D1.1.1.2 Determining the Volume of Liquids Leybold Physics Lab Experiment

D1.1.1.2 Determining the Volume of Liquids Leybold Physics Lab Experiment

$170.00

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

Determining the Volume of Liquids

The volume of a liquid can be determined by means of a graduated cylinder. Due to adhesive forces that act between the liquid and the glass wall, not the edge of the liquid, but the centre of the liquid’s surface is relevant for reading the volume. It is therefore advantageous to always look at the scale with a view parallel to the liquid’s surface.

COMPONENTS OF SETS:

1 665 754 Measuring cylinder, 100 ml, with plastic base
1 665 755 Measuring cylinder, 250 ml, with plastic base
1 665 756 Measuring cylinder, 500 ml, with plastic base
1 665 757 Measuring cylinder, 1000ml, with plastic base
1 604 212 Measuring beaker, PP, 2000 ml
1 309 42 Colouring, red, 10 g

INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE PLEASE CLICK HERE

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

Additional information

Weight 15 lbs
Dimensions 36 × 24 × 12 in
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