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Set of four 4 oz bottles of mineral oil, for use with the Millikan Oil Drop Apparatus.
This basic system is designed for classrooms already containing the power supply and amplifier.
Allows students to measure the speed of light.
Accurately measure charge, force, and distance between two conductive spheres.
This electromagnet has a magnetic field strength over 1 Tesla.
Replacement Argon Tube for PASCO’s Franck-Hertz Apparatus.
Stand-alone system for fundamental constants classic demonstrations, can also be used with the 850 Interface and PASCO Capstone software.
Perform one of the classic demonstrations of the quantization of atomic energy levels.
Combines features that significantly improve the ease of setup, the durability of the Torsion Band and the quality of results. In the newer models the spheres are tungsten rather than lead.
Replacement Spheres and collars for the Gravitational Torsion Balance (AP-8215A). Designed to convert to Tungsten while maintaining the proper large sphere dimensions.
Perform the Hall Effect experiment using this open design apparatus. Use it manually or in conjunction with PASCO sensors, interfaces and software.
Helmholtz coils (without tube) – for classrooms already equipped with power supplies and e/m Tubes.
High speed ball bearings allow this to rotate from 100 to 1,000 rev/sec.
Allows students to conduct experiments to measure the speed of light. Reflect a laser off a movable mirror into a light receiver to measure phase differences.
LED Light Source with adjustable brightness control, for use with Millikan Oil Drop Apparatus.
Allows the students observation of velocity of drop rising in an electric field, then permits calculation of the force on the charge carried by the oil drop.
This system facilitates engaging photoelectric experiments to determine Planck’s Constant within 5.0%.
Replacement photodiode for the photoelectric effect apparatus.
Replacement e/m Tube for PASCO’s Electron Charge-to-Mass Ratio System.
Replacement mercury bulb for use with the Photoelectric Effect Apparatus.
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