Date: Thu, 1 Dec 2011 15:53:23 -

Author: --- Paul Nord

Subject: Chladni Plate -- (was Re: BIG chladny plate)

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Spelling correction for future reference.

On Dec 1, 2011, at 3:34 PM, Bill wrote:

> Tom,
> It's Japanese. Try the link below the video ( =
http://otonanokagaku.net/english/index.html) to go to "Otona no Kagaku =
(Science for Adults) Magazine, a magazine with a supplement for science =
lovers" Some neat kits. When you try =
http://otonanokagaku.net/magazine/kids1/ it shows an interesting =
electronic mini version of the plates - but its in Japanese! When you =
click on "English" it sends you to the first site above. When in the =
Japanese version check out the video of the mini version located next to =
the blue Japanese writing.
>=20
> Bill Reitz
>=20
> On 12/1/2011 2:51 PM, Thomas Senior wrote:
>>=20
>> Gentle Pholk,
>> The faculty here at Lake Forest College are interested in this =
demo. Any ideas about the supports under the plate? i am guessing that =
it is an aluminum plate about 1 cm thick and 50 cm in radius. Love the =
colored sand! Another of his videos shows a square plate. And out of =
curiosity, is the language Japanese or Chinese?=20
>>=20
>> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3DOz53w_k_j_A
>>=20
>> Tom
>=20


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Spelling correction for future reference.On Dec 1, 2011, at 3:34 PM, Bill wrote:




Tom,
It's Japanese. Try the link below the video (
http://otonanokagaku.net/english/index.html) to go to "Otona no
Kagaku (Science for Adults) Magazine, a magazine with a supplement
for science lovers" Some neat kits. When you try
http://otonanokagaku.net/magazine/kids1/ it shows an interesting
electronic mini version of the plates - but its in Japanese! When
you click on "English" it sends you to the first site above. When in
the Japanese version check out the video of the mini version located
next to the blue Japanese writing.

Bill Reitz

On 12/1/2011 2:51 PM, Thomas Senior wrote:


Gentle Pholk,
The faculty here at Lake Forest College are
interested in this demo. Any ideas about the supports under
the plate? i am guessing that it is an aluminum plate about
1 cm thick and 50 cm in radius. Love the colored sand!
Another of his videos shows a square plate. And out of
curiosity, is the language Japanese or Chinese?


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oz53w_k_j_A


Tom






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