Physics in a suitcase 8: Magnetism, electromagnetism Physics in a suitcase 8: Magnetism, electromagnetism
The Magnetism set from the Physics in a Suitcase series enables students to conduct experiments on magnetism and electromagnetism according to the included worksheets in the accompanying instructions. With this set, students can explore typical experiments such as investigating the differences between diamagnetic, paramagnetic and ferromagnetic substances, magnetic field lines and current induced from a magnetic field. All the components in the kit are housed in an aluminium case padded with sponge.
Diamagnetic, paramagnetic and ferromagnetic substances.
Prediction of magnetic field lines.
Induction of a magnetic field by an electric current.
Magnetic field induces electric current /.../.
3 x D-type battery holder;
1 x Transparent acrylic plate to support permanent magnets and bracket under the acrylic plate;
4 x Cable with banana plugs 25 cm;
1 x Push-button switch;
1 x Paramagnetic aluminum ring (diameter 25 mm);
1 x Multimeter;
1 x Magnetic probe;
1 x Plastic funnel;
10 x Cartographic compasses;
2 x Cable with banana plugs 50 cm;
2 x Bar magnets;
1 x Iron filings (300g);
2 x Steel plate;
1 x Single coil coil and five coil coils embedded in acrylic plate;
1 x Straight line conductor embedded in acrylic plate;
1 x Long coil-shaped conductor embedded in acrylic plate;
1 x Manual with worksheets