REFERENCES

REFERENCES SECTION K

K1: FORCES ON MOVING CHARGES

K1-01: FORCE BETWEEN CURRENT-CARRYING WIRES
Bruce Bernero, A Demonstration of Magnetic Force Upon a Current-Carrying Wire, TPT 25, 88, (1987).
Jack Willis and Donal F. Kirwan, Forces Exerted Between Parallel Conductors, TPT 13, 113-114, (1975).
H. W. Dosso and R. H. Vidal, Magnetic Field Demonstrations, AJP 31, 59-60, (1963).
Blane Baker, Demonstrating forces between parallel wires, TPT 38, 299 (2000).

K1-02: FORCE BETWEEN CURRENT-CARRYING WIRES - PROJECTION
None.

K1-03: FORCE ON CURRENT IN MAGNETIC FIELD
None.

K1-04: FORCE ON CURRENT IN MAGNETIC FIELD - PORTABLE
None.

K1-05: FORCE BETWEEN CURRENT-CARRYING COILS
None.

K1-06: CURRENT BALANCE
K.A. Fletcher, S.V. Iyer, and K.F. Kinsey, Some Pivotal Thoughts on the Current Balance, TPT 41, 280-284 (2003).

K1-11: CATHODE-RAY TUBE - DEFLECTION BY CURRENT
Operating Instructions, Cathode Ray Tube, Model CR-100-A, Electro-Technic Products.

K1-12: CATHODE-RAY TUBE - DEFLECTION BY MAGNET
Operating Instructions, Cathode Ray Tube, Model CR-100-A, Electro-Technic Products.

K1-13: CATHODE-RAY TUBE - DE LA RIVE MAGNETIC EFFECT
None.

K1-14: OSCILLOSCOPE CRT - DEFLECTION BY MAGNET
J. G. Shepard, Magnetic Experiments with a Cathode Ray Tube, TPT 5, 153-155, (1967).
Tektronix T0510 Performance Curves, CRT Data, (1965).
Schematic Diagrams for Oscilloscope Circuits.

K1-15: OSCILLOSCOPE CRT - DEFLECTION BY ELECTRIC FIELD
None.

K1-16: VISIBLE CRT
None.

K1-21: TORQUE ON CURRENT LOOP IN MAGNETIC FIELD
Lev Vaidman, Torque and force on a magnetic dipole, AJP 58, 978-983 (1990).
V. Hnizdo, Comment on "Torque and force on a magnetic dipole" by Lev Vaidman [AJP 58, 978-983 (1990)], AJP 60, 279-280 (1992).

K1-22: TORQUE ON 500-TURN COIL IN MAGNETIC FIELD
None.

K1-23: TORQUE ON CURRENT LOOP - MODEL
None.

K1-31: MAGNETOHYDRODYNAMIC GENERATOR
J. L. Ryerson, An Interesting Exhibit, AJP 17, 520 (1949).
Paul C. Sharrah and G. D. Lingelbach, Demonstration Electromagnetic Pump, AJP 23, 301-302 (1955).
Walter M. Elsasser, Hydromagnetism. I. A Review, AJP 23, 590-609 (1955).
E. W. LeMaster and L. C. Shepley, A Simple MHD Pump, AJP 38, 389-390 (1970).
J. P. Rayner, Experiments in Magnetohydrodynamics, AJP 38, 736-740 (1970).
John J. Wright and Stephen Van der Beken, The Hall Effect in a Flowing Electrolyte, AJP 40, 245-247 (1972).
Igor Alexeff, Marshall Pace, Leon Hofer, and Karl Lonngren, A Simple MHD Power Generator for the Student Laboratory, AJP 41, 203-206 (1973).
Arthur Kantrowitz and Richard J. Rosa, MHD Power Generation, TPT 13, 455-464 (1975).
H. S. T. Driver, Comment on "The Hall effect in a flowing electrolyte [AJP 40, 245-247 (1972)], AJP 46, 1275 (1978).
Earl Zwicker: Doing Physics column: The Right-Hand Rule Made Visible?, TPT27 (9), 684-686.
Stanislaw Bednarek, Apparatus and Demonstration Notes: Self-powered magnetohydrodynamic motors, AJP 64, 90-92 (1996).
Thomas B. Greenslade, Jr., Devices to Display Electromagnetic Rotation, TPT 34, 412-416 (1996).
Willem H. van den Berg and Kirk A. Miller, Moving Water with No Moving Parts, TPT 35, 531 (1997).

K1-41: BARLOW'S DISC
Kenneth E. Jessee, Construction of a Faraday "Dynamo," AJP 41, 120-121 (1973).

K1-51: HALL EFFECT
J. P. Eisenstein, The quantum hall effect, AJP 61, 179-183 (1993).
B. L. Johnson, Inertial forces and the Hall effect, AJP 68, 649-653 (2000).

