Title: Experimental investigations of Ohm,s law and their applications For this experiment, marks will be distributed as follows
20% in Viva + 80% in Report = 100%
For viva, we will ask you to make connection of digital multimeter in a circuit and show ho
LAB 5 Thermal Physics
1. Thermal Expansion A. Copper (for example) Initial Temperature, [please get the reading in Multi-meter and use calibration factor to convert it into Initial Length, Final Temperature, [similar like above] Elongation, Use the formul
Experiment-4 I. I.I Objective: (write at home) Experimental measurement of the shear modulus. Theory: (write at home) Please follow the labmanual to understand:
Shear modulus, ; (1)
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(1) Do you know the direction of the force applied? (2) Do you kno
Exp- Charge-Mass ratio:
Objective: (A) To find the charge mass ratio for an electron; (B) observation of the electromagnetic induction in a solenoid. Please follow the lab manual and try to understand every step.
A. Charge/Mass ratio for electrons: We kno
Objective: To study charging and discharging of (I) a single capacitor manually, (II)
two capacitors in series using a computer, and (III) a single capacitor using oscilloscope.
Step # 1 to 4 in Lab manual at pages 85 to 86.
Key is in discharging position
CHAPTER 28 ELECTRIC CIRCUITS
ActivPhysics can help with these problems: Section 12, DC Circuits Section 28-1: Problem
1. Sketch a circuit diagram for a circuit that includes a resistor R1 connected to the positive terminal of a battery, a pair of parallel
Phys 205
Chapter 7 Solutions (Part 1)
7.20 Two objects of mass m and 3m undergo a completely inelastic collision in one dimension. If the two objects are at rest after the collision, what was the ratio of their speeds before the collision? This is a compl
Phys 205
Chapter 5 Solutions
5.3 The Earth has a radius of 6.4 106 m ad completes one revolution about its axis in 24 h. (a) Find the speed of a point on the equator. (b) Find the speed of New York City. This is a kinematics of uniform circular motion pro
HW6 Solutions Notice numbers may change randomly in your assignments and you may have to recalculate solutions for your specific case. Tipler 22.P.053
The figure below shows a portion of an infinitely long, concentric cable in cross section. The inner con
Phys 205
Chapter 8 Solutions (Part 2)
8.44 Which has a larger moment of inertia, a disc of mass 20 kg or a hoop of mass 15 kg with the same radius? This is a moment of inertia problem. Given: Masses: Radii: md = 20 kg, mh = 15 kg rd = rh = R
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