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P2.5.3.2 Determining the Adiabatic Exponent cp/cV of Various Gases using the Gas Elastic Resonance Apparatus
P2.5.3.2 Determining the Adiabatic Exponent cp/cV of Various Gases using the Gas Elastic Resonance Apparatus
Leybold LD Didactic

P2.5.3.2 Determining the Adiabatic Exponent cp/cV of Various Gases using the Gas Elastic Resonance Apparatus

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Determining the Adiabatic Exponent cp/cV of Various Gases using the Gas Elastic Resonance Apparatus

In the experiment P2.5.3.2, the adiabatic exponent is determined using the gas elastic resonance apparatus. Here, the air column is sealed by a magnetic piston which is excited to forced oscillations by means of an alternating electromagnetic field. The aim of the experiment is to find the characteristic frequency f0 of the system, i.e. the frequency at which the piston oscillates with maximum amplitude. Other gases, such as carbon dioxide and nitrogen, can alternatively be used in this experiment.

COMPONENTS OF EQUIPMENT SETS:

1 371 07 Gas elastic resonance apparatus
1 531 120 Multimeter LDanalog 20
1 522 561 Function generator P
1 300 02 Stand base, V-shaped, small
1 660 980 Fine regulating valve for minican gas canisters
1 660 985 Minican pressurised gas canister, neon
1 660 999 Minican pressurised gas canister, carbon dioxide
1 665 255 Three-way valve, T-shaped, ST nozzles
1 667 194 Silicone tubing, 7 mm diam., 1 m
1 604 481 Rubber tubing, 1 m x 4 mm diam., DIN 12865
1 604 510 Tubing connector, 4...15 mm
1 500 422 Connecting lead 19 A, 50 cm, blue
1 501 46 Connecting leads, 19 A, 100 cm, red/blue, pair


EXPERIMENT INSTRUCTIONS PLEASE CLICK HERE