Focal Length of a Convergent Lens
In this lab, students use an optics light source, optics track, and viewing screen to measure the image and object distances associated with the real image formed by a converging lens, and then determine the focal length of the lens.PreviewDownload
|IB Topics||AP Topics|
This optics bench is used for lens and mirror experiments, inverse-square law, and diffraction/interference experiments.
Allows unmounted lenses and mirrors to be used with other optics equipment, such as the Basic Optics System.
Allows students to use the Dynamics Track and PAStrack to be used as an optical bench.
An all-in-one bright point source, illuminated crossed-arrow object, primary-color source, and ray box with up to five parallel rays.
Project images onto this white plastic screen, which is used with Basic Optics systems.
Many lab activities can be conducted with our Wireless, PASPORT, or even ScienceWorkshop sensors and equipment. For assistance with substituting compatible instruments, contact PASCO Technical Support. We're here to help.
Copyright © 2018 PASCO