The Holiday Shop is Open for Business!
  • Main image for Solar Radiometer
  • Solar Radiometer

    GF8419 10939266286

    This product is not available!

    View Full Product Details >

    Overview

    Curious kids and grown-ups alike will be mesmerized by this Solar Radiometer. Also known as a Crookes radiometer—named for its inventor, Sir William Crookes—the small diamond-shaped vanes or wings begin to turn when exposed to light or heat. You'll have to look up the science behind this fascinating device yourself, but you will notice that the brighter the light shining on the glass globe, the faster the vanes turn. Even if you're not inclined to learn about the science at work, you'll enjoy having this unique item on your desk or even displayed on a mantel at home. For ages 8 and up.

    • Classic Crookes radiometer
    • Diamond-shaped vanes turn when exposed to light or heat
    • Demonstrates scientific principles
    • Conversation-starting desk item
    • For ages 8 and up

    More Info

    Dimensions
    Approx. 5"H

Your Recently Viewed Items and Featured Recommendations

    Solar RadiometerGF8419
    0005
    USD14.99
    phw.product.htm
    simple
    product.htm
    49
    113
    6286
    GF8419
    1093926
    Office and Desk Accents
    Solar Radiometer

    $14.99

    822

    Tuesday, October 17, 2017 9:48:59 AM
    close

    Estimated Standard Shipping Delivery Dates



    Delivery time estimates do not apply to personalized, large or heavy items (over 20lbs.) that require special shipping, items shipped directly from the manufacturer, or out-of-stock items.

    Delivery estimates only apply to the contiguous United States. Saturday, Sunday and national holidays are not considered business days for these estimated transit days.

    X
    To chat with a representative fill out the form below and press "Chat". While only your name and an email is required, we will be able to serve you better if you supply your phone number.
    Chat hours are:
    Monday - Saturday: 8am - 10pm Eastern Time