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### We found 58 resources with the concept fluids

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#### Creepy Putty

Mold your learners into materials engineers. Using glue, Borax, and water, scholars create a viscoelastic material. But your class might know it by another name—Silly Putty.

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#### Fluids in Motion: Crash Course Physics #15

How do fluids act when they are moving? A thorough video lesson explains the characteristics of fluids while in motion. Building from the previous lesson in the series, the 15th installment of a Crash Course physics series provides an...

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#### Fluids at Rest: Crash Course Physics #14

Keep the knowledge flowing in your physics classroom! An in-depth video lesson discusses the characteristics of fluids. The narrator includes Pascal's Principle and Archimede's Principle as well as buoyant force. This is the 14th lesson...

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#### The Spitfire's Fatal Flaw

In a battle between the Spitfire and the Messerschmidt, the Spitfire had one major problem. A Real Engineering video shows how the Spitfire airplane had a tendency to stall in negative gravity. Along the way, viewers learn about pressure...

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#### Liquids and Solids

What makes something a solid, liquid, or gas? Expand your class' understanding of the states of matter using an animated video. Young scientists explore the behavior of each of the states of matter in terms of temperature change,...

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#### This Pulsating Slime Mold Comes in Peace (ft. It's Okay to Be Smart)

Can you name an organism that isn't a plant, animal, or fungus? Here's a hint: each cell contains thousands of nuclei. Slime mold may not have any appendages, but their movements fascinate scientists. The video focuses on these unique...

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#### Viscosity: The Fluid Lab

There's more to fluids than meet the eye—they include gases, liquids, and polymers, too! Scholars complete three hands-on activities exploring different properties of fluids. They explore viscosity by measuring the resistance, or...

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#### Under Pressure

Do you work better under pressure? Pupils explore pressure when altering fluid density, gravity, container shape, and volume. Units can be converted to kPa, atm, and psi. To finish, scholars describe pressure as a function of depth,...

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#### Lymphatic System

Learn about the lymphatic system and its role in maintaining homeostasis in the 44th video in a series of 47. The narrator shows learners the anatomy of the lymphatic system and its role in supporting the cardiovascular system. He then...

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#### Pump it Up!

Create a model of the circulatory system. A STEM activity prompts groups to learn about the circulatory system and fluid pressure. They build a device that applies these concepts to move fluids.

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#### Fun With Nanotechnology

Introduce your class to nanotechnology applications with three demonstrations that showcase scientific principles related to ferrofluids, quantum dots, and gold nanoparticles. Groups will work more closely with these applications in the...

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#### Fluids

In 1879, Sir William Crookes discovered the fourth state of matter, plasma. The presentation covers states of matter, phase changes, density, pressure Pascal's Principle, buoyant force, Archimedes' Principle, Bernoulli's Principle,...

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#### Magnetic Fluids

Teams work as material engineers to create ferrofluids, whose shape is influenced by magnetic fields. The activity, which is the fourth in the six-part series, has the teams create magnetic ink and use it to write, testing it with a...

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#### Rock and Boat

Present the class with a question on whether the water level of a pond will rise they take a large rock out of a boat and drop it into the pond. Groups come down on all sides of the question and try to justify their answers. The activity...

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#### Above-Ground Storage Tank Design Project

The challenge: determine whether a tank will float. A design activity has groups work as engineering teams in order to determine the stability of given tanks and liquid contents. The teams need to determine the equations to calculate the...

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#### Measuring Viscosity

Groups use a marble to determine the viscosity of household fluids. The procedure calls for pupils to measure the amount of time it takes a marble to fall a specified distance in the fluids. Using unit conversions and algebra, the teams...

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#### Viscous Fluids

Elasticity and viscosity. Help your class understand the similarities and differences with an introduction to viscous fluids. After describing four types of fluid behaviors: shear thinning, shear thickening, Bringham plastic, and...

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#### Interstitial Fluid

Humans have more interstitial fluid than blood, but what is interstitial fluid? The video allows learners to understand interstitial fluid by seeing it in a photo, learning its definition, showing where it comes from thanks to...

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#### Forces in Fluids

Buoyancy is the fine line between a ship and a submarine. The presentation covers fluid pressure, air pressure, Pascal's Principle, elevation, Archimedes Principle, buoyancy, and Bernoulli's Principle.

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#### Tippy Tap Plus Piping

Getting water to a tap requires an understanding the fundamentals of fluid flow. Groups design, build, and test a piping system to get water from the source — a five gallon bucket — to a tippy tap. The objective is to be able to fill...

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#### A Shot Under Pressure

You've got to pump it up! Using the equations for projectile motion and Bernoulli's Principle, class members calculate the water pressure in a water gun. The pupils collect data on the number of pumps and distance traveled in order to...

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#### Archimedes' Principle, Pascal's Law and Bernoulli's Principle

What do Pascal's law, Archimedes' Principle, and Bernoulli's Principle have to do with fluid mechanics? The included PowerPoint presentation provides the basic definitions and equations associated with the three. A set of homework...

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#### An Introduction to Nutrition

Whether you need a new textbook for your health class, or a few exercises and passages for your lesson on nutrition, you'll find what you need with a thorough nutritional science resource. With 15 chapters that cover elements of...

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#### Understanding Viscosity through Investigation and Comparison of Fluids

Not all liquids are the same. Investigate the viscosity of different fluids with a series of activities designed for eighth grade science. As learners move through learning centers with different experiment setups, they determine the...