The objective of this experiment was to verify that the magnitude of the electric force
between two point charges is inversely proportional to the square of the distance between the
charges, but is directly proportional to the product of the t
Our object is to confirm Ohms law by analyzing the dependence of the electrical current
as a function of voltage and as a function of resistance. Also, we studied the current flow and
voltage in series and parallel. Finally, the lab determined t
This experiment in the laboratory was done to study the relationship between electrical
energy and heat energy to verify the principle of conservation of energy for the electrical energy
being converted to thermal energy. To determine the conver
We have completed this laboratory activity to become familiar with the Wheatstone
bridge method of measuring resistance, to determine resistivity of metal conductors and to study
the phenomenon that the resistance of wire varies directly with it
To study a source of the electromotive force (emf) by using the potentiometer method and
to distinguish between the emf and terminal voltage of the source of the emf.
When a current I exists in the battery, there is a potential drop, equa
In the essay "Superman and Me", the author, Sherman Alexie, details how he learned to
read despite having very limited resources on the Native American reservation where he grew
up. Alexie starts his story by introducing how he learned how to read using a
This activity in the laboratory was done to study the dependence of capacitance of a
parallel-plate capacitor on the separation distance between the plates. To determine the
capacitance of series and parallel combinations of capacitors and to co
To observe trajectories of the motion of an electron beam under the action of electric and
magnetic fields and to measure the ratio of charge to mass for the electron.
Electrons from the hot filament are accelerated by the potential diffe
The purpose of this laboratory experiment is to verify the Kirchhoffs law by comparing
between currents obtained from a real circuit and those predicted by the Kirchhoffs laws.
Junction rule: The algebraic sum of the currents into any jun
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College Physics I PHY1610
Mid-term Study Guide
Instructor: Dr. Long
Show all your work!
1. A champagne cork shoots straight up out of its bottle at 8.85 m/s. Find
the time it takes from its release to its return. (4pts)
Many phenomena have been observed involving light that can be explained by
both particle and wave descriptions. When a plane coherent monochromatic beam of light
from a laser hits a single slit of various widths and double slits of various widths a
Experiment 17: Ray Tracing with Lenses and
To observe and study the behavior or rays of light passing through lenses and reflected by
a concave mirror.
Formation of images by lenses is governed by equation 1 :
Experiment 20: Ohms Law
(1) To verify Ohms Law.
(2) To study resistors connected in series and in parallel.
DC Power Supply, a sample with 3 resistors; an ammeter; a voltmeter; wires
A) Ohms Law. When current I flows
Experiment 7: Uniform Circular Motion
(1) to study uniform circular motion
(2) to study centripetal force
centripetal force apparatus, a timer, a ruler, slotted weights, equal-arm balance
Fig. 1. Centripetal Force Apparatus:
SamplecalculationforpartsIandIIfor f br and f gr :
( 25.212.0 )12. 0
ALL IN SERIES
ALL IN PARALLEL
SERIES & PARALLEL
Question 1: Explain, whether a line of best fit should, or should not, pass through
the origin of the graph (V vs. I).
Experiment 32: Capacitors
The purpose of this experiment is to:
(1) review the concepts of capacitors
(2) review capacitors in series and parallel
(3) verify the concepts of series and parallel capacitor DC circuits
Part I and Part II.
Experiment 18C: Thin Lenses
To measure the focal lengths of thin lenses, and to construct and test a compound lens.
(a) optical bench with a mounted lamp and screen
(b) a set of two lenses, one brown and one green, two len
To observe and study the behavior or rays of light passing through lenses and
reflected by a concave mirror.
*see attached paper for data from lab*
Exercise 1. What is your measured fC?
fC= 11.2 cm
Exercise 2. What is your measured f
To study reflection and refraction of light at plane and curved surfaces, as
well as the phenomenon of dispersion.
* see attached papers that has the numbers recorded from lab *
Part I: Reflection:
Table No.#1 Reflection
Friction is the force that resists the relative motion of one surface in contact
with another. There are two types of friction: static and kinetic. Usually, the kinetic
frictional force is less than the maximum value of the static frictional forc
To understand what are vectors, their components, their addition and subtraction
through a force-table and its weight. In addition, to study the equilibrium of coplanar
forces intersecting at a point by the using the force table and using differe