1. Which one of the following situations results in a conventional electric current that flows northward?
A) a beam of protons moves eastward
B) an electric dipole moves southward
C) a beam of electrons moves southward
D) a beam of electrons moves northwa
In this experiment the Latent heat of fusion of water will be found by mixing and melting
method. Using a simple apparatus to measure the minimum temperature when melting Ice in water. The
specific heat of a materialis the amount of energy needed
This lab measures the specific heat of metals by a mixture method using calorimetry.
Calorimeter with stirrer, boiler, bunsen burner, balance, flint, thermometer, metal samples,
400ml beaker, wood block, shot bottle
Mass of the
PROBLEM 1 10 points
Two charges are placed on the x-axis. The charge at x = -3d has a charge of 2Q, while the
charge at +3d has a charge of +Q.
[2 points] (a) The net electric potential due to the two charges is zero at at least one location on
204 Spherical waves
We have seen that there are solutions of the wave equation which corre-
spond to plane waves, and that any electromagnetic wave can be described as a
superposition of many plane waves. In certain special cases, however, it is more
Matthias Liepe, 2012
Right-hand rule: Point the thumb of your right
hand in direction of the current. The fingers then
reveal the B-field vectors direction.
Magnetic field due to a current
Field due to a circular ar
To investigate Hooke's Law which relates the Force and elongation of a spring by the equation
F = -kx. K is the spring constant which proportionally measures the stiffness of the spring for the
spring's restoring force.
The apparatus use
To observe real images formed by different lenses and their properties as verified by the lens
Optical bench, lens holders, screen, screen holder, convex lenses(5,10,15cm), desk lamp, halfmeter stick, illuminated object
EXPERIMENT - SATELLITE MOTION - KEPLER LAWS
Objective: To verify Kepler's Three Laws by studying the orbits of the Explorer 35 lunar
1st Law: Orbit is an ellipse with the moon centered on one focus.
Equation of an el
Observations about magnetic fields
Poles of a magnet are the ends where objects
are most strongly attracted
Two poles, called north and south
Like poles repel each other and unlike poles
attract each other
Similar to electric cha
Archimedes was a Greek born in the city of Syracuse on the island of Sicily in 287 BC. He lived
until approximately 212 BC when he was killed . He was the son of an astronomer and mathematician
named Phidias. Not much more is known a
To study the expansion of metals when heated. And determine their coefficient of expansion for
aluminum, copper, and steel by measuring the change in length of rods.
Linear expansion tube, steam generator, rubber tubes, micrometer screw,
Physics 2 Vibrating Systems Worksheet
1. Unknown: f= ?
n= 1 wave hits a pylon of a pier per time stretch
t= 2.7 seconds between the time a wave hits a the pylon.
The frequency of the waves hitting the pylon is the rate at which a wave hit