|E&M: ES - 017||Van de Graaff and Pie Tins||
Pie placed on top of a Van de Graaff generator fly off when the machine is turned on.
|E&M: ES - 018||Van de Graaff with Lightning Rod||
A lightning rod is used to draw electric charge from Van de Graaff and prevent discharge
|E&M: ES - 019||Electric Field Lines||
Grass seeds are sprinkled into a plexiglass container of castor oil that has 2 electrodes. When voltage is applied across the electrodes, the seeds (dipoles) will align to show the electric field. The image is projected using an overhead projector onto the wall of the lecture hall.
|E&M: ES - 020||Faraday Cage with Radio||
A handheld radio is placed inside a cage made of copper wire mesh. The signal ceases to be heard.
|E&M: ES - 021||Dielectrics and Electrostatic Charge||
The variable capacitor is used with the Van der Graaf generator to demonstrate dielectrics in electric fields
|E&M: ES - 022||Equivalent Energy Storage of a Capacitor||
Weights dropped from a height of 1 meter provide an audible measure of the amount of energy stored in each capacitor available for display.
|E&M: Ind - 001||Electromagnetic Induction||
A small magnet is passed through a coil of wire connected to a voltmeter. As the magnet passes through the coil, a spike can be read on the meter, showing that current has been created.
|E&M: Ind - 003||Mini-Electric Generator|
|E&M: Ind - 005||Electric Generator||
Turning the crank of a motor lights 3 bulbs.
|E&M: Ind - 006||Damping by Eddy Current Losses||
A copper disk is allowed to swing between two electromagnets. The motion is dampened by eddy currents.
|E&M: Ind - 008||Wireless Lamp|
|E&M: Ind - 009||The Transformer||
A transformer is used to step down or step up the voltage of a an electrical outlet
|E&M: Ind - 010||Jumping Rings||
Aluminum rings are launched into the air.
|E&M: Ind - 011||Spark|
|E&M: Ind - 012||The Choke Coil|
|E&M: Ind - 013||Current in a Capacitor Bank|
|E&M: Ind - 014||Jacob's Ladder||
A large step-up transformer creates a visible arc
|E&M: Ind - 016||Comparison of Resistor and Inductor in Circuits|
|E&M: Ind - 017||RL Circuit||
A waveform is produced on an oscilloscope to show voltage across a resistor and an inductor in a circuit
|E&M: Ind - 018||Faraday's Law with Oscilloscope|
|E&M: Ind - 019||Lenz's Law||
A cylindrical magnet and a nonmagnetic cylinder are dropped down a long metal tube.
|E&M: Ind - 021||Loop with Bulb and Electromagnet||
A loop of wire near a magnetic field lights an LED
|E&M: Ind - 022||Lighting an LED with a Spike||
A voltage spike is produced by an inductor.
|E&M: Ind - 023||Lenz's Law - Visible Motion||
A magnetic ball rolls down a long L-brackete at a slower pace than a nonmagnetic ball.
|E&M: Ind - 024||LRC Circuit|
|E&M: Ind - 025||LC Circuit|
|E&M: Ind - 026||Music and Coils||
Sound is wirelessly transmitted from the hand-held radio to a speaker by using coils of wire.
|E&M: M - 001||Magnetic Field Caused by Electric Current||
A compass needle moves to realign with a magnetic field created as current flows through a wire.
|E&M: M - 002||Electromagnet with Nails||
An iron rod inside a large solenoid becomes a magnet when current passes through the solenoid.
|E&M: M - 003||Lifting Magnet||
4 D-cell batteries are used to lift a 25-lb weight.
|E&M: M - 004||Magnetization vs. Electrification||
Bar magnets and the electrostatics equipment are used to show that magnetization has no effect on electrical behavior.
|E&M: M - 005||Jumping Wire||
Current flowing through a wire located in a magnetic field will cause the wire to jump.
|E&M: M - 007||DC Electric Motor||
A DC electric motor is used to show how electricity and magnetism cause a motor to work.
|E&M: M - 008||D'Arsonval Galvantometer|
|E&M: M - 009||Magnetic Materials|
|E&M: M - 010||Penetration of magnetic Effects||
Different materials are used to show the ability of a magnetic field to penetrate through to the nails on the other side.
|E&M: M - 012||Floating Magnet||
One magnet floats above another due to repulsive forces.
|E&M: M - 013||Breaking a Magnet||
A magnet is broken to show that 2 magnets are created, not 2 disconnected poles
|E&M: M - 014||Dip Needle||
Device that shows the angle of Earth's Magnetic Field
|E&M: M - 015||Magnetization using Earth's Magnetic Field|
|E&M: M - 019||Curie Point|
|E&M: M - 020||The Hall Effect|
|E&M: M - 021||Force Between Currents in Parallel Wires||
Current flows through two parallel wires. The current flows in either the same direction or different directions to produce attraction or repulsion, respectively.
|E&M: M - 023||Current Loop in a Magnetic Field||
A coil of wire is suspended between the poles of a powerful horseshoe magnet. When current is passed through the coil, it aligns itself with the magnetic field present.
|E&M: M - 025||Liquid Oxygen||
Liquid oxygen forms a bridge across the cones of a strong horseshoe magnet.
|E&M: M - 027||Cathode Ray Tube and Magnet||
A magnet exerts a force on the electron beam in a cathode ray tube.
|E&M: M - 029||FM Antenna|
|E&M: M - 030||Compass Array||
A small array of compass needles and a small bar magnet are used to provide visual evidence of a magnetic field.
|E&M: M - 031||Helmholtz Coil||
A circular electron beam forms as a result of a uniform magnetic field
|E&M: M - 032||Magnetic Field Around a Solenoid||
A solenoid of wire connected to a power supply produces a magnetic field, visible in a sprinkle of iron filings.