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Author: Marvin N Tolman; James O Morton
Publisher: West Nyack, N.Y. : Parker Pub. Co., ©1986.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Juvenile audience : English
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Genre/Form: Juvenile works
Juvenile literature
Material Type: Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Marvin N Tolman; James O Morton
ISBN: 0136697976 9780136697978
OCLC Number: 14233236
Description: [30], 263 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm.
Contents: About the Library --
How to Use Book II: Physical Sciences --
Concept/ Skills Index --
To the Teacher --
How Can You Get Salt Out of Pepper? --
2: What Can You Learn from an Egg? --
How Can You Tell if Water Is Hot or Cold without Touching It? --
How Does a Camera See the World? --
How Can a Water Drop Make Things Larger? --
How Can Water Make a Coin Appear? --
What Do Bears Know That People Don't? --
Can You Find The Coin? --
How Can You Make a Glass Disappear? --
How Can a Thread Help Carry Your Voice? --
How Well Does Sound Travel through Solids? --
What Happens When You Burn a Candle at Both Ends? --
How Can the Depth of a Bathyscaph Be Controlled? --
What Are Solids, Liquids, and Gases? --
What Are Mixtures and Solutions? --
Is Dissolving Solids a Physical Change or a Chemical Change? --
What Is Rust? --
How Can Chemical Changes Help You Write a Secret Message? --
How Dry Can You Wring a Wet Sponge? --
What Is Condensation? --
What Is the Shape of a Drop of Water? --
How Does Temperature Affect the Speed of Molecules? --
How Does Temperature Affect Solubility? --
How Can Perfume Get into a Sealed Balloon? --
How Can You Cause Molecules to Move through solids? --
What Is Viscosity? --
How Can a Blown-Out Candle Relight Itself? --
How Can You Remove the Flame from a Candle without Putting It Out? --
How Can You Make One Type of Fire Extinguisher? --
How Can You Make a Ball Bounce by Itself? --
What Is Polyethylene? --
How Does a Hydrometer Work? --
How Can You Make Large Sugar Crystals from Tiny Ones? --
How Is Work Measured? --
How Much Energy Is Stored in a Bow? --
How Can You Get the Most Energy from the Sun? --
What Other Type of Energy Accompanies Light from the Sun? --
How Do Molecules Behave When Heated? --
What Happens to Solids as They Are Heated and Cooled? --
What Happens to Liquids as They Are Heated and Cooled? --
What Happens to Gases as They Are Heated and Cooled? --
How Does a Nail Change as It Is Driven into a Board? --
How Can the Energy of Sound Cause Something to Move? --
How Can Magnetism Do Work? --
How Does Gravity Affect Heavy and Light Objects? --
What Is Center of Gravity? --
Where Is Your Center of Gravity? --
What Is Centrifugal Force? --
What Is Inertia? --
How Do Potential Energy and Kinetic Energy Compare? --
How Much Horsepower Do You Have? --
Why Do Shadows Change in Size? --
What Can You Make with a Shadow? --
What Path Does Light Follow? --
How Does Color Affect Energy Absorbed from Light? --
What Happened to the Pencil? --
Can You Find the Coin? --
How Can a Postage Stamp Hide under Clear Glass? --
What Makes Light Bend? --
How Does Water Affect Light Travel? --
How Can You Make a Lens from a Drop of Water? --
How Are Convex and Concave Lenses Different? --
How Can You Measure the Magnifying Power of a Lens? --
How Does a Lens Affect Light Travel? --
What Color Is White? --
What Does a Prism Do to Light? --
How Can You Make a Prism? --
What Affects the Quality of Reflection? --
What Is the Difference between Reflected Light and Source Light? --
What Is Reflected Light? --
How Is Light Reflection Like the Bounce of a Ball? --
How Many Images Can You See? --
How Well Can You Control the Reflection of Light? --
How Does a Periscope Work? --
How Can You Pour Light? --
How Can You Make a Glass Disappear? --
What Is Color? --
What Is Sound? --
What Are Some Things Sounds Tell Us? --
How Well Can You Match Sounds? --
How Are Sounds Made? --
What Causes Sound? --
How Do We Produce Sounds? --
Can Sounds Be Shaped? --
How Can Sounds Be Produced? --
How Can You See Sound? --
How Can You See Your Voice? --
How Does Sound Travel? --
How Can Sound Be Controlled? --
What Happens to Sound When There Are Fewer Molecules? --
What Is a Tuning Fork? --
Can You Make A Goblet Sing? --
How Can Sounds Be Heard More Clearly? --
What Are Some Ways to Use Sound? --
Can You Think of Words That Sound Like the Object They Describe? --
Can You Invent or Make a Musical Instrument? --
What Happens When You Rub Your Hands Together? --
How Do Lubricants Affect Friction? --
How Do Starting Friction and Sliding Friction Compare? --
How Does Rolling Friction Compare with Sliding Friction? --
What Is the Advantage of a First-Class Lever? --
What Type of Simple Machine Is the Teeter-Totter? --
How Can a Lever Be Used to Lift Heavy Things? --
How Can You Predict the Effort Required to Lift a Load with a First-Class Lever? --
What Do We Lose as We Gain Force with a Lever? --
How Is a Second-Class Lever Different from a First-Class Lever? --
What Do You Gain and What Do You Lose by Using a Second-Class Lever? --
What Is a Third-Class Lever? --
What Is Gained and What Is Lost by Using a Third-Class Lever? --
What Is the Wheel-and-Axle? --
What Type of Simple Machine Is the Pencil Sharpener? --
What Is a Fixed Pulley? --
What Is a Movable Pulley? --
What Can Be Gained by Combining Fixed and Movable Pulleys? --
What Is an Inclined Plane? --
What Is a Wedge? --
What Is a Screw? --
What Kind of Simple Machine Is the Screwdriver? --
Which Rock Is Different? --
Where Did the First Metal Magnet Come From? --
What Will a Magnet Pick Up? --
What Do Magnets Look Like? --
How Do Magnets Get Their Names? --
Which Magnet Is Strongest? --
Through Which Substances Can Magnetism Pass? --
What Part of a Magnet Has the Strongest Pull? --
What Is a Special Property of Magnetism? --
How Can You See a Magnetic Field? --
What Happens When a Magnet Can Turn Freely? --
What Is a Compass? --
How Can You Make a Compass? --
What Are the Earth's Magnetic Poles? --
How Do Materials Become Magnetized? --
How Can You Find the Poles of a Lodestone? --
How Does a Dry-Cell or Flashlight Battery Work? --
How Can Electricity Be Produced by a Lemon? --
How Can Mechanical Energy Produce Electricity? --
What Is a New, Importdnt Source of Electric Power? --
How Can Electricity Help Us Communicate? --
Bibliography --
Sources of Free and Inexpensive Materials --
Science Supply Houses.
Responsibility: Marvin N. Tolman, James O. Morton.

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