A Glass Pascal Law Experiment It is used for demonstration that pressure is transferred evenly in all directions. It has a hollow glass ball with small holes and a tube with a piston. Pressure, produced in the liquid or gas, is transferred unchanged to each outlet of the liquid or gas. This statement stems from Pascal’s law. Length 36 cm.
Comes from the former possession of an old school
Is completely intact and in working condition
Will be securely packaged and sent by registered mail, shipping costs depending on the destination
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