Physics 262
E P & CS Division
MC  Rockville Campus
Fall 2016
Dr. Hollis Williams
phone: (240) 5674129
Email: [email protected]
Lecture, Discussion, and Lab Schedule
Lecture
1:00  1:50 pm M, W, F
Discussion
2:00  2:50 pm M
Laborato
Physics 212
Lecture 3
Today's Concepts:
Electric Flux and Field Lines
Gausss Law
Physics 212 Lecture 3, Slide 1
Music
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Professor Longhair
Henry Butler
David Egan
Dr. John
Allen Toussaint
WHY?
Mardi Gras is 4 weeks from tod
Physics 262
Chapter 14
Fall 2016
Note: To receive full credit on the problems, you must show ALL work (including
initial concepts/equations without numbers), include units in the answer, and it
must be neatly written. This applies to ALL submitted work.
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Physics 262
Problems on Harmonic Oscillators
1.
A particle moves as a function of time given by x = 3.0 cos(2.0t) where distance is
measured in meters and time in seconds. (a) What is the amplitude of this simple
harmonic motion? The frequency? The angula
Physics 262
Chapter 14
Fall 2016
Note: To receive full credit on the problems, you must show ALL work (including
initial concepts/equations without numbers), include units in the answer, and it
must be neatly written. This applies to ALL submitted work.
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Physics 262
Fall 2016
Chapter 21
1.
Discussion Question 2113 from Young and Freedman.
2.
Four point charges, q, are fixed to the four corners of a square that is 12.6 cm on a side. An
electron is suspended above a point at which its weight is balanced by
PHYS 262
Straight Line Fits Using 2
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I.
EQUIPMENT LIST
II.
PC with Excel
BACKGROUND INFORMATION
In this exercise, you will investigate the procedure for finding the bestfit straight line to
data that have measur
Physics 262
Chapter 21
1.
How far apart must two electrons be placed on the Earth's surface for there to be an electrostatic
force between them equal to the weight of one of the electrons? cfw_5.08 m
2.
Two initially uncharged identical metal spheres, 1 a
PH 262
Hookes Law: Functions and Graphs
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Lab Partner(s) Name _
I.
EQUIPMENT LIST
II.
Tall Lab Stand
Pendulum Clamp
15 Spring
Hooked Masses
CClamp
Spring Scale (in Newtons)
Cardboard Dampener
Wooden block with hook
BACKGROUND INFORMAT
Physics 262
Chapter 14
Fall 2016
Note: To receive full credit on the problems, you must show ALL work (including
initial concepts/equations without numbers), include units in the answer, and it
must be neatly written. This applies to ALL submitted work.
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LAB 7: Introduction to Oscilloscope
Objectives:
This lab introduces the oscilloscope. We will learn how to use the 2channel oscilloscope.
Equipments:
For this lab, we basically need an oscilloscope, a resistor, a capacitor, a battery, a wave generator.
P
Introduction
The purpose of this lab was to measure the current, voltage, and resistance of a circuit,
then determine the direction of the current flow and calculate the power produced by each
battery and the power dissipated by the resistors. In addition
Introduction
The purpose of this lab was to familiarize ourselves to AC, RC and RL circuit.
Procedure

Oscilloscope
AC Function generator
Resistors
Capacitor
Inductor
First, The function generator, the resistor, the oscilloscope, and the capacitor are
co
Objective:
The purpose for this lab is to understand how electric and magnetic fields impact an electron
beam, and to experimentally determine the electron chargetomass ratio.
Equipment:
1. e/m Apparatus
2. Power supplies for apparatus
3. Ruler
Procedur
Statistics
Objective:
To use statistical analysis to predict the range of new or future measurement
Equipments:
Page of Phone book directory
Calculator
Procedure:
Take a phone book page. For every phone number in the page add the last four digits. Find th
Single and Double Slits
Objective:
To observe the behavior of the diffraction pattern from a single slit width, measure the distance
between bright spots to calculate the distance between the double slit and do diffraction grating.
Equipment:
Single and d
Diffraction and Interference
Objective:
To observe the behavior of the diffraction pattern from a single slit width, and also measure the
distance between bright spots to calculate the distance between the double slit.
Equipment:
Single and double slits
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Curved Surface Mirrors, Lenses, and Optical Instruments
Objective:
During this weeks lab we had done two labs. Part one of this lab consisted us to study the
images formed when the image was placed in front of a converging mirror and a converging lens. Th
Reflection and Refraction of Light
Objective:
There were 3 parts to this experiment hence there are 3 objectives and also to perove the
law refraction which is the 4th.
1. Determine the validity of the Law of Reflection using the light ray model.
2. Deter
Resonance in Air Columns
Objective:
Use the standing wave condition to set up resonance for sound waves in a tube. Then determine
the speed of sound using the data for resonance Vwave. Compare result with prediction of accepted model
theory.
Equipment:
1.
Standing Waves on a String
Objective:
The objective of this lab is to determine the Vwave on a string that is attached to a vibrator that
creates the waves, also to find the wave length of the wave using the equation given.
Equipment:
1.
2. Weight set
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1.
12 m length of telephone wire has a mass of 24 kg. The wire is clamped tightly at both ends and stretched with
a te~sion of 1000 N. It is set into resonant vibration by t