1Q40.20 - Cons. of Angular Momentum Demos - Squeezatron
The double mass system may have to be oiled so that it moves freely.
- Richard E. Berg and Robert E. Anders, "Angular Momentum Conservation Demonstration", TPT, Vol. 27, # 7, p. 561, October 1989.
- Everette E. Tompkins", "Rotational Motion Demonstrator", TPT, Vol. 26, # 3, Mar. 1988, p. 187.
- R. D. Edge, "Levitating a Marble", TPT, Vol. 24, # 5, May 1986, p. 295.
- T. M. Kalotas and A. R. Lee, "A Simple Device to Illustrate Angular Momentum Conservation and Instability", AJP, Vol. 58, #1, Jan. 1990, p. 80.
- John Hart, "The Conversation of Angular Momentum", AJP, 33, # 4, April 1965, p. 345.
- Mt-1, "Angular Momentum", Freier and Anderson, A Demonstration Handbook for Physics.
- M-177, Richard Manliffe Sutton, Demonstration Experiments in Physics.
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