Compare and contrast the results of three different methods of charging: (1) rubbing two objects together; (2) touching a charged object to a neutral one (charging by contact); and (3) grounding a neutral object while it is polarized (charging by induction). Demonstrate the law of conservation of charge. Investigate how charge distributes on the outer surfaces of a spherical conductor.PreviewDownload
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This system provides a complete set of labs for mechanics, heat, light, sound, and electromagnetism.
The 550 is fast, powerful, and incredibly affordable. It offers half the ports and many of the same features as our 850 Interface in a smaller package.
Allows students to measure electrostatic charges with automatic scaling and polarity. For use with PASPORT Interfaces.
Used to create equal positive and negative charges when rubbed together.
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