1302_LabManual_sp13 - TABLE OF CON TEN TS Introduction 5...

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TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction 5 Laboratory 1: Electric Fields and Forces 9 Simulation Problem #1: Electric Field Vectors 11 Problem #2: Electric Field from a Dipole 15 Problem #3: Gravitational Force on the Electron 19 Problem #4: Deflection of an Electron Beam by an Electric Field 23 Problem #5: Deflection of an Electron Beam and Velocity 27 Check Your Understanding 31 Laboratory 1 Cover Sheet 33 Laboratory 2: Electric Fields and Electric Potentials 35 Simulation Problem #1: The Electric Field from Multiple Point Charges 37 Simulation Problem #2: The Electric Field from a Line of Charge 41 Simulation Problem #3: Electric Potential from Multiple Point Charges 45 Simulation Problem #4: Electric Potential from a Line of Charge 49 Check Your Understanding 53 Laboratory 2 Cover Sheet 55 Laboratory 3: Electric Energy and Capacitors 57 Problem #1: Electrical and Mechanical Energy 59 Exploratory Problem #2: Simple Circuits with Capacitors 63 Exploratory Problem #3: Capacitance 67 Problem #4: Circuits with Two Capacitors 71 Check Your Understanding 75 Laboratory 3 Cover Sheet 77 Laboratory 4: Electric Circuits 79 Exploratory Problem #1: Simple circuits 81 Exploratory Problem #2: More Complex Circuits 85 Exploratory Problem #3: Short Circuits 89 Problem #4: Charging a Capacitor (Part A) 93 Problem #5: Circuits with Two Capacitors 97 Problem #6: Charging a Capacitor (Part B) 101 Problem #7: Charging a Capacitor (Part C) 105 Problem #8: Resistors and Light Bulbs 109 Problem #9: Quantitative Circuit Analysis (Part A) 113 Problem #10: Quantitative Circuit Analysis (Part B) 117 Problem #11: Qualitative Circuit Analysis 121 Check Your Understanding 125 Laboratory 4 Cover Sheet 127 1
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TABLE OF CONTENTS Laboratory 5: Magnetic Fields and Forces 129 Problem #1: Permanent Magnets 131 Problem #2: Current Carrying Wire 135 Problem #3: Measuring the Magnetic Field of Permanent Magnets 139 Problem #4: Measuring the Magnetic Field of One Coil 143 Problem #5: Determining the Magnetic Field of a Coil 149 Problem #6: Measuring the Magnetic Field of Two Parallel Coils 153 Problem #7: Magnets and Moving Charge 157 Problem #8: Magnetic Force on a Moving Charge 161 Check Your Understanding 165 Laboratory 5 Cover Sheet 167 Laboratory 6: Electricity from Magnetism 169 Exploratory Problem #1: Magnetic Induction 171 Problem #2: Magnetic Flux 173 Problem #3: The Sign of the Induced Potential Difference 177 Problem #4: The Magnitude of the Induced Potential Difference 181 Problem #5: The Generator 185 Problem #6: Time-Varying Magnetic Fields 189 Check Your Understanding 193 Laboratory 6 Cover Sheet 195 Appendix: Equipment 197 Appendix: Software 211 Appendix: Significant Figures 239 Appendix: Accuracy, Precision and Uncertainty – Error Analysis 243 Appendix: Review of Graphs 251 Appendix: Guide to Writing Lab Reports 259 Appendix: Sample Lab Report 265 2
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Acknowledgments Much of the work to develop this problem solving laboratory was supported by the University of Minnesota and the National Science Foundation. We would like to thank all the people who have contributed directly to the development of this laboratory manual: Yves Adjallah Heather Brown Jennifer Docktor Andy Ferstl
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