PHYSICS 185 Experiment #1: Vectors Equilibrium of a Particle
Lab Section: #11730 WTh: 3:00 6:10pm Lewis 206
Objective:
The objective of this lab was to determine the x and y components of a vector and to
find the equilibrant of two vectors via a resultant
Chapter 6
Gravitation
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6.1 i’ ewton’s Law of Universal Gravitation
Review my notes on Newtonis law of universal
gravitation from section 4.6.
6.6 The Gravitational Field g
A point particle of mass m generates in the region of
space around it a gravita
Chapter 4
Dynamics: Newton’s Laws of Motion
4.1 The Concept of a Force
A force is a push or a pull. It is that which causes an
object to accelerate. The unit of force in the metric system
is the Newton. Force is a vector quantity.
4.2 Newton’s First Law o
Chapter 8
Conservation of Energy
8.2 Gravitational Potential Energy
We will write the expression for the gravitational
potential energy Ug in either of two ways:
(A) Object of mass m that is near the Earth’s surface:
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An object of mass m at a height
Chapter 3 Part II
Kinematics in 2 or 3 Dimensions
3.6 Vector Kinematics
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The displacement vector ! r
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The displacement vector ! r of an object is defined as the
vector whose magnitude is the shortest distance between
the initial and final positions of t
Chapter 7
Work and Energy
7.2 The Scalar (Dot! Product of Two Vectors
One important thing to remember about the scalar (or
dot) product between two vectors is that you multiply two
vectors and the result is a scalar! There are two formulas
worth rememberi
Chapter 9
Linear Momentum
9.1 Linear Momentum
The linear momentum [‘5 of a particle of mass m moving
with velocity ﬂ is deﬁned as:
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{3 =mv
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Note that 13 is a vector that points in the same direction as
the velocity vector 17.
One can show that Newto
Chapter 11
Angular Momentum
11.2 and 11.3 Angular Momentum
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Linear momentum of a single particle: p = m v
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Linear momentum of a system of particles: P = M Vcm
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The angular momentum L of a particle with respect to the
origin is:
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L=r!p
Note tha
Chapter 5
Using Newtons Laws: Friction, Circular Motion,
Drag Forces
5.1 Forces of Friction
Here we are concerned with the frictional forces exerted
among two solid objects in contact.
Consider a block of mass m sliding with a speed v on a
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horizontal su
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Chapter 10
Rotational Motion
10.1 Angular Speed and Angular Acceleration
A rigid body moves in pure rotation if every point of the
body moves in a circular path. The center of these circles
must lie on a common straight line called the axis of
rotation.
Chem. 130 List of elements to memorize
Name
Symbol
Hydrogen
H
Helium
He
Lithium
Li
Beryllium
Be
Boron
B
Carbon
C
Nitrogen
N
Oxygen
O
Fluorine
F
Neon
Ne
Sodium
Na
Magnesium
Mg
Aluminum
Al
Silicon
Si
Phosphorus
P
Sulfur
S
Chlorine
Cl
Argon
Ar
Potassium
K
Ca
Chapter 3 Part I
Vectors
3.1 Vector and Scalars
A. A Scalar quantity is a physical quantity that has
magnitude only. Examples of scalar quantities include:
(a) mass m (in kilograms, kg)
(b) time t (in seconds, s or sec)
(c) temperature T (in Kelvin, K)
(d
Physics 3A
UC-Irvine
Arnold Guerra III
Extra Examples Chapter 1
1. Suppose your hair grows at a rate of 1 inch in 32 days. Find the rate at which it grows in
nanometers per second. Because the distance between atoms in a molecule is on the order of 0.1
nm
PHYSICS 185 Experiment #2: Free Fall
Lab Section: #11730 WTh: 3:00 6:10pm Lewis 206
Objective:
The objective of this lab is to measure the acceleration in relation to gravity (approx. g =
9.81 m/s2) by measuring the time it takes a metallic ball to free f
PHYSICS 185 Experiment #6: Velocity of Sound in Air
Lab Section: #11730 WTh: 3:00 6:10pm Lewis 206
Objective:
The objective of this lab is to determine if velocity of sound in air is dependent on its
frequency.
Detailed Computation:
L=
k
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k = 2m -1
v = f
PHYSICS 185 Experiment #5: Simple Harmonic Motion Mass-Spring System
Lab Section: #11730 WTh: 3:00 6:10pm Lewis 206
Objective:
The objective of this lab is to determine the spring constant (k) and the effective mass of
spring in a Spring to Mass System.
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PHYSICS Experiment #3: Galileo and the Pendulum
Lab Section: #11730 WTh: 3:00 - 6:00pm Lewis 206
Objective:
The objective of this lab is to determine if Galileos observation (the period of the
pendulum is independent of the amplitude) is correct.
Detailed
Welcome to Bio98 lecture C
Biochemistry
Professors Celia Goulding and Sheryl Tsai
TAs
Parker Johnson
Jordan Thompson
Michael Abdelsayed
Rajalakshmi Govalan
Chi Nguyen
Timothy Valentic
Class web site: https:/eee.uci.edu/16w/05410/
Assigned reading and pr
Chapter 1
Introduction, Measurement, Estimating
1.4 Units, Standards, and the SI System
The metric system is also known as the S I system
of units. (S I ! Systme International).
A. Length
The unit of length in the metric system is the meter.
The meter is
Chapter 2
Kinematics in One-Dimension
2.2 Average Velocity
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The average velocity v ave " v of a particle as it moves
during the time interval "t = t f ! ti is equal to the ratio of
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the displacement vector "r to the time interval !t . That
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Does sodium chloride affect the change of pH?
Introduction:
According to the purpose of this experiment, we will learn about pH and buffers in
biology. The pH is a numeric scale that used to determine how acidity and basicity of the
solution. B