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On File "TM" is our award-winning collection of visual reference materials. Each On File "TM" depicts complex subjects in a way that both engages and informs students and researchers. These flexible resources fit into every curriculum.<br>– Instructors can use the pages for handouts, overheads, posters, and testing.<br>– Students can use them as quick sources of information, to reference curriculum topics, or to supplement their essays and reports.<br>– On Files "TM" are available in either binder or electronic format.<br>– All of the maps, charts, diagrams, and illustrations are designed in clean black-and-white graphics and are printed on sturdy pages.<br>– Pages are housed in durable three-ring binders.<br>– Replacement pages are available if they are lost or stolen.<p>Recaptures the Excitement of History’s Scientific Breakthroughs<p>Historical Science Experiments On File "TM" offers more than sixty-five hands-on projects that both students and teachers can use to recreate the groundbreaking work of such pioneers as Archimedes, Galileo, Sir Isaac Newton, Daniel Gabriel Fahrenheit, Robert Hooke, and Hugo Marie de Vries. Its multidisciplinary approach permits students to view the experiment and the scientist who conducted it in a historical context.<p>The experiments span all fields of science, including chemistry, biology, botany, life sciences, and physics. Each entry carries all the information the student needs to recreate the experiment: <br>– A description of the original procedure<br>– Time requirements<br>– A detailed list of materials<br>– Safety precautions<br>– Step-by-step procedures<br>– An analysis of results.<p>A Biography of Each Scientist<p>This resourcealso carries supplemental information to enrich the student’s appreciation of the experiment, including an introduction and a short biography of the scientist that includes a timeline of the important events in the subject’s life in the context of world events.<p>Partial Table of Contents: <p>Biographies<p>Chemistry<p>Rey: Burning Metals into Ash<p>Black: Discovery of Carbon Dioxide<p>Lane: Carbon Dioxide and the Formation of Rust<p>Kirchhof: Starch Is Made Up of Sugar Units<p>Life Sciences<p>Harvey: Discovering the Circulation of the Blood<p>Hooke: Discovery of Cells in Cork<p> Beaumont: The Process of Digestion<p>Darwin: Growth Movements in Plants<p>Morgan: Sex Linkage in Fruit Flies<p>Mechanics and General Physics<p>Archimedes: The Principles of Levers<p>Galileo: The Periodic Time of a Pendulum Is Constant<p>Hooke: The Science of Stretching<p>Young: Measuring the Strength and Elasticity of Materials<p>Electricity and Magnetism<p>Gilbert: Electrics and Nonelectrics<p>Norman: Discovery of Magnetic Dip<p>Volta: The Voltaic Pile<p>Oersted: The Electromagnetic Field<p>Ohm: Current, Voltage, and Resistance<p>Light and Sound<p>Alhazen: Looking at Eclipses<p> Snell: The Law of Refraction of Light<p>Newton: Newton’s Rings<p> Herschel: Discovery of Infrared Rays<p>Chladni: Vibration of Metal Plates<p>Ritter: Discovery of Ultraviolet Rays<p>Heat and Energy<p>Galileo: How Hot Is Hot?<p>Charles: Charles’ Law<p> Boyle: Measuring the "Spring" of Air<p>Leidenfrost: The Lifetime of Droplets on Very Hot Surfaces<p>Faraday: Investigating the Properties of Candle Flames<p>Black: Hidden Heat.