Experimentally learn about current and resistance effects using basic series and parallel circuits.
|Battery, D 1.5V||JE-105A-S136,D100||5 per table|
|Holder, D-Battery, Single||JE-105A-s136||5 per table|
|Holder, Light Bulb, Miniature||JE-105A-S137||5 per table|
|Light Bulbs, Miniature #48||JE-105A-S137||5 per table|
|Wire, Copper, Insulated, #22||JE-105A-S137||5 per table|
|Objects, Assorted, Elec Cond Test||JE 105A - S135||1 per table|
|Light Bulb (Base Cut Open)||JE 105A-S137||2 per table|
|Wire, Nichrome, Nickel Cromium, 22GA||JE-105A-S65||1 per table|
Per Student: 1 each of a battery, battery holder, bulb, bulb holder, and a wire. Per Table: 1. One bag of assorted objects (check Dr. Cumming's cart). 2. One bulb and one battery each in their respective holders with two wires. 3. One battery in holder with bare nickel chromium (gauge 22 or 28) wire attached. 4. Large bulb with base cut off (check Dr. Cumming's cart). 5. Hook up two bulbs with holders in series with a FRESH battery in a holder. Make sure the bulbs have approximately equal brightness (check by eye).