Physics 331_ Computer simulations

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Physics 331, Fall 2011 Optics Laboratory Course Information Syllabus (PDF) Notebook and Report Writing (PDF) Lab Report Grading Standards (PDF) Overview of Experiments (PDF) Experiments Speed of Light Concave Diffraction Grating Fabry-Perot Interferometer Michelson Interferometer Fraunhofer and Fresnel Diffraction Reflection from an Air-Dielectric Interface Faraday Rotation Holography Physics 331 Home Programs for Simulation of Optical Phenomena These programs written by Prof. Warren Nagourney for Physics 331 will run on MacOSX (at least on 10.2.8 or 10.3.x) only . There are Apple Macs in Mary Gates and in OUGL for student use. After you log into a Mac there, go to the course website using either Mozilla or Safari. Clicking the program link should automagically put an archive file XXX.tar in the default download location (the desktop for the public computers) and unstuff it to a program labeled XXX. Click on the program and you're ready to go. When you log off the computer the files will be removed automatically for anyone else who uses that computer.
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