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P5.6.3.1 Determining the Velocity of Light Using a Periodical Light Signal at a Short Measuring Distance
P5.6.3.1 Determining the Velocity of Light Using a Periodical Light Signal at a Short Measuring Distance
P5.6.3.1 Determining the Velocity of Light Using a Periodical Light Signal at a Short Measuring Distance
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P5.6.3.1 Determining the Velocity of Light Using a Periodical Light Signal at a Short Measuring Distance

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Determining the Velocity of Light Using a Periodical Light Signal at a Short Measuring Distance

In the experiment P5.6.3.1, the apparent transit time Δt’ is measured as a function of the measuring distance Δs, and the velocity of light in the air is calculated according to the formula

COMPONENTS OF EQUIPMENT SETS:

1 476 301 Light transmitter and receiver
1 575 214 Oscilloscope 30 MHz, two-channel, analogous
1 460 08 Lens in frame, f=150 mm
2 300 11 Saddle base
1 311 02 Metal rule, 1 m

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