Science Fair Projects
EnergyBook - 1997
Energy is everwhere. A dozen kinds can be spotted without even taking a step, including solar, heat, light, fluid, sound, pressure, electrical, chemical, mechanical, magnetic, electromagnetic and gravity. This is a collection of 55 projects designed to be science-is-all-around-you investigations, using everyday experiences as the resource. It looks at subjects such as: what types of energy are released during a storm?; how does energy change from one form to another?; how does your home lose energy, and how can you prevent it?; what can a simple plastic band teach you about potential energy?; how does microwave energy cook food?; and which spot near your home would be the best to erect a windmill? All the experiments are designed with safety and supervision in mind.
Publisher: New York : Sterling, 1997
Characteristics: 95 p. : ill
Alternative Title: Energy