PASCO's Mass and Hanger Set includes varying units of mass that attach to the 5.0 g mass hangers' steel posts. This set includes 4 hangers and 27 masses ranging from 0.5 g to 100 g. The masses are marked on each unit, and each hanger can hold up to 250 g.
- Smaller masses have a unique design for better visibility
- Hanger includes a steel post for lasting support
- The hanger’s handle can be held by a thread
- Steel post keeps masses secure throughout experimentation
- 4x Mass hanger (5.0 g)
- 3x 100 g mass (brass)
- 3x 50 g mass (brass)
- 6x 20 g mass (brass)
- 3x 10 g mass (aluminum)
- 3x 5.0 g mass (aluminum)
- 3x 2.0 g mass (plastic)
- 3x 1.0 g mass (plastic)
- 3x 0.5 g mass (plastic)
- 1x Storage Case
WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD!
Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.
|Hanger Mass||5 g ±2%|
|Larger Masses||100 g, 50 g, 20 g, 10 g, and 5 g all ±1%|
|Smaller Masses||2 g, 1 g, and 0.5 g all ±2%|
|Mass and Hanger Spares Kit||ME-8980||$30|
|5 g Replacement Mass Set||ME-8981||$15|
|10 g Replacement Mass Set||ME-8982||$19|
|20 g Replacement Mass Set||ME-8983||$23|
|50 g Replacement Mass Set||ME-8984||$30|
|100 g Replacement Mass Set||ME-8985||$36|
Perform the following experiments and more with the Mass and Hanger Set.
Visit PASCO's Experiment Library to view more activities.
Students use a rotary motion sensor to determine the mathematical relationship between torque, rotational inertia, and angular acceleration of a rotating object.
Students use a photogate and pulley system to determine the mathematical relationship between the acceleration of an Atwood’s machine, the difference between its two masses, and the sum of those two masses.
In this lab, students will use a motion sensor to determine the physical properties that affect the period of oscillation of a hanging mass and spring system. Then, students will use their data to support a mathematical model...
In this lab, students will use motion sensors to determine how force influences the motion of an object. Students will observe that an object’s motion is unchanged in the absence of an external force.
In this lab, students use a photogate and pulley system to determine the mathematical relationship between the acceleration of an Atwood’s machine, the difference between its two masses, and the sum of those two masses.
Students use a Smart Cart to determine the relationship between a system’s mass, acceleration, and the net force being applied to the system.
|Mass and Hanger Set Manual||English||50.56 KB|