Electrostatics

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Electrostatics
Electrostatics

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Description

Contact electricity

  • Proof of charge types on friction rods with a glow lamp
  • Proof of charge types on foils and sheets with a glow lamp
  • Contact electricity between electricity clear adhesive tape and metal
  • Contact electricity generation by friction

Forces acting between charges

  • Forces acting between charges on friction rods
  • Forces acting on a charged pendulum pair
  • Model of an electroscope
  • Principle of electroscope operation

Electric induction - Effect of charges on neutral bodies

  • Induction phenomena with conductors and non-conductors
  • Electrostatic charging of hair
  • Forces caused by induction
  • Induction phenomena on a pointer
  • Electric induction on a pendulum pair
  • Electric induction in a water stream

Electric induction - Effect of charges on a close electroscope

  • Induction phenomena on an electroscope caused by friction rods
  • Discharge of an induced charge on an electroscope
  • Induction phenomena on an electroscope caused by a foil

Charge stores, faraday cup

  • Conductive bodies as charges stores
  • Location of charges on a Faraday cup
  • Proof of charges on a Faraday cup
  • Electrostatic forces on a Faraday cup

Electrostatic interaction

  • Electrostatic forces between a friction rod and pendulum
  • Charge transport by a pendulum

Insulators and conductors

  • Charges on insulators
  • Proof of conductivity with a glow lamp
  • Proof of conductivity with an electroscope
  • Influence of a flame on electrically charged bodies
  • Influencing the electroscope charge by means of a flame
  • Point discharge

 

Components of equipment sets

1 58873S Advanced Science Kit - Set ESA 1 LD
1 589161 ** LIT: STM Electricity 3.1 - Electrostatics, German LD
1 589162 * LIT: STM Electricity 3.1 - Electrostatics, LD

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