This series of lab investigation kits is designed to provide 9th to 12th grade science and physics teachers with “classroom-ready” guides and material. These are practical, hands-on investigations of modern physics concepts including Measuring Planck’s constant and more in development.
Planck’s constant lies at the heart of quantum physics. This lab kit presents a laboratory activity in which grades 11 and 12 students measure Planck’s constant using a simple electronic circuit. The lab teacher’s guide is packaged with all materials required to carry out the lab in the classroom.
Where does technology come from? Find out how the four key scientific concepts of electromagnetism, relativity, and quantum mechanics have empowered us to engineer technology. The Physics of Innovation is ideal for use with ninth to twelfth grade students.