Objectives
1. Use lenses to see image formation quantitatively and qualitatively
2. Determine position of image analytically and with ray tracing
Procedure
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Place lens close to middle of track
Start object 50cm away from lens, project
Experiment 7 AC circuits
Objectives
1. Measure components of resistors, inductors, and capacitors of an AC circuit
2. Understand the dependence and relationship between AC impedance and frequency
3. Explore LCR circuit resonance phenomenon
Procedure
1. Se
Objectives
1. Test RC circuit to observe the discharge behavior
2. Use RC circuit with discharge characteristics to correlate all components
Procedures
1. Collect measurements of voltage, Vc, by recording its resistance R.
2. Hook up circuit consisting of
Lab 13: Radioactive Decay
Objectives
1. We use time to measure a radioactive samples relative activity
2. Learn functional form of radioactive decay process
3. Determine the half-life of an isotope species with a time dependency
Procedures
1. Use two cloc
LAB 11 Photoelectric Effect
Objectives
1. We will learn the photoelectric effect on lights with electrons on a metal surface
2. We will determine Plancks constant by understanding stopping potentials and
dependence on frequencies of incoming lights
Proced
Chapter 22 Electromagnetic Induction =a magnetic field (Bunits=Mag. field)produces an induced emf
-Faradays apparatus demonstrates magnetic field produces a current -change in field by top coil induces an emf= current in bottom coil
-switch on/ off (chang
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Ch 18
Coulombs Law
F = k(q1q2/r2)
=q1q2/40r2
F = force [N], q = charge[C], 0 =
permittivity of space, r = radius [m]
K(Coulombs constant) =1/40 about
9*109 [N*m2/C2]
0 = 8.8*10-12 [A2s4/kg*m2]
Qe = 1.6*10-19 C
Ep =
A square is 3.90 m on a sider and point A is the midpoint of one of the sides. On the side opposite this spot, two in-phase loudspeakers are located at adjacent corners,
as shown in the figure. Standing at point A, you hear a loud sound because constructi
A soap film (n = 1.33) is 372 nm thick and coats a ﬂat piece of glass (n = 1.52). Thus, air is on one side of the film and glass is on the other side, as the figure
illustrates. Sunlight, whose wavelengths (in vacuum) extend from 380 to 750 nm, travels th
Objectives
1. Measure currents, voltage drops and resistance values with a multimeter and simple
circuits.
2. Test Kirchhoffs law for simple DC circuits
3. Analyze DC circuits with the help of Kirchhoffs law
Procedure
Circuit 1 (loop rule verification)
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Objectives
1. Using electric fields/ currents and magnetic fields explore their connections
Procedure
A. Magnetic field about a current-carrying wire
1. Place a compass above, below, in front and behind the wire and note deflection of
needle
B. EMF induce
Objectives
1. Learn equipotential surfaces and field lines of electric field maps
2. Test limitations of theoretical models by assuming infinite charge distrubution
Procedures
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Set and turn on digital multi-meter to DC Voltage
Dupli
1. A 2.0 kg ball moving to the right at 15 mls overtakes and strikes a 6.0 kg ball which was movmgjgmg .
right at 10 11113. After the collision, the 6.0 kg ball is moving at 13 Wignd in Evan"ewng
is the 2.0 kg ball moving? (Assume straight-on collision) ?
A blimp is traveling north at 65.0 m/s. It is above the clouds so the pilot cannot see the ground. The wind
is blowing from the west at 25.0 m/s, altering the ight of the blimp - (pushing it eastward). Determine -
the blimp's net speed and show the direc
Two in-phase sources of waves are separated by a distance of 3.74 m. These sources produce identical waves that have a wavelength of 5.15 m. On the line between
them, there are two places at which the same type of interference occurs. (a) Is it constructi