 39, #6, Sept. 2001, p. 325.
- Barbara Andereck and Sherri Secrest, "The Magic Magnifier", TPT, Vol. 39, # 5, May 2001, p. 301.
- Erlend H. Graf, "How Do You Use a Magnifying Glass?", TPT, Vol. 39, #5, May 2001, p. 298.
- Pat Murphy, Ellen Macaulay, and the staff of the Exploratorium, "Lens Experiments", Exploratopia, p. 290.
- Sara Stein, "Magnifications", The Science Book, p. 193.
- Tik L. Liem, "Start A Fire With A Magnifying Glass", Invitations to Science Inquiry - Supplement to 1st and 2nd Ed. p. 78.
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