Date: Sat, 17 Aug 2002 13:27:38 -0400

Author: Brad Shue

Subject: Re: Mystery Equipment

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I know H is a doppler apparatus. Usually a rod is attached to the spindle
with a counter balance on one end and a vibrating reed on the other to
generate a tone as it spins through the air. I used to call this one the
knuckle buster at Arkansas because it can pack a punch if you are not careful.

Latest news...... I'll be taking the position at Davidson in NC
ASAP. Still house hunting right now.

At 11:58 AM 8/17/02, you wrote:
>Hello! I have a new job that came with a sizeable classroom and tons of
>storage space. I've been going through the storage space and have found
>things I can only guess at. I have them posted, and would welcome any help
>from more seasoned veterans of the Physics classroom in identifying
>them.
>
>http://www.geocities.com/fizziksweb/mystery.html

Brad Shue
6911 Windward St
Cincinnati, OH 45227
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I know H is a doppler apparatus.  Usually a rod is attached to the
spindle with a counter balance on one end and a vibrating reed on the
other to generate a tone as it spins through the air.  I used to
call this one the knuckle buster at Arkansas because it can pack a punch
if you are not careful.


Latest news......  I'll be taking the position at Davidson in NC
ASAP.  Still house hunting right now.


At 11:58 AM 8/17/02, you wrote:

Hello! I have a new job that
came with a sizeable classroom and tons of storage space. I've been going
through the storage space and have found things I can only guess at. I
have them posted, and would welcome any help from more seasoned veterans
of the Physics classroom in identifying

them.


http://www.geocities.com/fizziksweb/mystery.html



Brad Shue

6911 Windward St

Cincinnati, OH 45227

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