Lab#16 - Prof Adams Kellogg Physics II Lab Section B Joel...

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Prof Adams Joel Kellogg Physics II Lab Section B June 4, 2009 Lab # 16 The Cathode-Ray Oscillascope David S.
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Goals: The goals of this lab were to learn how to use and understand a cathode-ray tube, and to learn the basics to an oscilloscope. Procedure: The procedure can be found on pages 11-21 of the physics II lab manual.
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Data:
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Analysis: Explanation of Uncertainties: The uncertainty was given for the # Div as 0.1, thus this number did not need to be calculated. The uncertainty for the volts was calculated by multiplying the uncertainty from the #Div by the Volts/Div, this came out to be 0.005. The uncertainty for the f gen was determined from the cathode ray tube, the lowest level of measurement was 1. Sample Calcualtions: Low-High Method: Uncertainty: Percent Difference: Agreement:
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Results and tables:
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Conclusion: Summary of Results: It was learned that the oscilloscope can be used to determine many aspects of different waves, such as #Div and F Gen . It was proven that the use of the oscilloscope and the cathode ray tube can
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