PHYII Lab Report 4 - Engineering Physics II Lab #4...

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Unformatted text preview: Engineering Physics II Lab #4 Resistance and Resistivity & Ohms Law Jason Herman @00719130 February 12, 2009 Group: Ben Setterbo, Nathan Knowles, Jorge Vandunem Engineering Physics II Lab RESISTANCE AND RESISTIVITY & Jason Herman OHMS LAW @00719130 TABLE OF CONTENTS DESCRIPTION PAGE I. Analysis 1.0 Introduction / Objectives 1 2.0 Experiment Procedure 1 3.0 Data Analysis 2 4.0 Conclusion 3 II. Appendices 1.0 Appendix 1- References 4 2.0 Appendix 2- Original Data 5 Engineering Physics II Lab RESISTANCE AND RESISTIVITY & Jason Herman OHMS LAW @00719130 I. ANALYSIS 1.0 INTRODUCTION / OBJECTIVE 1.1 Introduction This relationship between; Voltage (V), Amperage (I) and Resistance (R) is known as Ohms Law. The most applied relation in current electricity is that known as Ohm's Law....
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This note was uploaded on 02/28/2009 for the course PHY 1923 taught by Professor Catalina during the Spring '08 term at The University of Texas at San Antonio- San Antonio.

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PHYII Lab Report 4 - Engineering Physics II Lab #4...

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