Lecturing on the properties of energy on Friday, Rob Krampf uses a special mixture of ultra-fine wood particles to demonstrate accelerated energy transfer to fourth and fifth grade students at Pelican Marsh Elementary School. Krampf, who works for Florida Power and Light as a contracted science educator, travels around the country with his show to try and spur interest in science. Also known as Mr. Electricity, Krampf also has a show entitled 'Electrifying Experience' exploring the properties of electricity. More information about the program can be found at www.krampf.com.

Photo by MICHEL FORTIER, Daily News

Lecturing on the properties of energy on Friday, Rob Krampf uses a special mixture of ultra-fine wood particles to demonstrate accelerated energy transfer to fourth and fifth grade students at Pelican Marsh Elementary School. Krampf, who works for Florida Power and Light as a contracted science educator, travels around the country with his show to try and spur interest in science. Also known as Mr. Electricity, Krampf also has a show entitled "Electrifying Experience" exploring the properties of electricity. More information about the program can be found at www.krampf.com.

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