Conservation of Linear Momentum.pdf - Lab 6 Conservation of Linear Momentum J 19 October 2017 General Physics I Laboratory PHY 2045L-L04 Introduction

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Lab 6: Conservation of Linear Momentum J 19 October 2017 General Physics I Laboratory PHY 2045L-L04
Introduction and Purpose: Newton’s third law of motion states that whenever body exerts force on another, the second body exerts a force on the first that is equal in magnitude and opposite in direction. The purpose of this experiment is to observe the principle of conservation of momentum. Diagram: GLIDER PHOTOGATES GLIDER LEVELING SCREW TRACK LEVELING SCREW Data: Run # t 1i (sec) t 2i (sec) t 1f (sec) t 2f (sec) m 1 v 1i (N) m 2 v 2i (N) m 1 v 1f (N) m 2 v 2f (N) P i (N) P f (N) ΔP = P f - P i (N) 1 0.1498 0.1287 0.2921 0.3414 +13.45 -14.82 -6.89 +5.59 -1.37 -1.30 -0.07 2 0 0.0985 0.1219 5.5611 0 -19.36 -16.52 +0.34 -19.36 -16.18 3.18 3 0 0.1260 0.1818 0.6695 0 -23.02 -16.51 +4.33 -23.02 -12.18 10.84 Calculations: t f actual = t f -t i Ex. 0.2921 s =0.4419 s - 0.1498 s V= l /Δt V 1i = l /t 1i Ex. 0.01/0.1498= 0.0668m/s P 1i =m 1 v 1 13.45N= (201.4)*(0.0668m/s) P i = m 1 v 1i + m 2 v 2i Ex. 13.45-14.82 = -1.37N P f = m 1 v 1f + m 2 v 2f Ex. -6.89 + 5.59= -1.30N

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