In this experiment, the theories and concepts behind magnetism were tested. There were two
parts in this experiment, first is the magnetic fields of permanent magnets while the other one is the
magnetic force on current-carrying conductor. In Par
In this experiment, theories and concepts about index of refraction were tested. There were
three parts performed in this experiment. For Part A, the index of refraction of glass was determined
when light bends from glass to air. For Part B, the
In this experiment, theories and concepts about photometry were tested. To analyze it further, the two
methods done to measure photometric quantities such as intensity of light were used. For the first part
of the experiment, inverse square law w
In this experiment, the theories and concepts behind plane and spherical mirrors were tested.
There were four parts in this experiment and the last part were divided into three subparts. For the first
part of the experiment, the laws of reflectio
In this experiment, theories and concepts about refraction were proved. There were three parts
performed. For the first part, the focal length was determined using an object at infinity. The focal
length was determined again for the second part b
In this experiment, theories and concepts about diffraction were tested. To start off, the single slit was
used first and named as Part 1 of the experiment. In order to observe the diffraction in a single slit, the
width of the slit and the dista
Viscosity is the resistance of a liquid to deform due to stresses. In other words, this determines how thick
a liquid is which makes it resistant from flowing. This resistance is due the internal resistance of the fluid
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Buoyancy & Specific Gravity
We will determine the densities and specific gravities of a metal, a liquid and a block of
wood by measuring the buoyancy of these objects and using Archimedes Principle.
Fluids liquids and
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due to gravity and the depth. What is the pressure at the bottom of the tank if the depth of water is
Experiment 406, entitled Photometry, dealt with the measurement of light, in
terms of brightness or intensity as perceived by the human eye, particularly the
factors that affect it. The aim of the experiment was to familiarize students with
The sixth experiment, entitled Photometry, dealt with the measurement of light, in
terms of brightness or intensity as perceived by the human eye, particularly the factors
that affect it. The aim of the experiment was to familiarize stud
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EINSTEINS THEORY OF RELATIVITY
> Deals with differences in the observations made by two observers who examine the same set
> Anything that happens in a given time frame.
> Consists of a clock used to measure
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A certain physics student want to see if the
temperature of a body greatly affects its magnetic
The Nature of Light
theory which states that light was
made up of waves vibrating up and
down perpendicular to the direction
of travel of light.
1704 Isaac Newton, proposed
Interference refers to a situation when two or more waves
overlap in space.
Principle of Superposition when
two or more waves overlap, the
resultant displacement at any point
and any instant is found by add