The measurement of Planck's constant has being carried out in many institutions with a variety of approaches.
This experimental unit uses the photoelectric effect, where electrons stimulated by incoming light create an electric current, to experimentally determine the value of Planck's constant (h).
This unit also encourages students to get a fundamental understanding of the quantum character of light and to gain experience with experimental skill related to photoelectric effect.
Bromine-Tungsten lamp 12 V, 75 W
0.17 A, for abstraction of heat created by source
f '= 50 mm, f '= 70 mm
DC regulated Power Supply
4 stop ， 100 μA, magnetoelectric
Bromine Tungsten Lamp and Power Supply
Lens f = 70mm
Photoelectrical Receiver, Amplifier and Power Supply
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SKU RAY-RSDI-1-392 Part Number
Optics, Physics Optics Experiment Instrument
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