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demonstrations:4_thermodynamics:4b_heat_and_the_first_law:lead_ball_and_plate:start [2019/02/14 23:33] external edit
demonstrations:4_thermodynamics:4b_heat_and_the_first_law:lead_ball_and_plate:start [2020/02/03 20:48]
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 ====== Lead Ball And Plate ====== ====== Lead Ball And Plate ======
-{{tag> ​needs_review untagged ​unlocated}}+{{tag> ​conservation_of_energy thermodynamics lead infrared_camera ​unlocated}}
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 ===== Description ===== ===== Description =====
-Energy Conversion. ​   Classes Used: PHYS 153 +This demo consists only of a largeheavily dented ​lead plate and lead ball, and is used with the infrared camera.
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-Equipment: Lead Ball and PlateIR Camera ​   Focus the IR camera onto the lead plateand slam the lead ball into the plate. The point of impact should be visibly warmer due to the conversion of kinetic energy into thermal energy ​Updated on 05/30/13+
 ===== Purpose ===== ===== Purpose =====
 +Showing the conservation of energy, as evident in the conversion of kinetic energy into thermal energy. Often the phrase '​excess energy is dissipated as heat' can feel somewhat dismissive, this helps rectify that by showing it visually.
 ===== Apparatus ===== ===== Apparatus =====
 +  * Lead Ball and Plate 
 +  * [[demonstrations:​9_equipment:​infrared_camera:​start|Infrared camera]]
 ===== Setup ===== ===== Setup =====
 +Focus the IR camera onto the lead plate, and slam the lead ball into the plate as hard as you safely can. The point of impact should be visibly warmer in the infrared due to the conversion of kinetic energy into thermal energy.
 +===== Notes =====
-===== Notes =====+<WRAP center round important 60%> 
 +Lead is a toxic metal. Gloves are recommended. If you handle it bare-handed,​ wash your hands very thoroughly afterwards and avoid touching anything that may get near your mouth later on. Dermal contact is not toxic, but ingestion and inhalation most certainly is.  
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-| **Location** | ---- |+| **Location** | C1 |
 | **Maker** | Unknown | | **Maker** | Unknown |
 | **Current State** | Working | | **Current State** | Working |
demonstrations/4_thermodynamics/4b_heat_and_the_first_law/lead_ball_and_plate/start.txt · Last modified: 2020/03/13 20:58 by demoroom