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Lab 6: Oscilloscope Staci Williams Nicole Har ty, Kevin Schesing, Caitlin Kubota Section 015 Theory: Oscilloscopes can measure properties of a periodic voltage such as shape, peak-to-peak amplitude, and period. A slowly varying periodic voltage can be obs

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Lab6:Oscilloscope StaciWilliams NicoleHarty,KevinSchesing,CaitlinKubota Section015 Theory: Oscilloscopescanmeasurepropertiesofaperiodicvoltagesuchasshape,peakto peakamplitude,andperiod.Aslowlyvaryingperiodicvoltagecanbeobservedona voltagemeter,withaverti

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Lab 3: Equilibr ium of a Pa rticle Staci Williams Kevin Schesing Section 011 Performed October 1, 2009 Due October 9, 2009 Objective: The objective of this lab is to investigate the validity of Newton\'s 1st Law th rough the balancing of forces. Descriptio

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Lab 4: Newton\'s 2nd Law Staci Williams Kevin Schesing Section 011 Performed October 8 2009 Due October 16, 2009 Objective: The objective of this lab is to verify Newton\'s 2nd Law and applications of the law to test if the acceleration is equal to the forc

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Physics Lab 10: Current Balance 1 Staci Williams Nicole Har ty, Kevin Schesing, Caitlin Kubota Section 015 Theory: The magnetic force between two wires A and B is brought on by each wire producing a vector field at all points of the other wire. The unit o

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Lab 1: Motion Staci Williams Marc Dones Lab Section 011 Performed September 17, 2009 Due September 25, 2009 3.1 Programming the SWS The speed of sound is 353.98 meters per second. The speed of sound may vary from day to day because the motion sensor depen

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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Lab 2: Motion 2 9 Staci Williams Marc Dones Section 011 Performed September 24, 2009 Due October 3, 2009 10 Objective: The objective of this lab is to better understand the relationship between position, velocity, acceleration, and t ime w

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Lab 9: RC Circuits 1 Staci Williams Nicole Harty, Kevin Schesing, Caitlin Kubota Section 015 Theory: The voltage across a resistor is proportional to the current through the resistor and the voltage across a capacitor is proportional to the time integral

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Lab9:RCCircuits1 StaciWilliams NicoleHarty,KevinSchesing,CaitlinKubota Section015 Theory: Thevoltageacrossaresistorisproportionaltothecurrentthroughtheresistorand thevoltageacrossacapacitorisproportionaltothetimeintegralofthecurrentinto thecapacitor.Thev

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1 Williams Lab 1: Resonance Tube Staci Williams Kevin Schesing, Nicole Harty, Caitlin Kubota Section 015 2 Performed February 2, 2010 Due February 13, 2010 3 Theory: 2.1 Air As A Spring Williams Gas is a springy material, and when placed in a cylinder wit

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Williams 1 Lab1:ResonanceTube StaciWilliams KevinSchesing,NicoleHarty,CaitlinKubota Section015 PerformedFebruary2,2010 DueFebruary13,2010 Williams 2 Theory: 2.1AirAsASpring Gasisaspringymaterial,andwhenplacedinacylinderwithpistonsoneachsideitcanbe compre

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Lab 2: Oscillations of a String Staci Williams Kevin Schesing, Nicole Har ty, Caitlin Kubota Section 015 Due February 20, 2010 Theory: 3 F ree Oscillations When a string is fixed at both ends it is assumed that i t will vibrate in the x-y plane, with the

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Lab 3: Equilibrium of a Particle Staci Williams Kevin Schesing Section 011 Performed October 1, 2009 Due October 9, 2009 Objective: The objective of this lab is to investigate the validity of Newton\'s 1st Law through the balancing of forces. Description:

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Lab 5: WorkEnergy Staci Williams Kevin Schesing Section 011 Performed October 15, 2009 Due October 23, 2009 1 Objective: The objective of this lab is to investigate the validity of the workenergy relationship. Description: 3 Does Work=Change in KE A glide

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La b 7: Voltage, Current, and Resistance I Staci Williams Nicole Har ty, Kevin Schesing, Caitling Kubota Section 015 Theory: Voltage Two points have a voltage between them if work is done by the electric field as a charge is moved from one of the points t

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Lab7:Voltage,Current,and ResistanceI StaciWilliams NicoleHarty,KevinSchesing,CaitlingKubota Section015 Theory: Voltage Twopointshaveavoltagebetweenthemifworkisdonebytheelectricfieldasa chargeismovedfromoneofthepointstoanother.Voltageistheworkdoneona unitp

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force 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 a^2 8.01 15.05 26.11 34.34 43.03 51.84 13.1 21.62 29.92 40.07 52.27 60.82 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 0 f(x) = 18152.77x - 1.4 Column B Linear Regression for Column B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 0 f(x) = 19865.89x + 2.23 Col

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Lab7:Voltage,Current,and ResistanceI StaciWilliams NicoleHarty,KevinSchesing,CaitlingKubota Section015 Theory: Voltage Twopointshaveavoltagebetweenthemifworkisdonebytheelectricfieldasa chargeismovedfromoneofthepointstoanother.Voltageistheworkdoneona unitp

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Laboratory Techniques: Recrystallization, Distillation, and Extraction Dates: 9/15/09 and 9/22/09 Staci Williams Tuesday 6:10-10:40 Introduction/Purpose: The purpose of this lab is to practice and perfect basic laboratory techniques such as recrystallizat

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Staci Williams October 20, 2009 Separation and Purification of the Components of an Analgesic Powder Purpose/Summary of Procedure: To separate acetaminophen, aspirin, and caffeine and purify them. Also to check how well they are separated and purified by

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Staci Williams October 27, 2009 Column Chromatography and Thin Layer Chromatography Sections 6.2 and 6.3 Summa ry of P rocedure: Perform column chromatography to separate f luorene and 9-f lurenone from a 1:1 mixture, and then peform thin layer chromatogp

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Staci Williams November 3, 2009 P reparation of 1-Bromobutane Section 14.4 pages 458-459 Summa ry of P rocedure: To demonstrate the conversion of a primary alcohol to a primary bromoalkane with the use of hydrobromic acid. P rocedure/Observations: Place 1

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