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  • Geiger Muller Tube 450v, Daedalon®

    This 1.5cm diameter GM tube has a 2-3 mg/cm^3 mica end window, with 450V operating plateau. A 1m coaxial cable is included.

    This 1.5cm diameter GM tube has a 2-3 mg/cm^3 mica end window, with 450V operating...

    This 1.5cm diameter GM tube has a 2-3 mg/cm^3 mica end window, with 450V operating plateau. A 1m coaxial cable is included.

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  • Hand Held, Solar Geiger Counter

    The Science First® Handheld Digital Geiger Counter has been designed for use in school laboratories for studying and understanding the field of radioactivity.  It is a compact, portable low-level radiation detector that is sensitive to alpha (α), Beta (β), gamma (γ), and X-ray radiation.  Its all digital circuitry provides a clear digital display as well as an audio response.  The LCD screen displays count, cpm, or mR/hr, along with elapsed...

    The Science First® Handheld Digital Geiger Counter has been designed for use in school...

    The Science First® Handheld Digital Geiger Counter has been designed for use in school laboratories for studying and understanding the field of radioactivity.  It is a compact,...

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  • Zeeman Effect with CCD Camera & Software
    Zeeman Effect W/ Ccd-camera &

    The "Zeeman effect" is the splitting of the spectral lines of atoms within a magnetic field. The simplest is the splitting up of one spectral line into three components called "normal Zeeman effect". Usually the phenomenon is more complex and the central line splits into many more components. This is the "anomalous Zeeman effect". Both effects can be studied using a cadmium lamp as a specimen. The cadmium lamp is submitted to different...

    The "Zeeman effect" is the splitting of the spectral lines of atoms within a magnetic...

    The "Zeeman effect" is the splitting of the spectral lines of atoms within a magnetic field. The simplest is the splitting up of one spectral line into three components called...

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  • e/m Apparatus with Power Supply
    E/M Apparatus, with Power Supply, Daedalon®

    This classic experiment consists of a vacuum tube within which a fine electron beam is formed. The tube is surrounded by a pair of Helmholtz coils providing a transverse magnetic field. The magnetic field bends the electron beam into a circular path. Helium gas at low pressure inside the tube fluoresces making the beam visible.

    This classic experiment consists of a vacuum tube within which a fine electron beam is...

    This classic experiment consists of a vacuum tube within which a fine electron beam is formed. The tube is surrounded by a pair of Helmholtz coils providing a transverse magnetic...

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  • Thermal Radiation
    Thermal Radiation

    A 100 W incandescent lamp is the source of the energy that is explored in this investigation of reflection and absorption. In this classic experiment, a black metal can and a shiny metal can, each having an insulating cap with a thermometer mounted on it, are placed an equal distance from the lamp. Temperature changes are observed and investigated.

    A 100 W incandescent lamp is the source of the energy that is explored in this...

    A 100 W incandescent lamp is the source of the energy that is explored in this investigation of reflection and absorption. In this classic experiment, a black metal can and a...

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  • Radiation Cans Pkg/2
    Radiation Cans, pack of 2

    Investigate the absorption and radiation of energy on different surfaces. Students fill both cans with water and place a thermometer in each. They then turn on light at 10cm distance and observe how temperatures respond differently in the black can and silver can. In a reverse experiment, the rates of cooling can be determined after the light is turned off.

    Investigate the absorption and radiation of energy on different surfaces. Students fill...

    Investigate the absorption and radiation of energy on different surfaces. Students fill both cans with water and place a thermometer in each. They then turn on light at 10cm...

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