Lab-Mobile®

code: 4915.00

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The Mobile Lab LEONARDO is designed with the help of

teachers who have an extensive experience in teaching scientific

and technical subjects at school. The number of experiments

conducted is huge, only 80 of them are described in the manual

divided in 2 parts — one for teachers and one for students.

Instruments and tools for conducting experiments are placed in

drawers by section.

BIOLOGY section

Vegetal physiology experiments: chromatography, starch in

leaves, oxygen in water, ripening of pollen, fruit pulp, practical

experiments with tissue turgor, osmosis, water diffusion through

plant roots, anatomical structure of the stem. Models located in

the lateral compartment of the laboratory, along with additional

multimedia materials, also allow to explore aspects of human

anatomy and physiology. An autopsy kit, a glass spirit lamp,

a microscope slide and two microscope sets, along with an

innovative WiFi microscope, allow you to study the anatomy of

humans and animals on the cellular level.

CHEMISTRY section

General Chemistry experiments: batteries, acid-base reactions,

carbon dioxide properties, colloids and their properties,

conductivity and concentration, storage, compound formation,

corrosion and protection of cathodes, Daniel’s cell, diffusion

of decomposition, exchange reactions, temperature effect on

solubility, electrolytes and conductivity, neutralization enthalpy,

crystallization enthalpy, hydrogen production, the law of mass,

iodine sublimation, lemon battery, carbon dioxide production,

sulfur melting point, oxygen production, oxygen properties,

hydrogen properties, battery from isotonic solution, sodium

carbonate, sodium bicarbonate, Volt column, electrolysis of

acidic and alkaline water, water of crystallization, the density of

substances.

PHYSICS section

Mechanical experiments: laboratory scales, weight and force,

belt transfer of rotational motion, interconnected vessels,

addition and decomposition of vectors and parallelogram of

forces, Hooke’s law, inclined surface and friction force, kinetic

and potential energy, levers (first, second and third kind), length

measurement, theory of errors, block (mobile, motionless, tackle),

simple and suspended pendulum.Thermal experiments: the

temperature of the equilibrium of liquid mixtures, the equivalent

in the calorimeter water, thermal sensitivity and thermodynamic

equilibrium, specific heat capacity of solids and liquids, specific

gravity of solids and liquids, the solidification temperature of

paraffin.

Optical experiments: focal length, color diversity, law of lenses,

magnifying lenses, microscope and telescope, mirrors, prisms and

light dispersion, laws of reflection and refraction of light, shadow

and penumbra, lens systems, eye structure, laws of conjugate

points.

Acoustical experiments: sound vibrations, interference, resonance,

use of diapason.

Magnetic experiments: forces of magnetic attraction and repulsion,

a two-dimensional map of the magnetic field.

Electrostatic experiments: charge from friction and induction,

hemisphere and electrostatic pendulum.

Electricity experiments: electrical resistance, Ohm’s law, serial

connection, parallel connection.

code: 4915.70

New
The 1st drawer contains two trays that demonstrate the principles

of mechanics, including the fluids, and allow to conduct simple

experiments with such concepts as measure, force, weight, mass,

weights, subjects movement (speed, trajectory and acceleration), force

and energy, communicating vessels, the Archimedes’ principles and

the proportion.

In the 2nd drawer there are also 2 trays, in one of them there is all

necessary for conducting thermal experiments such as experiments

with a thermometer, determination of water temperature while freezing

and boiling, the difference between temperature and heat; in the other

tray there are devices and instruments that demonstrate magnetism

and electricity: different types of magnets and iron chips demonstrate

the forces of attraction and repulsion, as well as the magnetic field lines.

The magnets and the compass make it possible to reveal the mode of

operation of the ground magnetic poles, and a convenient electrical

panel introduces the electric current and its laws and shows how they

are used in electrical circuits.

