Featured in PASCO’s Advanced Physics Teacher Guide
This manual features over 30 College Board curriculum and AP Physics exam inspired lab activities.
Use a magnetic field sensor measure the magnetic field strength of two coils with different radii and number of coil windings as the current flowing through the coils is varied and measured using a voltage current sensor.
Measure the electromagnetic field strength of two coils with different radii and number of coil windings as the current flowing through the coils is varied. Then use the magnetic field strength and current data to determine an experimental value for the permeability of free space.
Students gain experience conducting the following procedures:
- Using magnetic field and current sensors to measure the field strength versus current for two different solenoids with varying turns per unit length.
- Plotting this relationship in a graph.
- Using the acquired data to determine an experimental value for the permeability of free space.
Sensors / Equipment Used:
Allows students to safely measure voltage and current simultaneously without overloading the sensor. For use with PASPORT Interfaces.
Provides magnetic field measurement in a very compact package. For use with PASPORT Interfaces.
Allows an additional two meter length extension on all PASPORT sensors.
Provide a look at magnetic induction and transformer theory.
The Large Base and Support Rod includes built-in leveling screws and an aluminum rod that is 12.7 mm (1/2 in.) in diameter and 45 cm long.
Patch Cord, 4 mm Banana Plug - 3
Student Power Supply, 1 A
Three Finger Clamp - 2
Variable DC Power Supply, 1 A
The Associated Bundle:
This bundle contains the probeware needed to perform all 37 lab activities in the Advanced Physics lab manual.