C1.1.3.2 Estimation of the Size of Oil Molecules

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Estimation of the Size of Oil Molecules

One of the important questions in atomic physics is the question of the size of the atom. The study of the size of molecules provides experimentally easier access on a manageable magnitude. Experiment C1.1.3.2 uses simple means to estimate the size of molecules from the size of a patch of oil floating on the surface of water.

Components of experiment:

1 664 179 Crystallisation dish, 230 mm diam., 3500 ml
1 665 843 Burette, clear glass, 10 ml
1 664 110 Beaker, DURAN, 50 ml, tall
1 665 751 Measuring cylinder, 10 ml, with plastic base
1 665 754 Measuring cylinder, 100 ml, with plastic base
1 300 02 Stand base, V-shaped, small
1 300 43 Stand rod, 75 cm, 12 mm diam.
1 301 09 Bosshead S
1 666 555 Universal clamp, 0…80 mm
1 675 3410 Water, pure, 5 l
1 672 1240 Glycerinetrioleate, 100 ml
1 674 2220 Petroleum ether, 40…70 °C, 1 l
1 670 6920 Lycopodium spores, 25 g

 

Additional information

Weight 14 lbs
Dimensions 36 × 36 × 24 in
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