Phys 116 lab 6
Aim: Understand the concept of Centripetal Force. Calculate centripetal force and experimental
centripetal force using the Centripetal force apparatus.
Apparatus:
Centripetal Force app
Phys 116 lab 3
Objective: Find the correct resultant angle and force that will balance strings on a
force table. Remove nail on force table without strings moving around. The
vectors used will put the
Phys 116 lab 5
Aim: Find coefficient of static friction by testing how much weight is needed to
move a wooden block. Then, find coefficient of kinetic friction by testing how
much weight is needed to
Phys 116 lab 7
Aim: Find periods of oscillation of a simple pendulum swinging at various angles
with various material bobs attached on its string.
Apparatus:
- Table clamp
- Steel rod
- Pendulum clamp
Phys 116 lab 2
Objective : Calculate g, the gravitational constant (9.8m/s^2) using pre-made
tape with marks from the Behr Free-Fall apparatus. We measured distance in cm
so the converted constant is
Lab 4 phys 116
Objective: Observe and make calculations regarding horizontal projectile motion
using elevated launching track and carbon paper.
Apparatus:
- One long steel pole
- One short steel pole
I. INTRODUCTION
CALORIMETRY
A.
Purpose/Objective
To learn the ability to handle and work with Calorimeter
To determine the initial temperature of heated metal sample
B. Equipment
Thereisaminimalamou
I. INTRODUCTION
CENRIPETAL FORCE
A. Purpose/Objective
Objectives:
To study the centripetal force acting on an object rotating in a circular path.
To determine the dependence of centripetal force on th
I. INTRODUCTION
Pendulum
A. Purpose/Objective
Objective: Find periods of oscillation of a simple pendulum swinging at various angles
with various material bobs attached on its string.
B. Equipment
The
I. INTRODUCTION
Conservation of Momentum
A. Purpose/Objective
To verify the principle of conservation of linear momentum
To study the conservation of momentum
To determine the effect of weight on t
I.
INTRODUCTION
Work and Kinetic energy
A. Purpose/Objective
Objective:
Understand the concepts of work and kinetic energy. Calculate kinetic energy
using LinearAir-Track.
B. Equipment
Thereisaminima
Ch 20 HW (Part 1)
11/12/17, 1'49 PM
Ch 20 HW (Part 1)
Due: 10:10am on Wednesday, November 8, 2017
You will receive no credit for items you complete after the assignment is due. Grading Policy
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Ch 21 HW (Part 2)
11/12/17, 1'52 PM
Ch 21 HW (Part 2)
Due: 10:10am on Wednesday, November 22, 2017
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Ch 20 HW (Part 2)
11/12/17, 1'50 PM
Ch 20 HW (Part 2)
Due: 10:10am on Wednesday, November 8, 2017
You will receive no credit for items you complete after the assignment is due. Grading Policy
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Ch 21 HW (Part 1)
11/12/17, 1'51 PM
Ch 21 HW (Part 1)
Due: 10:10am on Wednesday, November 15, 2017
You will receive no credit for items you complete after the assignment is due. Grading Policy
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PHY-160 Magnetism Formula Sheet
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Magnetic field of a long straight wire: =
Magnetic field of a long solenoid: =
Force per unit length:
=
0
2
0
0 1 2
2
7
0 = 4 10 /
: =
Faradays Law: =
Tran
Resistors
Capacitors
Configuratio
Measured
Calculated Percent
Configuratio
Measured
Calculated
Percent
n
Value ()
Value ()
Error
n
Value (nF)
Value (nF)
Error
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)
4.292
8.46
6.22
9.49
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Lab # 1: Mass, Density, and Specific Gravity
June 7, 2017
PHY 116
Objective: To understand how to determine the density of an object, after finding its mass and
volume.
Physical Principles: The mass o
Lab # 4: Horizontal Projectile Motion
Class: PHY 116
Date of Experiment: June 12, 2017
Objective: Calculate the average velocity of a horizontal projectile after finding its displacement
and the time
PHY 156
Lab: Magnetic Field of a Slinky Solenoid
Date: July 19, 2017
Objective: To experimentally study the magnetic field produced by a solenoid.
Principles: B = 0NI/L; where B is the magnetic field
PHY 156
Lab: Reflection and Refraction
Date: July 24, 2017
Objective: To understand the phenomena of reflection and refraction of light and to verify the
laws of reflection and refraction.
Principles:
PHY 156
Lab: Equipotential and Electric Field Lines
Date: July 7, 2017
Objective: Examine the distribution of electric potential and electric field lines produced by
electric charges of two point char
PHY 156
Lab: Sources of Electromotive Force in Direct Current Circuits
Date: July 17, 2017
Objective: To study the operation of sources of electromotive force in DC circuits and to study
the combinati