K2: ELECTROMAGNETIC INDUCTION

K2-01: EARTH INDUCTOR
Instructions for Use: Cat No. 9317 Professional Degaussing Coil.
W. V. Houston, The Laws of Electromagnetic Induction, AJP 7, 373-378 (1939).
Hermann Haemmerle, A New Apparatus for Demonstrating and Induced Electromotive Force, AJP 17, 317 (1949).
David Harrison, Apparatus Notes: Discovering induction, AJP 49, 603 (1981).
Jose A. Manzanares, Juan Bisquert, Germa Garcia-Belmonte, and Mercedes Fernandez-Alonso, An experiment on magnetic induction pulses, AJP 62, 702-706 (1994).

K2-02: INDUCTION IN A SINGLE WIRE
E. M. E. Electromagnetism Series, Teacher's Guide, Units 5: Electromagnetic Induction.

K2-03: FARADAY'S EXPERIMENT ON INDUCTION
None.

K2-04: FARADAY'S EXPERIMENT - EME SET - 20, 40, 80 TURN COILS
None.

K2-05: FARADAY 'S EXPERIMENT - CONCENTRIC COILS
None.

K2-11: SELF INDUCTION
Thomas B. Brown, Improved Demonstration of Self-Induction, AJP 27, 59 (1959).

K2-12: SELF INDUCTION - DEMOUNTABLE TRANSFORMER
None.

K2-21: RUHMKORFF INDUCTION COIL
Catalog Description, 2382 Induction Coil, Sargent Welch.
Schematic Diagram, ID-300 Modified Ruhmhorff Induction Coil, Sargent-Welch Cat. No. 2391A, Electro-Technic Products. (sic)

K2-22: INDUCTION COIL
None.

K2-23: ARCING SWITCH
None.

K2-24: MUTUAL INDUCTION
None.

K2-25: MUTUAL INDUCTION - DEMOUNTABLE TRANSFORMER
None.

K2-26: MUTUAL INDUCTION - STANDARD
None.

K2-27: MUTUAL INDUCTION - M12=M21 MEASUREMENT
Frank S. Crawford, Mutual inductance M12=M21: An elementary derivation, AJP 60, 186 (1992).

K2-28: DEMOUNTABLE TRANSFORMER - 10KV ARC
None.

K2-29: COIL AND MAGNET WITH LED SENSOR
Charles A. Sawicki, Improved flashbulb demonstration of Faraday's law, TPT 36, 370-371 (1998).
Robert Kingman and Sabin Popescu, Motional EMF demonstration experiment, TPT 39, 142-144 (2001).
Joe L. Ferguson, A supersensitive LED Faraday's law demonstration, TPT 39, 444-445 (2001).
Robert Kingman, S. Clark Rowland, and Sabin Popescu, An experimental observation of Faraday's law of induction, AJP 70, 595-598 (2002).
C. Lopez and P. Gonzalo, Using LED's To Demonstrate Induced Current. TPT 27, 218 (1989)

K2-40: MAGNETIC ACCELERATOR
Arbor Scientific

K2-41: LENZ'S LAW - ROLLING RODS
Louis H. Cadwell, Magnetic Damping: Analysis of an eddy current brake using an airtrack, AJP 64, 917-923 (1996).
Dragia T. Ivanov, Another way to demonstrate Lenz's law, TPT 38, 48-49 (2000).

K2-42: LENZ'S LAW - MAGNET IN ALUMINUM TUBE
Jhules A. M. Clack and Terrance P. Toepler, Magnetic Induction Experiment, TPT 28, 236-238, (1990).
Joseph Priest and Bryant Wade, A Lenz Law Experiment, TPT 30, 106-108 (1992).
Cyrus S. MacLatchy, Philip Backman, and Larry Bogan, A quantitative magnetic braking experiment, AJP 61, 1096-1101 (1993).
Charles A. Sawicki, Lenz's Law: Feel the Force, TPT 34, 38-39 (1996).
Instructions, Model MG-8600 Lenz's Law Demonstrator, Pasco Scientific, Hayward, CA.
R. C, Nicklin, Andrew Graham, and Robert Miller, Lenz's Law Demonstration for a Large Class, TPT 35, 46-47 (1997).
Charles A. Sawicki, A Dynamic Demonstration of Lenz's Law, TPT 35, 47-49 (1997)
Thomas D. Rossing, Eddy Currents and Magnetic Friction, TPT 35, 133 (1997).
Charles A. Sawicki, A Lenz's law experiment revisited, TPT 38, 439-441 (2000).
Howard Brand, Action-reaction at a distance, TPT 40, 136-137 (2002).

K2-43: LENZ'S LAW - PERMANENT MAGNET AND COILS
Thomas D. Miner, Lenz's Law Demonstration, TPT 6, 427 (1968).
Don Kangas and Haym Kruglak, Lenz's Law Demonstration, TPT 27, 50 (1989).
Wojciech Dindorf, Lenz's law in the kitchen, TPT 37, 268 (1999).
Chang Geng Zhang and Shi Feng Hu, Another way to demonstrate Lenz's law, TPT 40, 249 (2002).

