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Made from Pure Brass Sheet with Brass Nut & Terminal
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For determining the mechanical equivalent of heat by measuring the heat generated in an electrical resistance.
Copper, cylindrical vessel 280 x 115mm overall height x dia., cap. 1.5 liters, neck 23mm dia.
With riffled side tube 9.5mm maximum outer dia and water gauge.
Consisting of 4 metal strips of copper, brass, aluminium & iron of 100x15mm having small cups at outer ends for holding phosphorous & screwed on a wooden ring 125mm outer diameter meeting in the centre.
For demonstrating and determining the coefficient of volume expansion of liquids when heated.
For the qualitative study of expansion of liquids
All brass construction, with black lacquer finish wood handles.
Includes instruction sheet
To demonstrate unequal expansion in different metals on heating.
Highlights the role of temperature and materials in practical applications such as in thermostats.
For demonstrating the different heat conductivity of five metals by observing the melting of wax.
Used to determine the coefficient of expansion of different metals.
The rod to be tested is placed inside a tube that has both an inlet and outlet for steam.
This is an excellent product for studying the movement of currents in the air.
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