In this book, Wood concentrates on how heat can be changed into work, producing electrical and mechanical energy. These absorbing projects will acquaint students with the potentials and limitations of heat when applied to metals, liquids, and air. The experiments demonstrate how heat creates wind currents, how heated air crushes a can, how the freezing point of water changes under pressure, how to make a heat motor, and much more.
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