Detect and record earthquakes using a Seismometer, investigate free, forced, and chaotic oscillations with the Torsion Pendulum, use the Gravity Pendulum to determine the period of oscillation as a function of the pendulum length and of the acceleration due to gravity. Experiment with the Rotation Apparatus to determine the angular acceleration as a function of torque and the moment of inertia as a function of the distance of the body from the axis and its mass.

## Vibration generator - for investigating oscillations and resonances

Item: 1000701 [U56001]

Item: 1000705 [U56005]

Item: 1000706 [U56006]

## Set Wilberforce pendulum - Combination of translational and rotational oscillation

Item: 1012844 [U61021]

## Set Classic Pendulums - for table experiments

Item: 1012853 [U61024]

## Set String Pendulum - for tabletop experiments

Item: 1012854 [U61025]

## Foucault Pendulum (115 V, 50/60 Hz)

Item: 1000747 [U8403000-115]

## Foucault Pendulum (230 V, 50/60 Hz)

Item: 1000748 [U8403000-230]

## Variable g Pendulum

Item: 1000755 [U8403950]

## Pendulum Rod with Angle Sensor, 12V AC (115V,50/60Hz)

Item: 1000762 [U8404275-115]

## Pendulum Rod with Angle Sensor, 12V AC (230V,50/60Hz)

Item: 1000763 [U8404275-230]

## Pendulum Rod

Item: 1000764 [U8404280]

## Maxwell‘s Wheel

Item: 1000790 [U8408305]

## Rolling Pendulum - a simple mathematical pendulum

Item: 1017332 [U8498293]

## Kater’s Reversible Pendulum

Item: 1018466 [U8557170]

## Chaotic Pendulum E

Item: 1017531 [U8557340]

## Pohl's Torsion Pendulum - for oscillation analysis with damping

Item: 1002956 [U15040]

## Torsion Axle

Item: 1008662 [U20050]

## Set of 4 Pendulum Bobs

Item: 1003230 [U30035]