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The pictures third and fourth from the bottom (the glass tubes with the--
bulbs on the end) demonstrate a water hammer.
Water is added to the tube and a vacuum is pulled and the tube sealed.
Holding the bulb end up, you sharply shake the tube downwards. The water
will fall as a solid mass (instead of splitting up due to air) and make a
distinctive clink against the bottom of the tube.
On Friday, June 4, 2021, 09:39:59 AM PDT, John Sohl via Phys-l <
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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