K2-44: EDDY CURRENT PENDULUM
Francis X. Hart and Kenneth W. Wood, Eddy current distributions: Their calculation with a spreadsheet and their measurement with a dual dipole antenna probe, AJP 59, 461-467 (1991).
Thomas D. Rossing and John R. Hull, Magnetic Levitation, TPT 29, 552-562 (1991).
Louis H. Cadwell, Magnetic damping: Analysis of an eddy current brake using an airtrack, AJP 64, 917-923 (1996).
Yaakov Kraftmakher, Eddy currents: Contactless measurement of electrical resistivity, AJP 68, 375-379 (2000).
N. Gauthier, Magnetic braking references, AJP 70, 103 (2002).
A. Gavrin, Induction or hysteresis: No longer a burning issue, TPT 39, 354-355 (2001).

K2-45: EDDY CURRENTS - MAGNET AND SOFT DRINK CAN
None.

K2-46: MAGNET LEVITATION ABOVE SPINNING DISC
Thomas D. Rossing and John R. Hull, Magnetic Levitation, TPT 29, 552-562 (1991).

K2-47: SPEEDOMETER MODEL
M. Marcuso, R. Gass, D. Jones, and C. Rowlett, Magnetic drag in the quasi-static limit: A computational method, AJP 59, 1118-1123 (1991).
M. Marcuso, R. Gass, D. Jones, and C. Rowlett, Magnetic drag in the quasi-static limit: Experimental data and analysis, AJP 59, 1123-1129 (1991).

K2-48: EDDY CURRENT MOTOR
Bill Reid, The Beer-Can Motor, TPT 29, 352 (1991).
Thomas D. Rossing and John R. Hull, Magnetic Levitation, TPT 29, 552-562 (1991).

K2-49: MAGNETIC STIRRER
R. C. Nicklin, J. G. Lindsay, and T. L. Rokoske, Ampere's Ants, AJP 43, 111-112 (1975).

K2-61: THOMSON'S COIL
Harvey E. White and Hans Weltin, Electromagnetic Levitator, AJP 31, 925-929 (1963).
E. J. Churchill and J. D. Noble, A Demonstration of Lenz' Law?, AJP 39, 285-287, (1971).
W. R. Towler and J. W. Beams, Magnetic suspension for lecture and classroom demonstrations, AJP 44, 478-480 (1976).
Arthur R. Quinton, The AC Repulsion Demonstration of Elihu Thomson, TPT 17, 40-41, (1979).
S. Y. Mak and K. Young, Floating metal ring in an alternating magnetic field, AJP 54, 808-811 (1986).
Thomas D. Rossing and John R. Hull, Magnetic Levitation, TPT 29, 552-562 (1991).
Richard V. Mancuso, Letter: Jumping Ring Referenced, TPT 30, 196 (1992).
Description of Apparatus and Instructions for Use, 79835 Cenco Electromagnetism Apparatus, Central Scientific.
Text for Showcase Exhibit.
Gary Stix, AIR TRAINS, Scientific American, August 1992, pp. 102-113.
Ron D. Edge, Corrections to Levitation Paper, TPT 34, 329 (1996).
David Simmons and Robert R. Speers, Magnetic Damping of a Mass-Spring vertical Accelerometer, TPT 35, 49-50 (1997).
Jonathan Hall, Forces on the Jumping Ring, TPT 35, 80-83 (1997).
Kenneth E. Jesse, Measuring Current in a Jumping Ring, TPT 35, 198-199 (1997)
Paul J. H. Tjossem and Vicyot Cornejo, Measurements and mechanisms of Thomson's jumping ring, AJP 68, 238-244 (2000).
Paul Tanner, Jeff Loebach, James Cook, and H. D. Hallen, A pulsed jumping ring apparatus for demonstration of Lenz's law, AJP 69, 911-916 (2001).

K2-62: CAN SMASHER - ELECTROMAGNETIC
A. W. Da Silva, Magnetically Imploded Soft Drink Can, AJP 62(1), 41-45, (1994).
Ronald J. Allen, A Demonstration of the Magnetic Mirror Effect, AJP 30, 867-869 (1962).
James C. Thompson, Magnetic Mirror Effect, AJP 31, 397-398 (1963).
Lecture Demonstration Calculations Sheets.
Demo Development Calculations and Drawings.
Demonstration Explanation, "Coke Can Collapse Demonstration," A. Desilva.
Instruction Sheet, Theta Pinch Demonstration.
Lecture Demonstration Picture of Apparatus.
Lecture Demonstration Photograph of Crushed Can and Various Voltages.

