Using a spherometer to determine bending radii

VP1.1.1.3
Using a spherometer to determine bending radii
Using a spherometer to determine bending radii Vertical section through the measuring configuration with spherometer Left: object with convex surface, Right: Object with concaves surface
Using a spherometer to determine bending radii

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Description

The experiment P1.1.1.3 determines the bending radii R of watch-glasses using a spherometer. These are derived on the basis of the convexity height h at a given distance r between the feet of the spherometer, using the formula

Components of equipment sets

1 31186  4  Spherometer LD
1 460291  8  Plane mirror, 11.5 cm x 10 cm LD
1 662092  4  Cover slips LD
1 664154  4  Watch glass dish 80 mm Ø LD
1 664157  4  Watch glass dish 125 mm Ø LD

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