Shop Our Categories www.sci-supply.com Search site Physics & Physical Science Advanced Physics Electricity Power Supplies Sliding Rheostats Electrostatics Wimshurst Machines Heat Light Magnetism Measurement Mechanics Sound Laboratory Alternative Energy Science Kits Educator Bulk Packs CLEARANCE Submit Search Helpful Information Site Help / FAQ Shipping Info Returns Product Instructions Purchase Orders Tax Exempt Customers Contact Us Savings & Promotions Coupons Website Security Nav Menu 5 Nav Menu 6 Nav Menu 7 Nav Menu 8 Home > Physics & Physical Science > Magnetism > Magnetic Field in a Current Carrying Wire Demo, Set of 3 Our Price: $29.95 Quantity in Stock:(Out of Stock) Availability:: Usually Ships in 24 Hours Product Code: SS2320 Qty: DESCRIPTION This set of 3 plastic liquid-filled devices is used to demonstrate the magnetic field of a current carrying wire in different configurations. This set requires a 12-18 Volt DC power supply. When current is introduced to the wire, the iron filings floating in the viscous liquid will demonstrate the lines of force when moved over the magnetic field. The first demo shows what happens when a flat plane is pierced by a wire carrying a current. The second demo shows what happens when a current carrying loop pierces a plane. The third demonstrates what happens when a current carrying solenoid pierces a plane. Click on the product photos above to enlarge. We introduced current to this set prior to taking the product photos. Instructions Included. Related Items Floating & Spining Magnet Demonstration Magnetic Wands, Each Iron Filings, Fine, 500g Faraday's Magnetic Field Induction Experiment Kit Our Price: $7.49 Add Our Price: $0.99 Add Our Price: $4.95 Add Our Price: $19.95 Add Iron Filings, Coarse, 500g Bottle Faraday's Magnetic Field Induction Apparatus Magnet Ring, Ceramic, 30x10x6mm, Pack of 10 Tangent Galvanometer w/ Compass Our Price: $4.95 Add Our Price: $11.95 Add Our Price: $4.99 Add Sale Price: $22.95 Add Average Rating: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 1 Write a review » 0 of 0 people found the following review helpful: Looks Good September 22, 2017 Reviewer: Ian from Ireland They arrived promtly. Haven't used them in the classroom yet, but they look good and solid. Was this review helpful to you?