Simple measuring instrument to determine Planck’s constant
You need only an power source 10V (or 9V battery) and 2 multimeters required.
1 as mA meter, 1 as Voltage meter.
Dutch PDF manual in the ‘Thing Files’
Acrylate front plate. Fits exactly in case from Hammond.
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Eenvoudig meetinstrument om de constante van Planck te bepalen
Alleen een voedingsbron 10 V (of 9 V batterij) en 2 multimeters nodig.
Gebruik 1 multimeter als mA meter, en 1 als Volt meter.
PDF gebruiksaanwijzing in de ‘Thing Files’
Frontplaat van perspex. Past exact op kant en klare kast van firma Hammond.
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