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William Hampton
Partner: Travis Hampton
Date: 11/5/10
Photoelectric Effect
The objective of this experiment is to study the photoelectric effect, to
measure the kinetic energy of photoelectrons, and to determine the value of
Plancks constant from the da
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William Hampton
Partner: Travis Hampton
Date: 8/27/10
Electric Fields Laboratory Report
The objective of this laboratory experiment was to study electric fields and their
potential as it relates to electric field strength. The theory behind this experim
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Question 1
1 out of 1 points
You have just pulled your clothes from the dryer and find that a sock is clinging to your
jeans with static electricity. You pull the two apart. As the jeans and the sock move
apart, the force between them becomes w
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William Hampton
15 October 2010
Partner: Travis Hampton
Joule Equivalent of Electrical Energy Lab Report
The objectives of this experiment are to understand the equivalence of electrical
energy and heat energy and to measure the Joule equivalent of elec
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William Hampton
Partner: Travis Hampton
Date: 9/3/10
Ohms Law IElementary DC Circuits with Light Bulbs
The purpose of this experiment was to see the relationship between current,
resistance, power, and electric potential. The other aim was to learn abou
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William Hampton
Partner: Travis Hampton
Date: 9/10/10
Ohms Law IIResistors in Series and Parallel Laboratory Report
The purpose of this laboratory experiment was to understand Ohms law
and learn the relationships of resistors connected in series and par
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William Hampton
Date: 10/22/10
Partner:
Amperes Law Lab Report
The purpose of this lab report was to study and verify Amperes Law and to
measure the magnetic field strength as a function of the distance measured
perpendicularly from a long currentcarry
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William Hampton
24 September 2010
Partner: Travis Hampton
Resistance Versus Temperature
The objective of this experiment is to study the effect of temperature
on the resistance of different types of materials and to measure resistance as
a function of t
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William Hampton
Date: 9/17/10
Partner: Travis Hampton
Wheatstone Bridge Lab Report
The purpose of this experiment was to learn about the relationship between the
resistance of a material and its resistivity, length, and crosssectional area and then
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Question 1
1 out of 1 points
A proton is initially at rest at x = d and an electron is initially at rest at x = d. At the
same instant they are released. They subsequently
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collide close to x =
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