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Lehrerbücher Physik

Ungelesener Beitragvon hgd » 14. Nov 2013, 23:00

Hallo Liste,

es gibt viele Lehrbücher der Physik für die Schule. Ich suche zum Durchführen und zur Anregung von physikalischen Versuchen "Lehrerbücher", welche die wichtigen Details der Versuchsdurchführung enthalten, wohingegen in den Lehrbüchern für die Schüler nur die Ergebnisse der gelungenen Versuche behandelt werden.

Die mehrfachen Recherchen blieben erfolglos. Auch zu den vielen historischen wie aktuellen Produkten von PHYWE & Co gibt es nichts im Internet, auch nichts auf ebay. Das scheint ein richtiges "Schwarzes Loch" zu sein (Verschwörungstheorie ?). Kann mir nicht vorstellen, dass die Lehrer das alles vom Studium her mitbringen und weder Feintuning noch Vorbereitung benötigen.

Auch Praktikums-Scripte usw. wären sehr hilfreich. Aber was ich bisher gefunden habe besteht häufig nur aus fizzelig kleinen Bildchen, auf denen man nichts sieht, zumindest keine entscheidenden Details, und wo auch der Text häufig nicht mehr hergibt, als den Titel und den Themenüberblick.

Wer hilft mir bitte?

Schwerpunkt ist die E-Technik bzw. Elektrizitätslehre.

tia
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Re: Lehrerbücher Physik

Ungelesener Beitragvon werner » 15. Nov 2013, 06:45

Solches Material - wenn ich es denn richtig verstanden habe - gibt es in Buchform und meist auch als Karteikarten. Zugang hätte ich .... verschicken wäre ein Problem. Was suchst du denn genau? Kopien könnte ich begrenzt anfertigen.

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Re: Lehrerbücher Physik

Ungelesener Beitragvon Physikfan » 13. Jan 2016, 21:43

Lieber Hans Günter

Im Internet gibt es sehr viele Versuchsanleitungen:
Sieh nach unter Physikalische Demonstrationexperimente etc.

Auf Deutsch:
Grundlegende Experimentiertechnik im Physikunterricht Taschenbuch – 27. Februar 2013
von Jan-Peter Meyn (Autor)

Physik I - kompetenzorientierte Aufgaben: Optik, Mechanik, Wärmelehre, Akustik, Elektrizitätslehre (5. bis 7. Klasse)
Physik allgemein: Physikalische Freihandexperimente in 2 Bänden. Band 1: Mechanik. Band 2: Akustik, Wärme, Elektrizität, Magnetismus, Optik
Clemens Berthold

Physikalische Schulexperimente: Band 1 - Mechanik, Thermodynamik

Erleben wird zur Grundlage des Unterrichtens. Didaktik, Akustik, Optik, E-Lehre und Kernphysik. Physik als Abenteuer: BD 1
Martin Kramer

Physik I - kompetenzorientierte Aufgaben: Optik, Mechanik, Wärmelehre, Akustik, Elektrizitätslehre (5. bis 7. Klasse)
Anke Ganzer

Klassische Mechanik: Vom Weitsprung zum Marsflug (de Gruyter Lehrbuch) (De Gruyter Studium)
Rainer Müller

Physikalische Schulexperimente, 3 Bde., Bd.3, Elektrizitätslehre / Optik / Mechanik / Thermodynamik / Kernphysik / Relativitätstheorie
Prof. Dr.…

Experimente mit Spass / Magnetismus & Elektrizität: Bd. 4 Taschenbuch
Werner Rentzsch

Physikalische Schulexperimente, 3 Bde., Bd.3, Elektrizitätslehre / Optik / Mechanik / Thermodynamik / Kernphysik… Gebundene Ausgabe
Prof. Dr. Hans-Joachim Wilke

Physikalische Schulexperimente: Band 1 - Mechanik, Thermodynamik Gebundene Ausgabe
Prof. Dr. Hans-Joachim Wilke

Vom Berkely Physics Department einige Beispiele:
link: http://berkeleyphysicsdemos.net/taxonomy/term/1

Electricity and Magnetism (D)

Capacitance (D+0)

