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Tuesday, August 22 2017

Please order by KIT Number only.

All kits are shipped on a first come, first served basis.

Use the "Request Equipment" link to order.

1-99: General Science                                  100-199:  Biology
200-299:  Chemistry                                     300-399:  Physics

General Science Kits

Kit

Item

Description

1

GONE

2

3 Hanging pan balances

 

3

GONE

 

4

2 Triple beam balances

 

5

GONE

10

GONE

11

GONE

 

12

GONE

 

13

GONE

 

20

GONE

21

GONE

 

Biology Kits

Increase the engagement with more microscopes per classroom!

Kit

Item

Description

101

GONE

102

4 Microscopes

Mirror Illuminated with 3 objectives.

103

GONE

104

GONE

105

GONE

106

GONE

107

1 Microscope

108

GONE

109

GONE

110

GONE

111

GONE

112

GONE

113

7 Microscopes

114

GONE

115

3 Microscopes

 

2 mirror illuminated + 1 bulb illuminated

116

GONE

117

1 Microscope

118

1 Microscope

119

2 Microscopes

120

GONE

121

2 Microscopes

Bulb illuminated

122

6 Microscopes

Mirror Illuminated

123

3 Microscopes

Mirror Illuminated

124

4 Microscopes

125

4 Microscopes

126

GONE

127

GONE

128

GONE

129

GONE

130

GONE

131

4 Microscopes

132

3 Microscopes

133

4 Microscopes

134

4 Microscopes

135

4 Microscopes

136

5 Microscopes

137

4 Microscopes

138

4 Microscopes

139

4 Microscopes

140

4 Microscopes

141

4 Microscopes

142

4 Microscopes

143

4 Microscopes

144

4 Microscopes

145

4 Microscopes

146

1 Microscope

147

GONE

148

5 Microscopes

Bulb illuminated

149

3 Microscopes

1 bulb Illuminated + 2 Dissecting (only 1 working eyepiece each)

150

GONE

151

GONE

152

GONE

153

GONE

154

GONE

155

GONE

156

GONE

157

GONE

158

GONE

159

Misc. Bones

Misc animal bones 

160

GONE

161

GONE

 

Chemistry Kits

Kits

Items

Descriptions

200

GONE

201

GONE

202

GONE

 

Physics Kits

Kit

Item

Description

300

GONE

301

GONE

302

GONE

303

GONE

304

GONE

305

GONE

306

GONE

307

GONE

 

308

GONE

309

GONE

310

GONE

311

GONE

312

GONE

313

GONE

314

GONE

315

GONE

316

GONE

317

GONE

318

GONE

319

GONE

320

GONE

321

GONE

322

GONE

323

GONE

324

GONE

325

GONE

326

GONE

327

GONE

328

GONE

329

GONE

330

Rotary motion sensors
Geiger Counters

Classroom set of rotary  motion sensors and Geiger counters to use along with kits 319,323,327

331

Motion sensors

Classroom set of motion sensors to use along with kits 319,323,327

332

GONE

333

GONE

334

GONE

335

GONE

 

336

Oscilloscope

20mHz oscilloscope

337

GONE

338

GONE

339

GONE

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