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GD5 0198 3Our secretary was recently surprised by the VERON with the issuing of a gold pin for his commitment to VERON, and SCOUTING. The VERON magazine published the following article:

 

 

 

 

 

Smoelenboek

Here you can see who are behind the JOTA-JOTI Service Circuit.

The photo shows all members by name. Then I would like to mention which posts belong to the members:

 

LM8

In all these experiments make use of the contacts between the blades of the Light Mill. It's easy when you attach a piece of flexible electrical wire here. Stick a piece of tape over the light sensor.

 

 

Color  the patches starts and  finish with a soft black pencil (preferably 6B). Slide the metal surfaces
paperclip on the  surfaces, connect the wires to the paper clips. Draw a path through the islands and bridges. If the path is well marked, without interruptions, the mill will run faster.

 

 

 

 

LM7Lost your wire???
In a pile of wire ends it is sometimes difficult to find the acompanied ends. Try it with the LightMill!

 

 

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Pak both the end of a wire of the Light Mill bite. Join hands, watching a good look at what happened!

 

 

Which materials conduct electricity? Try it with the Light Mill!

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Connect different resistances between the wires. What can you say about the speed of the mill and the value of the resistor?

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