Categoria: Optics

Newton’s Disk with Motor – code: 4453.30

Newton’s Disk with Motor Code: 4453.30 The human perception of colours The colours red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet represent the fundamental colours of the spectrum. When the disk is put in motion, they blur and the eye is not able to respond rapidly enough: the colours look like mixed together to form…
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Newton’s Disk – code: 4453.22

Newton’s Disk Code: 4453.22 The human perception of colours The Newton’s Disk consists of an aluminium platform with coloured segments printed on it. The colours represent the fundamental colours of the spectrum (red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet). When the disk is rotated, the colours blur together and the eye, unable to respond…
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Altay Handheld Spectrometer – code: 4445.40

Altay Handheld Spectrometer Code: 4445.40 A simple and affordable way to begin studying the spectral lines With this instrument every student can explore spectrometry on his own. Altay’s Handheld Spectrometer allows to detect the spectral lines with precision. Thanks to a cuvette support it is possible to investigate spectral Absorption properties of liquids Specifications Size:…
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Spectrometer – code: 4455.02

Spectrometer Code: 4455.02 Studying the spectral lines of a light source. The Spectrometer is used to study the spectral lines of a light source. Altay’s Spectrometer allows you to detect the spectral lines with precision and to measure the corresponding wavelength. Easy to use and robust, this instrument is particularly suitable for classrooms. Specifications Size:…
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Spectrum Tubes – code: 4470.10-50

Spectrum Tubes Code: 4470.10-50 Excitation of the gas in the tube produces light Spectrum Tubes are an effective tool to teach the effect of gas excitation and visible light emission. Our Spectrum Tubes can also be used together with the Spectrometer (code 4455.02) to analyse the spectra of gases in the different tubes. Spectrum Tubes…
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Optical Bench Standard Edition – code: 4417.60

Optical Bench Standard Edition Code: 4417.50 A simple and affordable way to begin exploring optics The Optical Bench Standard Edition is the most easy and complete way to begin the exploration of the optics. Simple, complete and affordable. Specifications Optical Bench: length 116 cm Equipment Suggested Light Sensor (code 4840.18) MAIN COMPONENTS Optical bench Slider…
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Optical Bench Deluxe Edition – code: 4417.50

Precedente Successivo Optical Bench Deluxe Edition Code: 4417.50 A complete set for exploring geometrical optics The Altay’s Optical Bench Deluxe Edition allows the student to investigate a wide variety of optical phenomena. These include: reflection, lens theory, polarization, interference, diffraction and optical instruments. SpecificationsOptical Bench: length 116 cm Equipment SuggestedLight Sensor (code 4840.18)    …
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Crooke’s Radiometer – code: 4215.20

Crooke’s Radiometer Code: 4215.20 Investigating the energy and impulse of an electromagnetic wave Invented by Sir William Crooke, the vanes in the highly effective radiometer rotate when exposed to solar radiation. The cause for this rotation can open up much debate for which students should be encouraged to develop their own explanations. Some will state…
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