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Hertz electron tube for quantitative investigations of inelastic collisions of electrons with inert gas atoms, determination of ionization and excitation energies of helium, resolution of the energy states of various primary and orbital angular-momentum ...
Control unit for operating the critical potential tubes. Equipped with an output for sawtooth acceleration voltages; adjustable upper and lower limits of the acceleration voltage. Integrated pico-ammeter amplifier for anode current measurement. Allows ...
Plug-in power supply with an electronically regulated output voltage for supplying the electronic modules of the tube program. Connecting lead with a 6-pole, self-locking special plug.
- Lead length: 100 cm
- Output: 12 V
The Franck-Hertz Experiment demonstrates the quantization of energy, existence of discrete atomic energy states, and the generation, recording, and evaluation of spectra. This Power Supply Unit is required for the proper operation of the Mercury-filled ...
Item: U8482130-115 
Highly evacuated electron tube containing mercury in a heating chamber for demonstrating the discrete nature (quantization) of the energy released by free electrons in collisions with mercury atoms, and for determining the excitation energy of the mercury ...
Item: U8482150-115 
Replacement mercury tube for the Franck-Hertz experiment with mercury.
Item: U8482170 
Highly evacuated electron tube containing neon, mounted on a base with socket connection for demonstrating that free electrons colliding with neon atoms emit energy in quantized packets and for determining the excitation energy of the 3P0 or 3S1 states ...
Item: U8482230 
Replacement Neon tube for the Frank-Hertz Experiment Neon Tube with Base.
Item: U8482240 
The quantization of energy and the generation, recording and evaluation of spectra, along with the experimental verification thereof, is included in most of the curricula used around the world. The well known experiment first performed by James Franck ...
Highly evacuated electron tube containing mercury in a heating chamber for demonstrating the discrete nature (quantization) of the energy released by free electrons in collisions with mercury atoms, and for determining the excitation energy of the ...