K2-63: DISPLACEMENT CURRENT MODEL
Lecture Demonstrations Calculations Sheets, Detecting Displacement Current.
F. W. Warburton, Displacement Current, A Useless Concept, AJP 22, 299-305, (1954).
Arthur Bierman, Derivation of the Displacement Current From The Biot-Savart Law, AJP 29, 355-356, (1961).
A. P. French and Jack R. Tessman, Displacement Currents and Magnetic Fields, AJP 31, 201-204, (1963).
W. G. V. Rosser, Interpretation of the Displacement Current, AJP 31, 807-808, (1963).
Hans Meissner, Demonstration of Displacement Current, AJP 32, 916-918, (1964).
Halliday and Resnick, Problems: Reference to Cauwenbergh's Direct Means of D. Current in 1929, 657, (1974).
W. G. V. Rosser, Displacement current and Maxwell's equations, AJP 43, 502-505 (1975).
D. F. Bartlett, Conduction current and the magnetic field in a circular capacitor, AJP 58, 1168-1170 (1990).
Marcos G. Rizzotto, Visualizing displacement currenta classroom experiment, TPT 37, 398 (1999).
A. P. French, Is Maxwells displacement current a current?, TPT 38, 274-276 (2000).
Robert J. Sciamanda, On Maxwells displacement currentI, TPT 38, 329 (2000).
Mark A. Heald, On Maxwells displacement currentII, TPT 38, 329 (2000).
M. Alonso, On Maxwells displacement currentIII, TPT 38, 329-330 (2000).

K2-64: UNIPOLAR GENERATOR
R. J. Stephenson, Experiments with a Unipolar Generator and Motor, AJP 5, 108-110 (1937).
Dale R. Corson, Electromagnetic Induction in Moving Systems, AJP 24, 126-130, ( 1956).
David L. Webster, Relativity in Moving Circuits and Magnets, AJP 29, 262-268 (1961).
Thomas D. Strickler, Variation of the Homopolar Motor, AJP 29, 635 (1961).
A. K. Das Gupta, Unipolar Machines, Association of the Magnetic Field with the Field-Producing Magnet, AJP 31, 428-430 (1963).
David L. Webster, Schiff's Charges and Currents in Rotating Matter, AJP 31, 590-597 (1963).
Thomas Strickler, Motional emf's and the Homopolar Motor, AJP 32, 69, (1964).
Little Stinkers: Electromagnetic Induction, TPT 4, 1966.
R. Becker, "Electromagnetic Fields and Interactions, Blaisdell Pub. Co., 378-383, (1964).
P. Lorrain and D. Corson, Electromagnetic Fields and Waves, W. H. Freeman, 338-343, 657-664, (1970).
Robert D. Eagleton and Martin N. Kaplan, The radial magnetic field homopolar motor, AJP 56, 858-859 (1988).
Daniel F. Dempsey, The rotational analog for Faraday's magnetic induction law: Experiments, AJP 59, 1008-1011 (1991).
J. Guala Valverde and P. Mazzoni, The principle of relativity as applied to motional electromagnetic induction, AJP 63, 228-229 (1995).
Gerald N. Pellegrini and Arthur R. Swift, Maxwell's equations in a rotating medium: Is there a problem?, AJP 63, 694-705 (1995).
Richard E. Berg and Carroll O. Alley, Unipolar Generator: A Demonstration of Special Relativity (Edited January 2005), Department of Physics and Astronomy, Univ. of MD, College Park.
Aurthur I. Miller, Frontiers of physics, 1900-1911 Selected Essays: Unipolar Induction: A Case Study of the Interaction Between Science and Technology, 153-180, Birkhauser at Boston, MA.
Panofsky and Phillips, Classical Electricity an Magnetism, pages 240, 342-345.
J. B. Hertzberg, S. R. Bickman, M. T. Hummon, D. Krause, Jr., S. K. Peck, and L. R. Hunter, Measurement of the relativistic potential difference across a rotating magnetic dielectric cylinder, AJP 69, 648-654 (2001).
Bill Layton and Martin Simon, A different twist on the Lorentz force and Faradays law, TPT 36, 474-479 (1998).
Stanislaw Bednarek, Unipolar motore and their application to the demonstration of magnetic field properties, AJP 70, 455-458 (2002).
Jorge Guala-Valverde, Pedro Mazzoni, and Ricardo Achilles, The homopolar motor: A true relativistic engine, AJP 70, 1052-1055 (2002).
J. Guala-Valverde, Spinning Magnets and Relativity: Jehle vs. Bartlett, Physica Scripta Vol. 66, 252-253 (2002).
J. Guala-Valverde, Comments on Montgomery's Paper on Electrodynamics, Apeiron, Vol. 11, No. 2, 327-329 (April 2004).
Wojciech Dindorf, Unconventional dynamo, TPT 40, 220-221 (2002).
Alexander L. Kholmetskii, One century later: Remarks on the Barnett experiment, AJP 71, 558-561 (2003).

K2-65: INDUCTION AND CAPACITOR FLASHLIGHT
None.

K3: TRANSFORMERS

K3-01: INDUCTION IN A TRANSFORMER
None.

K3-02: DEMOUNTABLE TRANSFORMER - SINGLE SPARKS
None.

K3-03: DEMOUNTABLE TRANSFORMER - V VS N - PROJ METER
Joe L. Ferguson, Turn-by-Turn Transformer Demonstration, TPT 17, 59 (1979).

K3-04: DEMOUNTABLE TRANSFORMER - V VS N - OSCILLOSCOPE
Joe L. Ferguson, Turn By Turn Transformer Demonstration, TPT 17, 59, (1979).

K3-05: DEMOUNTABLE TRANSFORMER - WELDER
None.

