## Multidisciplinary Kit for high school- Physics / Chemistry / Biology / Mathematics

### Function

Destined for studies in areas such as Physics, Mathematics, Chemistry and Biology in Secondary Education.

### Key Experiments

- » The VURM and its characteristics, multi-chronometer - 1032.006_D
- » The free fall motion with trial body of 10 equal intervals - 1032.010K1
- » The principle of conservation of mechanical energy - 1032.010K3_1
- » The meeting of two moving objects in URM with opposite directions, on the same trajectory, multi-chronometer - 1032.005C1
- » The frictional forces and Newton´s first law of motion - 1032.046
- » Dynamic determination of the elastic constant of a coil spring, with multi-chronometer - 1032.012_1
- » The determination of the sliding static and kinetic friction coefficient - 1032.048
- » The equilibrium of a moving object on an inclined plane - 1032.043
- » Coil spring and Hooke´s law - 1032.052B
- » Archimedes´ principle - 1042.032B
- » The number of images formed between two flat mirrors with an angle between them - 1062.004E
- » The reflection of light in a plane mirror and the laws of reflection - 1062.003E2
- » The reflection in concave and convex spherical mirrors - 1062.003E4
- » The spherical lenses and its main characteristics - 1062.003E6
- » Vision defects, correction of hyperopia and myopia with lenses - 1062.003E7
- » The MHS in a mass and coil spring system, oscillating - 1072.008B
- » The combinations of lamps in series and in parallel - 1082.044A_1
- » Ohm´s law - 1082.056A_1
- » The identification of a non-ohmic resistor - 1082.064A_1
- » The resistance offered by a diode - 1082.088A_1
- » Measurements in mixed circuits and electric power - 1082.092A_1
- » The RC series circuit, in DC - 1082.131
- » Kirchhoff´s mesh and node laws - 1082.076B
- » The step-up and step-down voltage transformer - 1082.176_4
- » Electromagnetic phenomena and electromagnetic induction B - 1082.128B
- » Some measuring instruments - How do you compare volume measurement scales? Part I of II - 1032.003_B_1
- » Some measuring instruments - How do you compare volume measurements and its uncertainties using different instruments? Part II of II - 1032.003_B_2
- » The general properties of matter - 0001.100
- » The determination of the density of a liquid - 1042.036_1
- » The determination of the density of a solid - 1042.036_3
- » The physical states of water - 1052.008_A3
- » How do you perform the separation of heterogeneous mixtures by simple filtration? Part I of V - 1212.012_1
- » How do you list the properties of substances by electrical conductivity? - 1222.012_A_1
- » Construction of three-dimensional organic structures. - 1302.001
- » Inorganic chemical functions - How do acids and bases behave in relation to different indicators? Part I of II - 1252.024_1
- » How yeast type fungi are developed in salt and sugar? - 0001.256
- » How is the pH of different substances tested? - 0003.019
- » How does catalase operate within plant cells? - 0003.015
- » Is it possible to observe the action of enzymes? - 0003.017
- » What are the structures of flowers like? - 0001.180
- » How do you use a scalpel? - 1998.302
- » How do you identify the types of soil? - 0001.050
- » The sine in the trigonometric circle - 1072.006_B
- » The cosine in trigonometric circle - 1072.006_C
- » The tangent in the trigonometric circle - 1072.006_D
- » What are the characteristics of the quadratic function? - 1400.102
- » What are the characteristics of the affine function graph? - Positive slope - 1400.000
- » What are the characteristics of the affine function graph? - negative slope - 1400.000A
- » The degree, the radian, the grade, the quadrants and their conversions - 1072.006_A
- » The fundamental relation of trigonometry in the trigonometric circle - 1072.006_E