3D30.71 - Hoot Tube
See also 3D30.71 in Chemistry and Physics of Everyday Experience
Singing Tubes: Light the Bunsen burner and adjust the flame to uniformity. Lower one end of the tube over the burner until an audible sound results.
- "Simple Sound Demonstrations", TPT, Vol. 36, # 1, p. 16, Jan. 1998.
- Thomas B. Greenslade, Jr., "The Chemical Harmonica", TPT, Vol. 19, # 1, Jan. 1981, p. 42.
- Carl J, Naegele, "Resonance and Foghorns", TPT, Vol. 15, # 9, Dec. 1977, p. 559.
- Thomas B. Greenslade, Jr., "Photo - Singing Tubes", AJP, Vol. 76, # 8, Aug. 2008, p. 768.
- Se- 5: Freier and Anderson, A Demonstration Handbook for Physics.
- W- 210: "Singing Pipes-Straw & Scissor", DICK and RAE Physics Demo Notebook.
- S- 61: Richard Manliffe Sutton, Demonstration Experiments in Physics.
- George M. Hopkins, "Sound", Experimental Science, p. 146.
- Robert L. Wild, "Singing Pipes", Low-Cost Physics Demonstrations, # 114, p. 68.
- 1.14-1.15: Charles Taylor, The Art and Science of Lecture Demonstration, p. 31- 33.
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