1C10.20 - Dynamics Carts - Pasco
Set us the Carts and Track in much the same way as with the Air Track system. Accessories used will depend upon the experiment you are doing.
Small lab jacks may be substituted for the standard legs to make leveling of the track much faster and easier.
- Jeffrey W. Rylander and John J. Miller, "Diffraction Patterns with Light and Motion Sensors", TPT, Vol. 37, #2, Feb. 1999, p. 106.
- Roger F. Larson, "Measuring the Coefficient of Friction of a Low-Friction Cart", TPT, Vol. 36 #8, Nov. 1998, p. 464.
- Todd R. Boyette and David G. Haase, "An Apparatus Evaluation", TPT, Vol. 34, #5, May 1996, p. 298.
- Páll Theodórsson, "A New Dynamics Cart on an Inclined Plane", TPT, Vol. 33, #7, Oct. 1995, p. 458.
- Kathy Malone and Bob Reiland, "Exploring Newton's Third Law", TPT, Vol. 33, #6, Sept. 1995, p. 410.
- T.A. McMath, "A Dynamics Cart Demonstration: Momentum, Kinetic Energy, and More", TPT, Vol. 24, #5, May 1986, p. 282.
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