McGee 1
Lab E9 AC Circuits: Reactance and Resonance Allison McGee Mr. Fedorchak Thursday 2:00- 4:50pm Partners: Stevie Whitehead
McGee 2 Abstract: The purpose of this lab was to study the behavior of inductors and capacitors in an AC circuit and de
Abstract: The purpose of this experiment is to determine the focal length of a lens and mirror using the thin lens equation. Our known values for the focal point of the lens is .05m and our experimental value for the lens is .0498m. Our percent diffe
McGee 1
Lab E4 Wheatstone Bridge-Temperature Dependence of Resistance Allison McGee Mr. Fedorchak Thursday 2:00- 4:50pm Partner: Stevie Whitehead
McGee 2 Abstract: The purpose of this lab was to determine the temperature coefficient of resistivity
PH222 Laboratory O4
Single and Double Slit Diffraction of Light Alyssa Woods _
Thursday _2:00-4:50_ Group Members: Ryan Mejia
Purpose: To determine the slit width for a single slit and the separation between the two slits for a double slit.
Introd
McGee 1
Lab E5 Charge and Discharge of a Capacitor Allison McGee Mr. Fedorchak Thursday 2:00- 4:50pm Partners: Stevie Whitehead Trey Smith
McGee 2
Abstract: The purpose of this lab was to measure the time constant of an RC circuit and find the cap
Purpose: The purpose of this experiment is to determine the decay constant and resulting half-life of the radioactive element 137m56Ba.
Introduction: In the last decade of the 19th century, it was discovered that certain materials spontaneously gave
McGee 1
Lab E6 Determination of "e/m" for the electron Allison McGee Mr. Fedorchak Thursday 2:00- 4:50pm Partners: Stevie Whitehead Trey Smith
McGee 2
Abstract: The purpose of this lab was to measure the ratio of an electron's charge to its mass u
McGee 1
Lab O4 Single and Double Slit Diffraction of Light Allison McGee Mr. Fedorchak Thursday 2:00- 4:50pm Partners: Stevie Whitehead Alyssa Woods
McGee 2
Purpose: To determine the slit width for a single slit and the separation between the two
McGee 1
Lab M10 Simple Harmonic Motion Allison McGee Dr. Kesling Tuesday 8:00am-10:50am Partner: Joshua Beach
McGee 2 Abstract: The purpose of this lab was to use the equations that describe the period of a simple pendulum to determine the local ac
McGee 1
Lab O3 Allison McGee Mr. Fedorchak Thursday 2:00- 4:50pm Partners: Stevie Whitehead
McGee 2 Abstract: The purpose of this experiment is to determine the focal length of a lens and mirror using the thin lens equation. The known value for the
Time vs. Voltage
25
y = 23.67e-0.00x R = 0.997 20
15 Voltage 10 5 0 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350
Time
Time vs -ln(V/Vmax)
2.5
2
y = 0.006x + 0.029 R = 0.997
1.5 -ln(V/Vmax 1 0.5 0 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350
Time
0 30 60 90 120 150 180 210
McGee 1
Lab N3 Allison McGee Mr. Fedorchak Thursday 2:00- 4:50pm Partners: Stevie Whitehead Alyssa Woods
McGee 2 Purpose: The purpose of this experiment is to determine the decay constant and resulting half-life of the radioactive element
137m 56Ba
Introduction: The wave nature of light was conclusively demonstrated by Thomas Young in the year 1801 when he was able to make white light diffract by passing a sunbeam through a pair of tiny slits. This phenomena, a consequence of the Superposition
McGee 1
Lab E8 Resistor Inductor Circuits Allison McGee Mr. Fedorchak Thursday 2:00- 4:50pm Partners: Stevie Whitehead Trey Smith
McGee 2
Abstract: The purpose of this experiment is to determine the focal length of a lens and mirror using the thin
AC Circuits Reactance and Resonance
Physics lab222
3/18/2013
- Abstract:
The purpose of this lab was to study the behavior of inductors and capacitors in an AC
circuit and determine the resonance frequency of an RLC circuit. The theoretical
resonance freq