WATCH SQUARES! x = x2 x1 t = t2 t1 average velocity = x / t average acceleration = v / t Motion at Constant Acceleration v = vo +at x = xo + vot + 1/2at2 v2 = vo2 + 2a(x xo) average velocity = (v + vo) / 2 Falling Body a=g vo = 0 vf = 2gy t = 2y/g
Shreyas Kunjir_Post Lab 7&8_11/27/16
Script 1a, 10,000 steps:
s = randi ([0,1],1e4,1); Generate an array of random numbers that are either 0
s1=(s*-2)+ 1; Multiplies s values 0 or 1 by -2 and adds 1
s2=cumsum (s1); Cumulative sum of values gen
Shreyas Kunjir Postlab 9.
No questions to answer.
A. The chloroplast in the Elodea cell was tested for speed. The time used in this case was 5
seconds. The stimulus used in this case was an external light source of 10 lumens held at 45degree
Steps A and B were followed for all the wells.
C. The cure is what was expected. The curve is similar to a normal distribution curve but with a plateau
towards the top of the curve. This is as expected because the line was dragged across an entire circle,
Physics Postlab 3
September 25, 2016
Results and Discussion Part I
A.) The average speed of the falling coffee filter
Figure 1: Terminal velocity of Falling
A (top left) illustrates a single coffee filter falling to the ground roughly 1.1 meters. The effect of increased mass relative
to constant volume and air resistan
A. The objective of this lab is to use blue dye and agar gel to monitor the laws of diffusion. This will
be done by monitoring and measuring the progress of the blue dye throughout the plate.
B. The author used a gram-negative strain of bacteria.
Shreyas Kunjir 11/27/16
A. The objective of this experiment is to cut a thin slice of opinion piece and prepare it
appropriately to be placed on the microscope slide. Once this is accomplished, we can
explore different layers within the cells by
Shreyas Kunjir 9/25/16
A. The objective of this lab is to learn about some essential features of the random motion and
explore the dependence of random motion on particular experimental parameters at a
microscopic scale. The random motion of the particle
PRINCIPLE O F OPERA TI O N A N D BEATS
A. INTR O D U C TI O N
The purpose of this experiment is to make you familiar with the principle and operation of the oscilloscope. This instrument is found in most science laboratories where
THIN LAYER CHROMATOGRAPHY OF ANALGESICS
Introduction: Over-the-counter analgesics typically contain one or more of the following active ingredients: acetaminophen, aspirin, caffeine, ibuprofen, phenacetin, or salicylamide. Thin layer chromatography (
Quiz 4 Solutions 1. For a closed pipe successive harmonics differ by 2f1 as only odd harmonics appear. So 2f1 = 630 450 = 180 giving f1 = 90 Hz. 2. For a closed pipe, L = n/4 (n odd) so = 4L/n = v/fn. This gives for n = 1 f1 = v/4L and substituting
QUIZ 1 Solutions 1. For a charged conducting sphere, from the surface of the sphere r = R0 to , the potential is that of a point charge Q, V = kQ/r. So given V at the surface, Q = R0V/k giving Q = 0.25 x 540/9 x 109 = 15 x 10-9 C. Then the surface ch
PART 2 OF LAB 8 Action Add S1 ONPG to enzyme combined S1 and enzyme and Add S2 ONPG to enzyme combined S2 and enzyme and Add S3 ONPG to enzyme combined S3 and enzyme and Add S4 ONPG to enzyme combined S4 and enzyme and Add S5 ONPG to enzyme combined
CON V ER G IN G A N D DIVER G I N G L EN S E S, LOUPE, A N D TELESC O PE
A. INTR O D U C TI O N :
By geometrical optics we mean primarily ray-tracing.
That is, we try to
understand how systems of lenses and mirrors will be
THE FUNCTION O F CA PA C I T O R S IN ELEC TR IC CIRCU IT S , PU L S ER .
A. INTR O D U C TI O N :
The purpose of this experiment is to learn about the function of capacitors in electric circuits. The capacitor, next to the resistor