Physics Lab Equipment

Build a microscope.jpg

Bulid a microscope & determine magnification power

Determine Nodal Locations and Focal Lengths.jpg

Determine nodal locations of a lens group

Michelson interferometer.jpg

Build a Michelson interferometer & measure refractive index of air


Holography.jpg

Record & reconstruct holograms


Theta modulation and pseudo-color encoding.jpg

Theta modulation & pseudo-color encoding

Build a Grating Monochromator.jpg

Build a grating monochromator

Analyze polarization status.jpg

Analyze polarization status


LEOK-3 Optics Experiment Kit - Enhanced Model

LEOK-3 Optics Experiment Kit - Enhanced Model

Note: stainless steel optical table or breadboard not provided

Features

  • 26 fundamental and modern optics experiments

  • Cost effective solution

  • Detailed instructional manual

  • Easy alignment

  • Best seller among optics kits







Introduction

The LEOK-3 Optics Experiment Kit is developed for general physics education at universities and colleges. It provides a complete set of optics and opto-mechanics as well as light sources. Almost all optics experiments required in general physics education (e.g. geometrical, physical, and informational optics) can be constructed in sequence using these components. Through selecting and assembling corresponding components into various setups, students can enhance their experimental skills and problem solving ability. The instructional manual contains comprehensive materials including experimental setups, principles, procedures and required parts with photos.


LEOK-3 covers a total of 26 experimental examples which are grouped in six categories:


Lens Measurements: Understand and verify lens equation and optical ray transfer.
Optical Instruments: Understand the principle and operation of common optical instruments.
Interference Phenomena: Understand interference theory, observe various interference patterns generated by different sources, and learn one precise measurement method based on optical interference.  
Diffraction Phenomena: Understand diffraction effects, observe diffraction patterns by various apertures.  
Analysis of Polarization: Understand polarization and verify types of polarized light.
Fourier Optics and Holography: Understand principles of advanced optics and their applications.

 

The list of the 26 experimental examples is as follows:

 

1. Determine lens focal length using auto-collimation

2. Determine lens focal length using displacement method

3. Determine focal length of an eyepiece

4. Build a microscope and determine magnification power

5. Build a telescope and determine magnification power

6. Build a slide projector

7. Determine node points & focal length of a lens-group

8. Build an erect imaging telescope

9. Study on Young's double-slit interference

10. Study on interference of Fresnel's biprism

11. Study on interference of double mirrors

12. Study on interference of a Lloyd's mirror

13. Study on interference of Newton's rings

14. Study on Fraunhofer diffraction of a single slit

15. Study on Fraunhofer diffraction of a circular aperture

16. Study on Fresnel diffraction of a single slit

17. Study on Fresnel diffraction of a circular aperture

18. Study on Fresnel diffraction of a sharp edge

19. Analyze on polarization status of light beams

20. Study on diffraction of a grating and dispersion of a prism

21. Build a Littrow-type grating spectrometer

22. Record and reconstruct holograms

23. Make a holographic grating

24. Study on Abbe imaging and optical spatial filtering

25. Study on pseudo-color encoding and theta modulation

26. Build a Michelson interferometer and measure refractive index of air


List of Parts

DescriptionPart No.Qty
Three-Axis Stage on Magnetic BaseSZ-011
Two-Axis Stage on Magnetic BaseSZ-022
One-Axis Stage on Magnetic BaseSZ-032
Magnetic Base with Post HolderSZ-045
Rotary Lens HolderSZ-06A2
Two-Axis Mirror HolderSZ-072
Lens HolderSZ-082
Adapter PieceSZ-091
Grating/Prism StageSZ-101
Plate Holder ASZ-122
White ScreenSZ-131
Object ScreenSZ-141
Sample Loading TableSZ-201
Single-Side Adjustable Slit

SZ-27B

2
Lens Group HolderSZ-281
Erecting PrismSZ-301
Stand RulerSZ-331
DMM HolderSZ-361
Biprism HolderSZ-411
Laser HolderSZ-421
Optical GoniometerSZ-471
Iceland CrystalSZ-481
Ground Glass ScreenSZ-491
Paper ClipSZ-501
Air Chamber & Pump with Gauge
1
Manual Counter
1
Silver Salt Holographic Plates (12 Plates of 90 mm x 240 mm per Plate)
1 Box
Magnetic Flexible Measure Ruler (1000 mm × 15 mm)
1
Optical Components (See Brochure for List of Optical Components)
1 Box
Mercury Lamp, Housing, and Power SupplyLLE-11 Set
Sodium Lamp with HousingLLE-21 Set
He-Ne Laser with Power SupplyLLL-21 Set
White Light Source with Power SupplyLLC-31 Set
Tripod
1
Direct Reading Microscope (DMM)
1
Power Cord
3


Note: a stainless steel optical table or breadboard (1200 mm x 600 mm) is recommended for use with this kit.

Build a microscope.jpg

Bulid a microscope & determine magnification power

Determine Nodal Locations and Focal Lengths.jpg

Determine nodal locations of a lens group

Michelson interferometer.jpg

Build a Michelson interferometer & measure refractive index of air


Holography.jpg

Record & reconstruct holograms


Theta modulation and pseudo-color encoding.jpg

Theta modulation & pseudo-color encoding

Build a Grating Monochromator.jpg

Build a grating monochromator

Analyze polarization status.jpg

Analyze polarization status


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