The physics laboratory in Byblos is equipped with modern experimental setups enabling students to explore concepts in classical and modern physics and to develop experimental know-how. The experiments performed in the physics lab cover a variety of physics topics including electricity, magnetism, mechanics and hermodynamics to name a few.
The major instruments of the lab include cobra interfaces, current balances, plate and spherical capacitors, Helmholtz coils, torsion dynamometers, digital teslameters, oscilloscopes, function generators, digital multimeters, LCR meters, GLX explorer, light barriers, air tracks, ballistic pendulums, and many others. In addition, some experiments are converted to computer-based experiments using PCs with the aid of sensors and interface hardware.
Hours of operation
Monday– Friday, 8am – 4:30pm
Ms. Jessy Haddad,