Experiment #21: Specific Heat of a Material
Objective: To calculate the specific heat of Aluminum
Heat is the energy associated with the thermally excited motion of atoms. When heat
energy is added to a substance at con
There are various causes to population nowadays with the extensive uses of cars and
factory productions, pollution is around everywhere. Around my neighborhood I have a
few factories located, one well known factory is the Steinway & Sons, a piano company.
Abstract: Contrary to the popular presupposition that every system and action thereof is
controlled by neural activity, there are two systems that independently function without
this neural connection: the reflex arc and cardiac palpitation. Using caecili
Experiment #13: Buoyant Force, Determination of Water
Objective: The purpose of this lab was the volume, buoyant force and density of the objective
placed within the water.
The buoyant force upward on a submerged
Experiment #12: Index of Refraction
Objective: To determine the index of refraction
The index of refraction lab consists of a series of transparent objects (glass and Lucite
squares, rectangles and triangles) made of an
Experiment #16: Thin Lenses
Objective: To determine the focal length of the three different lenses
Light refracts when passing through media with different indices of refraction. This
property can be utilized to bend ligh
Experimet#17: Youngs double slit experiment
Objective: Find the distance between the slits
In 1801, Young devised and performed an experiment to measure the wavelength of light.
As discussed in the previous part of this
Objective: To find the e/m ratio of an election
J. J. Thomson, using a device similar to a cathode ray tube discovered the electron and
measured the ratio of its electric charge (e) to its mass (m). Thomson's experiment was
concerned with observin
Use of Bradys Test, Chromic Acid Test (Jones Test), Tollens Test and Schiffs Test to classify
Acetone, Cyclohexanone, Benzaldehyde, Cyclohexane and an Unknown
The carbonyl functional group consists of a carbon double bonded to an oxygen atom.