Lab Report 2: Acceleration Due to Gravity
Mohammed Hassan
PHYS 1107
University of Houston- Downtown
February 6, 2017
Introduction
The purpose of this lab is to determine the acceleration due to gravity on earth. A free fall
experiment will be done using a
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Chapter 7. Integrals and
Transendental Functions
7.1 The Logarithrn Dened as an Integral
In this section, we introduce the natural logarithm func
tion using denite integrals. However, to justify using the
logarithm terminology we must show tha
z
8.2 Integration by Parts
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Chapter 8. Techniques of Integration
8.2 Integration by Parts
Product Rule in Integral Form
lff and g are differentiable functions of 3:, the Product Rule says
that d
a? it: MW] : f($)9($)+f(m)9(v)
Integrating both sides Wit
Lab 6:
The Behavior of Resistors, Capacitors, and Inductors in Alternating Current Circuits
Jason Onwenu
PHYS 2102
Dr. Larry Sterna
October 4, 2016
Introduction
The purpose of this lab was to record and observe how resistors, capacitors, and inductors
rea
Lab 10:
Image Formation with a Convex Lens and a Concave Mirror
Jason Onwenu
PHYS 2102
Dr. Larry Sterna
November 8, 2016
Introduction
In this lab, image formation by converging lenses and mirrors were studied and observed.
In Experiments 1 and 2, lens and
Lab 9:
Microwave Polarization
Jason Onwenu
PHYS 2102
Dr. Larry Sterna
November 1, 2016
Introduction
In this lab, microwaves are used to study a property of electromagnetic waves called
polarization. Specifically, the effects of a microwave polarizer in ad
Lab 3:
Confirming the Validity of Kirchhoffs Rules
Jason Onwenu
PHYS 2102
Dr. Larry Sterna
September 13, 2016
Introduction
The purpose of this lab was to confirm the validity of Kirchhoffs Rule by setting up a
series of circuits that conform to and demons
Lab 8:
Oscilloscopes and the AC Circuit
Jason Onwenu
PHYS 2102
Dr. Larry Sterna
October 25, 2016
Introduction
The purpose of this lab was to learn how to use an oscilloscope to study alternating currents by
measuring how voltage varies as a function of ti
Lab 7:
Examining the Behavior of Series RLC Circuits
Jason Onwenu
PHYS 2102
Dr. Larry Sterna
October 11, 2016
Introduction
The purpose of this lab was to study the behavior of a series RLC circuit as a function of
frequency. The resonance frequency at whi
Lab 5:
The Magnetic Fields of a Bar Magnet, Solenoid Coil, and the Earth
Jason Onwenu
PHYS 2102
Dr. Larry Sterna
September 27, 2016
Introduction
The purpose of this lab was to use a compass to map the magnetic field around magnets
(Experiment 1), that aro
Lab 4:
RC Circuits, Capacitors, and the Time Constant
Jason Onwenu
PHYS 2102
Dr. Larry Sterna
September 20, 2016
Introduction
The purpose of this lab was to examine time-dependent electrical behavior via the
charging of capacitors in an RC (resistor-capac
Lab 2:
Mapping Equipotential and Electric Field Lines
Jason Onwenu
PHYS 2102
Dr. Larry Sterna
September 6, 2016
Introduction
The purpose of this lab was to measure the voltage on different points of a grid imprinted with a
conducting, silver-lined pattern
Lab 1:
Examining Ohms Law and Resistance in Series and Parallel Resistor Circuits
Jason Onwenu
PHYS 2102
Dr. Larry Sterna
August 30, 2016
2
Introduction
The purpose of this lab was to confirm the existence of a relationship where electric current (I) is
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The I(lxB) Force
and the
Ampere Unit
w/ the Current Balance
Equipment Needed
Calipers, Digital
Mass Set, Fractional
Coulomb Balance, SgtW.
Meter stick
Set up with current rods
Jack, Table
Laser, HeNe
Leads, Banana Jack
Level, Bullseye
(or 6in tor
Faradays Law with Photogate
Fig. 1 & 2. Basic set up
Equipment
Decade Box Resistor
LaptopPC+ACadapter
LabQuestdatalogger+cabling
LCRmeter+leads
Photogate
Digital Scale
DifferentialAmperageprobe
Three finger clamp x2
Right angle clamps x2
Ringstand
Lab ta
Mass Balances on CO2 Absorption/Stripping Process
Module 1: Material Balances on Absorption/Stripping Process
Module Author: Nick Schroeder & Jason M. Keith
Author Affiliation: Michigan Technological University
Course: Material and Energy Balances
Concept
Telescope and Microscope EX-9988
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LabReport:TheTelescope and the Microscope
Name: Sample Data
DATA TABLE PROCEDURE A: The Astronomical Telescope: Looking at a Far Away Object
Summary of Positions:
From lens 1 to image 1.
di1
From object 2 to le
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Finding e/m
Equipment Needed
Digital Multi-Meter, DMM
Power Supply, Elenco
Lead, Banana/Banana (6)
Power Supply, Pasco Model SF-9585A
Pasco e/m Apparatus
Typical Setup
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Motion of a Charged Particle in a Magnetic Field
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EX-9957B: Faradays Law of Induction
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Faradays Law of Induction
Equipment Required
Part Number
Xplorer GLX
Voltage Sensor
AC/DC Electronics Lab
Bar Magnet
No-Bounce Pad
PS-2002
Included with GLX
EM-8656
EM-8620
SE-7347
Purpose
A voltage is induc
0
LI
Magnetic field of a straight wire B =
4 x x 2 + ( L / 2 )2
0 2 I
Magnetic field of a long straight wire B
, for x < L
4 x
0 2 R 2 I
Magnetic field of a current loop Bz = 4 2
2 3/2
(R + z )
The Lorentz Force
Can combine electric and magnetic forces:
Review
r
r
r r
F = qE + qv B
Force on long, straight wire: =
0 2 R 2 NI
N turn coil of wire Bz =
4 ( R 2 + z 2 )3/2
Long, Straight thin wire
Torque on a magnetic
dipole moment
=
2
4
Potential energy for a
magnetic dipole moment
r r
Um = B
The Magn
Amperes Law: An Infinite Sheet
r r
B dl = 0 I inside _ path
What directions is on path?
Number of wires inside: (N/L)
r r
What is B dl on sides?
+ = ()
Each wire has
=
2
Uniform: Does not depend on
distance from sheet. Opposite
directions above and b
Phys 317L
General Physics II
Spring 2016
Section unique 55745
Lectures MWF 2:00-3:00 pm in PAI 4.42
Instructor John Yeazell, Office: RLM 14.210
email: [email protected] Please include PHY317L on the subject line.
Office hours: M 9-10AM; F 10-11AM
Magnetism
Magnetic Field
A compass needle turns and points in a particular direction
there is something which causes it to move
Magnetic field (B): whatever it is that is detected by a compass
Biot-Savart Law for a Single Charge
r
1 q
Electric field of a
Magnetism
Magnetic Field
A compass needle turns and points in a particular direction
there is something which causes it to move
Magnetic field (B): whatever it is that is detected by a compass
The Magnetic Effects of Currents
Make electric circuit:
What i
A Moving Charge in a Magnetic Field
Experiences a Magnetic Force
r
r r
Fmagnetic = qv B
Uniform, external B field
Electron charge =
The magnetic force on a moving electron is in the opposite
direction to the direction
The Biot-Savart Law for Currents
r