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11A01.01 - Physics of the Human Body

​11A01.01 - Physics of the Human Body

11A10.10 - Bob the Smoking Skeleton

To show a life size representation of the human skeleton.

11A10.1A60.u2 - Surface Area of a Lung

Model of the surface area of a lung using a large sheet of plastic.

11A10.1J30.u3 - Euler Buckling

Demonstrate the buckling of a material (steel in this case) under a mass given different types of support.​

11A10.1J40.u1 - Model Leg for Use in Torque and Elasticity Calculations

Calculate the compressive force on the tibia when one stands on the ball of one foot.​

11A10.1J40.u2 - Mechanical Forearm Lever

Demonstrate the load that biceps handle when supporting a forearm.​

11A10.1N30.u2 - Crash Test Dummies

​Demonstrate the conservation  of momentum with Bob and Floyd.

11A10.1R20.u1 - Matter Model

​Demonstrates stress, strain, and shearing forces.

11A10.20 - Model of the Human Brain

A model of the human brain that pulls apart to show you the structure within the brain is available.​

11A10.2A20.10 - Capillary Action

Demonstrate the diameter's effect on capillary action.​

11A10.2B40.u1 - Lung Apparatus

​Demonstrate how the diaphragm causes the lungs to breathe.

11A10.2C10.u1 - Stethoscope and Sphygmomanometer

A real stethoscope that can be used to hear heart beats and a real sphygmomanometer to measure blood pressure.​

11A10.30 - Model of Heart - One Way Valve

​To show how a one way pump can work. Like the heart.

11A10.3B60.20a - Heart Beats on a Scope

Observe the waveform of a heart-beat using an electronic stethescope.​

11A10.3C10.10 - Model of the Ear

​To show a model of the ear.

11A10.3C10.10u1 - Model of Basilar Membrane

To show a model of how the Basilar membrane in your ear recongnizes different frequencies of sound.​

11A10.3C20.10 - Range of Hearing

​Demonstrate the approximate frequency range of human hearing.

11A10.3C55.u1 - Helium Voice

Demonstrate the effect of inhaled helium on the voice.​

11A10.4D10.13 - Brownian Motion Real Time

​View Brownian motion with a microscope in real time.

11A10.4D30.21 - Brownian Motion Demonstrator

Demonstrate Brownian motion on an overhead.​

11A10.4D50.42 - Diffusion of Ammonia and Hydrogen Chloride (FOR USE IN LECTURE HALLS ONLY)

​Demonstrate the inverse relationship between molecular velocity and molecular mass.

11A10.4D50.70 - Osmosis

Illustrate the tendency of a solution of given concentration to pass though a semi-permeable membrane into a solution of lower concentration, thereby equalizing the concentration of solvent on both sides of the membrane.​

11A10.5D30.u1 - GFI Guy

Demonstrate the dangers of 120-volt AC and show the safety features of GFI outlet circuitry.​

11A10.5K40.83 - Bicycle Generator

Demosntrate the concept of energy and mechanical to electrical energy transformation.​

11A10.6A20.35 - Mirage

Two, stacked, inverted concave mirrors with a hole at the top create a real image of an object that you can almost grab.​

11A10.6C20.u1 - Diffraction of DNA (a slide with various patterns)

​Demonstrate how the diffraction pattern of DNA reveals its physical structure.

11A10.6F10.25 - Spinning Color Wheel

Demonstrate that if you have a disk with colored sectors, when rotated fast enough, the output appears white.​

11A10.6J10.10 - Physical Model of the Eye

Show how the lens of the eye forms an image on the retina.​

11A10.6J10.21 - Optical Model of the Eye

​Show how light is focused in an eye, with or without corrective lenses.

11A10.6J10.u1 - Biological Model of the Eye

Demonstrate clearly the parts of the eye and their orientation with respect to one another.​