Students kit Electricity – Upgrade Electrostatics, Magnetism and Electrochemistry

Schüler-Set Elektrik – Ergänzung Elektrostatik, Magnetismus, Elektrochemie

Experiments to illustrate the properties of permanent magnets
Experiments on the detection and behavior of electric charges
Experiments on the basics of electrochemistry
The components of this supplementary set are stored in a separate tray.

Students kit Electricity – Upgrade Electrostatics, Magnetism and Electrochemistry

Art. no. 23230

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  • 1 - Frictional electricity

    experiment "Frictional electricity"

    Static electricity or friction is a type of charge separation. This creates a charge difference on the different bodies.

  • 2 - Forces acting between harged bodies

    experiment "Forces acting between harged bodies"

    This experiment shows how charged bodies behave when approaching.

  • 3 - Model of an electroscope

    experiment "Model of an electroscope"

    The students build a pendulum from pieces of elderberry pulp and examine the electrical state.

  • 4 - Electroscope

    experiment "Electroscope"

    The experiment shows the change in the electroscope when its electrode is touched with an electrically charged plastic rod.

  • 5 - Polarisation/induction

    experiment "Polarisation/induction"

    The experiment shows the effects when the charged plastic rod approaches the uncharged plastic rod.

  • 6 - Induction at the electroscope

    experiment "Induction at the electroscope"

    The experiment shows the influence on the electroscope.

  • 7 - Storing charges

    experiment "Storing charges"

    The experiment examines the electrical state when a charged plastic rod touches a metal cup and a glow lamp inside the metal cup.

  • 8 - Faraday beaker

    experiment "Faraday beaker"

    The experiment shows the effect of a pendulum piece with an electrically charged plastic rod.

  • 9 - Magnetic action

    experiment "Magnetic action"

    In this experiment, the magnetic properties of different metals are tested.

  • 10 - Magnetic field

    experiment "Magnetic field"

    The magnetic field is a special state of space in which electrically charged bodies are attracted or repelled.

  • 11 - Forces acting between magnets

    experiment "Forces acting between magnets"

    The force of magnets means that like poles attract and different poles repel.

  • 12 - Magnetic induction

    experiment "Magnetic induction"

    Magnetic influence refers to the magnetization of ferromagnetic materials. This happens when they come into a magnetic field strong enough to align their elemental magnets.

  • 13 - Geomagnetism/compass

    experiment "Geomagnetism/compass"

    The way a compass works means that the needle always points to the geographic north pole, which is the same as the physical south pole. Therefore, it can be said that the earth is a great magnet.

  • 14 - Electrolysis

    experiment "Electrolysis"

    Electrolysis is used to break down chemical elements under the influence of an electric current.

  • 15 - Galvanisation

    experiment "Galvanisation"

    In this experiment, the influence of a copper sulphate solution when an electrical voltage is applied is examined.

  • 16 - Electrochemical element

    experiment "Electrochemical element"

    In this experiment, the chemical processes occurring when the electrodes are immersed in the acidic electrolyte are observed.

  • 17 - Electrochemical potential

    experiment "Electrochemical potential"

    In this experiment, the chemical processes are observed using different substances when the electrodes are immersed in the acidic electrolyte.

scope of supply
  • 1 × Screen translucent, plastic
  • 2 × Stand rod, plastic
  • 1 × Electroscope, isolated on plug
  • 1 × Pith ball pendulum
  • 1 × Set of (4) compasses
  • 1 × Caster with iron powder
  • 1 × Pivot bearing for magnets
  • 1 × Friction rubber, silk
  • 1 × Friction rubber, wool
  • 1 × Electrode, zinc
  • 1 × Electrode, copper
  • 1 × Electrode, iron
  • 1 × Copper-II-sulfate (50 g)
  • 1 × Litmus paper, neutral
  • 2 × Plastic dishes
  • 1 × Box, plastic, 140x50x25 mm
  • 1 × Tray, shallow, red
  • 1 × Lid
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