Carleton University
Laboratory Report
PHYS1008 Experiment #4
Diffraction Grating and Emission Spectra
Purpose
The purpose of this lab is to illustrate how an unknown element can be identified through
Carleton University
Laboratory Report
PHYS1008 Experiment #5
Ray Optics
Purpose
Theory
Equation 1: Snells Law
n1Sin(1 ) = n2Sin( 2 )
This is a formula used to describe the refraction of light travelin
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Problem Set 1
Section 36.2 Galilean Relativity
1. At t=1.0s, a firecracker explodes at x=10m in reference frame S. Four seconds later, a second firecracker explodes
at x=20m. Reference fra
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WAVE FUNCTIONS AND UNCERTAINTY
Problem Set 5
Section 39.1, 39.2: Waves, Particles; Connecting the Wave and Photon Views
1. An experiment finds electrons to be uniformly distributed over the interva
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RELATIVITY
Problem Set 2
Section 36.8 The Lorentz Transformations
1. The star Delta goes supernova. One year later and 2.0ly away, as measured by astronomers in the galaxy, star
Epsilon
ONE-DIMENSIONAL QUANTUM MECHANICS
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Problem Set 6
Sections 40.340.4 A Particle in a Rigid Box
1. Model an atom as an electron in a rigid box of length 0.100nm, roughly twice the Bohr radius.
a. What
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QUANTIZATION
Problem Set 4
Section 38.1, 38.2 The Photoelectric Effect
1. The maximum kinetic energy of photoelectrons is 2.8eV. When the wavelength of the light is increased
by 50%, the maximum en
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RELATIVITY
Problem Set 1
Section 36.2 Galilean Relativity
1. At t=1.0s, a firecracker explodes at x=10m in reference frame S. Four seconds later, a second firecracker explodes
at x=20m.
THE FOUNDATIONS OF MODERN PHYSICS
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Problem Set 3
Section 37.4 The Discovery of the Electron
1. An electron in a cathode-ray beam passes between 2.5-cm-long parallel-plate electrodes that are 5.0mm a
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ATOMIC PHYSICS
Problem Set 7
Sections 41.141.2 The Hydrogen Atom
1. A hydrogen atom has l=2. What are the (a) minimum (as a multiple of h) and (b) maximum values of
the quantity (Lx2+ Ly2)1/2?
2. F
C. Uncertainty, Experimental Errors, Error Propagation and Significant Figures
PHYS1007 Fall 2017
C. Uncertainty, Experimental Errors, Error
Propagation and Significant Figures
When making a measureme
PHYS 1007 2017F
Tutorial #5
All sections
1. A fluid is flowing in the pipe shown below. The width and height of the pipe, which
are the same at both the ends, are w = 5.0 cm and h = 12 cm, respectivel
PHYS 1007 2017F
Tutorial #3
All sections
1. A washing machine is made of a vertical cylinder of radius 0.28 m that spins about
its axis. A pair of pants of mass 0.55 kg is placed in the machine agains
PHYS 1007 2017F
Tutorial #4
All sections
1. (a) Calculate the rotational inertia, I, for a bolt made of stainless steel (density
= 7800 kg/m3 ), which consists of a solid cylinder 6.5 cm long and dia
PHYS 1007 2017F
Tutorial #2
All sections
1. A ball is thrown off a building with an initial velocity of 5.40 m/s at an angle of
15.0 above the horizontal. If the building is 11.0 m tall, (a) how much
Errors and Significant Figures
For a complete guideline, refer to
General Information > C. Measurements and Experimental Errors
on CuLearn.
PHYS 1007
Fall 2017
Errors = Uncertainty
Error represents t
PHYS1007 Fall 2017
1. Reaction Time Experiment
This experiment is designed to introduce you to some elementary aspects of experimental sciences. You
will perform an experiment, measure and record data
Purpose
Through this lab, the investigations performed are done in order to determine the
reaction times of individuals auditory and visual abilities. Through these results,
participants will evaluate
Purpose
In the Atwoods Machine lab experiment, we are able to obtain a graph for by using the
Atwood Machine, we can actually measure the time the objects starts falling and measure the
amount of time
Carleton University
Laboratory Report
Course: PHYS-1007
Experiment: #4
Attwoods Machine
Hailey Adams
Student Number: 101035463
Date Performed: November 7th, 2017
Date Submitted: November 21st, 2017
La
ONE-DIMENSIONAL QUANTUM MECHANICS
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Problem Set 6
Sections 40.340.4 A Particle in a Rigid Box
1. Model an atom as an electron in a rigid box of length 0.100nm, roughly twice the Bohr radius.
a. What
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ATOMIC PHYSICS
Problem Set 7
Sections 41.141.2 The Hydrogen Atom
1. A hydrogen atom has l=2. What are the (a) minimum (as a multiple of h) and (b) maximum values of
the quantity (Lx2+ Ly2)1/2?
l =
THE FOUNDATIONS OF MODERN PHYSICS
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Problem Set 3
Section 37.4 The Discovery of the Electron
1. An electron in a cathode-ray beam passes between 2.5-cm-long parallel-plate electrodes that are 5.0mm a
QUANTIZATION
38
Problem Set 4
Section 38.1, 38.2 The Photoelectric Effect
1. The maximum kinetic energy of photoelectrons is 2.8eV. When the wavelength of the light is increased
by 50%, the maximum en
WAVE FUNCTIONS AND UNCERTAINTY
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Problem Set 5
Section 39.1, 39.2: Waves, Particles; Connecting the Wave and Photon Views
1. An experiment finds electrons to be uniformly distributed over the interva
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RELATIVITY
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Problem Set 2
Section 36.8 The Lorentz Transformations
1. The star Delta goes supernova. One year later and 2.0ly away, as measured by astronomers in the galaxy, star
Epsilon
Purpose:
The purpose of this lab is to measure and calculate the electrical measurements such as the
resistance within a circuit and the resistivity of an object. Then both methods will be studied for
Purpose:
The purpose of this weeks experiment is to to measure the atomic spectrum of an
element in order to identify which element is emitting the light in the light bulb being examined.
The element
PURPOSE:
The goal of this lab
THEORY:
Average decimal degree = (R1 + R2 + R3)/ 3
Decimal degree = degrees + (minutes/60)
1
= L R
2
1
=
2
(
2
L
) + ( )
2
R
Radians x 180
( Maximum readingMinimum rea
Carleton University
Laboratory Report
Phys - 1007
Experiment #1
M EA S U R E M E N T O F D E N S I T Y
PURPOSE
We will use both the mass/volume relationship and Archimedes principle to determine the
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