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Physics 122, Fall 2011
l) The force exerted on a current-carrying wire located in an external magnetic eld is directly
proportional to which of the following?
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( GREG REGISlAmmar Kahil Date performed: 11/16/2011
Obiective: To study the use of a diffraction grating in analyzing light.
Theory: Adjust the collimator and telescope of the spectrometer; you M )
should get a thin vertical light
GREG REG|\ Ammar Kahil
Date performed: 10/05/2011
Obiective: To determine the time constant of an RC circuit and then use the
known value to find an unknown value for an RC circuit. To learn how to find the
percent difference and percent e
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.( First Exam
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1. Charges q, q, and q are placed on the x-axis at x = O, x = 2 m, and x = 4 m, respectively.
At which of the following points does the electric eld have the gr
Physics: 121 125 126
You will do the exam in the order given below. You will
have ten(10) minutes at each station. Do all you can during
that time! You will also have ten(lO) additional minutes at
the end to nish any calculations for any of
(In P/lace of AC Circuits La
GREG REGIS Ammar Kahil Date performed: 11/07/20111*-~-
Obiective: To measure the refractive index of glass using a prism L/
Theory: Get familiar with telescope and vernier scale. Open collimator M 5
so narrow be
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Obiective: To study the relationship-among the voltage, current and /
reSistance in a simple circuit and investigate the effect when two or
more resistors are connected in series and in parallel.
each resistor separately, in series then
MAGNETIC FORCES /
Ammar Kahil Date performed: 10/12/2011
Obiective: Check the validity of the relationship Force (F)=Current (I)
Magnetic Field (B) Length (L) by varying two ,of the quantities of length L/'
and current while holding, the magnetic field, t
Lenses & Mirrors
Ammar Kahil Date performed: 11/09/2011
Obiective: To study reflection by convex and concave mirrors and
convex and concave lenses. Also confirm the relationship between
object and image distances and focal length.
Theory: Mount the concav