replacement tube for franck-hertz experiment
The Franck-Hertz experiment was first performed by James Franck and Gustav Hertz in 1914. It is now carried out widely in most curricula, used to demonstrate the quantum nature of atoms.
The experiment can be performed using either mercury or neon: at Lab World, we offer both a Franck-Hertz Tube with Neon Filling and a Franck-Hertz Tube with Mercury Filling. Both of these products are for use alongside the Franck-Hertz Experiment Power Supply and, if necessary, an Analogue Oscilloscope, in order to conduct the Franck-Hertz Experiment.
The Replacement Tube for Franck-Hertz Experiment is available for either the mercury or neon filling, depending on your requirements. If you regularly conduct the experiment, as may be the case in a school for instance, it's always useful to have spare parts to hand in case of breakage or wear.