  D+0+0 Attraction between horizontal plates of a charged capacitor.
  D+0+2 Various capacitors to show.
  D+0+4 Parallel plate capacitor with dielectric materials and electroscope.
  D+0+5 Force on a dielectric in a capacitor
  D+0+6 Capacitor doorbell driven by Van de Graaff generator.
  D+0+8 Series capacitor array.
  D+0+10 Parallel capacitors array: A charged capacitor charges the others.
  D+0+12 Visual charge/discharge of a capacitor through a load.
  D+0+14 Computer demo: Charge/discharge of a capacitor, runs at least 1 min.
  D+0+16 Discharging a capacitor through a lamp.
  D+0+18 Capacitors with a series neon bulb on A.C. and D.C.
  D+0+20 Capacitor in series in an audio circuit: High pass filter.
  D+0+22 Effects of changing a D.C. voltage in a series RC circuit.
  D+0+24 Capacitor in parallel in an audio circuit: Low pass filter.
  D+0+26 Capacitor in parallel in a D.C. circuit.
  D+0+28 Energy storage in a commercial capacitor. Loud bang!
  D+0+30 Oscillator made with resistor, capacitor and neon lamp.
  D+0+32 Same as D+0+30 using speaker for audio tone generation.
  D+0+34 Same as D+0+30 using oscilloscope to display waveform.
  D+0+35 Applet: Capacitor Lab
  D+0+40 Applet: Circuit Construction Kit (AC+DC), Virtual Lab
  D+0+45 Applet: Water Droplets in Electric Field
  D+0+50 Applet: RC Circuits
  D+0+55 Applet: CR Filter's Response (Analog)
Electromagnetic Oscillations (D+5)

  D+5+0 Resonance in a series LCR circuit using 120 v.a.c.
  D+5+1 LCR paradox
  D+5+2 LCR series resonance curve of V vs. F (2 - 20kHz) on an oscilloscope.
  D+5+4 High frequency filtering using a capacitor and inductor.
  D+5+6 Crystal radio circuit for AM reception.
  D+5+8 Damped oscillations in a resonant LCR circuit on an oscilloscope.
  D+5+10 85 MHz radio transmitter, with indicating lamp on dipole antenna.
  D+5+12 Seibt effect: Wire wound glass tube with 510 transmitter.
  D+5+14 Standing waves on two parallel wires, with 510 transmitter.
  D+5+16 Lodge's experiment: Spark gap radio transmitter and receiver.
  D+5+18 3 cm. microwave klystron oscillator with cavity and waveguides.
  D+5+20 3 cm. microwave transmitter and receiver.
  D+5+22 Magnetron assembly to show.
  D+5+24 Waveguide pieces to show.
  D+5+26 Standing waves (micro or sound) in an adjustable cavity.
  D+5+28 AM and FM Demonstration(minimum 24 hr notice required).
  D+5+30 Wall chart of electromagnetic spectrum.
  D+5+32 Plexiglas model of electromagnetic wave.
  D+5+34 LEDs oscillate in stored energy LC circuit.
  D+5+36 Applet: Radiating Charge
  D+5+38 Applet: Radio Waves & Electromagnetic Fields
  D+5+40 Applet: Electrodynamics Simulation
  D+5+42 Applet: Electromagnetic Wave Propagation
  D+5+44 Applet: The Field of a Moving Charge
  D+5+46 Applet: Antenna Simuulation
Electrostatics (D+10)

  D+10+0 Electric fields: Lines of force shown on an OHP.
  D+10+2 Transparency: Mapping of an electric field.
  D+10+4 Pith balls on thread, with positive and negative charged rods.
  D+10+6 Attraction and repulsion of charged styrofoam balls.
  D+10+8 Braun and Leaf electroscopes.
  D+10+9 Discharging an electroscope through ionization
  D+10+10 Faraday's ice pail: Charge induced on the outside of a pail.
  D+10+12 Charge resides on the outside of a conductor.
  D+10+13 Faraday cage: blocks signal from portable radio
  D+10+14 Charging an electroscope by induction.
  D+10+16 Separation of charge using electrical tape and an electroscope.
  D+10+18 Electrophorous: Cat fur on teflon, acetate on lucite.
  D+10+20 Van de Graaff generator.
  D+10+22 Wimshurst machine, large or small.
  D+10+24 Electrostatic pinwheel:Van de Graaff makes pinwheel spin.
  D+10+26 Various Leyden jars to show.
  D+10+28 Electrostatic doorbell: Ball bangs between charged plates.
  D+10+30 Kelvin water drop electrostatic charge generator.
  D+10+35 Electric field created by Van de Graff splits ions in flame
  D+10+40 Applet: Charges and Fields
  D+10+45 Applet: Electric Field Hockey
  D+10+50 Applet: Electric Field of Dreams
  D+10+55 Applet: John Travoltage
  D+10+60 Applet: Balloons and Static Electricity
  D+10+65 Applet: 3D Electrostatic Field Simulation
  D+10+75 Applet: Field and potential produced by point charges
  D+10+80 Applet: Electrostatics Visualizations - The Charged Metal Slab
  D+10+85 Applet: Electric Field
  D+10+90 Electrostatics Index
  D+10+95 Applet: Electrostatics Simulation
  D+10+100 Applet: 2-D Electrostatic Field Simulation
  D+10+105 Applet: 3-D Electrostatic Field Simulation
Faraday's Law (D+15)

