|Astro - 001||Eclipse||
A ball on a string and a slide projector are used to create the image of an eclipse.
|Astro - 002||Celestial Sphere||
A physical model of the celestial sphere.
|Astro - 003||Ellipses||
Magnetic pegs and a loop of string are used to draw an ellipse on a magnetic chalk board.
|Astro - 004||Hydrostatic Equilibrium||
A series of magnetic disks on a vertical rod are used to demonstrate pressure at various distances
|Astro - 005||Comparison of Materials of Different Density||
The density of different materials is calculated and compared.
|Astro - 006||Light Intensity Relative to Spectrum||
A 150 W light bulb in a desk lamp is connected to a power stat. Students view the light through diffraction gratings to see that the spectrum doesn't change as the light intensity changes.
|Astro - 007||Telescope||
A working telescope
|E&M: AC - 001||Lamp Brightness in LRC||
A lightbulb in an RLC circuit is will show when circuit reaches resonance with frequency generator.
|E&M: AC - 003||Phasors||
The apparatus from K: M - 6 is used to show phasors
|E&M: AC - 005||Tesla Coil||
A Tesla Coil is used to light a fluorescent bulb.
|E&M: AC - 006||High Frequency EM Waves||
This is identical to M: WM&S - 52
|E&M: AC - 007||AC Lights Bulb, DC Does Not|
|E&M: AC - 008||Music and Coils|
|E&M: AC - 009||Marshmallows in the Microwave||
A standing wave pattern is visible on an array of marshmallows placed in a microwave
|E&M: AC - 010||Voltage of a Household Outlet||
Production of a the sinewave created by the current from a household outlet.
|E&M: AC - 011||High-Pass and Low-Pass Filters||
A demonstration of the effects of both/either a high pass filter and a low pass filter on an signal.
|E&M: C - 001||Copper and Chromel Wire Segments||
A strand of wire composed of differing materials (Cu and NiCr) demonstrates how the amount of heat produced differs with resistance.
|E&M: C - 002||Electric Lamps in Series and in Parallel||
Two light bulbs of differing wattage are connected in series and in parallel with the AC outlet.
|E&M: C - 003||Model Transmission Line|
|E&M: C - 005||Lamp with Heat||
The wires providing power to a light bulb are heated. As a result, the light bulb gets dimmer.
|E&M: C - 007||Homemade Battery to Light Lightbulb|
|E&M: C - 008||Electrocute a Pickle||
A pickle is electrocuted using current from a standard wall outlet.
|E&M: C - 009||Voltaic EMF of an Electrolyte|
|E&M: C - 012||Discharge of Electricity Through Gases|
|E&M: C - 013||Current Produced by Moving Charges|
|E&M: C - 014||Electric Field of a Plasma Ball||
A discharge tube brought near a plasma ball will light up.
|E&M: C - 015||Ideal and Real Batteries||
Lamps are added in parallel to current supplied by both a battery and a power supply; a noticeable difference in brightness is evident due to the internal resistance of the battery.
|E&M: C - 016||Photoelectric Effect||
A flashlight shone onto a photoelectric tube creates an audible sound; a UV LED produces a current spike in an analog ammeter
|E&M: C - 017||Copper Wires of Different Cross-Sectional Areas||
The voltage drop across two sections of wire having different cross-sectional areas is measured.
|E&M: C - 018||Alternating Current RC Series Circuit||
A frequency generator is used to produce a square wave that shows the charge and discharge curves of an RC series circuit
|E&M: C - 019||Direct Current RC Series Circuit||
The charge and discharge curves of a DC RC Series circuit are shown in conjunction with its effect on a light bulb.
|E&M: C - 020||Decrease of Resistance with Decrease in Temperature||
A light bulb is turned on and its wiring is submerged in liquid nitrogen.
|E&M: C - 021||Piezoelectric Crystal|
|E&M: C - 022||Mechanical Model of Resistance||
Ping pong balls travel down a board of nails to demonstrate resistance.
|E&M: C - 023||3 Batteries and 2 Bulbs||
Two 9V batteries are connected in series with 2 bulbs. A 3rd battery is added in parallel with one of the bulbs.
|E&M: C - 024||Mixed Circuit||
1 90-W bulb and 3 25-W bulbs are connected in both series and parallel
|E&M: ES - 001||Charging Objects Electrically||
An assortment of objects are used to demonstrate electrostatic charge and its effects.
|E&M: ES - 003||Spherical Conductors|
|E&M: ES - 004||Electrophorus||
A device is used to produce a cyclical spark from electrostatic charge.
|E&M: ES - 005||Franklin Bells|
|E&M: ES - 006||Large Electrostatic Device|
|E&M: ES - 008||More Personal Van de Graaff Experience||
A person's hair stands on end if in contact with Van de Graaff generator
|E&M: ES - 009||Faraday Cage with Electroscope||
A charged rod brought near an electroscope produces no result if the the electroscope is contained within a cage of conducting mesh.
|E&M: ES - 010||Leyden Jar|
|E&M: ES - 011||Variable Capacitor||
The effect of plate gap and dielectric presence on capacitance can be easily seen.
|E&M: ES - 012||Exhibit of Capacitors||
A visual display of capacitors of varying styles are available to show the students in the class.
|E&M: ES - 013||Van de Graaff Generator||
The Van de Graaff generator and it's grounding device can be used to show discharge of static electricity.
|E&M: ES - 014||Electrostatic Deflection of Electron Beam||
Fur is used to charge a rod, which then deflects an electron beam
|E&M: ES - 015||Periodic Capacitor Discharge|
|E&M: ES - 016||Capacitor with Light Bulbs||
A capacitor is charged using a 9V battery. The capacitor is then discharged through a small light bulb.