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Measurements and
Determination of Density
Lab 2
Bruce Wheatle
July 11, 2012
Objective:
The purpose of this experiment is to determine the relationship between inches and centimeters
as well as cubic inches and cubic cen
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The Atwoods Machine
Lab 12
Bruce Wheatle
Summer 2012
Objective:
An Atwood's machine is used to accomplish the following objectives: to measure the
acceleration of the system of two masses and demonstrate that it is dire
Verification of Work-Energy Theorem
Lab 6
Physics 1441
Section D771
Date 10-22-15
Nazmul Hasan
Partner
Ryan Redhead
Kumar
Objectives
This laboratory activity has two objectives: determination of the coefficient of kinetic friction and verification of the
Conservation of Liner Momentum
Lab 8
Physics 1441
Section D771
Date 11-05-15
Nazmul Hasan
Partner
Ryan Redhead
Kumar
Objectives
In this laboratory activity we will study elastic and inelastic collisions in one dimension and verify the principles of
conser
Hooks Law and Spring Constant
Lab 7
Physics 1441
Section D771
Date 10-29-15
Nazmul Hasan
Partner
Ryan Redhead
Kumar
Objectives
To determine the spring constant of a spiral spring by Hookes law and by its period of oscillatory motion in response to a
weigh
Lab Report
Addition Vectors
Proffer: Roman Kenzerashvili
Student: Xiao.Lin
Section: D-797
Partner: Manjit.Singh
David.Diaz
Date: 02/23/16
Objective: In this lab, we use 3 different type theorems to determine the result and
equilibrant. Find the relationsh
Lab Report
Instantaneous Velocity &Linear Uniform
Accelerated Motion
Proffer: Roman Kenzerashvili
Student: Xiao.Lin
Section: D-797
Partner: Manjit.Singh
David.Diaz
Date: 02/16/16
Objective: The first part of the lab is to find the average velocity. The se
Objectives
To perform an experimental test of the principle of conservation of mechanical energy for a
freely falling object in the gravitational field of the Earth.
Equipment
Free fall apparatus
Two photogate accessories
2m meter stick
Set of 4 cylinders
Objectives
Prove that the displacement of a freely falling body from the rest is proportional to the square of
the falling time and that the acceleration due to gravity does not depend on the mass of a falling
object.
Equipment
Free fall adapter with rele
Objectives
In this laboratory we study the graphical, analytical, and experimental methods of vector
addition. Using a force table, we measure and experimentally verify the results of the graphical
and analytical methods of addition of force vectors. We a
Objectives
This laboratory activity has two objectives determination of the coefficient of kinetic friction and
verification of the Work-Energy Theorem.
Equipment
Wooden block
Triple beam balance
Ruler
Wooden inclined plane
Science Workshop Interface box
Objectives
This laboratory activity has two objectives: determination of the coefficient of kinetic friction
and verification of the Work-Energy theorem.
Equipment
Wooden block
Triple beam balance
Ruler
Wooden inclined plane
Science Workshop Interface box
Objectives
In this laboratory activity you verify the principles of conservation of linear momentum and
mechanical energy determine the loss in kinetic energy in the collision of the ball with the
pendulum.
Equipment
Ballistic pendulum apparatus
Two proje
Objectives
In this laboratory activity you determine the moment of inertia of a solid cylinder and a solid
sphere. Measure the period of oscillation of a torsion pendulum and determine the moment of
inertia of an irregular object and the torsion constant
Objectives
An experimental verification of Newtons second Law of motion and demonstration that the
acceleration of the system is proportional to the magnitude of the net force and inversely
proportional to the mass of the system.
Equipment
Air track with
Objectives
In this laboratory activity you investigate the properties of a simple pendulum and make an
experimental determination of the acceleration due to gravity.
Equipment
Two pendulums of different masses
Triple beam balance
Photogate accessory
Meter
Verification of Law of
Conservation of Mechanical Energy
Lab 5
Physics 1441
Section D771
Date 10-15-15
Nazmul Hasan
Partner
Ryan Redhead
Kumar
Objective
In this laboratory activity we will determine the kinetic and gravitational potential energy of an obj
Addition of Vectors
Lab 3
Physics 1441
Section D771
Date 10-01-15
Nazmul Hasan
Partner
Ryan Redhead
Kumar
Objectives
The objective of this experiment to study the methods of vector addition using a force table and compare the results to
that obtained by a
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Boyles Law
Lab 25
Bruce Wheatle
Summer 2012
Objective:
To demonstrate that the pressure of a fixed mass of air is inversely proportional to its volume
when the temperature of the air is kept constant.
Theoretical Backgr
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Hooks Law and Spring
Constant
Lab 10
Bruce Wheatle
Summer 2012
Objective:
Learning the meaning of Hookes law and determine the spring constant using the static and
dynamic method.
Theoretical Background:
Springs are fami
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Rotational Equilibrium
and Center of Gravity
Lab 19
Bruce Wheatle
Objective:
To study the conditions under which an object is in rotational equilibrium, and to use the Second
Condition for Equilibrium to find an unknown
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Accelerated Motion Due to
Gravity
Lab 6
Bruce Wheatle
Objective:
In this experiment we will determine that the displacement of a free falling body from the rest is
directly related to the square of the falling time and t
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Conservation of
Mechanical Energy
Lab 13
Bruce Wheatle
Summer 2012
Objective:
To test the principle of conservation of mechanical energy for freely falling object in the
gravitational field of the earth.
Theoretical Back
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Projectile Motion
Lab 7
Lab Instructor: Todd Gelbord
Shandel Jessamy
October 26, 2011
Objective:
We will explore the basic concepts of projectile motion by justifying the independence of
horizontal and vertical direction
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Ballistic Pendulum
Lab 18
Bruce Wheatle
Summer 2012
Objective:
Learning the principles of conservation of linear momentum and mechanical energy and
determine the loss in kinetic energy in the collision of the ball with
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Linear Uniform
Accelerated Motion
Lab 5
Lab Instructor: Todd Gelbord
Shandel Jessamy
October 12, 2011
Objective:
We will learn the relationship between position, velocity and acceleration for a motion with
constant acce
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The Simple Pendulum
Lab 22
Bruce Wheatley
July 16, 2012
Objective:
During this experiment we will explore the properties of a simple pendulum and determine the
acceleration of it with the involvement of gravity.
Theoret
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Measurement of Specific
Heat of Metals
Lab 27
Bruce Wheatle
Summer 2012
Objective:
We will understand the calorimetry measurement and determine the specific heat of metals by
me method of calorimetry.
Theoretical Backgr