The magnet gun is a simple but spectacular experiment in which a slowly rolling ball sets in motion a sequence involving several magnets and balls, and ends up shooting out a ball at high speed.
The experiment exploits the ball’s magnetic attraction.
It is a useful jumping-off point for discussing energy, motion, momentum and magnetism.
The gun is 100 cm long and is supplied with 10 balls. Guidelines included (Norwegian).
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LED Light Source with adjustable brightness control, for use with Millikan Oil Drop Apparatus.
Measures the gas pressure in a closed or open system (container or atmospheric pressure).
PASCO’s Light Sensor is ideal for indoor and outdoor relative light intensity experiments.
Allows students to study the behavior of a physical pendulum in either harmonic or chaotic motion.
Allows students to stretch a material to the point of rupture. By adding sensors you can take quantitative measurements.
Used for measuring the temperature of liquids, air, and other materials. ScienceWorkshop Version.
Determines the current through the sensor by measuring the voltage across the internal resistor.
Allows students to mount Rotary Motion Sensors to the Rotating Platform or Gyroscope.
Allows measurement of relative intensity of sound.
Set of plastic replacement coupons of varying strengths, designed for use with PASCO’s Stress/Strain Apparatus.
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