E lect r on I mpact M ass Spect r omet er
M ass Spect r omet er
T he M ass Spect r um
F r agment at ion of Alkanes
F r agment at ion of Br anched Alkanes
Chain br anching incr eases t he likelihood of cleavage
F r agment at ion of Et her s (14.4)
F r agme
STANDING WAVES
Purpose: To study the phenomenon of standing waves and to verify the relationship between velocity, force, wavelength, and frequency. Equipment: Electric vibrator with mounting clamp, string, pulley, desk stand, weights, meter stick. Introd
Lots of questions on propagating V3 so heres the answer I told some people incorrectly but will bot count off for that mistake.
V3 = (F/ )1/2
we need to apply a couple of rules for this one
First we need to handle the stuff inside the ( ) Let x = F/ this
HARMONIC MOTION
Objective Equipment To measure the force constant of a spring, and the period of oscillation for differing masses, and verify the theoretical result timer, spring, weights and weight hanger, stand, pendulum clamp, 2-meter stick
Introductio
Equation to propagate:
let
m=100 1g, M=173.2 .1g, k = 8400 100 dynes/cm
It takes 4 steps. Step 1: Propagate M/3 Let a = M/3 thus according to rule 1, a= M/3 A a = (173.2/3) (.1/3) =57.733333. .03333333. =57.73 .03 g
T = 2
m + (57.73 .03) k
Step 2: Propaga
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Data Analysis Techniques.3
Significant Figures.4
Zeroes to the left of the decimal.5 Zeroes to the right of