Name: Annie Lee
Lab Partners Names: Austin Bone, Aaron Cardinale
Summary
The purpose of the lab was to demonstrate the gravitational influence of Earth on
objects near its surface with a greater level accuracy by using the Video Physics
App in comparison
Chapter 15: Electric Forces and Electric Fields
To Learn in this Chapter:
Effect of charging by friction (electric forces)
Coulombs Law: fundamental law of force between two stationary charged particles
Electric Field
Effects of charged particles
Van
Name: Annie Lee
Lab Partners Names: Aaron, Austin
Due: 9/18/2014, Thursday
Phys 1401: Lab Report
The Acceleration Due to Gravity
Summary
The purpose of the lab was to demonstrate the acceleration that Earths
gravity imposes on an object. We compared our r
Name: Annie Lee
Lab Partners Names: Austin Bone, Aaron Cardinale, and Jake Truss
Summary
The purpose of this lab was to demonstrate the correlation between the landing positions
from an object in projectile motion as it relates to velocity, the different
Name: Annie Lee
Group 2
Physics 2
Summary
The purpose of this lab was to observe the effect that increasing separations of
distance of parallel plates had on the capacitance and to sum them to determine
a total capacitance. To do this, we determined the a
Name: Annie Lee
Lab Partners Names: Austin Bone, Austin Cardinale, Kaitlinn Smith, Cesar Campos
Conservation of Energy: Work Energy Theorem
Summary
The purpose of this lab was to learn about the conservation of energy and the WorkEnergy Theorem. More spec
Name: Annie Lee
Lab Partner Names: Austin Bone, Austin Cardinale, and Jake Truss
Conservation of Momentum: 1 Dimensional Collisions
Summary
The purpose of this lab was to demonstrate the law of conservation of momentum
for an elastic case where momentum a
Annie Lee
Physics 2
Group 2: Jace Regenbrecht, Kaitlinn Smith
Lab Report: Resistance and Ohms Law
Summary:
The purpose of this lab is to explore resistance and Ohms Law. For Part I, we measured
the operating values of the current, voltage and resistance f
01/26/2017
Introduction to Measurement
Introduction
This report discusses the experiments done to understand the basics of measurement,
using a meter scale (analog scale) and a digital mass scale. And to find the volume and density
using the measured valu
03/30/2017
Buoyancy
Introduction
Any object that is either partially or completely submerged in a fluid will always feel a
buoyant force acting on it. A buoyant force always acts in a direction opposite to that of gravity.
It can be calculated by using Ar
02/09/2017
Local Gravity
Introduction
In this experiment, a Motion Detector was used to measure the speed and
acceleration of a cart rolling down an incline. The purpose of this was to determine the
mathematical relationship between the angle of the incli
04/13/2017
Simple Harmonic Motion
Introduction
This experiment was conducted to investigate the effect of changing pendulum length on
the period, time for one complete cycle. The main purpose of this experiment was to determine
the spring constant, k usin
03/09/2017
The Ballistic Pendulum
Introduction
In this experiment, the launch speed of a steel ball was determined using the conservation
of energy and momentum. The purpose of this lab was to measure and compare the launch speed
of the steel ball with th
02/23/2017
Newtons Second Law
Introduction
This experiment was performed to test Newtons second law and how it relates to forces, mass
and acceleration. Newtons second law describes acceleration in terms of the mass of the system
and the net force. The la
02/02/2017
Graph Matching with One-Dimensional Motion
Introduction
This report discusses the experiment done to understand the concepts of linear motion in
one dimension using a motion detector. The purpose of this lab was to physically and graphically
an
03/23/2017
Energy in a Spring
Introduction
The purpose of this lab is to determine the spring constant and to analyze the
conservation of energy in a spring based system. The Total Energy, TE, of a system is defined as
the sum of the Kinetic Energy, KE, a
02/16/2017
Vectors and the Force Table
Introduction
The purpose of this experiment was to verify vector addition. According to Newtons
second law, an object that is not accelerating must have no net force, i.e. the sum of the vectors
of the forces on that
03/30/2017
Torque and Static Equilibrium
Introduction
Torque is a measure of how much a force acting on an object causes that object to
rotate. They are calculated by multiplying the force by the distance from the force to the point of
rotation. The equat
Formula Sheet for Final Exam, PHYSICS 1322, FALL 2015, PROF. J. MILLER
e = 1.6 x 10-19 C, 0 = 8.85 x 10-12 C2/(Nm2), 1/40 = 8.99 x 109 Nm2/C2, 0 = 4 x 10-7 Tm/A, c = 3.00 x
108 m/s, h = 6.626 x 10-34 Js = 4.136 x 10-15 eVs, = h/2
Conversion factor: 1 cal
Derivation of expressions for adiabatic process, Phys. 1322, Prof. J. Miller
Initial needed equations:
= + = 0,
(1)
where Eq. (1) holds only for an adiabatic process;
= ,
(2)
where Eq. (2) applies to any process involving an ideal gas, and
= .
(3)
Next
Solutions for Practice Exam 1. Chapters 19-22
PHYS 1302: Anthony Timmins
February 16, 2015
1. If the nucleus has a charge of +40, that means there are 40 protons, thus the total charge
of the nucleus QN = 40 1.6 1019 C = 6.4 1018 C. Coulombs law which sta
Practice Exam I: PHYS 1302
Practice Exam 1 - Dr Anthony Timmins
Name_
MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.
1) An atomic nucleus has a charge of +40e. An electron is 10-9 m from the nucleus.
Physics 1302: Formula Sheet Ch 19-22
kq1 q2
r2
F = q0 E
F =
Q
V
0 A
C=
d
C=
U = q0 V
V
E=
s
Charging a capacitor
Point charge
kq
kq
kq1 q2
E = 2 ,V =
,U =
r
r
r
= EAcos()
qenclosed
=
0
Q
t
V = IR
I=
q(t) = C(1 et/ )
I(t) = (et/ )
R
= RC
F = qvBsin()
F =
Solutions for Practice Exam 3. Chapters 30-32, 16-18
PHYS 1302: Anthony Timmins
February 16, 2015
1. The maximum kinetic energy an electron can have is Kmax = E W , where E is the
energy of the photon (hf ) and W is the work function. We need to change th
Solutions for Practice Exam 2. Chapters 23,25,26,28
PHYS 1302: Anthony Timmins
February 16, 2015
1. The magnetic flux = BAcos() where B is the magnitude of the field, A is the area
the field passes through and is the angle the field makes to the normal of
Equilibrium of a Rigid Body
Elvira Crystal Arellano
Vincent Poon
Myua Truong
CRN 15287
Physics 1401
MW 8 - 11 am
November 9, 2016
Objective
The purpose of this experiment is to study the conditions that must be satisfied for a rigid object
to be in total
Work & Energy
Myua Truong
CRN 15287
Physics 1401
MW 8 11 am
September 28, 2016
Objective
Work and Energy are interrelated concepts. Both are measured in the SI Unit of Jules.
When work is done on a system the energy of that system increases, and when ener
Lab #2
Equipotential and Electric field lines
Gerardo Garcia
9/7/15
Dr. Pinelis
Physics 2102
Abstract
In this experiment, we will be mapping out and visualizing the electric fields of two different
charge configurations. This was set up by connecting a ba