Physics Lab 6 Collisions in One Dimension Joshua Budhu Lab Partner: Raymond Zhao Date Performed: 10/23/08 Date Due: 10/30/08
Objective: In this lab, our objective is to experiment and verify the conservation of energy and momentum laws using gliders to pr
Physics Lab 7 Joshua Budhu Lab Partner: Raymond Zhao Ballistic Pendulum Date Performed: 10/30/06 Date Due: 11/6/08
Objective: In this lab, we used a ballistic pendulum to measure the speed of a projectile fired using force from a spring. By using three di
Joshua Budhu Physics Lab Section 016 Partner: Raymond Zhao Expriment: Motion 2 Date Performed: 9/18/08 Date Due: 9/25/08
1) Objective: Our objective in this lab is to study the relationships between acceleration, velocity, position and time. By studying t
Physics Lab #5 Joshua Budhu Centripetal Force Partner: Raymond Zhao Lab Performed: 10/9/08 Date Due: 10/23/08
Objective: The objective in this experiment was to test the centrifugal force of an object, using observation and experiment to verify Newtons se
Physics Lab 1 Resonance Tube
Joshua Budhu Section: W 11-12:50 Lab Partner: Andrew Nouri Date Peformed: 2/4/09 Date Due: 2/11/09
1 Objective: In this lab, standing sound waves are studied in regards to differing boundary conditions. At one end of the tube
Physics Lab 11 Measurement of e/m Joshua Budhu Lab Partner: Andrew Nouri Date Performed: 4/29/09 Date Due: 5/6/09
1 Theory and Objective Our theory in this lab is to determine, experimentally the e/m of an electron by observing the electric potential used
Physics Lab 5 Electric Field Mapping
Joshua Budhu Lab Partner: Andrew Nouri Date Performed: 3/11/09 Date Due: 3/25/09
1 Theory and Objective An electric field exerts a force on electrically charged objects. The potential difference b a Va Vb = Vab = E dl
Physics Lab 9 Work-Energy Joshua Budhu Lab Partner: Raymond Zhao Date Performed: 11/13/08 Date Due: 11/20/08
Objective: The purpose of the Work-Energy experiment is to investigate the validity of the workenergy relationship Description: A horizontal strin
Physics Lab 8 Conservation of Energy Joshua Budhu Lab Partner: Raymond Zhao Date Performed: 11/6/08 Date Due: 11/13/08
Objective: Our objective in this experiment is to test the law of conservation of energy. The total energy of a simple mechanical system
Physics Lab 8: Voltage, Current, and Resistance II Joshua Budhu Lab Partner: Andrew Nouri Date Performed: 4/8/09 Date Due: 4/15/09
Objective and Theory This lab is very similar to the previous lab, Voltage, Current and Resistance I, in that it builds upon
Physics Lab 5 Electric Field Mapping
Joshua Budhu Lab Partner: Andrew Nouri Date Performed: 3/11/09 Date Due: 3/25/09
1 Theory and Objective An electric field exerts a force on electrically charged objects. The potential difference b a Va Vb = Vab = E dl
Physics Lab 10 Rotational Motion Joshua Budhu Lab Partner: Raymond Zhao Date Performed: 11/20/08 Date Due: 12/4/08
Objective: Our objective in this lap is to investigate the relationships between torque, moment of inertia and angular acceleration for a ri
Joshua Budhu Partner: Raymond Zhao Physics Lab 4 Newtons 2nd Law Lab Performed: 10/2/08 Date Due: 10/9/08
Physics Lab 4 Objective: To verify and test the significance of Newtons second law, which can be summarized in the equation F = ma.
Description: The
Physics Lab 10 Electromagnetic Induction Joshua Budhu Lab Partner: Andrew Nouri Date Performed: 4/22/09 Date Due: 4/29/09
Theory and Objective The objective of this lab is learn how different objects (a permanent magnet, a moving coil with a constant curr
1500 Hz =32.4 cm 1 =66.8 cm =24.0 cm =65.4 cm 2 =35.8 cm =23.8 cm 3 =65.0 cm =34.8 cm =26.4 cm Avg = 65.7 cm Avg = 34.3 cm Avg = 24.7 cm v = 334 m/s v = 343 m/s v = 370.5 m/s
500 Hz
1000 Hz
Standard Deviation of v = 19.015
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Lab 2 Diffraction and Interference
Joshua Budhu Section: W 11-12:50 Lab Partner: Andrew Nouri Date Performed: 2/11/09 Date Due: 2/25/09
OBJECTIVE The purpose of this laboratory experiment is to observe the diffraction pattern of a single slit and the inte
Single Slit L = .91 m s a
in nm
Standard Deviation
.068 m 0.00002 m 2.14 746.8 nm
.029 m 0.00004 m 0.913 637.4 nm 63.04 nm
.014 m 0.00008 m 0.441 615.7 nm
.007 m 0.00016 m 0.220 614.4 nm
Double Slit L = 2.57 m slit width s'
.00004 m .007 m
.00004 m .004
Physics Lab # 3 Spectroscopy
Joshua Budhu Lab Partner: Andrew Nouri Date Performed: 2/25/09 Date Due: 3/4/09
1 Theory In this lab, we dealt with spectroscopy, which pertains to the dispersion of an object's light into its component colors. The wavelengths
Physics Lab 4 The Human Eye
Joshua Budhu Lab Partner: Andrew Nouri Date Performed: 3/4/09 Date Due: 3/11/09
1 Objective In this lab we are simulating the effects of the human eye using the human eye model we will be experimenting with different lenses and
Physics Lab 6 Oscilloscope
Joshua Budhu Lab Partner: Andrew Nouri Date Performed: 3/25/09 Date Due: 4/1/09
Theory and Formula In this lab we will be using oscilloscopes, which are the standard instruments in examining time dependent voltages. An oscillosc
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