  D+15+30 Demonstration of dependence of number of coils on induced flux
  D+15+0 Bar magnet induces current in a coil, shown on galvanometer.
  D+15+1 Oscillating magnets in coupled coils
  D+15+2 Elementary generator: Bar moved in magnetic field.
  D+15+4 Earth inductor: Coil spun in Earth's field makes voltage.
  D+15+6 Generator: Coil with DC commutator rotates between magnets.
  D+15+8 Alternator: Coil with AC commutator rotates between magnets.
  D+15+10 Hand-cranked AC alternator powers 120 volt lamp.
  D+15+11 Hand-cranked DC generator powers 120 volt lamp.
  D+15+12 Back EMF in a series DC motor with large flywheel.
  D+15+14 Eddy currents: Copper disk rotates over a spinning bar magnet.
  D+15+16 Damped pendulum: Swinging metal disks damped in magnetic field.
  D+15+20 Jumping rings: High current AC coil causes rings to jump.
  D+15+22 Skin effect: Metal sheet shielding varies with frequency.
  D+15+24 Levitator: Aluminum dish floats four inches off platform.
  D+15+26 Eddy currents:Small magnet slowly drops between aluminum rails.
  D+15+28 Eddy currents: Neodymium Magnet Drop.
  D+15+35 Equivalence of large and small loops around enclosed flux
  D+15+40 Flux through loop. EMF depends on position of the meter
  D+15+45 Magnet inserted and withdrawn from copper ring causes ring to swing.
  D+15+50 Applet: Faraday's Electromagnetic Lab
  D+15+55 Applet: Faraday's Law
  D+15+60 Applet: Genereator
  D+15+65 Applet: The Falling Ring with Finite Resistance
  D+15+70 Applet:Visualizing Electricity and Magnetism at MIT
  D+15+75 Applet: Light Index
Inductance (D+20)

  D+20+0 Energy stored in large coil with soft iron core flashes bulb.
  D+20+2 LR time constant: Square wave drives series LR on oscilloscope.
  D+20+4 AC dimmer: Soft iron core in coil dims lamps.
  D+20+5 Applet: Circuit Construction Kit (AC+DC), Virtual Lab
  D+20+10 Applet: Molecular Expressions Electricity and Magnetism
  D+20+15 Applet: Inductance
LCR Phase Relationships (D+25)

  D+25+0 Phases of V and I in series circuit as RL shifts to RC.
  D+25+5 Applet: RLC Circuits (DC)
  D+25+10 Applet: RLC Circuits (AC)
  D+25+15 Applet: Circuit Simulator
Magnetic Fields (D+30)

  D+30+0 Suspended magnetic lodestone on string.
  D+30+1 Large compass needle on stand.
  D+30+2 Dip needle compass.
  D+30+4 Earth model with internal magnet and pivoting probe magnet.
  D+30+6 Iron filings and permanent magnets to show field on an OHP.
  D+30+8 Compass needle shows field around a high current wire on bench top.
  D+30+10 Iron filings around a high current vertical wire on OHP to show field.
  D+30+12 Iron filings around a current carrying coil on OHP to show field.
  D+30+14 Magnetic field around a solenoid with pivoting probe magnet.
  D+30+16 Ampere's law: Currents in parallel wires attract or repel.
  D+30+18 Force on a current carrying wire in a magnetic field.
  D+30+20 Elementary motor: Bar on rails over solenoid with core.
  D+30+22 Torque on coil suspended between two magnets.
  D+30+24 Vacuum tube with screen shows cathode rays bent with a magnet.
  D+30+25 Elementary motor: De La Rive Tube.
  D+30+26 E/M tube: Circular bending of an electron beam in a magnetic field.
  D+30+28 Hall effect: Magnetic field induces a voltage in a neon plasma.
  D+30+35 Applet: Magnet and Compass
  D+30+40 Applet: Magnets and Electromagnets
  D+30+45 Applet: Current Loop
  D+30+50 Applet: Force on Moving Charges
  D+30+55 Applet: Magnetostatics Index
  D+30+60 Applet: Magnetic Field
  D+30+65 Applet: 3-D Magnetostatic Field Simulation
  D+30+30 Force on current carrying wire in a magnetic field
Magnetic Properties (D+35)

  D+35+0 Wobbly bar: Magnets in frame balanced by repulsive forces.
  D+35+2 Making a magnet by electromagnetic induction.
  D+35+4 Making small magnets by breaking up a larger magnet.
  D+35+6 Barkhausen effect: Magnet and coil with soft iron core.
  D+35+7 Barkhausen effect model: Many tiny magnets on pivots on OHP.
  D+35+9 Para and diamagnetic materials in magnetic field with OHP.
  D+35+10 Para and diamagnetic materials in magnetic field with arc lamp.
  D+35+12 Linear motor: An iron core jumps into a solenoid.
  D+35+14 YBaCuO pellet with magnet in liquid nitrogen on TV camera.
  D+35+15 Mass Driver
  D+35+16 One of These Balls is Not Like the Other
  D+35+20 Curie Temperature
Meters (D+40)

