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Coefficient of Restitution
# 1R40.10


Description: Drop balls of different materials onto a plate. Compare the heights reached after bouncing by marking the positions on the meter stick.

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Parts: coefficient of restitution apparatus

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Demo References
The Video Encyclopedia of Physics Demonstrations Disc 05-04 Drop glass, steel, rubber, brass, and lead balls onto a steel plate.
Sutton M-69 Drop balls on a glass plate.
Freier and Anderson Mw-3 Balls of various materials are bounced off plates of various materials.
Meiners 9-1.5 Loss of mechanical energy in the coefficient of restitution.

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