Thermal Conductivity of a bad Conductor by Lee’s & Disc

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Experiments: To determine thermal conductivity of a bad conductor (glass) in form of a disc using Lee's method.


1. LEE’S DISC APPARATUS of the same diameter with inlet and outlet tubes for steam. Both the cylinders : have radial holes for insertion of thermometers The material : Glass (provided)under test is placed between the two cylinders. Stand:The apparatus is suspended by strings attached to the lower cylinder. having m.s. cast iron base 8” x 5” with 18 ‘ x 3/8” steel chromed rod. Without thermometers.

2. Thermometer, 110’ C mercury to measure the temperature of the water

3. Hot Plate size 8 inch round with cork and shoeal balance under which beaker can be placed

4. Rubber Tubing 8 MM 


  • Lee's apparatus
  • Hot Plate + Constant Level Tank
  • Steam Boiler + Thermometer 

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Thermal Conductivity of a bad Conductor by Lee’s & Disc

Thermal Conductivity of a bad Conductor by Lee’s & Disc

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