In the 3rd drawer there are optical and acoustic instruments and tools,

which demonstrate the basics of electrostatics and the phenomena

of the formation of waves of different types. The optical instruments

like lenses and prisms demonstrate photometry, light intensity and

geometric optics. The following acoustic instruments, such as a

couple of diapasons to study pitch, resonance, interference and sound

vibrations, as well as a built-in microphone that can be used with the

electrical panel and its blocks to connect to the acoustic amplifier,

shows the waves and the phenomena caused by their transmission

(reflection, refraction, interference, etc.). Wool and silk fabrics, as well

as the glass, ebonite and organic glass rods with a hemisphere and an

electrostatic beacon, demonstrate the electrostatic concepts such as

friction, induction, conductors, insulators (non-conductors) etc.

The 4th drawer contains two trays which help understand the principles

of Chemistry and Biology. They allow to conduct experiments with basic

compounds (acids, alkalis, salts, etc.), as well as the simple chemical

reactions, showing the importance of the proportion between the

reagents. It is also possible to conduct simple experiments on plant

physiology, which demonstrate the importance of water in the plants’

life cycle, as well as the different phases of their life, such as germination,

photosynthesis and evaporation. The remaining devices together with

the multimedia material, allow to explore various aspects of human

anatomy and physiology. An autopsy kit, a powerful microscope,

microscope slides and two microscope sets provide an opportunity to

penetrate the microscopic aspects of the human and animal anatomy.

In the last drawer there are demonstrational aids which describe soil,

water and air together with the set of different rocks to introduce their

characteristics and their relative nomenclature. There is also a tellurium

to demonstrate and explain the astronomic phenomenon of the earth

and moon and their relation to the sun. The set in the second tray of the

last drawer helps to explore the most common sources of alternative

energy produced from the fossil fuels. The sources are solar and wind

energy which could be also used to produce the hydrogen which can

give to a small cell the fuel to demonstrate like a potential chemical energy could be converted into the electric energy.

code: 4915.60

Lab-Mobile® Altay Scientific
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The Mobile Lab MARCONI is purpose-made to conduct the

Physic didactic experiments. It is designed with a help of

teachers who have an extensive experience in teaching Physics

in school. The number of experiments is huge, around 60 of

which are described in the manual divided in 2 parts - for

teachers and for students. Instruments and tools to conduct

the experiments are placed in the drawers divided by section.

Mechanical experiments: laboratory scales, weight and force,

belt transfer of rotational motion, interconnected vessels,

addition and decomposition of vectors and parallelogram of

forces, Hooke’s law, inclined surface and friction force, kinetic

and potential energy, levers (first, second and third kind), length

measurement, theory of errors, block (mobile, motionless,

tackle), simple and suspended pendulum.

Thermal experiments: the temperature of the equilibrium

of liquid mixtures, the equivalent in the calorimeter water,

thermal sensitivity and thermodynamic equilibrium, specific

heat capacity of solids and liquids, specific gravity of solids and

liquids, the solidification temperature of paraffin.

Experiments on Thermodynamics: thermal expansion of solids,

the Joule-Lenz law, the equivalence between work and heat

Optical experiments: focal length, color diversity, law of lenses,

magnifying lenses, microscope and telescope, mirrors, prisms

and light dispersion, laws of reflection and refraction of light,

shadow and penumbra, lens systems, eye structure, laws of

conjugate points.

Acoustical experiments: sound vibrations, interference,

resonance, use of diapason, musical octave, standing waves

and determination of the wave’s length, period and amplitude.

Magnetic and Electromagnetic experiments: forces of magnetic

attraction and repulsion, a two-dimensional map of the

magnetic field, electromagnetic induction law (law of Faraday-

Neumann-Lenz).

Electrostatic experiments: charge from friction and induction,

The Van de Graaff high-voltage generator located in the

side section allows to accumulate a large amount of electric

charge creating very high electric potentials and producing

high voltage direct current electricity to simulate an electrical

discharge.

Electricity experiments: electrical resistance, Ohm’s law, serial

connection, parallel connection.

Alternative Energy Sources: this set allows to explore the most

famous alternative sources of energy derived from minerals.

The analyzed sources are solar and wind energy, which can be

used to produce hydrogen, which can give fuel to the small

cells to demonstrate how potential chemical energy can be

converted into electrical one.