For investigating the path of rays through lenses, prisms and mirror models attached to a steel board.
All the model bodies are made of transparent plexiglass with an attached magnetic foil and are 140 mm long, 15 mm thick.
Size of kit: 440 x 330 x 100 mm
The students investigate the direction of propagation of light. What happens when the light is blocked out?
Further fade out to a narrow light beam.
Students investigate the casting of shadows on a cylindrical object.
The students observe the reflection of a narrow beam of light on a plane mirror.
Students investigate the law of reflection.
Observing the course of the light beam in the parallel shift of mirrors.
The students observe the reflection on the concave mirror.
Die Schüler*innen beobachten die Reflexion am Wölbspiegel.
Observe the path of the light beam (thin to dense).
Observe the course of the light beam (dense to thin).
The students observe the course of the rays on a plane-parallel plate.
The students investigate the total reflection in the prism.
The students investigate the refraction of light at the converging lens.
Observation of the conversion from divergent to parallel light.
Observing the behavior of light rays at the diverging lens.
Investigation of the beam path when combining first a collecting lens and then a scattering lens.
Investigation of radiation louse by a combination of first scattering and then converging lens.
Observing the functioning of an eye as well as the difference of myopia (with correction glasses).
The students observe the spectrum on the prism.
Investigation during the superposition of different monochromatic light beams.
Students examine the color of light after passing through two different filters.
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