Measuring methods

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  1. VP1.1.2.1

    Determining the volume and density of solids

    Determining the volume and density of solids

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  2. VP1.1.1.1

    Using a caliper gauge with vernier

    Using a caliper gauge with vernier

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  3. VP1.1.3.1

    Determining the gravitational constant with the gravitation torsion balance after Cavendish - Measuring the excursion with a light pointer

    Determining the gravitational constant with the gravitation torsion balance after Cavendish - Measuring the excursion with a light pointer

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  4. VP1.1.2.2

    Determining the density of liquids using the plumb bob

    Determining the density of liquids using the plumb bob

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  5. VP1.1.1.2

    Using a micrometer screw

    Using a micrometer screw

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  6. VP1.1.3.2

    Determining the gravitational constant with the gravitation torsion balance after Cavendish
    - Recording the excursion and evaluating the measurement with the IR position detector and PC

    Determining the gravitational constant with the gravitation torsion balance after Cavendish- Recording the excursion and evaluating the measurement with the IR position detector and PC

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  7. VP1.1.1.3

    Using a spherometer to determine bending radii

    Using a spherometer to determine bending radii

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  8. VP1.1.2.3

    Determining the density of liquids using the pycnometer after Gay-Lussac

    Determining the density of liquids using the pycnometer after Gay-Lussac

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  9. VP1.1.2.4

    Determining the density of air

    Determining the density of air

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