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Re: [Phys-L] Unknown lecture demo equipment

I think you would put that connector post on the bottom on some vertical oscillator. Then tune the oscillator to show a resonate modes of the hoop.


Scott Goelzer
Physics, Engineering, & Chemistry
Coe-Brown Northwood Academy
Northwood NH

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On Jun 4, 2021, at 12:40 PM, John Sohl via Phys-l <> wrote:

Hi All, especially you older guys like me. A couple of us have been
completely cleaning out and reorganizing our lecture demo prep/storage
area. We have come across thirteen items that I have little to no idea what
they are, how they are used, and if they are worth keeping. I've made a
list of photos and put them on the internet here:




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