Heat of Vaporization
Adam Smith and Dasha Masalitina (partner)
Purpose
This experiment is designed to use the mixing of steam and cold water to determine the
Heat of Vaporization, LV, of water; that is, the amount of heat energy which must be added (or
re
Ideal Gas Law
by Adam Smith
Purpose
This experiment is designed to allow control of volume and measurement of pressure,
volume, and temperature in order to test the validity of the Ideal Gas Law.
Theory
The Ideal Gas law states that, for any closed system
Lab: Radioactive HalfLife
By Adam Smith
Purpose
In this experiment, we will use a quicklydecaying radioactive substance (Ba 137) to
test the validity of the decay function dN/dt = N. We will also determine the halflife of
Ba137.
Theory
It is a reasona
Finding Normal Force
Equation:
F = N mg=0
mass of box= 96.0 kg
gravity= 9.80 m/s^2
N=(mass of box + mass added)g
Trial 1 (200.0 kg)
Trial 2 (300.0 kg)
N=(96.0+200.0)(9.80)=2900 N
N=(96.0+300.0)(9.80)=3880 N
Trial 3 (500.0 kg)
Trial 4 (600.0 kg)
N=(96.0+5
Review questions for Final Exam
MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.
1)Two displacement vectors have magnitudes of 5 m and 7 m, respectively. When these two
vectors are added, the magnitude
Review Questions 
Fluids and Thermodynamics
MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.
1)If a liquid does not wet the inner surface of a capillary tube inserted into it, the cohesion of the
liqu
Phys 350  Quiz Energy
version A
MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.
1)A 10. kg mass, hung onto a spring, causes the spring to stretch 2.0 cm. The spring constant is
A)0.0020 N/cm
B)0.20 N
Physics 350 Spring 2017
Quiz 2 Version A
MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.
1)Barbara travels 20. km Northward, then travels 40. km Eastward, then continues for 50. km in a
Southward dire
P350  Quiz  Thermo 2
Version A
MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.
1)The coefficient of linear expansion of lead is 29 10 6 K 1. What change in temperature will
cause a 10 m long lead
Physics 350  Quiz 1  Version A
Spring 2017
MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.
1)What is the cosine of 55?
A)0.6
B)0.57
1)
C)0.574
D)0.5736
E)0.57360
2)What is the sum of 1123 and 10.3 w
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Test 1 Practice (part 1)
Physics 350
Spring 2017
Due Tu 02/14
Show all your work on the exam pages. Partial credit can only be given if you show your work and I am
able to follow it. Correct answers with no work shown receive very little partial credit.
(1)
Newman
Lenses, Mirrors, and the Thin Lens Equation
Experiment 14
Introduction
In this experiment we will investigate properties of lenses and mirrorssuch as focal length,
magnication, and aberration. In addition, we will experimentally verify the vali
(1)
Newman
Polarization
Malus's Law
Introduction
The Propagation of Electromagnetic Radiation
For light that travels in a vacuum, both its electric and magnetic eld are transverse
(perpendicular) to its direction of motion thus, we say that light is trans

Kayla Salazar
Professor Lawlor
Summer Physics 411
7/5/16
Homework # 6
Discussion Questions
D.1
Work done is a scalar quantity. It has no direction so its magnitude independent of the
choice of coordinates. So by choosing different coordinates we cannot
Lab 4: Acceleration Due to Gravity
Lab Partners: Will, Amir, Eric, Adrian
Physics 411
Professor Lawlor
6/27/2016
Salazar
I.
Abstract:
The acceleration due to gravity, g, was determined by dropping a plastic strip that a picket
fence design on it while mea
July 12, 2016
Physics 411
Laboratory Exercise
NAME
Kayla, Eric , Amir , Will, Adrian
THE CONSERVATION OF
LINEAR MOMENTUM
Purpose
The purpose of this experiment is to verify that momentum is conserved for numerous
collisions between air carts on a friction
PHYS 411
Numerical Modeling Extra Credit Project
Theory
Describing the motion of a particle its position, velocity and acceleration as a function
of time can be achieved fairly easily if the system is not too complex. However, nature
quickly can become ve
Kayla Salazar
Professor Lawlor
Physics 411
7/20/2016
Chapter 9 Homework: Discussion Answers
Q9.2, Q9.4, Q9.6, Q9.9, Q9.11, Q9.14, Q9.17
Q.9.2 ) a: The kinetic energy of a diatomic molecule when it spins at the same angular speed about
zaxis = K. This is
Kayla Salazar
Professor Lawlor
Physics 411
7/18/2016
Chapter 8 Homework: Discussion Answers
Q8.3, Q8.6, Q8.7, Q8.10, Q8.15, Q8.19, Q8.24, Q8.25
8.3) If a drop is considered to be the system, the system is not isolated. The drop gains momentum as it
falls
Kayla Salazar
Professor Lawlor
7/7/2017
Homework #7
Discussion Questions
Q7.1 Looking at the system while ignoring air resistance;
So we wll use
Ki + U1 = Kf + Uf
At the maximum height the velocity of the ball is zero. So V2 = 0
So final kinetic energy is
Lab 6: Friction
Kayla Salazar
Lab Partners: Will, Adrian, Eric, Amir
Professor Lawlor
Summer Physics 411 2016
6/30/2016
Salazar
I. Abstract
A wooden block was slid across a table surface while adding consecutively adding
weights to calculate static and ki
Springs Lab
Kayla Salazar
Lab Partners: Will, Eric, Adrian, Amir
Summer Physics 411
Professor Lawlor
7/5/2016
Salazar
Calculations:
1) # cm / 100 = # m
2) The average spring constant for both the rubber band and the spring was determined by
the slope of e
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Anthro 101
29 April 2016
Extra Credit Art Gallery
For me, maskmaking is not a simple expression of representational art of superficies.
It is a task of materializing the narrative hidden behind each face.
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Cultural Diversity / Anth 101 Fall 2015
Dr. M. Ligaya Hattari
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CULTURAL DIVERSITY / Anth 101 Fall 2015
Dr. M. Ligaya Hattari
Department of Anthropology
California State University, Sacramento
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Angels in America Thesis: Progress in the Flesh
Tony Kushners critically acclaimed play Angels in America is a multifaceted work that
tackles such universal themes as community, sexuality, death,
NATIVE AMERICAN
LITERATURE
ASIAN AMERICAN LITERATURE
Stereotypes: Noble savage,
stoic warrior in noble defeat,
drunken savage, heathen, lazy,
Indian princess, whore, dead,
and dying saints.
Reservation camps
&boarding schools
High respect for nature
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