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Published in : 2010-12-07 | by Aaron Batts
A very basic example of the physics term: Convection Heat Transfer.
Published in : 2012-06-14 | by Tiffany Kent
Descriptions and pictures. Middle School level.
Published in : 2013-03-14 | by Mr. Temme
Convection appears in many systems in the universe. A heated fluid will expand, increasing the volume, and decreasing the density so the heated fluid floats in its surroundings. When cooled...
Published in : 2015-04-05 | by Science For Kids
Jacob and Sam explore heat transfer by convection. They make a teabag rocket to demonstrate the hot air rising causes convection currents. They also dismantle a heater to show how it heats...
Published in : 2011-10-03 | by Andi Lucas
This was a video myself and two other teachers created for 8th grade Physical Science. We are all clearly aware of some of the "nuances" that some of you have kindly, and might I add, not...
Published in : 2016-03-21 | by Science Up with the Singing Zoologist
Ready for another? The wetland rap is gonna blow you away! -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- This fun science experiment illustrates convection currents with high...
Published in : 2010-11-26 | by physicsfield
When the water at the bottom of the flask is heated, it expands. The expanded water is less dense than the surrounding water and therefore starts to rise. In doing so, the cooler regions of...
Published in : 2008-03-26 | by teacherAJH
Using a small fish tank filled with water placed over a bowl of hot water and a bowl of ice, the convection currents can be seen using red and blue food dye. A great demo for school science.
Published in : 2010-02-21 | by Aurora4Science
A stand-alone classroom demonstration on the process of natural convection caused by temperature variation. Air enters a box through a chimney, is heated by a candle, and then pushes upward...
Published in : 2013-03-24 | by Angles and Acid
A simple demonstration of convection. Come see the rest of my videos at