  D+40+0 Tangent galvanometer: Compass needle pivots in a coil.
  D+40+2 Elementary galvanometer: Coil on spring in magnetic field.
  D+40+4 Mavometer: Ammeter / voltmeter / galvanometer
  D+40+6 Various meters for display.
  D+40+8 Ammeter shunt: Only a small current flows to the meter.
  D+40+10 Applet: Circuit Construction Kit (AC+DC), Virtual Lab
Motors (D+45)

  D+45+0 Rolling bar motor: Same as D+30+ 20.
  D+45+2 Elementary split-ring armature DC motor. D+15+6 as a motor.
  D+45+4 AC induction motor: Armature in a whirling field.
  D+45+6 Elementary motor: Electron beam revolves in magnetic field.
  D+45+8 Elementary motor: Magnet, wire and battery make a simple motor.
  D+45+10 Elementary motor: Magnets and battery and copper coil make a simple motor.
  D+45+12 Applet: AC circuits: alternating current electricity
Oscilloscopes (D+50)

  D+50+0 The Braun tube with magnetic and electrostatic deflection.
Resistance (D+55)

  D+55+0 Resistance boards: Series, parallel, Wheatstone bridge.
  D+55+2 Watt's law: Variable resistor, glow coil, volt and amp meter.
  D+55+4 High current melts the fuse wire.
  D+55+6 Resistance thermometer: Iron coil in liquid Nitrogen and flame varies current.
  D+55+8 Effect of temperature on current in carbon or tungsten filaments.
  D+55+10 Large tungsten filament lamp; as it heats, current drops.
  D+55+12 Oscillator with resistor, capacitor and neon lamp.
  D+55+13 Same as D+55+12 using speaker for audio tone generation.
  D+55+14 Same as D+55+12 using oscilloscope to display waveform.
  D+55+16 Film: "Elementary electricity", sound; 8 min.
  D+55+18 Resistor analog: Marbles cascading down pin board.
  D+55+20 Applet: Battery-Resistor Circuit
  D+55+22 Applet: Conductivity
  D+55+24 Applet: Kirchhoff's Rules (Circuit 2)
  D+55+28 Applet: Circuit Construction Kit (AC+DC), Virtual Lab
  D+55+30 Applet: Ohm's Law
  D+55+32 Applet: Resistance at the Molecular Level
  D+55+34 Applet: Edison Elephant
  D+55+36 Applet: Paul Nord
Solid State and Semiconductors (D+60)

  D+60+0 P-N Junction as a rectifier: Current flows one way.
  D+60+2 P-N Junction as a rectifier: Diode bridge rectifies AC voltage.
  D+60+4 Photoelectric effect: Light on P-N junction causes current flow.
  D+60+6 Several commercial solar cells.
  D+60+8 Commercial solar cell spins propeller using small arc lamp.
  D+60+10 Impact on peizo-electric device flashes neon bulb.
  D+60+12 Applet: Fermi Level, Fermi Function and Electron Occupancy of Localized Energy States
  D+60+14 Applet: Fermi Level vs. Carrier Concentration and Doping of Donor and Acceptor Impurities
Thermionic Emission (D+65)

  D+65+0 Edison effect: Electrons are cast off from hot filament.
Thermoelectricity (D+70)

  D+70+0 Thermocouple and thermopile, both make electricity from heat.
  D+70+2 Thermocouple magnet: Flame with water cooling holds weight.
  D+70+4 Thermocouple magnet: Flame with ice bath, holds weight.
  D+70+6 Thermoelectric fan: Fan runs off of hot and cold water.
  D+70+8 Peltier junction: Forward current freezes water drop, reverse boils.
Transformers (D+75)

  D+75+0 Demountable transformer with many secondary coils from 10:1 to 1:46.
  D+75+1 Same as above: Secondary used for spot-welding.
  D+75+2 Same as above: Secondary used for induction melting.
  D+75+3 Same as above: Secondary used for small Jacob's ladder.
  D+75+4 Large Tesla coil. 15 inch discharge.
  D+75+6 Automobile coil makes a spark.
  D+75+8 Large Jacob's ladder.
Voltaic Cells (D+80)

  D+80+0 Copper nail and iron nail in a lemon using a multimeter.
  D+80+4 Gotham cell: Assorted metal electrodes in sulfuric acid bath.
  D+80+6 Storage cell: Gotham cell is charged up and rings a bell.
Electrolysis (D+85)

  D+85+0 Electrolysis of water produces hydrogen and oxygen.
  D+85+2 Bubble Electrolysis.

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