Q1) A beam of electrons with of wavelength of 7.5 x 10-6 m is incident on a pair of narrow rectangular slits separated by
0.75 mm. The resulting interference pattern is projected onto a screen 10.0 m from the slits. What is the separation of
the interfere

Chloe Addison
Jiries Gharib
Atomic Spectra
INTRODUCTION
The main logic of this experiment is that when atoms gets excited, either by heat or an
electric current, they tend to give off light. After the excitement stage, the atom eventually fall
back to its

Atomic Spectra
INTRODUCTION
The main logic of this experiment is that when atoms gets excited, either by heat or an
electric current, they tend to give off light. After the excitement stage, the atom eventually fall
back to its ground state, releasing the

Experiment 7
RC CIRCUITS
INTRODUCTION
RC circuits are made up of resistors (R) and capacitors (C). Resistors can affect how hard
it is to push charge through the wire while capacitors are devices made up of two plates that can
be charged or discharged. As

INTRODUCTION
Newtons second law of motion, F = ma, corners around the idea that if some force F was
exerted on a constant mass M, then this object will have acceleration. The equation is valid when
F is constant and m is changing. Therefore, if m is a fix

Experiment 5
Monday 9th, 2016
Single Slit Diffraction
INTRODUCTION
Diffraction is a phenomenon which occurs when a light or a wave encounters an obstacle
or a slit in its path; the wave or light bends around the obstacle or slit showing the geometric
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