1428 Einstein’s Elevator


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OPTIKA Einstein’s Elevator

The reasons that led Einstein to develop the Theory of General Relativity can be basically explained by using ideal experiments. The most important one is known as Einstein’s elevator. With this apparatus it’s possible to show and measure the absence of gravity in addition to a standard experiment that is possible to do with the apparatus for free fall. EXPERIMENTS Verification of Einstein’s equivalence principle Supplied Materials:

1 110 cm long plexiglas cylinder, equipped with PVC caps

1 Electromagnet (coil + core)

1 Clamp

1 Electromagnet power supply with cables

1 Suitcase

1 Elevator consisting of two aluminium discs fastened to the same pin

1 12 mm diam. rod, L 120 cm

1 PVC ring with rod

1 Wire 2 Double boss-heads

MATERIAL REQUIRED NOT SUPPLIED: Force sensor Interface or USB force sensor

Additional information

Weight 10 lbs
Dimensions 24 × 24 × 12 in
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