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This is a fun little demonstration for Newton's Third Law of Motion. Since we are using fire, the usual precautions should apply. Fire the rockets outdoors, pointing away ...
Supplies: paper clip matchbook matches wood matches foil straight pins
Step 1: Bend the paper clip into a rocket launcher, set aside.
Step 2: Tear a match from the match book, and place it on a piece of 1 ½ inch by 1 inch foil.
Step 3: Fold the foil in half, down over the top of the match. Stick the straight pin, point toward the match head, along the stem of the ...
Step 4: Roll the foil along the length of the match. Make it tight.
Step 5: Remove the straight pin.
Step 6: Pull the stem of the match down a little and pinch the head of the foil tightly together. If you don’t do this, the gases released ...
Step 7: Load the rocket on the launch pad. Strike a match and put the flame under the head of the match so that it will ignite the ...
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