Lab Experiment #3
Archimedes Principle
Definition:
The density of a material is defined as its mass per unit volume.
=
m
V
Specific gravity is the ratio of the density of the material to the density of water (at 4C).
The net force on an object exerted by
Lab Experiment #6
Specific Heat Capacity of Aluminum
By: Geraldine Coello
April 17, 2013
Physics 32
Lab Partners:
Augustine Amissah
Robert Steward
Definition:
A calorie is a common unit for heat. It is defined as the amount of heat necessary to
raise the
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LABORATORY 01
Audio Amplifiers
Objective:
To test an audio amplifier for gain, frequency response, and compression characteristics.
Components and Equipment:
Components:
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
10 K, watt resistor
4.7 K, watt resistor
3.9 K, w
Physics 31
Experiment # 2
Acceleration Due To Gravity
Name:
Jhunior Garcia Reinoso
Objective:
To study the motion of a freely falling body.
To determine the numerical value of g, that is the acceleration due to gravity.
Theory:
Displacement ( x ) is a vec
Physics 21
Experiment 3
The Acceleration Due To Gravity
Objects:
To study the motion of a freely falling body.
To determine the numerical value of g, the acceleration due
to gravity.
Theory:
Displacement:
Displacement is what happens when one object takes
Physic 21
Experiment 8
Equilibrium of a Rigid body
Objective:
To investigate the two condition for the equilibrium of a rigid body
The vector sum of the forces acting on the body is zero.
The vector sum of the torques acting on the body is zero.
Theory:
T
Physics 21
Experiment #7
Centripetal force
Objective:
To investigate the motion of an object traveling in a circular path and the radial
force acting upon it.
Theory:
Radial acceleration is the acceleration a body undergoes when it is going in a
circular
Physics 21
Experiment # 6
Friction
Objects:
1. To investigate what factors are responsible for sliding friction.
2. To determine the coefficients of static and kinetic friction between two wood
surfaces.
Theory:
The normal force is the force exerted upon
Physics 21
Experiment # 4
Forces In A Plane
Objects:
To verify the rules of vector addiction.
To test the condition for a particle to be in equilibrium.
Theory:
A vector quantity is one that has magnitude as well as direction. Examples of
vector quantitie
Lab Experiment #4
Linear Coefficients of Expansion
Definition:
Coefficient of linear expansion, denoted by has units of (C)-1
=
L
L 0 T
Aim:
1 To measure the coefficient of expansion of several metallic rods (copper, iron and
aluminum).
Purpose:
The purpo
Lab Experiment #8
Heats of Fusion and Condensation of Water
By: Geraldine Coello
May 13, 2013
Physics 32
Lab Partners:
Augustine Amissah
Robert Steward
Definition:
A calorie is a common unit for heat. It is defined as the amount of heat necessary to
raise
Physics 21
Experiment # 3
Projectile Motion Parts 1 and 2
Objects:
(I)
To determine the initial speed of a projectile using the laws of conservation of
energy and momentum.
(II)
To determine the initial speed of the projectile using the equations of linea
Lab Experiment #5
Specific Heat of Aluminum
Definition:
A calorie is a common unit for heat. It is defined as the amount of heat necessary to
raise the temperature of 1 gram of water by 1 Celsius degree.
Specific Heat Capacity is a quantity characteristic
Lab Experiment #1
Hookes Law and Simple Harmonic Motion
Objective:
1 To determine the relation between the force stretching a spring and its elongation.
2 To study the motion of a mass suspended from a coiled spring.
Theory:
Hookes Law Force = -(spring co
Lab Experiment #5
Linear Coefficients of Expansion
By: Geraldine Coello
April 3, 2013
Physics 32
Lab Partners:
Augustine Amissah
Robert Steward
Definition:
Coefficient of linear expansion, denoted by has units of (C)-1
=
L
L 0 T
Aim:
1. To measure the coe
PHY32 Lab Experiment #4
Archimedes Principle
By: Geraldine Coello
March 13, 2013
Lab Partners:
Mamadou Diallo
G.Coello 1
Definition:
The density of a material is defined as its mass per unit volume.
=
m
V
Specific gravity is the ratio of the density of th
Lab Experiment #8
Standing Waves in a String
Definition:
Transverse wave: The displacement of the medium is perpendicular to the direction of
propagation of the wave. Also, Transverse waves cannot propagate in a gas or a liquid because
there is no mechani
The Simple Pendulum.
Objects:
To investigate the harmonic motion of a simple pendulum.
To consider other periodic motion.
Theory:
Give definitions of the following, a complete vibration, period frequency, displacement,
amplitude.
Period frequency: Frequen
PHY32 Lab Experiment #1
Hookes Law and Simple Harmonic Motion
By: Geraldine Coello
February 13, 2013
Lab Partners:
Augustine Amissah
Robert Steward
G.Coello 1
Theory:
Hookes Law Force = -(spring constant)(displacement from equilibrium) cfw_
F=kx
Force is