II.
Introduction The objective of this lab will be to find out the electric fields between two charges. We
will achieve that by mapping equipotential lines (the lines connecting different points that are all at the same electric potential) with a galvanom
II. Objective:
The objective of this experiment is to determine experimentally the Electric Equivalent of heat
and compare it with the accepted value. At the same time the relationship of temperature and time for a
few values power supply must be studied.
II. Objective:
The objective of this experiment is in two parts. First being to measure and compare the physical
and electrical characteristics of a capacitor. Second to measure and compare capacitors connected in
either series or parallel branch circuit
Assemble the reflux condenser with septum and a clamped nitrogen inlet balloon. To a 100 mL round
bottomed flask equipped with a magnetic stir bar, add the aryl halide (1.00 g), the aryl boronic acid
(0.692 g), and n-propanol (10 mL). To the solution add
II. Objective
The objective of the lab is to utilize a sensitive voltmeter and an electrometer in order to
detect the presence of an electric charge, thus demonstrating Gauss Law. The charge will be
measured indirectly by the observing of the voltage prod
II. Objective
The objective of the lab is to experimentally determine the electrical equivalent of heat,
compare it with the theoretical value, and examine the relationship between temperature and time
for a few values power supply.
III. Theory and Method
Camille-Jem Peralta
Week 1.1 Questions
Questions:
a) What are the two properties that a vector must have?
A vector must have magnitude and direction.
b) Given a quantity that has the 2 properties above, is it necessarily a vector? Explain.
If the quantity
II. Objective
The objective of the lab is to measure and compare the physical and electrical
characteristics of a capacitor and capacitors when connected in series or parallel branch circuit
configuration.
III. Theory and Method of Investigation
Theory
Ac
Camille-Jem Peralta
Week 1.2 Questions
a) What are the Coordinate Variables for Cartesian Coordinates? Cylindrical Coordinates,?
Spherical coordinates
For Cartesian coordinates, it is (x, y, z). For cylindrical coordinates, it is (, , z).
For spherical co
X tra- Credit Each problem worth max of 10 points added to T2
Hand in at the start of Next Class
Two conducting spheres of radii "a1" and "a2" are separated by a distance "d" center to center. One sphere is
given a total charge Q and the other a total cha
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( r)
r2 9 R2
R
L
1
10 3
1
2
2
0 0 0
Q
Q
( r) r d d z d r
6.16
cylinder
( r) d V
TEST 2
A long, cylindrical non-conductor of radius R and length
L is placed with it long axis along the
Z-axis as shown The cylinder
Physics 201 Union County College
TEST 2
A long, cylindrical non-conductor of radius R and length
L is placed with it long axis along the
Z-axis as shown The cylinder has a total charge Q
distributed non-uniformly throughout its volume. The
charge density
Given 2 point charges and a field point (locations (x-y coordinates) are known) DO THE following:
q1 7nC
@
P1 ( 3 1 )m
q2 50nC
@
P2 ( 5 10 )m
Field point
@
Pfield_point ( 3 4 )m
a) Draw a picture
b) Show and calculate "r" = distance source to field point
Constant Charge density
Q= L .Q= A , Q= V
Non constant Charge density
dQ= dl. dQ= dA , dQ= dV
Given a constant LINEAR charge density = 0 :
1. Find the total "Q" placed on a straight rod of length "L"
2. Find the total "Q" placed on a straight rod bent in
Electric
Equivalent of
Heat
Composed by
Student: Rosemary Anibogwu
Instructor: Professor Meledina
Date: 8 March, 2017
Course: Physics 201 Lab
Objective:
The purpose of this lab experiment was to illustrate how the concept of heat energy relates to
electri
Parallel
Resistor
Networks
Composed by
Student: Rosemary Anibogwu
Instructor: Professor Meledina
Date: 29 March, 2017
Course: Physics 201 Lab
Objective:
The purpose of this lab experiment was to gage the effectiveness of the resistors that were
connected
Parallel
Resistor
Networks
Composed by
Student: Rosemary Anibogwu
Instructor: Professor Meledina
Date: 29 March, 2017
Course: Physics 201 Lab
Objective:
The purpose of this lab experiment was to gage the effectiveness of the resistors that were
connected
II. Introduction This lab objective is to show how the concept of heat energy relates to electrical energy. It furthers the understanding of calorimeter through measuring the electrical energy and calculating the Joule equivalent of electrical energy. Thi
Physics 201 084 NAME:_ Given a tablespoon ( 15 cm3) of water, find : What is the mass of one tablespoon of water is ( assume the density of water is 1000kg/m3 )
The density of water is water := 1000 kg m
3
30 degrees 60 degrees TEST 1
the mass of water in
Physics 201
TEST 1s
1) Given a tablespoon ( 15 cm3) of water, find : What is the mass of one tablespoon of water is (assume the density of water is 1000 kg/m3)
The density of water is 1000 kg m convert to cubic meters mwater Vwater 1.5
3 5 3
water
the mas
UNION COUNTY COLLEGE
A semicircular disc of radius R carries a charge Q distributed non-uniformly over its surface. It is centered at the origin of the x-y-z coordinate system shown in the picture. The disc lies in the yx plane The surface charge density
PHY 201 104
Test 2s
UNION COUNTY COLLEGE
A semicircular disc of radius R carries a charge Q distributed non-uniformly over its surface. It is centered at the origin of the x-y-z coordinate system shown in the picture. The disc lies in the yx plane The sur
PHYSICS 201
Union County College
Answer all questions place all work and answers In the figure below, R1 = 5 , R2= 10 R3 = 20and I2 =2 A, V2 =12V I1 + I2 + + + In the figure below, R1 = 10 k , R2= 2.0k , C1 =3.3 F , C2 =2.7 F and V =10V 5. Find the equiva
Parallel
Resistor
Networks
Composed by
Student: Rosemary Anibogwu
Instructor: Professor Meledina
Date: 29 March, 2017
Course: Physics 201 Lab
Objective:
The purpose of this lab experiment was to gage the effectiveness of the resistors that were
connected