K3-06: DEMOUNTABLE TRANSFORMER - PRIMARY CURRENT VS LOAD
John Vanderkooy and June Lowe, Apparatus and Demonstration Notes: A magnetic circuit demonstration, AJP 63, 570-571 (1995).

K4: MOTORS AND GENERATORS

K4-01: AC/DC GENERATOR
David T. Kagan and Robert Keith, Building a cheap simple generator, TPT 37, 248-249 (1999).

K4-02: MAGNETOELECTRIC GENERATOR WITH LAMP
Operating Instructions, Magneto Electric Generator, No. 79895,Central Scientific Co., Franklin Park, IL.

K4-03: MAGNETOELECTRIC GENERATOR WITH BELL
None.

K4-04: MAGNETOELECTRIC GENERATOR WITH AC INDICATOR BULB
None.

K4-05: MAGNETOELECTRIC GENERATOR WITH METERS AND LOADS
None.

K4-06: MAGNETOELECTRIC GENERATOR WITH CAPACITOR AND METER
None.

K4-07: BICYCLE GENERATOR
Joseph Priest, George Priest, Generating Class Interest, TPT 19, 188-189, (1981).
Dean Zollman, George Athey, Variations on the Bicycle Generator, TPT 14, 61-62, (1976).
Lecture Demonstrations Calculations Sheet, Hot Dog Cooker with Bicycle Generator.
Dean Livelybrooks, "Feel" the Difference Between Series and Parallel Circuits, TPT 41, 102-103 (2003).

K4-08: MAGNETOELECTRIC GENERATOR WITH INDUCTOR
None.

K4-09 BICYCLE GENERATOR - LIGHT BULBs VS CFLs
None.

K4-21: ST. LOUIS MOTOR
Lecture Demonstrations Record Form.

K4-22: DC MOTOR
None.

K4-23: AC MOTOR - SYNCHRONOUS
None.

K4-24: AC/DC MOTOR
Lecture Demonstrations AC/DC Motor Diagram.

K4-25: DC MOTOR - HOMEMADE
Arthur F. Klittnick and Malcolm J. Rickard, Mystery motor demystified, TPT 39, 174-175 (2001).

K4-41: MOTOR-GENERATOR PAIR
John A. Johnson, Franklin Miller, Jr., A Motor is a Generator and Vice Versa, TPT 14, 36-37, (1976).
Instructions, Genecon- Manual Electric Generator, Nakamura Scientific Co. LTD., Tokyo, Japan.
John A. Johnson and Franklin Miller, Jr., A motor is a generator and vice versa, TPT 40, 185 (2002).
Dean Livelybrooks, "Feel" the difference between series and parallel circuits, TPT 41, 102-103 (2003).

K4-51: UNIPOLAR MOTOR
None.

K5: ELECTRICAL PROPERTIES OF MATTER

K5-01: PIEZOELECTRICITY
Instructions: Piezoelectric Demonstrator, Cat. No. 710A, Frey Scientific Co.

K5-02: PIEZOELECTRIC CRYSTAL - AUDIBLE
None.

K5-03: PIEZOELECTRIC IGNITOR
None.

K5-04: PIEZOELECTRIC GUN
None.

K5-11: BATTERY MODEL
None.

K5-12: BATTERY AND CIRCUIT - WORKING MODEL
None.

K5-13: ELECTRIC CURRENT - MODEL
Leonard B. Loeb and H. M. Herreman, A Simple Demonstration of an Analogy to the Electromotive Force, Potential Difference and Resistances in a Circuit, AJP 4, 34-? (1936).

K5-14: ELECTRIC CELL
S. Mascarenhas, F. Gambirasio, and Y. Mascarenhas, CO2 Electrostatic Generator, AJP 26, 563-566 (1958).

K5-15: CURRENT IN BICEPS MUSCLE
Gerald Oster, Muscle Sounds , Scientific American, 108-114, ( Mar. 1984).
Lecture Demonstrations Record Form.

K5-16: CARRIER CURRENT DENSITY MODEL
None.

K5-21: AC PLUG CIRCUIT CHECKER
Thomas James Higgins, Evolution of the Three-Phase 60-Cycle Alternating-Current System, AJP 13, 32-36 (1945).

K5-22: AC PLUG CIRCUIT CHECKER CHECKER
None.

K5-23: ROTATING TWO-COLOR LED
None.

K5-31: OHM'S LAW
Steven A. Waltner and Thomas A. Lehman, When is Ohm's Law Valid?, TPT 31, 102-103 (1993).
J. D. Jackson, Surface charges on circuit wires and resistors play three roles, AJP 64, 855-870 (1996).

K5-32: RESISTANCE VS DIAMETER AND LENGTH
None.

K5-33: CONDUCTIVITY OF SALT SOLUTION
None.

K5-34: THERMAL COEFFICIENT OF RESISTANCE IN COPPER
Lecture Demonstration Record Form.
David Henry, Resistance of a Wire as a Function of Temperature, TPT 33, 96-97 (1995).

K5-35: RESISTORS AT LN TEMPERATURE
None.

K5-36: RESISTORS AT LN TEMPERATURE - LIGHT BULB INDICATOR
None.

