The Sodium Fluorescence Tube is used to demonstrate the resonance fluorescence of sodium vapour. When the tube is heated, it is able to achieve sufficient pressure of sodium vapour to make this experiment possible.
The Heating Chamber delivers this heat; an electric heating chamber with continuous temperature control, it works alongside the Sodium Fluorescence Tube to enable the required pressure. With a digital temperature display which shows actual and set-point temperatures, this Heating Chamber is a high-end piece of user-friendly equipment.
The Housing Chamber features a lacquered metal house with two viewing windows, as well as an opening with spring-clip for the thermometer and thermally insulated carrying handle. The temperature measurement and control is handled by an integrated micro-controller and a Pt100 thermo-couple.
The Heating Chamber works alongside the Sodium Fluorescence Tube on Furnace Wall to demonstrate the following:
- Sodium resonance fluorescence
- Absorption of Na spectral lines in a sodium mist
- Dimensions (front opening): approx. 230 x 160mm²
- Heating power: 400W
- Maximum temperature: 300°C (230V, 50/60 Hz), 250°C (115 V, 50/60Hz)
- Temperature constancy: approx. ±1°C
- Dimensions: approx. 335 x 180 x 165mm³
- Weight: approx. 5.6kg