New Conceptual Questions for Final Exam
Why do we call the temperature 0 K absolute zero? How is 0 K
fundamentally different from 0C or 0F?
What happens to a hole in a flat metal plate when the plate expands on
being heated? Does the hole get l
I. Use (formula or value will be given)
A. Relationships between frequency, period and angular velocity.
B. Values of g (close to Earths surface) and G
C. Magnitude of weight (gravitational force)
D. Equations for magnitudes of kinetic and maximum static
Solutions for drawing standing waves
General principal: each time, after the fundamental, fit in another half-wavelength.
Shown one per page so that you can look at them one by one, without seeing them all.
Fixed-fixed string or openopen air column
Lab 1: Pipetting Lab
Abstract: For this experiment, my group members and I learned how to employ
various types of pipettes. We also learned how accurate each of the 3 pipettes
we used were. First, we measured the mass of 1.0 ml of water using a 5ml, 10
SPA 1010 Composition Grading Rubric Fall 2010
Student presented a
variety of welldeveloped and
supported ideas that
were relevant to the
purpose, and target
Dehydration of an alcohol
Preparation of methylcyclohexenes
Purpose: The purpose of this experiment was to carry out the dehydration
of an alcohol and isolate the product by distillation. We also did the gas
chromatography. The purpose of the gas chromato
You are walking to class with a backpack full of books. As you walk at
a constant speed on flat ground, does the force that your back exerts
on the backpack do any work? If so, is it positive or negative? What if
you are walking down some steps at
Is the vibration of a string in a piano, guitar, or violin a sound wave?
The wavelength of the fundamental standing wave on a cello string
depends on which of these quantities: length of the string, mass per unit
length of the string,
Course modules CHM 2280 Winter 2015
Associated text book material is taken from D.C. Harris, Quantitative
Chemical Analysis, 8 th Edition
Module 1 Introduction to measurement science
Scientific units, scientific notation, preparation of solutions,
What is the distinction between a vector and a scalar quantity? Give two
examples of each.
If an object is traveling at a constant velocity, is it necessarily traveling in a
straight line? Explain.
Explain how to add two displacement vectors of magnitudes
Topics for Hour Exam 2 on 10/20, may be changed up until the time
of the Review Session on 10/17. Changes made on 10/10 and 10/12,
[For topics with a trailing question mark (?), if we do not get to these,
they will not be on Exam 2.]
Apply these m