EXERCISE OF EXPERIMENT 1 - DIFFERENCES. Theoretical and...

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EXERCISE OF EXPERIMENT 1: 1. PLOT A GRAPH OF VELOCITY 2 AGAINST APPLIED FORCE. COMPARE THE SLOPE OF THIS GRAPH WITH THE SLOPE CALCULATED FROM THEORITICAL S=ΡA(COSθ+1) COMPARISON OF SLOPE: DEFLECTOR TYPE THEORITICAL SLOPE EXPERIMENTAL SLOPE 180° 0.10012788 0.1005 120° 0.07509591 0.0754 90° 0.07509591 0.0754 30° 0.05006394 0.0503 2. COMMENT ON THE AGREEMENT BETWEEN YOUR THEORITICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL RESULTS AND GIVE REASONS FOR ANY
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Unformatted text preview: DIFFERENCES. Theoretical and experimental results are in great accordance. Minor differences are due to inappropriate fixing of deflector and human errors. 3. COMMENT ON THE SIGNIFICANCE OF ANY EXPERIMENTAL ERRORS. Experimental errors such as wrong fixing of deflector, sudden application of mass and wrong data collection can create contradiction between experimental and theoretical results....
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This note was uploaded on 03/30/2012 for the course CHEMICAL 205 taught by Professor Ammarali during the Spring '12 term at NED Univ. of Engineering & Tech..

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