P100 Physics Mobile Lab

The P100 Physics Mobile Lab is a cutting-edge Mobile Sciences Laboratory (MSL) designed to transform secondary-level Physics education. This comprehensive mobile unit is equipped with an array of laboratory instruments, digital tools, and interactive learning resources, enabling teachers to conduct demonstrations, experiments, and hands-on activities seamlessly. Central to the P100’s functionality is the PCB103 didactic application, which organizes Physics curriculum topics into accessible modules enhanced with multimedia and simulations.

This mobile lab includes specialized kits for both teachers and students, providing all necessary equipment and support for a wide range of Physics topics. By integrating advanced technology, STEM methodologies, and interactive teaching tools, the P100 Physics Mobile Lab fosters an engaging and immersive learning environment. With its extensive suite of features, the P100 empowers educators to deliver high-quality, practical Physics education that prepares students for future scientific endeavors.

The P100 Physics Mobile Lab is a fully featured Mobile Sciences Laboratory (MSL) specifically designed to support secondary-level Physics curriculum. This mobile lab unit offers a robust platform for teachers to perform demonstrations, experiments, and laboratory work, making complex Physics concepts more accessible and engaging for students. The P100 includes a universal mobile cart base, experimental kits for both teachers (PT series) and students (PS series), and the PCB103 didactic application.

  • Universal Mobile Cart Base: A durable and mobile platform that houses all necessary laboratory equipment.
  • Experimental Kits: Comprehensive kits for teachers and students, covering various Physics topics including Mechanics, Matter and Thermodynamics, Electromagnetism, and Optics.
  • PCB103 Didactic Application: An HTML-based application that offers interactive content, including presentations, multimedia, simulations, and detailed curriculum modules.

The PCB103 application divides Physics topics into structured modules, each containing presentations, videos, and simulations to support demonstrations and student activities. Below is an overview of the modules and their analytical coverage:

  • Mechanics
    • Force
      • Demonstrations: Inertia, Newton’s Third Law, Composition of forces (Non-Collinear forces), Equilibrium of a rigid body, Zero Gravity.
      • Activities: Composition of Collinear forces, Composition of non-concurrent forces, Measuring interaction, Forces between two bodies, Determining center of gravity of flat object.
    • Friction
      • Demonstrations: Properties of friction 1 & 2.
      • Activities: Relationship between kinetic friction and contact surface area and normal force.
    • Elasticity
      • Demonstrations: Measuring force based on compression and stretching of the spring.
    • Balance and Moment
      • Demonstrations: Comparing masses using equal arm balance, Levers and Simple Machines, Pulleys and Simple Machines.
      • Activities: Static Equilibrium Force and Moment.
    • Kinetics
      • Demonstrations: Uniform Motion in a straight-line, Dependence of trajectory on the frame of reference, Free Fall, Uniformly accelerated motion in a straight-line, Uniform circular motion.
      • Activities: Measuring speed of uniform motion, Measure free fall acceleration, Measure centripetal acceleration.
    • Newton’s Second Law
      • Demonstrations: Comparing masses of two interacting bodies based on their acceleration.
      • Activities: Collision of bodies.
    • Oscillations
      • Demonstrations: Oscillation.
      • Activities: The study of pendulum swing.
    • Work and Energy
      • Demonstrations: Mechanical oscillation.
      • Activities: Relationship between kinetic energy and stopping distance, Measuring potential energy of a body, Efficiency of energy conversion on an inclined plane, Conversion of mechanical energy.
  • Sound
    • Demonstrations: Experiment conducted with a buzzer placed under enclosed glass seal.
  • Measurements
    • Demonstrations: How thermometer works.
    • Activities: Measuring a mass of a body, Measuring density of solids, Measuring density of liquids, Measuring air humidity.
  • States of Matter
    • Demonstrations: Demonstration samples of different crystals, Heating and air pressure, Barometer, Communicating vessels, Pascal ball, Hydraulic press, Archimedes Principle, Separation of common plastics based on density, Diffusion in solutions, gases and water, Adhesion, Jet Propulsion of a Rocket, Brownian motion model.
    • Activities: Measuring atmospheric pressure, Measuring the buoyant force (Archimedes principle), Experiments showing forces affecting molecular attraction, Relationship between gas volume and pressure at constant temperature.
  • Thermodynamics
    • Demonstrations: Thermal Expansion of a solid body, Heat conductivity of various materials, Convection in liquids and gases, Thermal Radiation, Evaporation, Constant boiling temperature of a liquid at constant pressure, Less the pressure less the boiling temperature, Appearance of water on the outside of an ice-filled glass.
    • Activities: The study of heat exchange by mixing cold and hot water, Changing internal energy by heating or doing work, Measuring specific heat capacity of substances, Specific heat capacity of melted ice, the study of evaporation process.
  • Static Electricity
    • Demonstrations: Build-up of static charge, Two types of electric charge, How electroscope works and its design, Conservation of electric charges, Conductors and insulators, Electrostatic induction.
    • Activities: Triboelectric principles, Observing collisions generating static electricity, Measuring electric charge, Conductors and dielectrics in the electric field.
  • Electrodynamics
    • Demonstrations: Conductors and insulators, Capacitor Design, Capacitor Electric Field, DC Power Supplies, Measuring electric current with ammeter, Measuring electric current with voltmeter, Rheostat & resistance decade box (RHEOSTAT), Rheostat and resistance decade box (RESISTOR), The properties of semiconductors.
    • Activities: Making and testing DC circuits, Making and testing a simple galvanic cell, Measuring voltage, Relationship between current and voltage, Relationship between electrical resistance of the conductor and its length, cross-section, and material, Measuring electrical resistance, Parallel circuits, Serial circuits, Measuring electric power, Semiconductor diode operation.
  • Magnetism
    • Demonstrations: Magnetization of materials.
    • Activities: The study of magnetic interactions.
    • Electromagnetism
      • Demonstrations: Oersted Experiment, Magnetic field caused by current flow, Effect of magnetic field on current conductor, Design of electric motor, Electromagnetic Induction, Lenz’s Law, DC Generator design, Alternator design, Design of transformer, Electromagnetic radiation (waves), How microphone and speaker works, How radio communication works.
      • Activities: Electric current and its effect on magnetized pointer, Magnetic field and its effect on current, How electric motor works, the study of electromagnetic induction, Generating alternating current by coil rotation in a magnetic field, The study of electromagnetic spectrum using mobile phone.
  • Optics
    • Properties of Light
      • Demonstrations: Propagation of light in a straight line, Rotating colored disk (Visual perception).
      • Activities: Propagation of light.
    • Optical Phenomena
      • Demonstrations: Reflection of light, Refraction of light, Ray tracing (converging lenses), Ray tracing (diverging lenses), Producing images using lenses, Optical Instruments, Dispersion of white light, Using converging lens to produce white light.
      • Activities: Relationship between angle of incidence and angle of reflection, Characteristic properties of an image formed by a plane mirror, Measuring focal length of converging lens, Producing images using converging lens, Dispersion of light, Spectrum and its radiation.

The P100 Physics Mobile Lab provides a versatile and comprehensive platform for Physics education. By combining state-of-the-art equipment, detailed curriculum modules, and interactive learning tools, the P100 ensures that students receive a rich and engaging educational experience. This mobile lab bridges the gap between theoretical concepts and practical application, preparing students for future scientific exploration. Contact us today to bring the P100 Physics Mobile Lab to your school and enhance your Physics teaching capabilities.

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