The Ideal Gas Law
Shilla Marie Hernandez
Lab Partners Name: Leonard W.
Lab Section:
Date of Experiment: 4/2/13
Objective: The reason for this experiment is for students to understand the Ideal Gas Law. Today
we will compare and contrast the relationships
Motion Using Velocity and Time
Shilla Marie Hernandez
Lab Partners Name:
Lab Section:
Date of Experiment:
Title of the Experiment
Objective: The reason for this experiment is for students to
understand motion by graphing distance and time.
Theory : In mot
Anna Hollen
Lab Partner: Lisa Beck
Thursday, 1-3
September 23, 2010
Understanding Motion I Distance and Time
Abstract
This lab was performed to help students better understand the concept of
acceleration and velocity and also to understand the graph of po
Anna Hollen
Lab Partner: Lisa Beck
Thursday, 1-3
September 9, 2010
Accuracy of Measurements and Computations
Abstract
This lab intended to help students understand the precision of certain laboratory
results. This was done by finding the density of a wood
Anna Hollen
Lab Partner: Lisa Beck
Thursday, 1-3
October 7, 2010
Conservation of Motion
Abstract
This lab was intended to help students understand the law of conservation of
momentum and how it applies to collisions in two dimensions. Theoretically, if a
Anna Hollen
Lab Partners: Lisa Beck and Allyssa Bogert
Thursday 1-3
October 14, 2010
Uniform Circular Motion
Abstract
This lab was preformed to teach students about the centripetal force required to
move a mass along a circular path. It also showed the re
Anna Hollen
Lab Partner: Lisa Beck
Thursday, 1-3
September 16, 2010
Equilibrium of Concurrent Forces
Abstract
This lab was intended to help students understand the influences that magnitude
and direction have on vectors and the conditions needed for equil
Anna Hollen
Lab Partner: Lisa Beck
Thursday, 1-3
October 28, 2010
The Ideal Gas Law
Abstract
The purpose of this lab was to teach students the relationship between pressure,
temperature, volume, and number of moles. In the first part of the experiment,
st
Anna Hollen
Lab Partner: Lisa Beck
Thursday, 1-3
September 30, 2010
Equilibrium on Non-Concurrent Forces
Abstract
This lab intended to help students understand the law of moments and the
conditions needed for equilibrium under the influence of non-concurr
Anna Hollen
Lab Partners: Lisa Beck, Danielle Pounga, and Franeisco Ceballos
Thursday: 1-3
October 21, 2010
Archimedess Principle
Abstract
This lab was intended to teach students how to use Archimedes principle by
determining the density and specific grav
Anna Hollen
Thursday 1-3
Lab Partner: Lisa Beck
November, 18 2010
Linear Harmonic Motion
Abstract
This lab was intended to teach students about the oscillatory of motion of a mass
suspended by a spiral spring. In the first part of the lab, we verified Hoo
Anna Hollen
Lab Partner: Lisa Beck
Thursday, 1-3
November 4, 2010
Heat of Fusion
Abstract
The purpose of this lab was to teach students how to determine the latent heat of
fusion of water by the method of mixtures. In the experiment, warmed water was
weig