K5-41: V-I CURVES FOR OHMIC AND NON-OHMIC DEVICES
Thomas A. Walkiewicz and James R. Kirk, Characteristic Curves, TPT 32, 90-92 (1994).

K5-42: TRANSISTOR
Novel Experiments in Physics: Amplification, University of California, Berkeley, 1963.
A. Sconza, G. Torzo, and G. Viola, Experiment on the physics of the PN junction, AJP 62, 66-70 (1994).

K5-43: NON-OHMIC DEVICE - V VS I
None.

K5-44: NON-OHMIC DEVICE - LIGHT BULB
None.

K5-45: SEMICONDUCTOR MODEL
Meiners, Physics Demonstrations Expts., 40-1.1 Charge Motion Demonstrator, 1220.

K6: ELECTRIC CIRCUITS AND INSTRUMENTS

K6-01: SERIES AND PARALLEL LIGHTS - TWO BULBS
Robert A. Morse, "Feeling" Series and Parallel Resistances, TPT 31, 347 (1993).
Walter R. Steiger and Suk R. Hwang, Trick of the Trade: A Series-Parallel Demonstration, TPT 33, 590 (1995).
Jack Higbie, Proof of the R-2R Ladder Network, TPT 35, 464-465 (1997).

K6-02: SERIES AND PARALLEL LIGHTS - FIVE BULBS
Instructions for the Use of Sargent-Welch No. 2802B Parallel-and-Series Circuit Demonstrator.
Directions for Lamp Rheostat, Cat. No. 83030, Cenco Scientific Co., Chicago, IL.
Catalog Description, 83030 Lamp Rheostat Board, Cenco Scientific Co., Chicago, IL.
Walter R. Steiger and Suk R. Hwang, Trick of the Trade: A Series-Parallel Demonstration, TPT 33, 590 (1995).

K6-03: SERIES AND PARALLEL LIGHTS - BATTERY AND CLIP-ON WIRES
Thomas R. Brown, Timothy F. Slater, and Jeffrey P. Adams, Gender differences with batteries and bulbs, TPT 36, 526-527 (1998).

K6-11: CIRCUIT PARADOXES
C. Frank Griffin and Peter N. Henriksen, Physics challenges, TPT 18, 135-136 (1980).
R. Cohen, B. Eylon, and U. Ganiel, Potential difference and current in simple electric circuits: A study of students' concepts, AJP 51, 407-412 (1983).
Lillian Christie McDermott, Millikan Lecture 1990: What we teach and what is learned - Closing the gap, AJP 59, 301-315 (1991).
Antoni Amengual, The intriguing properties of the equivalent resistances of n equal resistors combined in series and parallel, AJP 68, 175-179 (2000).
Pete Vreeland, Analyzing simple circuits, TPT 40, 99-100 (2002).
Nathaniel R. Greene, Lightbulbs with a memory, TPT 40, 275 (2002).

K6-12: SERIES/PARALLEL LIGHT CIRCUIT CONUNDDRUM
None.

K6-21: HEATING IN CURRENT-CARRYING WIRE
Richard C. Hitchcock, Mark W. Zemansky, Demonstrating Linear Thermal Expansion By Using the Catenary, AJP 13, 329-333, (1945).

K6-22: ENERGY CONVERSION - IMMERSION HEATER
None.

K6-23: HOT DOG COOKER - 110 VAC
Robert F. Neff, Hot Dog Conduction. An Edible Experiment, TPT 13, 50, (1975).
Lecture Demonstrations Record Form and Test Data.
Lecture Demonstrations Drawing of Apparatus.

K6-31: THERMAL GALVANOMETER
Catalog Description: 53120 Model of a Hot-Wire Instrument, Leybold Co.
Sutton, Demonstration Experiments in Physics, Demonstration H-11.

K6-32: POTENTIOMETER
None.

K6-33: WHEATSTONE BRIDGE
None.

K6-34: METER WITH SHUNTS AND MULTIPLIERS
Joseph Priest, Meter resistance: Don't forget it!, TPT 41, 40-41 (2003).

K6-35: VOLTAGE DIVIDER
None.

K6-36: VISIBLE AMMETER
Thomas B. Greenslade, Jr., Galvanometers, TPT 35, 423-426 (1997).

K6-41: DIODE RECTIFIERS AND FILTERS
Lecture Demonstration Record Form, Test Data, and Circuit Diagram.
Sergio Mascarenhas, Half-Wave, Full-Wave Rectification and Filter Action without an Oscilloscope, AJP 25, 584 (1957).
Juan A. Pomarico, Seeing rectifiers at work, TPT 40, 118-119 (2002).

K6-42: SINE WAVE AND RECTIFIED SINE WAVE
None.

K6-43: POWER SUPPLY DEMONSTRATOR
None.

K6-44: SPECTRUM OF RECIFIED SINE WAVE
None.

K6-51: KIRCHHOFF'S LAWS
Circuit and analysis for demonstration.

K6-52: IMPEDANCE MATCHING - BATTERY AND JOULEMETER
Unilab Instructions Manual, England.

