Educational Science Kits
Mirror optics kit
Includes ten possible experiments utilizing mirrors.
Investigation of mirror images and their position utilizing mirrors and semi-transparent surfaces.
Demonstration and measurement via the planar and non-planar mirror equation.
Kit includes planar and spherical mirrors, a base with slots for the placement of planar mirrors, bores for the placement of spherical mirrors, an opaque planar surface, candles and a marble.
Reflection from mirrors
Demonstration of reflection off of the surface of mirrors.
Demonstration will be carried out in relative darkness.
Utilization of a LASER beam, made visible along its path by enveloping the apparatus in a billow of smoke/mist.
Adjustable mirror angles.
Electro-motive force amperemeter
Passing a magnet through the inductor causes current to flow through circuit.
EMF magnitude and direction measured via micro-amperemeter and coincident LEDs.
Modular magnetic field kit
Instrument for measuring magnitude of magnetic field around current conducting wire.
Applicable in dispersion demonstrations.
Differentiates monochromatic wave lengths from a single light source.
Can be disassembled and folded into a compact configuration.
Applicable in demonstrations of the photoelectric effect.
Applicable in calculations of Planck’s constant.
Demonstration of the conservation of energy.
Conversion of gravitational potential into rotational kinetic energy, and vice versa.
Demonstration of a magnetic field in a current conducting circuit.
Adjustable number of windings.
Applicable in calculating the magnitude of the horizontal component of earth’s magnetic field.
A wire winds an optional number of windings between two static magnets at the base of the apparatus. The base can be rotated at marked angles. It is placed upon a sensitive scale (not included).
This device allows measurements of the magnitude of the force a magnetic field imposes upon a current carrying wire as dependent upon:
The length of the conducting wire.
The magnitude of the current
And the angle between the direction of the magnetic field lines and the direction of the current
Ideal gas model
Demonstration of the kinetic theory of gases.
Quantitative demonstration of Boyle’s law.
Qualitative demonstration of Charles’s law.
Physical science kits for schools and scientific centers. The project was done for Rubinstein company.