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D U K E P H Y S I C S L A B O R A T O R Y 7 G E O M E T R I C O P T I C S Pre-Lab Activity 1. As seen in air by a person looking down on the surface, the image of an object beneath the surface formed by light rays leaving a flat refracting surface

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Group Members: Lab Instructor: Lab Section: Warm-Up Activity (30 minutes) A. Velocity Diagrams The diagram below represents a stroboscopic photograph of a ball as it rolls up a track in a typical lab experiment. Motion down the ramp is not considere

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DUKE PHYSICS INTRODUCTORY LABORATORIES Errors and Significant Figures Errors and Uncertainties in Measurement Because of human and instrumental limitations no measurement is absolutely accurate or exact. A measurement or experimental result is of l

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D UKE P HYSICS INTRODUCTORY LABORATORIES Errors and Significant Figures Errors and Uncertainties in Measurement Because of human and instrumental limitations no measurement is absolutely accurate or exact. A measurement or experimental result is

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D U K E P H Y S I C S L A B O R A T O R Y 2 E L E C T R O S T A T I C S Pre-Lab Activity 1. Q = 30 C, q = 5.0 C, and d = 30 cm, what is the magnitude of the electrostatic force on q? a. 15 N b. 23 N c. 0.0 N d Q d. 7.5 N 2d q 2Q e. 38 N 2. Rubb

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D U K E P H Y S I C S L A B O R A T O R Y 3 C A P A C I T O R S Pre-Lab Activity 1. A capacitor is formed by attaching two uncharged metal plates, each with an area A and thickness x to the circuit as shown. The battery remains connected while die

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D U K E P H Y S I C S L A B O R A T O R Y 4 D C C I R C U I T S Pre-Lab Activity 1. A conductor of radius r, length l, and resistivity has resistance R. It is melted down and formed into a new conductor, also cylindrical, with the length of the

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D U K E P H Y S I C S L A B O R A T O R Y 4 D C C I R C U I T S Pre-Lab Activity 1. A conductor of radius r, length l, and resistivity has resistance R. It is melted down and formed into a new conductor, also cylindrical, with the length of the

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D U K E P H Y S I C S L A B O R A T O R Y 5 F A R A D A Y A N D L E N Z Pre-Lab Activity 1. One difference between magnetic fields and electric fields is that the force exerted by the field on a positive charge +q ! ! ! ! is always parallel to th

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DUKEUNIVERSITY 2 Volume PhysicsDepartment LaboratoryManual Fall2002 Introductionto Technical THERMODYNAMICS MECHANICS LABORATORY Physics PHY052

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2 Volume DUKE UNIVERSITY Physics Department Laboratory Manual Fall 2002 Introduction to Technical Physics PHY 052

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D UKE P HYSICS INTRODUCTORY LABORATORIES Welcome Predicting the behavior of physical systems based on knowledge of other systems is a sophisticated process. The three facets of the Introductory Physics courses here at Duke University lecture, r

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D U K E P H Y S I C S L A B O R A T O R Y 1 U N D E R S T A N D I N G M O T I O N Pre-Lab Activity 1. A complete statement of Newton\'s First Law is: Bodies at rest tend to stay at rest and bodies in motion tend to stay in motion. In an inert

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D U K E P H Y S I C S L A B O R A T O R Y 1 U N D E R S T A N D I N G M O T I O N Pre-Lab Activity 1. A complete statement of Newton\'s First Law is: ! ! ! ! ! Bodies at rest tend to stay at rest and bodies in motion tend to stay in motion. In an

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D U K E P H Y S I C S L A B O R A T O R Y 2 I N T R O D U C T I O N T O F O R C E S Pre-Lab Activity 1. Consider two teams, A and B, pulling in opposite directions on a rope. If A pulls on the rope with greater horizontal force than B, A wil

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D U K E P H Y S I C S L A B O R A T O R Y 2 I N T R O D U C T I O N T O F O R C E S Pre-Lab Activity 1. Consider two teams, A and B, pulling in opposite directions on a rope. ! ! ! ! ! If A pulls on the rope with greater horizontal force than B,

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D U K E P H Y S I C S T H E L A B O R A T O R Y 3 W O R K - E N E R G Y T H E O R E M Pre-Lab Activity 1. The work-kinetic energy theorem states that in a system: The total work done on or by an object equals the change in kinetic energy of the o

