Measuring the linear expansion of solids as a function of temperature

VP2.1.1.3
Measuring the linear expansion of solids as a function of temperature
Measuring the linear expansion of solids as a function of temperature
Measuring the linear expansion of solids as a function of temperature

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Description

In the experiment P2.1.1.3, a circulation thermostat is used to heat the water, which flows through various tube samples. The expansion apparatus measures the change in the lengths of the tubes as a function of the temperature ϑ.

Components of equipment sets

1 381341 Longitudinal expansion apparatus D LD
1 361152 Dial gauge with holder LD
1 38234 Thermometer, -10...+110 °C/0.2 K LD
1 6667681  4  Circulation thermostat SC 100-S5P LD
2 667194  4  Silicone tubing 7 mm Ø, 1 m LD
2 6753410  4  Water, pure, 5 l LD

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