Carleton University
Laboratory Report
Course Code :PHYS 1007A1
Lab 4: Specific Heat Capacity
Khaoula Louat
100791291
Date Performed:31/05/2017
Date Submitted:31/05/2017
Lab Period:A1
Partner: Berthorie Beauvoir
Staton #:16
TA: Peter Oliver
Purpose:
To det
Carleton University
Laboratory Report
Course Code :PHYS 1007A1
Lab 2: Density
Khaoula Louati
100791291
Date Performed:10/05/2017
Date Submitted:17/05/2017
Lab Period:A1
Partner: Berthorie Beauvoir
Station #:16
TA: Peter Oliver
Density
Experiment #:2
Purpo
PHY1124Fundamentals of physics for engineers, Winter 2015
Practice test for final exam
The test is closed book, closed notes. You can use the questionnaire sheets for your work. Non-programmable,
non-graphing Faculty-approved calculator allowed. Answers a
University of Ottawa PHY1124B Dr. Czajkowski, Winter 2016 Assignment 4
STUDENT LAST NAME:_
Assignment 4: Centre of Mass. Rotations. SHO
STUDENT NUMBER: _
Due: Mar 11 6:00PM
1.
A tennis player receives a shot with the ball (0.06
PHY2104/2504 ASSIGNMENT #8 WINTER 2017
1 / 2
University of Ottawa
Faculty of Science
Department of Physics
PHY2104 : Introduction to Circuit Theory and Electronics
PHY2504 : Introduction la Thorie des Circuits
Midterm solutions Version A
1. A -3.50 nC point charge is at the origin, and a second -5.50 nC point charge is on the
x-axis at x = 0.800 m. Find the electric field (magnitude and direction) at point on the
x-axis at x = 0.200 m. Enter positive value if t
Part 1 - Multiple choice
Question 1
T1
T3
T2
Bwater
W
W
Bx
W
x
water
T1=mg
T2=mg Bwater =mg- waterVg waterVg=T1-T2 (*)
T3=mg Bx =mg- xVg xVg= T1-T3 (*)
(*), (*) =>
=
=
T1 T3
T1 T2
T1 T3
kg 41.9N 15.8N
kg 26.1N
kg
kg
1000 3 =
1000 3 =
1000 3 = 1544 3
T1
Assignment 3:
Special Topics related to
Electricity. Simple Harmonic Oscillator
UNIVERSITY OF OTTAWA
Principles of Physics
PHY1322 Winter 2017
Dr. A. Czajkowski
STUDENT #: _
NAME: _
Released: Friday Jan. 27
Due: Fri Feb 3 6:00PM
1
4
UNIVERSITY OF OTTAWA
Principles of Physics
PHY1322 Winter 2017
Dr. A. Czajkowski
Assignment 4:
Acoustic Waves
Released: Friday Feb 3
STUDENT #: _
NAME: _
Due: Fri Feb 10 6:00PM
1.A)
An earthquake on the ocean floor in the Gulf o
UNIVERSITY OF OTTAWA
Principles of Physics
PHY1322 Winter 2017
Dr. A. Czajkowski
STUDENT #: _
NAME: _
ASSIGNMENT 2
Electric Circuits
Released: Jan 20
Due: Jan 27
6PM
Use the space provided to present you solutions ( you may use the opposite side of each p
University of Ottawa
PHY1322 Winter 2017
Principles of Physics II
Dr. A. Czajkowski
STUDENTs ID: _
STUDENT NAME: _
Use the space provided to present you solutions ( you may use the opposite side of each page if needed. Adding extra
pages, writing unintell
PHY2361
Assignment 1
due Friday January 20, 2017
A. Problem 4 in Ch. 1 of textbook.
B. An observer in frame S sees lightning simultaneously strike two points 80 m apart.The first
strike occurs at x1 = y1 = z1 = t1 = 0 and the second at x2 = 80 m, y2 = z2
PHY2361
Assignment 5
due Friday February 17, 2017
A. A muon is a particle with a charge equal to that of an electron and a mass equal to 207 times the mass
of an electron. Consider a muonic helium ion consisting of a single muon orbiting a He2+ nucleus.