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D U K E P H Y S I C S L A B O R A T O R Y 4 C O L L I S I O N S Pre-Lab Activity 1. The law of conversation of linear momentum states that: If only conservative forces act, the total linear momentum of a system is constant. If the net extern

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D U K E P H Y S I C S L A B O R A T O R Y 4 C O L L I S I O N S Pre-Lab Activity 1. The law of conversation of linear momentum states that: ! If only conservative forces act, the total linear momentum of a system is constant. ! ! ! ! If the net e

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D U K E P H Y S I C S T O R Q U E A N D L A B O R A T O R Y 5 M O M E N T O F I N T E R T I A Pre-Lab Activity 1. A ladybug sits at the outer edge of a merry-go-round, and a gentleman bug sits halfway between her and the axis of rotation. The merr

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D U K E P H Y S I C S F L U I D S A N D L A B O R A T O R Y 6 A R C H I M E D E S P R I N C I P L E Pre-Lab Activity 1. A force is applied at one side of a sealed water balloon, increasing the pressure on that side: The pressure on the opposite s

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D U K E P H Y S I C S L A B O R A T O R Y 6 H A R M O N I C L A B O R A T O R Y 7 O S C I L L A T O R S Pre-Lab Activity 1. An object can oscillate about: Any equilibrium point. Both stable and unstable equilibrium points. Only unstable eq

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D U K E P H Y S I C S L A B O R A T O R Y 7 H A R M O N I C O S C I L L A T O R S Pre-Lab Activity 1. An object can oscillate about: ! Any equilibrium point. ! ! ! ! Both stable and unstable equilibrium points. Only unstable equilibrium points. O

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D U K E P H Y S I C S 8 Mechanical Waves I N T R O D U C T I O N Lab Mechanical waves transport energy and momentum as a traveling disturbance through a medium. At the source of a typical sound wave, some process forces the air just out side a s

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D U K E P H Y S I C S 8 Lab I N T R O D U C T I O N Mechanical Waves Mechanical waves transport energy and momentum as a traveling disturbance through a medium. At the source of a typical sound wave, some process forces the air just out side a spe

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1 Volume DUKE UNIVERSITY Physics Department Laboratory Manual Fall 2002 General Physics I PHY 053

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Group Members: Lab Instructor: Lab Section: Warm-Up Activity: Work and Changes in Kinetic Energy Consider the three identical blocks pictured below. The blocks experience constant, identical forces continuously supplied by push of a hand. In Case 1,

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Group Members: Lab Instructor: Lab Section: Warm-Up Activity A. Angular Acceleration The rigid bar shown below is free to rotate about a fixed pivot through its center. The axis of rotation of the bar is perpendicular to the plane of the paper. | |

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Group Members: Lab Instructor: Lab Section: I. Warm-Up Activity: Buoyancy Forces All group members must log off the computers before starting. A. Buoyant Forces and Floating Objects A cross-sectional view of a boat floating on a lake is shown in th

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D U K E P H Y S I C S L A B O R A T O R Y 2 I N T R O D U C T I O N T O F O R C E S Pre-Lab Activity 1. Consider two teams, A and B, pulling in opposite directions on a rope. If A pulls on the rope with greater horizontal force than B, A wil

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D UKE P HYSICS INTRODUCTORY LABORATORIES Welcome Predicting the behavior of physical systems based on knowledge of other systems is a sophisticated process. The three facets of the Introductory Physics courses here at Duke University lecture, r

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DUKE PHYSICS THE LABORATORY 3 WORK-ENERGY THEOREM For Each Station: 1 Track 1 Force sensor 1 Rubber Knob for sensor 1 Collision Cart with Friction Adjustment 2 Mass Blocks 1 End Stop For Horizontal Calibration 1 Rotational Sensor with Track Atta

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DUKE PHYSICS LABORATORY 4 COLLISIONS Equipment List & Setup Equipment for each setup: 2 carts (1 plunger, 1 plain) 2 force sensors 1 rubber knob 1 flat washer assembly 1 light spring bumper 2 500-gm mass blocks 1 track 3 pairs track legs 2 end sto

