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Allows students to mount Rotary Motion Sensors to the Rotating Platform or Gyroscope.
A component of PASCO’s Rotating Platform ME-8950A, this accessory makes changing the mass, the radius or the force quick and easy.
Show students the relationships between centripetal force, velocity, radius and mass.
A simple pendulum designed to attach to an Economy Force Sensor and Rotary Motion Sensor.
For demonstrating the laws of uniform circular motion, this small motor is fitted with a disk for attaching a rubber ball on a chain.
The Complete Rotational System facilitates a full range of experiments for centripetal force, angular momentum, and rotational motion.
Powered with a 12 V DC power supply (not included), the apparatus rotates and the bob flies out, causing the angle indicator to rotate.
The gear motor operates on 0 to 12 V DC and yields gearing of 21:1 with a stable, slow motion. The motor is fitted with a removable winding shaft.
The kit allows students to feel the change in centripetal force as key variables are manipulated.
A fun way to investigate circular motion and centripetal force. A staple of AP Physics.
Great for teaching concepts in uniform circular motion
The atoms are brightly colored spheres specifically designed to allow students to better understand the structure of matter.
This pendulum accessory converts a rotary motion sensor into a pendulum.
Six aluminum plates to fasten directly to a rotary motion sensor to study Pendula, Moments of Inertia, and the Parallel Axis Theorem.
Use this set to demonstrate Conservation of Angular Momentum.
The stable base and precision bearings is one major component of the Complete Rotational System (ME-8950A).
Includes a disk and a ring to support several experiments in rotational inertia. A component of PASCO’s Complete Rotational System ME-8950A.
Compare the rotational inertias of objects with different shapes and masses.
These two wands have the same mass and dimensions but their masses are distributed very differently giving them very different rotational inertias.
Power continuous rotational motion demonstrations.
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