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Provides the necessary features for performing a wide range of electrostatics experiments.
Includes all the components necessary for a quantitative investigation into the basics of electrostatics.
Parallel plate capacitor permits a quantitative investigation of the Q=CV relationship.
Used to create equal positive and negative charges when rubbed together.
Draw any set of two-dimensional conductors and investigate the electric field and the equipotential lines between and around the conductive paper.
Kit contains three rods (acrylic, glass, PVC), two stands, and three cloth materials (wool, silk, fur).
These threaded pith balls are coated with a conductive material. Suspend two pith balls from a rod and charge with the Electrostatic Materials SE-6658.
Replacement conductive paper for the Field Mapper Kit (PK-9023).
Replacement conductive paper with grid for the Field Mapper Kit (PK-9023).
These Conductive Shapes (one hollow and one conical) can be used to store charge or investigate the charge distribution on one or two spherical conductors.
Spheres can be used to store charge or investigate the charge distribution on one or two spherical conductors.
Supported on a Lucite column with a cast iron base. Includes cabling for connection to the High Voltage Van de Graaff Generator or to ground.
This Leyden Jar is designed for classroom demonstrations and comes with a durable inner and outer plate, a plastic dielectric, and instructions.
This electroscope has a rotating rod to indicate charge magnitude. The shield ring has a 15cm diameter.
Show the amount of charge and the sign of the charge relative to a standard. Includes charging ball plus a set of condenser plates with insulated rod.
Lightweight ribbons are connected to a stand which rests on top of the High Voltage Van de Graaff Generator. Ribbons stand on end due to the repulsive force between their like charges.
When connected to the sphere of the Van de Graaff Generator the spokes are propelled by charge leaving the points.
This electrostatics kit provides the necessary tools to separate positive and negative charges. Students can experiment with different combinations of cloth and rod materials to explore how each becomes charged.
This voltage source is ideal for performing experiments in electrostatics.
Students can measure charge as well as potential.
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