Young_Modulus_Lab - 0.063(iron stand to the weight 632...

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Equipment 1. Iron stand 2. Tripod 3. Helium-Neon (He-Ne) laser 4. Steel, aluminum, and cast iron wires 5. Vernier caliper, meter stick, etc. Data Object Mass (kg) y (m) L (m) m 0 0 0 0 m 1 1 0.0120 8.9893E-05 m 2 2 0.0210 0.00015731 3 m 3 3 0.0295 0.00022098 7 m 4 4 0.0385 0.00028840 7 m 5 5 0.0455 0.00034084 4 m 6 6 0.0535 0.00040077 3 m 7 7 0.0615 0.00046070 2 in meter (m) in millimeter (mm) a (mirror to back leg of the tripod)
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Unformatted text preview: 0.063 (iron stand to the weight) 632 b (mirror to screen) 4.205 A (cross-sectional area) 0.49889198 2 Slope (m) 6.42539E-05 Experimental Y 1.93E+ 11 Theoretical Y 2.00E+ 11 error 3% Analysis Conclusion In this experiment, we measured the Young’s modulus to be , which is 3% above the standard value....
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This note was uploaded on 07/21/2010 for the course PHYS 37 taught by Professor O'conner during the Winter '10 term at Pasadena City College.

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