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I5-11 ADIABATIC PROCESS - AIR PISTON WITH THERMISTOR

Purpose: Demonstrates adiabatic compression and expansion of air

I3-33 HELIUM BALLOON ON LIQUID NITROGEN

Category: I3 Gases

Purpose: Demonstrates how a gas contracts when cooled

I2-22 THERMODYNAMICS BY TOUCH

Purpose: Demonstrates that touching a material tells something about its conductivity, not necessarily its temperature

I2-21 THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY IN METALS

Purpose: Demonstrates thermal conductivity in various metals

I2-06 THERMOPILE WITH AUDIO OSCILLATOR

Purpose: Observe infrared radiation

H4-42 RECORDER

Category: H4 Music

Purpose: Can hear the sounds of a recorder

H3-61 BEAKER BREAKER

Purpose: Breaks a glass beaker with sound

H3-24 OPEN AND CLOSED PIPES

Purpose: Demonstrates open and closed tube standing resonances

H3-14 TWIRL-A-TUNE

Purpose: Demonstrates standing wave resonances in an open tube

H1-13 WAVEFORM GENERATOR, SPEAKER AND OSCILLOSCOPE

Category: H1 Nature of Sound

Purpose: Demonstrates waveform and sound of standard waves

H1-02 SPEAKER AND CANDLE

Category: H1 Nature of Sound

Purpose: Demontrates longitudinal behavior of sound waves

H1-01 BELL IN VACUUM

Category: H1 Nature of Sound

Purpose: Demonstrates sound wave requirement for a medium

G3-51 ROPE WAVE GENERATOR - FREQUENCY VS. WAVELENGTH

Purpose: Shows the relationship between frequency and wavelength for fixed tension cord

G3-28 SUSPENDED SLINKY

Purpose: Shows longitudinal and transverse traveling waves & standing waves

G2-21 COUPLED PENDULA

Purpose: Demonstrates coupling of motion between two pendula of the same length

G1-33 MASSES AND SPRINGS WITH SPIDER

Purpose: Compares frequencies of various mass-spring combinations

G1-15 PENDULA WITH 4 TO 1 LENGTH RATIO

Purpose: Shows that period of a simple pendulum is proportional to the square root of its length

G1-14 PENDULA WITH DIFFERENT MASSES

Purpose: Demonstrates independence of a simple pendulum's period with mass of the bob.

G1-01 EXAMPLES OF SIMPLE HARMONIC MOTION

Purpose: Illustrates simple harmonic motion
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