Lab Report 4: Friction Physics 1408-Section B TA: Steve Huang Elizabeth Hahm, partner: Mimi Kang Performed: September 20, 2010
Abstract: Two experiments were performed in order to measure the coefficient of static (us) and kinetic friction (uk) between a
CHAPTER 27 INTERFERENCE AND
THE WAVE NATURE OF LIGHT
REASONING AND SOLUTION A radio station broadcasts simultaneously from two transmitting antennas at two different locations. The radio that receives the broadcast could
Cardiovascular System/ Electrocardiogram Lab
The purpose of this lab is to examine the blood flow to the heart by observing the heart's
different valve functions using an electrocardiogram. The purpose of this lab is to also assess t
The Human Kidney Lab
The purpose the lab is to understand osmoregulation of the kidney by studying the effects of
ingesting different beverages.
In this experiment, it is expected that traces of different substance will b
CHAPTER 18 ELECTRIC FORCES AND
REASONING AND SOLUTION In Figure 18.8, the grounding wire is removed first, followed by the rod, and the sphere is left with a positive charge. If the rod were removed first,
REASONING AND SOLUTION If the coil and the magnet in Figure 22.1a were each moving with the same velocity relative to the earth, there would be no relative motion between the magnet a
Chapter 23 Problems
CHAPTER 23 ALTERNATING
_ 1. SSM REASONING AND SOLUTION The rms voltage can be calculated using V = IXC, where the capacitive reactance XC can be found using
XC 1 1 54 3 2 f C 2 (3.4 10 Hz)(0.
CHAPTER 24 ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVES
REASONING AND SOLUTION a. The intensity of a wave refers to the power P carried by the wave that passes perpendicularly through a surface in the path of the wave, divided by the area A of t
25 THE REFLECTION OF
SSM REASONING AND SOLUTION A sign painted on a store window is reversed when viewed from inside the store. A person inside the store views the sign in a plane mirror. As discus
CHAPTER 26 THE REFRACTION OF
LIGHT: LENSES AND OPTICAL INSTRUMENTS
REASONING AND SOLUTION Since the index of refraction of water is greater than that of air, the ray in Figure 26.1a is bent toward the normal at the angle
The body parts that have the smallest receptor fields are the tips of each finger, as well as the upper lip,
lower lip, and tongue. Small receptor fields are important with regards to the precision with which the
location of a stimulus is perceived. The b
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The purpose of this Ohms Law experiment was to apply and verify our understanding of
Ohms Law that states that potential difference is equal to the current value multiplied by the
value of resistivity (V=IR). Using measurements and other physical
1. In our lab we observed that the lines of force and equipotential lines are perpendicular to each
other. With these lines forming ninety-degree angles, we know that there is not work to be done
to move a charged particle along its equipotential surface.