Lab Report 7

Lab Report 7 - EXPERIMENT ES1 ES2 INTRODUCTION TO...

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EXPERIMENT ES1 / ES2 INTRODUCTION TO ELECTROSTATICS VI - 1 -0.368 -0.172 0.533 -0.323 -0.139 0.570 -0.230 -0.112 0.513 VI - 2 0.343 4.288 0.192 2.400 0.133 1.663 0.102 1.275 0.080 0.320 3.299 0.190 1.959 0.136 1.402 0.108 1.113 0.097 0.358 4.649 0.189 2.455 0.119 1.545 0.105 1.364 0.077 We first grounded the ice pail, the proof pane and the white charge producer. Then we  rubbed the proof pane against the white charge producer and touched the proof pane  against the bottom of the ice pail. Next we took out the proof pane, ground the ice pail  and the touched the proof pane on the ice pail for the second time. We recorded the  readings of the electrometer both times. I included the data obtained in the table below. I also calculated " p " the fracton of the  charge which was transfered. V 1  ( V ) V 2  (V) p = 1 - V 2 /V 1 In the next experiment, we first grounded all the equipment again, and the rubbed the  proof plane with the blue charge producer. We then inserted the proof place 1/4  distance into the ice pail and recorder the elecreometer reading. We repeated this by  inserting the proof pane 1/2, 3/4 and the whole distace into the pail, takinbg the  electrometer reaing each time. Finally we touched the proof plane against the ice pail  and took the reading.  I included the data obtained in the table below. I also calculated the fraction of the 
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This lab report was uploaded on 04/08/2008 for the course PHY 158 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at SUNY Buffalo.

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Lab Report 7 - EXPERIMENT ES1 ES2 INTRODUCTION TO...

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