Air and Water: Spanish Language Astronomy Materials Education Center

Book Cover: Aire y Agua Book Cover: Aire y Agua

Title: Air and Water

Author: Miguel Angel Herrera

Editor: SITESA—Serie Nuestro Mundo

Year: 1998

ISBN: 968-6135-84-7

Suggested reader’s academic level: Elementary School

This publication has 31 pages in which the author explains in a very simple language and experiments as examples, basic science concepts such as area, pressure, Pascal’s and Archimedes’ Principles, and surface tension. It is part of the OUR WORLD Series.

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This publication has 31 pages in which the author explains in a very simple language and experiments as examples, basic science concepts such as area, pressure, Pascal’s and Archimedes’ Principles, and surface tension. It is part of the OUR WORLD Series. The titles available are: Sound and Light, Air and Water, The Earth, The Solar System, The Stars, Cosmos, Atoms and Molecules, and Charges and Flux of Energy.

The listed titles can be found searching by words in the following web site:
http://biblioteca.universum.unam.mx/

Contents:

  • The Water Planet?
  • Little and Big Balloons
  • cm2
  • Sanson’s Secret
  • A Sea of Air
  • How Do We Measure Atmospheric Pressure?
  • How Much Does Atmospheric Pressure Weigh?
  • How Much Does a Kilogram of Air Weigh?
  • °Eureka, Eureka!
  • Floating on Water
  • Why do Icebergs Float?
  • To Float in the Air
  • How Did the Story End?
  • Can You walk on Water?
  • What Holds Airplanes in the Air?

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