Particles and Radiation
Constituents of the Atom
The constituents of the atom are protons, neutrons and electrons. The protons and
neutrons (nucleons) are found in the nucleus of atoms. The nucleus of an atom is
surrounded by empty space in which there ar
Physics 111: College Physics Laboratory
Laboratory Manual
Montana State University-Billings
Fall 2006
Lab 1
Constant Acceleration
Introduction
In this lab, you will study the nature of the equations of motion for constant acceleration.
You calculate the a
Name: Joshua Kurian
Date: 4/17/13
Lab Supervisor: Professor Jones
Lab Period: Wednesday 2:15PM 6:05PM
Experiment Weeks 4 and 5: Benzoin to Hexaphenylbenzene
Lab Questions
1. Determine the percent yield for each step of the reaction and determine your over
MOTION WITH
CONSTANT
ACCELERATION
Alvin Lee
Prof. Karl Sandeman
02/18/14
Objective:
The objective of the experiment was to study the relation between position,
velocity, and acceleration for motion with constant acceleration. Using a physical
apparatus me
ACCELERATION
ON AN AIR TRACK
Alvin Lee
Prof. Karl Sandeman
02/25/14
Objective:
The objective of the experiment was to observe the fluctuations in position and
velocity as functions of time for motion with constant acceleration by
experimentally changing d
ONE-DIMENSIONAL
COLLISIONS
Alvin Lee
Prof. Karl Sandeman
03/11/14
Objective:
The objective of the experiment was to study the conservations of energy and linear
momentum in elastic and inelastic one-dimensional collisions by using two
frictionless gliders
EQUILIBRIUM OF
COPLANAR FORCES
Alvin Lee
Prof. Karl Sandeman
02/04/14
Objective:
The objective of the experiment was to study the composition, resolution, and
equilibrium of coplanar forces using an apparatus of balanced weights conjoined to
a singular ri
TORQUE
Mohamed Adnan
10/29/14
Objective:
The objective of this lab was to understand torque by experimentally measuring and
manipulating different examples of torque.
Procedure:
First, the clamps were weighed and averaged to find the weight of the clamp.
Physics I
experiments
By:
Atheer Dawood Mahir
2008
00971503916861
[email protected]
POBox 346 , Ajman, UAE
Preface
Recent welcome changes in practical physics taught in the
University stage have been of two kinds:
(1) the incorporation of new e
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SCIENTIFIC REASONING
Multiple Choice Version
Directions to Students:
This is a test of your ability to apply aspects of scientific and mathematical reasoning to
analyze a situation to make a prediction or solve a problem. Make a dark mar
Classroom Test of Scientific Reasoning
Answer Key: Multiple Choice Version
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Newtons Laws
Problem: Newtons 1st Law (1998)
Force
A force is a push or pull on an object.
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Unit: Newton (SI system)
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The Law of Inertia.
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AP Review
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How hard it is to stop a moving object.
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2D Kinematics
Projectile Motion
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Something is fired, thrown, shot, or
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AP Review Pack
Physics B
Electrostatics
AP Review
Charge
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Charge is quantized and the smallest stable
charge is called the fundamental charge, e
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