K6-61: TV MONITOR WITH OSCILLATOR
None.

K7: RLC CIRCUITS

K7-01: RL CIRCUITS - 50 MICROSECOND TIME CONSTANT
None.

K7-02: RL CIRCUIT - L/R TIME CONSTANT
Catalog Description: Slow AC Experiments, Unilab, England.
Lecture Demonstrations Sketch of Circuit Diagram.

K7-03: INDUCTOR DELAYING A LAMP
None.

K7-04: RL CIRCUIT - FIELD COLLAPSE WITH FLUORESCENT BULB
None.

K7-05: SERIES MOTOR AND LIGHT BULB CONUNDRUM
None.

K7-11: RC CIRCUIT - RC TIME CONSTANT - OSCILLOSCOPE
J. Gordon Stipe, Transient Currents in Switched DC Circuits, Novel Experiments in Physics II.
Robert A. Egler and William M. Mauney, Capacitor Current-Voltage Phase Difference, TPT 29, 398 (1991).
I. Fundaun, C. Reese, and H. H. Soonpaa, Charging a capacitor, AJP 60, 1047-1048 (1992).
Francis X. Hart, Computer-based experiments to measure RC, TPT 38, 176-177 (2000).
Edward H. Hellen, Verifying the diode-capacitor circuit voltage decay, AJP 71, 797-800 (2003).

K7-12: RC CIRCUIT - RC TIME CONSTANT - PROJECTION METERS
None.

K7-13: RC CIRCUIT - RC TIME CONSTANT - STORAGE SCOPE
None.

K7-14: RC CIRCUIT - 100 MICROSECOND TIME CONSTANT
None.

K7-15: CURRENT IN RC CIRCUIT?
None.

K7-21: RLC CIRCUIT - 10 KHZ - RESONANCE
None.

K7-22: RLC CIRCUIT - 10 KHZ - DAMPED OSCILLATIONS
Norris W. Preyer, Transient behavior of simple RC circuits, AJP 70, 1187-1193 (2002).

K7-23: RLC CIRCUIT - 60 HZ
None.

K7-24: RLC CIRCUIT - 60 HZ WITH LIGHT BULB LOAD
Selective Experiments in Physics, Reactance, Impedance, and Electric Resonance, Cenco Scientific Co., (1972).

K7-25: RLC CIRCUIT - 0.3 HZ
None.

K7-26: RLC CIRCUIT - 0.1 HZ
Catalog Description, Slow AC Experiments, Unilab, England.
Lecture Demonstrations Photograph of Demo Set-up with Circuit Diagram.

K7-27: RLC CIRCUIT - COMPLETE
Lecture Demonstration Circuit Diagram.
Zdenek Hurych, Study of the phase relationships in resonant RLC circuits using a dual-trace oscilloscope, AJP 43, 1011-1012 (1975).
Dick Berg and Rich Baum, RLC Circuit Demonstration, PIRA News, June 1999.
Forrest P. Clay, Jr., Demonstration of phase relationships in a series RLC circuit using a four-channel multiplexer and a single-channel oscilloscope, AJP 47, 337-340 (1979).
Philip Backman, Chester Murley, and P. J. Williams, The driven RLC circuit experiment, TPT 37, 424-425 (1999).

K7-28: RLC CIRCUIT - 0.6 HZ WITH STORAGE SCOPE
None.

K7-29: RLC CIRCUIT - 0.6 HZ - TRANSIENTS
None.

K7-30: RLC CIRCUIT - RINGING
None.

K7-31: RLC CIRCUIT - OVER/UNDER/CRITICAL DAMPING
None.

K7-41: RC CIRCUIT - DIFFERENTIATION AND INTEGRATION
Lecture Demonstrations Circuit Diagram.

K7-42: BARRICADE FLASHER
None.

K7-43: RELAXATION OSCILLATOR - NEON LAMP
Zenon Gubanski, Capacitance by Relaxation Oscillations, TPT 9, 104, (1971).
Paul Chagnon, Animated Displays V: Relaxation Oscillators, TPT 32, 432-436 (1994).
Zenon Gubanski, Capacitance by relaxation oscillations, TPT 41, 123 (2003).
Zenon Gubanski, From Our Files: Capacitance by Relaxation Oscillations, TPT 41, 123 (2003).

K7-44: RLC CIRCUIT - 10 KHZ - DIFFERENTIATION AND INTEGRATION
None.

K7-45: LOW AND HIGH PASS FILTERS
Lecture Demonstrations Circuit Diagram with Transparency.
H. Krivine and A. Lesne, Phase transition-like behavior in a low-pass filter, AJP 71, 31-33 (2003).

K7-46: PHASOR DISC
Russell Akridge, AC Reactance without Calculus, TPT 35, 20-21 (1997).

