MEASUREMENT OF A TABLE
GROUP NUMBER 1
SECTION 11358
TA: DARYA MAKAROV
01-26-12
ABSTRACT:
The purpose of the Measurement of a Table lab is to introduce the many techniques of
physical and statistical data analysis. These concepts range from error propagati
CHAPTER 2. PLATE TECTONICS AND THE ORIGINS OF MINERAL RESOURCES
Objectives
Two important perspectives for students are as follows:
1. All Earths resources are created by one or more geological processes.
2. All geological processes are forming, destroying
Introduction to Electrical
Circuits. Ohms Law
Version 11.2.01
Review the safety materials and read the entire exercise before beginning. Take time to
organize the materials needed and set aside a safe workspace in which to complete the
exercise.
Experimen
Lab Report 1: Absorption of Nuclear Radiation
PHY 114
ABSTRACT:
The purpose of this experiment was to find the attenuation factor for beta radiation ( ). By
placing different radiative sources into a Geiger-Mueller counter, it became possible to measure
t
Lab Report 9: Reflection and Refraction of Light
PHY 114
ABSTRACT:
The goal of this experiment was to verify Snells law and the law of reflection. By shining a laser
through solid plastic and water, it became possible to study these these properties of li
PHY 114
Lenses and Optical Instruments
Krisztina Tope
M. Alcantar
12272, Group (#)
Chenou Zhang
4/6/2016
Abstract
In this experiment students used an optical bench, 2 convex lenses, a light source, mounted reticle, and a
ruler in order to explore properti
Lab Report 8: Faradays Law of Induction
PHY 114
ABSTRACT:
The goal of this lab was to verify Faradays law of induction by studying the small
electromagnetic force generated between a small coil and comparing it to its theoretical output.
At 40 Hz the magn
Lab Report 7: Current Balance
PHY 114
ABSTRACT:
The goal of this lab was to prove the definition of an ampere by studying small forces between
two parallel current carrying conductors. The conductors were set at equilibrium and contact
positions and sever
Lab Report 4: Physics of a Light Bulb
PHY 114
ABSTRACT:
The objective of this lab was to understand and be able to compare the relation between voltage
and current in a small flashlight bulb and to verify the Stefan Boltzmann law of radiation. By
using a
Lab Report 5: DC Circuits: Electric Power
PHY 114
ABSTRACT:
The goal of this lab was to use a DC circuity with varying internal resistances to figure out find
the optimal load resistance that would have the best power output. A circuit was set to test thi
Lab Report 2: Electric Field Plotting
PHY 114
ABSTRACT:
The purpose of this experiment was to find and understand electric field and equipotential lines,
and the relationship between them in two different conductive fields. These fields were
presented as
Lab Report 3: Capacitors and Electrostatics
PHY 114
ABSTRACT:
The main objective of this lab was to study and capacitors to help measure the electrostatic force
between two objects. This was done by using several capacitors 0.1 F, 1.0 F, and an unknown. T
PHY 114
Faradays Law of Induction
Krisztina Tope
M. Alcantar and K.Wully
12272, Group (#)
Chenou Zhang
3/23/2016
Abstract
In this experiment students used a solenoid, 2 pick-up coils, an iron rod, magnetic field and voltage
sensors, and computer applicati
PHY 114
Current Balance
Krisztina Tope
M. Alcantar and K.Wully
12272, Group (#)
Chenou Zhang
3/16/2016
Abstract
In this experiment students used analytical masses, measuring devices, a DC power supply, and a current
balance with an optical lever apparatus
PHY 114
Absorption of Nuclear Radiation
Krisztina Tope
Mariah Alcantar
12272, Group (#)
Chenou Zhang
2/3/2016
Abstract
This experiment used known, increasing attenuator thicknesses in polyethylene blocks to observe the
radioactive particles omitted by a b
Electric Field and Electric Potential
Introduction:
Many of the forces we deal with in everyday life are contact forces: the objects contact each
other directly in order to exert a force on each other. Unlike contact forces the gravitational force
between
Resistors in Series and
Parallel. Kirchhoffs Rules
Version 11.2.01
Review the safety materials and read the entire exercise before you begin. Take time to
organize the materials you will need and set aside a safe workspace in which to complete
the exercis
Electric Motor
Version 11.1.01
Review the safety materials and read the entire exercise before you begin. Take time to
organize the materials you will need and set aside a safe workspace in which to complete
the exercise.
Experiment Summary:
Students will
Current Balance
Introduction and Theory:
A force on a conductor of length L carrying a current I1 in a magnetic field B2 is governed by the
following equation:
F = I1 L B2 sin
(1)
If is in Amperes, in Tesla and L in meters, the force will be in Newtons. i
PHY 114
Electric Field Plotting
Krisztina Tope
M. Alcantar and K.Wully
12272, Group (#)
Chenou Zhang
2/10/2016
Abstract
Objective
The purpose of this lab is to apply the Electric Field formula and concept to find the equipotential and
electric field lines
PHY 114
Magnetic Fields
Krisztina Tope
M. Alcantar and K.Wully
12272, Group (#)
Chenou Zhang
3/2/2016
Abstract
In this experiment students used a DC power supply, square shaped coil unit with compass, and current
and magnetic field sensors to verify the r
PHY 114
Spectroscopy
Krisztina Tope
M. Alcantar and K.Wully
12272, Group (1)
Chenou Zhang
4/13/2016
Abstract
Using grating, an Hg vapor lamp, and a spectrometer students measured wavelengths of spectral lines to
compare to their known values. First, they
PHY 114
Reflection and Refraction of Light
Krisztina Tope
M. Alcantar and K.Wully
12272, Group (#)
Chenou Zhang
3/30/2016
Abstract
Using a light beam, rotating table mount, GA system, and two semi-circle prisms (one plastic and one
filled with water) stud
PHY 114
Ohms Law
Krisztina Tope
M. Alcantar and K.Wully
12272, Group (#)
Chenou Zhang
2/24/2016
Abstract
In this lab students used voltmeters, ammeters, resistors with known resistance, rods with unknown
resistivity, and equipment to replicate a nonideal
PHY 114
Capacitors and Electrostatics
Krisztina Tope
M. Alcantar and K.Wully
12272, Group (#)
Chenou Zhang
2/17/2016
Abstract
In this lab students used a voltmeter, voltage follower, breadboard, varying capacitance capacitors and a
resistor to understand
Which of the following is not a primary source of law?
a. Case law (court decisions)
b. A state constitution
c. A legal encyclopedia
d. An administrative agency regulation
Correct. A legal
encyclopedia is a
secondary source
of law; it is not a
primary sou
Under a federal form of government, the relationship between states and the central government may be
described as:
a. a combination of very weak states and a weak central government.
b. a combination of a very strong central government and very weak stat
*10 C of charge are placed on a spherical conducting shell. A -3 C-point charge is placed the center of the cavity. The net charge in coulombs on outer surface of shell is: +7
*A 200-N/C electric field is in the positive x direction. The acceleration on a
SIMPLE HARMONIC MOTION LAB
GROUP NUMBER 5
SECTION 11358
TA: LIFANG XIA
03-29-12
ABSTRACT:
Simple harmonic motion is an important component of the physical lab. The lab was
conducted to further understand the ideas of simple harmonic motion. The lab consis
Lab:
Rotational Motion
Introduction and Theory:
In this experiment we will study the effect of a constant torque on a
symmetrical body. We will determine the angular acceleration of a disk. From
this we will measure its moment of inertia, which we will co