Rubrik: Optics

In daylight

Thanks to the extremely bright halogen incandescent lamp, all experiments on geometric optics, imaging, and diffraction optics can be performed in daylight, except for the double-slit experiment, in which the room must be largely darkened.

The experimental light made of black anodized aluminum immediately produces parallel light for geometric optics on the table when switched on. If it is mounted on a standardized stand rod, it is already properly height-adjusted for all experimental setups of imaging and diffraction optics after locking in place.