RC circuits

# RC circuits - We Set the power supply voltage to 6.0 V turned off and then connected the power supply in series with the switch the 0.1 F capacitor

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Unformatted text preview: We Set the power supply voltage to 6.0 V. turned off and then connected the power supply in series with the switch, the 0.1 F capacitor, and the 1 kf. Resistor. We made a table and recorded the capacitor voltage T CV 10 0.48 20 0.89 30 1.29 40 1.67 50 1.97 60 2.27 70 2.55 80 2.81 90 3.04 100 3.26 110 3.47 120 3.66 130 3.8 140 3.97 150 4.11 160 4.25 170 4.38 180 4.49 190 4.6 200 4.69 210 4.78 220 4.87 230 4.94 240 5.01 250 5.08 260 5.14 270 5.19 280 5.52 290 5.3 300 5.34 After this we discharged the capacitor with a wire. Then we made measurements of the voltage VR across the resistor while you repeat the experiment. T RV 6 10 5.48 20 5.05 30 5.06 40 4.3 50 3.98 60 3.67 70 3.31 80 3.15 90 2.91 100 2.68 110 2.49 120 2.3 130 2.14 140 1.98 150 1.84 160 1.7 170 1.57 180 1.48 190 1.36 200 1.27 210 1.15 220 1.09 230 1.01 240 0.94 250 0.88 260 0.81 270 0.76 280 0.7 290 0.66 300 0.61 We estimated our error at 0.1 and plot or data to find our time constant See attached graph....
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## This note was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course CHEM chem 313 taught by Professor Ayer during the Spring '08 term at Northeastern.

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RC circuits - We Set the power supply voltage to 6.0 V turned off and then connected the power supply in series with the switch the 0.1 F capacitor

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