PHYS221L_Lab_Syllabus_spring2012

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Unformatted text preview: Lab Syllabus Purdue University - Physics 22100 Spring 2012 1 PHYSICS 22100 LAB SYLLABUS SPRING 2012 Faculty: Prof. Daniela Bortoletto – Room 372, [email protected] Prof. Thomas Moffett – Room 244, [email protected] Textbook: College Physics – Reasoning and Relationships, Volume Two , Nicholas Giordano, Brooks/Cole, Cengage Learning, 2009. Lab Coordinator: Dr. Andrzej ( Andrew ) Lewicki - Room 142, [email protected] Lab Manual: Physics 21900 & 22100 Laboratory Manual , 2011/2012, Andrzej ( Andrew ) Lewicki and Jennifer Jourdan, LAD Custom Publishing, 2011. Welcome to Physics 22100 laboratory. This semester, you will explore the fundamental concepts of electricity and magnetism by performing experiments, collecting data and analyzing your results. General description: Labs meet in Physics Building (PHYS) Room 150 . The Lab manual ( Physics 21900 & 22100 Laboratory Manual, 2011/2012, Andrzej ( Andrew ) Lewicki and Jennifer Jourdan, LAD Custom Publishing, 2011) is available from local bookstores. Do not buy any previous editions of the lab manual. Please note that both Physics 21900 and Physics 22100 courses use the same lab manual and have the same lab curriculum . Students who completed Physics 22100 lab during the last two years may claim the previous credit for the lab. The minimum requirement for the credit transfer is to have all experiments completed and have the number of points for the lab equal to at least 75% of the maximum. To transfer lab points from the previous semester, go to see the lab coordinator with your Purdue ID no later than at the end of the second week of classes. Lab reports are usually due at the beginning of the next experiment. For the exact dates, see the lab schedule at the end of this syllabus. Always bring a calculator with you to the lab. Do NOT bring drinks or food to the lab! The help center for Physics 22100 is located in Room 11A of the Physics Building. The help center schedule is available at the following address: Lab Syllabus Purdue University - Physics 22100 Spring 2012 2 http://www.physics.purdue.edu/class/services/HC219221.pdf Additional information about the course can be found on the WWW at: http://www.physics.purdue.edu/phys221/ Lab procedures: Before coming to lab, you must answer all prelaboratory questions scheduled for that week. These questions are closely related to the activities and measurements you will do in lab. The prelaboratory questions typically require 30 minutes of effort. The prelaboratory questions are your individual work, so everyone is expected to complete them. The prelaboratory questions must be answered on-line (except of make-ups) using the Computerized Homework in Physics ( CHIP ). CHIP is accessible to any computer running popular web browser software, e.g., Firefox, Safari or Internet Explorer....
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This note was uploaded on 02/21/2012 for the course PHY 221 taught by Professor Moffet,thomasj.–bortoletto,daniela during the Spring '12 term at Purdue.

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