Electrical Equivalent of Heat
The purpose of this experiment is to determine the amount of electrical energy that is equivalent to a certain amount of thermal energy. This is accomplished by measuring the amount of electrical energy used in the heating resistor to heat water and the resulting thermal energy added to the water.Download
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Durable stainless steel temperature sensor with a wide measurable range. For use with PASPORT Interfaces.
The complete solution for investigating the relationship between mechanical work and heat. This complete solution is designed for use with PASCO Capstone Software.
This unique calorimeter uses a heating resistor instead of a spring coil to heat a small amount of water.
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