Pair of Mega Mirrors
Item # P2-7150
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These extra-large parabolic mirrors make dramatic demonstrations of optical principles a snap. Each aluminized mirror measures 24" in diameter and is supplied with an aluminum frame, mounting bracket, and base.
Size does matter...demonstrate the principles of optics and mirrors.
Demonstrate the principles of optics and mirrors of real and virtual images using these extra-large and virtually unbreakable concave and convex mirrors. The concave mirror can demonstrate the reflection and focusing of light, heat, and even sound. Pair with lasers and fog to demonstrate focal distances.
These extra-large parabolic mirrors make demonstrating optical principles a snap. One example? The concave mirror can demonstrate the reflection and focusing of light, heat, and even sound. A discussion of shapes and uses of satellite dishes can be visually demonstrated. The mirrors' extra-large size makes your demonstrations easy to see and understand, even from the back of the lecture hall.
Each aluminized mirror measures 24" in diameter and is supplied with an aluminum frame, mounting bracket, and base. The surface has been highly polished for accurate reflection. Order them and see why Professor Peter Kinsler of Howick College said, "I recommend them unreservedly to all physics and science teachers."
Please note: The focal length on the Mega Mirrors is 17”, which is too short for Schlieren photography.
Products being sold are not toys. They are for Educational / Labratory use only. They are not for use by children 12 and under.
In using this product, national and states science education standards are covered. Some examples are provided here. These are representative. However, check with your state to find the exact standards.
Light interacts with matter by transmission (including refraction), absorption, or scattering (including reflection). To see an object, light from that object emitted by it or scattered from it must enter the eye.
Explain how objects or media reflect, refract, transmit, or absorb light. Demonstrate wave interactions including interference, polarization, reflection, refraction, and resonance within various materials.
Item # P2-7160