2025 Lab 11
Part I
Diffraction- Knife-Edge, Single Slit And Double Slit
Objectives
I will demonstrate diffraction of a light beam by showing how light can bend around a corner. I
will demonstrate the change in diffraction pattern when a second knife-edge
Phys 2025 Lab 13
OBJECTIVES
I will develop a model for the distance-dependence of gamma radiation emitted from a point
source. I will use a counter to measure radiation emitted by a gamma source as a function of
distance. I will analyze count rate data in
Phys 2025 Lab 12
OBJECTIVES
I will observe the change in light intensity of light passing through crossed polarizing filters. I
will measure the transmission of light through two polarizing filters as a function of the angle
between their axes and compare
Phys 2025
Lab 14
OBJECTIVES
I will create a model for the absorption of radiation by matter. I will use a radiation counter to
study how the radiation emitted by a beta source is absorbed by cardboard. I will test the model
against experimental data to de
2025 Lab 10
OBJECTIVES
I will be able to calculate the focal length for the converging and diverging lenses. I will be able
to apply the lens equations to calculate object (P) and image (q) positions, as well as object(S)
and image (sizes).
MATERIALS
Two
Phys 2025 Lab 8
AC Circuits
Objective:
I will understand the behavior of resistors, capacitors, and inductors in AC Circuits. I will
understand the physical basis of frequency-dependent impedance. I will observe and understand
the phase differences betwee
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2025 Lab 7
INDUCTION
Objective
We will use a Current and Voltage Probe to examine LR DC when a switch completing the
circuit as always closed and when the switch is opened and closed. We will also determine the
effect of an indictor in a cir
Objective:
I will learn how to study current flow in series and parallel circuits, how to study voltages in
series and parallel circuits, and also how to use Ohms law to calculate equivalent resistance of
series and parallel circuits.
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Physics 2025 Lab 5
Objective:
I will learn how to determine the mathematical relationship between current, potential
difference, and resistance in a simple circuit. I will learn how to compare the potential
vs.
current behavior of a resistor to that of a
2025 Lab 3
Objective:
Measure an experimental time constant of a resistor-capacitor circuit.
Compare the time constant to the value predicted from the component values of the
resistance and capacitance.
Measure the potential across a capacitor as a functi
Objective:
In this lab I will learn the difference between gravitation and electrical forces. Learn how
conservative forces such as gravity near the surface of the earth perform work. In the electrical
portion, I will learn what electrical potential is an
PHYS 2025
OBJECTIVE:
I will learn some of the basic properties of particles which carry electric charges such as
plastic, glass, and metals, with different kinds of sheets: fur, polyester, leather. I will
Understand how Coulombs law describes the forces b
Phys 2025 Lab 6
OBJECTIVES
I will learn how to use a Magnetic Field Sensor to measure the field of a small magnet. I
will understand how to compare the distance dependence of the magnetic field to the
magnetic dipole model. I will be able to measure the m
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