Schedule for Physics 102
Sun
8/25/13
Mon
CH 1
Tues
9/1/13
Labor Day
Group Work #1
9/8/13
CH 3 (1
3)
9/15/13
CH 4
9/22/13
Group Work #3
9/29/13
CH 6
HW #2 Due
Group Work #2
HW #3 Due
CH 4
HW #4 Due
Exam 1
PHYSICS 102
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September 27, 2013
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Exam 3
PHYSICS 102001
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November 25, 2013
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Range vs. Height
Pedro Espino
Physics 181 Section 013
15 September 2016
Abstract:
In this experiment, we measured the horizontal distance, or range, that a ball travels when
launched from different heights. This experiment was conducted by dropping a ball
Physics 102
Problem Set 2, One Dimensional Kinematics
Problem 1. If the average velocity of an object is zero in some time interval, what can you say
about its displacement in that interval? What about its distance travelled? Explain your answers.
You kno
PHYSICS 102  Fall 2013  Sections 1,2 & 3
COURSE INSTRUCTORS:
Lead Instructor
Brian LeRoy, email: [email protected]; oce: PAS 547; phone: 6264726
Oce hours in PAS 170C on Tuesday and Thursday from 10:3011:30
Assistant Instructors
Rebekah Cross,
Physics 102
Problem Set 7, Circular Motion
Problem 1. A washing machine turns on and starts from rest. The spin cycle starts and the
machine steadily gains angular speed for t1 = 8 s at which point it is turning at = 5 rev/s. The
lid is then opened which
Prof. Kovach
April 3, 2017
German 375: Second Paper Assignment
The paper will be due in class on Thursday, April 20. You may
write on any of the following topics, or you may choose a topic of
your own based on the work of the writers, artists, and thinker
Laboratory 4A: Recrystallization
1. Show the steps for the recrystallization for a compound with an insoluble impurity.
The recrystallization process for a compound with an insoluble impurity consists of a few distinct
steps. Understanding that only speci
Prof. Thomas Kovach
February 1, 2017
German 375: Paper Assignments
The assignment is to write an essay of 5 pages (roughly 250 words/page)
based on one of the following topics, or on a topic of your own choosing that
you have cleared with me in advance. I
8/26/17
NROS 307
Aug. 28, 2017
What is/are the functions of membranes?
Basics of Membranes
Functions of Membranes
Properties of Phospholipids
Membrane Fluidity
Membrane Asymmetry
Membrane Proteins
1
2
3
4
Figure 111 Molecular Biology of the Cell ( Garla
Model 1: Iphone 6s Plus
Measurements:
Data:
Height (cm)
Width (cm)
Length (cm)
.75 cm
16 cm
8 cm
Mass (g)
192 g
Volume (cm^3)
96 cm^3
Density(g/cm^3)
2 g/cm^3
Absolute Error
0.11
Percent error
5.21
percent difference
5.35
Known accepted value (g/cm^3)
2.1
Nicole Ellsworth
Phy111
May 15th 2017
Purpose:
The objective of this lab was to construct a model that will preform mathematical
calculations such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Then after
finding a model you would calculate the a
Circular Motion
Tim Nguyen
Lab Partner: Robert Finn
T.A.: Michael Schott
Physics 181 Sec 10
10/26/16
Due W:2:00Pm
Abstract:
In motion that is not linear, or otherwise angular. Tension can be derived into an
equation with terms of radius, mass and angular
Abstract:
For part 1 of the lab, a cart was rolled down a rollercoaster from rest. The
rollercoaster consisted of a steep descent and a loop at the end of the descent as
shown in the illustration for part 1 in the lab manual. Eight photogates set up at
di
Newtons Second Law
Lab Report
Timmy Nguyen
Lab Partner: Robert Finn
Physics 181: W 2:004:50
TA: Michael Schott
Abstract:
In this experiment we used Newtons Second Law to calculate acceleration. This
was done with controlled amount of weights and distance
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Archimedes Principle
If you have ever held a helium filled balloon or tried to submerge a ball in water, you will have
experienced Archimedes principle. It states that a fluid exerts an upward buoyant force on an object
equal to the weight of the displace
Standing Waves
A standing wave forms from the interference of many traveling waves. In the case of a string
clamped at the ends, there are only certain wavelengths that are allowed for standing waves. This is
because the ends are fixed and therefore these
Sample Calculations
Part 1:
p=(pf1+pf2 ) p1i
pi= m1v1i
pf= m1v1f
P=momentum=mv
ke= KEfKEi
k= mv2
KEinitial= 1/2m1v1i2
KEfinal= m1v1f2 + m2v2f2
Part 2:
Same formulas from part 1 were utilized to do calculations in part 2 as
well.
Part 3: Same formulas fro
Brian Nguyen
lab partner: Jacob
ta: Kai Chen
181 section 17
date submitted :11/27/2016
Abstract:
This experiment we measured the average range of small silver ball that lands on
carbon paper, which leaves a mark on the giant white paper. We do this 18 tim
Brian Nguyen
Ochem lab report
TLC analysis of analgesic drugs report
Objective:
The Objective in this lab is to determine what the overcounter painkillers composition by
using the Tlc plates.
Physical Constants:
Structure
MW
(g/mol)
46.07
MP/Bp
(Celsius)
Exam 2
Firstname
PHYSICS 102
March 23, 2016
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Nicole Ellsworth
Phy111
May 8th 2017
Comparing positions and velocities of the different planets
Purpose:
The objective of this lab was to find and understand the time, distance, and average
velocity of the planets, Earth, the Moon, and Mars. We were supp
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