U
Chemistry Exam Review
Matter And Bonding
Physical vs Chemical Changes
physical changes only change a substance's appearance while chemical changes change the
chemical make up of the substance
Atomic Structure:
number of protons is the atomic number
number
Exam Study Guide
Kinematics
Acceleration due to gravity: acceleration that occurs when an object is allowed to
fall freely, 9.8 m/s
Distance: how far an object has travelled, scalar, no direction
Displacement: how far something has travelled and in what d
MAT 1332, Winter 2017, Assignment 1
Due Wednesday January 25 in the math department dropboxes by 7:00pm.
Late assignments will not be accepted; nor will unstapled assignments.
Professors in the math department will not lend you a stapler; do not ask for o
University of Ottawa
PHY1322 Winter 2017
Principles of Physics II
Dr. A. Czajkowski
STUDENTs ID: _
STUDENT NAME: _
The methods used to solve each problem are outlined below. The number solutions may vary.
Assignment 1: Electric Current Resistance and Circ
PHYS-2326: University Physics-II
SOLUTION TO SIMILAR PROBLEMS
Ch-21
ADDITIONAL QUESTIONS
Chapter 21: THE KINETIC THEORY OF GASES
11. In a period of 1.00 s, 5.00 1023 nitrogen molecules strike a wall with an area of 8.00
cm2. Assume the molecules move with
E A bead slides without friction around a loop-the-loop (Fig. P85). The bead is released
from a height Pi = 3.503. (a) mfhat is its speed at point A? (b) How large is the normal force on
it if its mass is 5.00 g?
0
MUDTCKchUA
1: k? f?
I:
mah=72w
PSY1101: Course Outline
Dr. Haddad
Best way to reach Dr. Haddad: 613-620-7488
Office Hours: By appointment only at VNR 2017!
8 Chapters + Prologue (12-15 PGS)
CHAPTER 1: Thinking Critically With Psychological Science
CHAPTER 2: The Biology Of Mind (Everyt
HIGH SCHOOL MATH REVIEW:
Self-test (Try to solve these problems within 70 minutes). Solutions and discussion will
be provided during the first DGD.
1Solve three equations below:
2x-y-9 = 0
4y+x = 8
2x+6z=3
2
When will two linear equations have no solution
Problem
1kg of ice at -30C is mixed with 1kg of steam at150C inside the thermally insulted
container. Find the final phase and the temperature of this system once the
equilibrium is established.
Specific heat of water
c(water)
4186
J/(kgC)
UNIVERSITY OF OTTAWA
Principles of Physics
PHY1321/31 Fall 2016
Dr. A. Czajkowski
ASSIGNMENT 2: Pressure, Ideal Gas Equation,
First Law of Thermodynamics, Heat Transport.
Calorimetry
Released: Sept 23,
Due: Sept 30
STUDENT #: _
NAME: _
GROUP:_
6PM
Principles of Physics I
PHY1321
MIDTERM 1
Fall2015. Oct 17
NAME:
_
Student #
_
CLOSED BOOK TEST
TIME: 100minutes
Part 1. In the scantron sheet to answer all MC questions below. (Best 6 count towards 48% of your test mark)
1
A container with a one-liter ca
0.25 point
1 point
sum of the points for 3 trials
(but a maximum of 2 points)
sum of the points for 3 trials
(but a maximum of 2 points)
0.5 point
1 point
0.5 point
0.25 point
PHYSICS HELP CENTER
FALL 2016
Help for students taking first year physics courses
Where:
TBT C116 (Tabaret Hall, could extend to room C116A too)
When:
Monday:
Tuesday:
Wednesday:
Thursday:
Start:
2:30 - 5:30 p.m.
5:30 - 8:30 p.m.
2:30 - 5:30 p.m.
7:00 - 8
ASSIGNMENT 3:,
First Law of Thermodynamics,
Heat and Work in Gas Processes
Kinetic Theory of Gases
Released: Sept 30,
UNIVERSITY OF OTTAWA
Principles of Physics
PHY1321/31 Fall 2016
Dr. A. Czajkowski
Due: Oct 7
STUDENT #: _
NAME:
_
6PM
1
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