K7-61: TESLA COIL
Marc J. Seifer, Wizard: The Life and Times of Nikola Tesla - Biography of a Genius, Birch Lane Press, Secaucus, NJ, 1996, 542 pp, ISBN 1-55972-329-7. Book review by Robert H. March, Physics Today, September 1997, p. 65 in Demonstration Reference File.
James B. Kellen, Lee Bunbar, Sr., The Tesla Coil, AJP 20, 32-35, (1952).
Donald G. Bruns, A solid-state low-voltage Tesla coil demonstrator, AJP 60, 797-803 (1992).
Directions for Use: Cat. No. 80721 Cenco High Frequency Tesla Coil, Cenco Scientific Co., Chicago, IL.

K8: ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVES

K8-01: ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVE - MODEL
Paul A. Bender, Wooden electromagnetic waves, AJP 53, 279-280 (1985).

K8-02: INTRODUCTION TO LIGHT BEHAVIOR
None.

K8-03: LIGHT NANOSECOND
None.

K8-04: SPEED OF LIGHT
Volker Thomsen, Precision and the Terminology of Measurement, TPT 35, 15-17 (1997).
George W. Clark, An electrical measurement of the speed of light, AJP 69, 110-112 (2001).
Burt Brody, The Speed Of Light: Making an Easy Time of It, TPT 41, 276-277 (2003).

K8-05: ELECTROMAGNETIC PLANE WAVE MODEL
Robert P. Bauman, Wave propagation, TPT 39, 545-551 (2001).

K8-11: MICROWAVES - STANDING WAVES
Thomas B. Greenslade, Jr., Standing microwaves on the overhead projector, TPT 37, 228-229 (1999).
Michael R. Gallis, Automating microwave optics experiments, TPT 40, 217-219 (2002).

K8-12: RADIOWAVES - STANDING WAVES
Operating Instructions, Short Wave Radio Demonstration Apparatus, Cenco No. 080435, Cenco Scientific Co., Chicago, IL.
Richard M. Sutton, Demopnstration Experiments in Physics, A34-39, 853-859.
Lecture Demonstrations Photographs of Demonstrations in Use.

K8-13: RADIOWAVES - LECHER WIRE STANDING WAVES
Operating Instructions, Short Wave Radio Demonstration Apparatus, Cenco No. 080435, Cenco Scientific Co., Chicago, IL.
Richard M. Sutton, Demopnstration Experiments in Physics, A34-39, 853-859.
Lecture Demonstrations Photographs of Demonstrations in Use.

K8-14: RADIOWAVES - STANDING WAVES IN AN ANTENNA
Operating Instructions, Short Wave Radio Demonstration Apparatus, Cenco No. 080435, Cenco Scientific Co., Chicago, IL.
Richard M. Sutton, Demonstration Experiments in Physics, A34-39, 853-859.
Lecture Demonstrations Photographs of Demonstrations in Use.
Glenn. S. Smith, Teaching antenna reception and scattering from a time-domain perspective AJP 70, 829-844 (2002).

K8-21: MICROWAVES - WAVE GUIDES
Catalog Description: Directional Couplers Model 752A, C, D, Hewlett Packard Microwave Test Equipment.

K8-22: MICROWAVES -TUBULAR WAVEGUIDE
None.

K8-31: TRANSMISSION LINE SAMPLE
None.

K8-32: PULSES IN TRANSMISSION LINES
H. P. Stabler, Apparatus Notes: Pulses on a Transmission Line with a Tektronix 545A Oscilloscope, AJP 29 #2, ix-x (1961).
Ronald I. Rank, Speed of a Pulse in a Transmission Line, TPT 7, 344-345 (1969).
D. J. Martin, Wave propagation in dispersive and attenuation media: A delay line simulation of plasma waves, AJP 48, 473-477 (1980).
Operating Instructions, Short Wave Radio Demonstration Apparatus, Cenco No. 080435, Cenco Scientific Co., Chicago, IL.
Lecture Demonstration Photographs and description of Demonstration.
Se-yuen Mak, Speed of electromagnetic signal along a coaxial cable, TPT 41, 46-49 (2003).

K8-33: NANOSECOND CABLES
None.

K8-41: HERZIAN DIPOLES
None.

K8-42: RADIOWAVES - ENERGY AND DIPOLE PATTERN
None.

K8-43: RADIOWAVES - FREQ MEASUREMENT WITH OSCILLOSCOPE
Operating Instructions, Short Wave Radio Demonstration Apparatus, Cenco No. 080435, Cenco Scientific Co., Chicago, IL.
Lecture Demonstrations Photographs of Demonstrations in Use.

K8-44: RADIOWAVES - COUPLING OF WAVES
Operating Instructions, Short Wave Radio Demonstration Apparatus, Cenco No. 080435, Cenco Scientific Co., Chicago, IL.
Lecture Demonstrations Photographs of Demonstrations in Use.

K8-45: RADIO WAVES FROM SPARK
Wang De-yuan, Lightning Rod, TPT 27, 686 (1989).

K8-51: MICROWAVE OVEN
D. A. Wardle, Absorption of microwaves in the microwave oven, TPT 39, 210-211 (2001).
Heather Hosack, Nathan Marler, and Dan MacIsaac, Microwave mischief and madness, TPT 40, 264-266 (2002).
Len Bugel, Microwave miscalculation, TPT 40, 387 (2002).

K8-52: MICROWAVE MAGNETRON
None.