College & University Physics Lab Experiments

PASCO Experiment List

  Product # Required Interface Options
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Mechanics

       
Atwood’s Machine   EX-5501  
Projectile Motion EX-5502  
Newton’s Laws EX-5503A    
Hooke’s Law EX-5504A  
Centripetal Force on a Pendulum   EX-5505A  
Centripetal Force EX-5506    
Sliding Friction EX-5508  
Impulse EX-5509A    
Conservation of Momentum EX-5510B    
Ballistic Pendulum EX-5511A  
Conservation of Energy EX-9935    
Conservation of Energy II EX-5512  
Work Energy Theorem EX-5513A  
Universal Gravitational Constant EX-5550    
Archimedes’ Principle EX-9909    
Rotational Inertia EX-5516A  
Physical Pendulum EX-5518A  
Conservation of Angular Momentum EX-5517A  

 

Oscillations

       
Bridge Vibrations EX-5548    
Variable-g Pendulum EX-5519A  
Large Amplitude Pendulum EX-5520A  
Driven Damped Harmonic Oscillator EX-5522A    
Chaos EX-5523A    

 

Thermodynamics

       
Specific Heat   EX-5524A  
Electrical Equivalent of Heat EX-5525    
Ideal Gas Law EX-5527  
Blackbody Radiation EX-5529A    
Heat Engine Cycle EX-5530B    
Ratio of Specific Heats EX-5531A  

 

Electromagnetism

       
Electrostatic Charge   EX-5532    
Coulomb’s Law EX-9930B    
Charge of an Electron EX-9929A    
Capacitance   EX-5533  
Resistivity EX-5534    
Ohm’s Law EX-5535  
RC Circuit   EX-5536  
LRC Circuit EX-5537    
Kirchhoff’s Circuit Laws EX-5538  
Earth’s Magnetic Field EX-5539A  
Magnetic Forces on Wires EX-9933    
Magnetic Fields of Coils EX-5540A    
Faraday’s Law of Induction EX-5541A  

 

Waves and Optics

       
Vibrating String EX-5542    
Waves EX-9952    
Reflection and Refraction   EX-9987    
Speed of Light EX-9932A    
Telescope/Microscope   EX-9988    
Polarization of Light EX-5543A  
Brewster’s Angle EX-5544A    
Light Intensity vs. Distance EX-5547A  
Interference and Diffraction of Light EX-5545A  

 

Quantum

       
Atomic Spectra EX-5546B  
Photoelectric Effect EX-5549A  

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