Effective and Inexpensive HPLC Analogue for First-Year Students: Buret Chromatography of Food Dyes in Drinks
Brian Stankus, Rosemary White, and Binyomin Abrams (Boston University, Massachusetts);
J. Chem. Educ., 96, 2019, pp 739−744.
Escape the Lab: An Interactive Escape-Room Game as a Laboratory Experiment
Matthew J. Vergne, Joshua D. Simmons, and Ryan S. Bowen (Lipscomb University, Tennessee);
J. Chem. Educ., 96, 2019, pp 985−991.
Sound Propagation, Reflection, and Its Relevance to Ultrasound Imaging
Thomas Allen (Portland State University, Oregon), Alex Chally (Portland State University, Oregon), Bradley Moser (University of New England, Maine), and Ralf Widenhorn (Portland State University, Oregon);
The Physics Teacher, 57, March, 2019, page 134.
What a Metal Pipe Can Teach You About Magnetism
Maarij Syed, and N. Nuessle (Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, Illinois);
The Physics Teacher, 57, May, 2019, page 330.
This series of experiments uses our Rotary Motion Sensor with a Vernier interface to study the motion of an Atwood machine with one side consisting of a magnet moving inside a metal tube. The eddy current damping of the motion is studied.