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DUKE PHYSICS FLUIDS AND LABORATORY 6 ARCHIMEDES\' PRINCIPLE Equipment List 1 stand (type pictured works best; tall w/ flat base) 2 force sensors 1 knurled force sensor screw to secure to crossbar 1 sensor hook 1 threaded rod attachment (with thread

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D U K E P H Y S I C S L A B O R A T O R Y 2 E L E C T R O S T A T I C S Pre-Lab Activity 1. Q = 30 C, q = 5.0 C, and d = 30 cm, what is the magnitude of the electrostatic force on q? a. 15 N b. 23 N c. 0.0 N d Q d. 7.5 N 2d q 2Q e. 38 N 2. Rubb

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D U K E P H Y S I C S L A B O R A T O R Y 3 C A P A C I T O R S Pre-Lab Activity 1. A capacitor is formed by attaching two uncharged metal plates, each with an area A and thickness x to the circuit as shown. The battery remains connected while die

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D U K E P H Y S I C S L A B O R A T O R Y 5 F A R A D A Y A N D L E N Z Pre-Lab Activity 1. One difference between magnetic fields and electric fields is that the force exerted by the field on a positive charge +q is always parallel to the el

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D U K E P H Y S I C S A C L A B O R A T O R Y 6 C I R C U I T E L E M E N T S Pre-Lab Activity 1. In a series RLC circuit: ! ! ! ! ! Capacitors and inductors both act as short circuits at high frequencies. Capacitors and inductors both act as ope

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D U K E P H Y S I C S L A B O R A T O R Y 7 G E O M E T R I C O P T I C S Pre-Lab Activity 1. As seen in air by a person looking down on the surface, the image of an object beneath the surface formed by light rays leaving a flat refracting surface

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. D U K E P H Y S I C S L A B O R A T O R Y 8 P H Y S I C A L O P T I C S y Pre-Lab Activity 1. The bright and dark bands you see in a photograph of a double slit interference pattern . represent which of the following? The respective posi

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D U K E P H Y S I C S L A B O R A T O R Y 8 P H Y S I C A L O P T I C S Pre-Lab Activity 1. The bright and dark bands you see in a photograph of a double slit interference pattern represent which of the following? ! The respective positions of the

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D U K E P H Y S I C S T H E L A B O R A T O R Y 3 W O R K - E N E R G Y T H E O R E M Pre-Lab Activity 1. The work-kinetic energy theorem states that in a system: ! The total work done on or by an object equals the change in kinetic energy of the

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D U K E P H Y S I C S F L U I D S A N D L A B O R A T O R Y 6 A R C H I M E D E S P R I N C I P L E Pre-Lab Activity 1. A force is applied at one side of a sealed water balloon, increasing the pressure on that side: ! The pressure on the opposite

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DUKE UNIVERSITY 1 Volume THERMODYNAMICS MECHANICS LABORATORY Physics Department Laboratory Manual Fall 2002 General Physics I PHY 053

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Group Members: Lab Instructor: Lab Section: Warm-Up Activity: Using Free Body Diagrams to Analyze Forces and Motion (20 minutes) (Note: Your group will jointly turn in one copy of this section.) A. Newton\'s 2nd Law with Applications to One-Dimension

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Group Members: Lab Instructor: Lab Section: Warm-Up Activity: Collision Forces Please log off the computers before starting. A. Forces Between Identical Blocks in Contact Consider the two identical blocks A and B pictured at right. Both blocks are

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DUKE PHYSICS LABORATORY 7 HARMONIC OSCILLATORS Equipment List & Setup Equipment for each setup: 1 flat-bottomed stand 1 90-degree clamp 1 crossbar 1 motion sensor 1 spring 1 50-g mass hanger 1 styrofoam plate assorted masses (2-20g, 1 10g) 1 tape

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DUKE PHYSICS LABORATORY 7 HARMONIC OSCILLATORS Equipment List & Setup Equipment for each setup: 2 Identical cups 2 temperature probes 1 Scale for every 3 setups. Hot water Room temperature water Setup Weigh two identical, empty cups to obtain a st

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DUKE PHYSICS INTRODUCTORY LABORATORIES Welcome Predicting the behavior of physical systems based on knowledge of other systems is a sophisticated process. The three facets of the Introductory Physics courses here at Duke University lecture, recita