Jumping molecules!

United Kingdom, 1983

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Episode of Series “Start Here: Adventures into Science”.
Konrad, the kitchen robot, shows how the energy in heat may be used to demonstrate the fundamentals of physics. Focuses on temperature and presents experiments using common household materials involving the kitchen refrigerator, cold water and hot water.

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Michael Latham


Christopher Haws

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