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Expansion coefficient of liquids

Expansion coefficient of liquids

Item no.: P1042600

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Principle

Using water as a model the expansion of a liquid is shown as a function of temperature. In the supplementary problem, the expansion coefficient is calculated at different temperatures. The expansion of water is not linear; its coefficient is not constant.
If you wish to demonstrate a liquid with a linear expansion coefficient, we recommend alcohol. However, it is very inflammable: be extremely careful when doing experiments with it!

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  • Real stand material for an esecially stable and safe setup
  • Student-suitable experiment descriptions with reports available
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p1042600e.pdf Experiment guide, English 394.37 KB

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