Weightlifter Newton's Pendulum Metal
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The weight of an object is proportional to its mass. The weight of an object is the force acting on it caused by gravity. The greater the mass, the greater the force. The same pendulum will swing with greater amplitude on Earth than on the Moon because of its greater mass.
Mr. Newton discovered this interesting phenomenon and now you too can share in his discovery with this accurate model of his pendulum weight.
Newton's Pendulum with a weightlifter man thanks to this kinetic is going to be constantly in motion. Thus, this scientific and unique object will allow you to feel decompression at home or in the office.
- Finish: Metal
- Style: Modern
- Dimensions : Height 18cm, Width 17.5cm
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