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1 Physics Circus Object Condition Report Kinetic Energy Science Steps Poster Not Physical at the four corners from tacking to Fun Waves Poster Science Initial Report Physical at the four corners from tacking to Fun

2 Kinetic Energy Poster - Clue 1 Not Physical at the four corners from tacking to Fun Oscilloscope Poster Not Physical at the four corners from tacking to Fun

3 Thermal Imaging Science Poster Not Physical at the four corners from tacking to Fun Thermal Imaging Use Poster Not Physical at the four corners from tacking to Fun

4 Heat Science Poster Not Physical at the four corners from tacking to Fun Heat Clue 2 Poster Not Physical at the four corners from tacking to Fun

5 Plasma Poster Not Physical at the four corners from tacking to Fun Jacob's Ladder Poster Not Physical at the four corners from tacking to Fun

6 Spectrums Poster Not Physical at the four corners from tacking to Fun Density Science Steps Poster Not Physical at the four corners from tacking to Fun

7 Density Clue 3 Poster Not Physical at the four corners from tacking to Fun Density / Volume Poster Not Physical at the four corners from tacking to Fun

8 Density / Mass Poster Not Physical at the four corners from tacking to Fun Periodic Table Clue 4 Poster Not Physical at the four corners from tacking to Fun

9 Periodic Table Science Poster Not Physical at the four corners from tacking to Fun Microscope Use Poster Not Physical at the four corners from tacking to Fun

10 Microscope Poster Not Physical at the four corners from tacking to Fun Series Circuit Poster Not Physical at the four corners from tacking to Fun

11 Parallel Circuits Poster Not Physical at the four corners from tacking to Fun Complex Circuits Diagram Poster Not Physical at the four corners from tacking to Fun

12 Complex Circuit Explanation Poster Not Physical at the four corners from tacking to Fun Touch screen 1 New Works Physical

13 Touch screen 2 Physical Touch screen 3 Works conditionaly Physical Loose wiring in connection

14 Touch screen 4 Used Works conditionaly Physical Screen pixels faded, Touch is not sensitive Osciloscope Used Works Physical Source connections could be evaluated

15 Thermal Imaging Camera Used Works conditionaly Physical Needs to be turned on and the circuits warmed up for proper use Microscope Camera and Monitor Used Works Physical

16 Spark Gap Generator Works Physical Plexi needs to be cleaned Spectrum Board Used Works Physical Tubes need replacing, Plexi cleaned

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