D1.1.1.6 Determining the Volume of Air Leybold Physics Lab Experiment

D1.1.1.6 Determining the Volume of Air Leybold Physics Lab Experiment

$625.00

Materials and equipment for teaching Physics labs, advanced science experiment apparatus, Leybold

Determining the Volume of Air

The volume of the air in a glass sphere can be determined by evacuating the sphere and by filling it with water. The volume of the water then corresponds to the volume of the air. The volume of the air in the glass sphere is 1000 ml.

COMPONENTS OF EQUIPMENT SETS:

1 379 07 Sphere with 2 stopcocks, glass, 1 l
1 667 072 Support ring for round flask, 250 ml, cork
1 375 58 Hand vacuum pump
1 604 211 Measuring beaker, PP, 1000 ml
1 665 757 Measuring cylinder, 1000ml, with plastic base
1 604 432 Silicone tubing, 6 mm diam., 1 m
1 675 3410 Water, pure, 5 l

INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE PLEASE CLICK HERE

Materials and equipment for teaching Physics labs, advanced science experiment apparatus, Leybold

 

Additional information

Weight 14 lbs
Dimensions 48 × 42 × 12 in
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