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# MP11 - VI 1 For parts 1,2 of Procedure you measured the...

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VI – 1. For parts 1,2 of Procedure, you measured the phase differ between the current and voltage across L,C. Report sketches of measured signals and your calculated phase differences. Are these as expected? (The manual says it should be 90 degrees) R-C: f: 1000Hz R: 6000Ω C:0.002μF Report the sketches of measured signals and your calculated phase differences. Phase Diff=(l/L) X 360 =(1.5/6.2) X 360 = 87.1 degree R-L: F:1000Hz R: 6000Ω Phase Diff=(l/L) X 360=(1.4/6.2) X 360 = 81.3 degree Yes, graphs are expected features as in manual 90 degree though it does not have exactly same value of degree. VI – 2. Analyze the data from V – 3. For each capacitor arrangement with the air-core inductor that you used (e.g. V – 3, V – 4, V – 5 as appropriate) you should plot the current as a function of frequency. From each resonant frequency you should obtain a calculated value of the inductance and an estimate of the uncertainty in that inductance value. Explicitly state and explain your estimates for uncertainty in all terms (e.g. fR , C etc.) in the equation for L. R-L-C R inductor = 80.75 kΩ (measure for 10k turn!) R: 600Ω C: 0.004uF V_R f(Hz) 0.225 1004 0.258 1037 0.332 1083

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0.396 1121 0.5 1157 0.687 1197 1.096 1231 1.616 1278 1.526 1318 1.049 1353 1.4081 1263 1.73 1296 1.708 1302 1.609 1312 0.675 1397 0.485 1441 0.378 1481 0.303 1522 0.255 1566 0.215 1600 0.185 1638 0.163 1674 0.192 964 0.167 925 Slope-> -5.41611E-05 0.78524 <- y-intercept Uncertainty in Slope -> 0.000576391 0.758056 <- Uncertainty in y-intercept
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