Lab 1: Electrical Force Measured with a Balance
Theory:
When a positive charge of Q is placed on a large flat plate the magnitude of the electric
field near the plate is equivalent to (Q/2E*A). A woul
Lab 6: RC Circuits
Jasmine Tazi
Lab Partner: Mellissa Worley, Rajiiq Inam
Lab TA: Jared Spaulding
Date: 3/13/14
Theory
Capacitors store charges. q=CV the charges produce voltage difference V, given by
Lab 1: Electrical Force Measured with a Balance
Jasmine Tazi
Lab Partner: Michael Alvarez
Lab TA: Jared Spaulding
Date: 1/30/14
Theory
When a positive charge of Q is placed on a large flat plate the m
Lab 5: Series and Parallel Circuits
Jasmine Tazi
Lab Partner: Michele ONeill
Lab TA: Jared Spaulding
Date: 3/6/14
Theory
Current is the flow of charge. All current that flows into a wire must leave th
Lab 3: Current Balance: Induced Magnetic Forces
Theory:
A flowing current produces a magnetic field that can make a compass needle
move. A wire with a length of L carries a current I produces a magnet
Lab #4: Ohms Law
Name: Brianna Viglietta
Brown
TA: Porcelain Her
Lab Partner: Vanessa
Due date: 03/02/16
Theory:
A power supply maintains a potential difference, or voltage between its + and -
termina
Lab #2: Electric Fields and Potential
Theory:
Electrical forces and potentials are similar to gravitational forces and potential energy. A
mass will have the same potential energy at all points where
Lab #6: RC Circuits
Theory:
Capacitors are things placed in circuits that store charge. The charges produce a
voltage difference V, given by q = CVc. Capacitance has units of coulomb/volt and this is
Lab #10: Interference
Theory:
Wave interference is the phenomenon that occurs when two waves meet while
traveling along the same medium. Because light is composed of waves, it is possible to
observe i
Lab #5: Series and Parallel Circuits
Name: Brianna Viglietta
TA: Porcelain Her
Lab Partner: Vanessa Brown
Due Date: 03/09/16
Theory:
In wires there is something called a current; current is the flow o
Lab #8: Electron Charge-to-Mass
Theory:
The resulting change in potential energy from an electron accelerating by a
voltage (potential difference) is converted into kinetic energy, therefore:
v = . m
Lab #7: Magnetic Fields
Theory:
The magnetic induction, B, at the center of the loop of radius, R, with N turns that carries
o
2R .
a current, I, is equal to
B center=
equal to
o is the vacuum magne
Lab #9: Geometrical Objects
Theory:
When an object is placed a distance, dobj, in front of a lens that has a focal length,
f, it produces an image at a distance, dimage. This relationship is given by
Name: Jason Vazquez Partner: Xing Lin TA: Faisal Yaqoob Experiment #2 Electric Potential Equations: (1) (2) (3) Procedure: Non-Circle Sheet: Connect positive terminal to the power supply of the upper
Name: Jason Vazquez Partner: Xing Lin TA: Faisal Yaqoob Experiment #4 Ohm's Law Equations: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) Theory: Determining the weight of the staples by measuring the mass of 210 staples, then
Lab 9: Geometrical Objects
Jasmine Tazi
Lab Partner: Helmi Teklu
Lab TA: Jared Spaulding
Date: 4/10/14
Theory
An object placed a distance d(obj) in front of a lens of focal length f produces an
image
Lab 7: Magnetic Fields
Jasmine Tazi
Lab Partner: Rajiq Inam
Lab TA: Jared Spaulding
Date: 3/27/14
Theory
The magnetic induction B at the center of the loop of radius R with N turns that
currents a cur
Lab 8: Electron charge-to-mass
Jasmine Tazi
Lab Partner: Sarah Phillips
Lab TA: Jared Spaulding
Date: 4/3/14
Theory
When an electron is accelerated by a potential difference ( voltage), the resulting
Lab 10: Interference
Jasmine Tazi
Lab Partner(s): Michele ONeill
Lab TA: Jared Spaulding
Date: 4/24/14
Theory
Light is composed of waves and because of this its possible to observe
interference. Consi
Lab 2: Electrical Fields and Potential
Jasmine Tazi
Lab Partner: Alex Wilke
Lab TA: Jared Spaulding
Date: 2/6/14
Theory
Electrical forces and potentials are similar to gravitational forces and potenti
Lab 3: Induced Magnetic Forces
Jasmine Tazi
Lab Partner: Blaire Anderson
Lab TA: Jared Spaulding
Date: 2/20/14
Theory
A flowing current produces a magnetic field that can make a compass needle
move. A
Lab 4: Ohms Law
Jasmine Tazi
Lab Partners: Rory Harte, Janice
Lab TA: Jared Spaulding
Date: 2/27/14
Theory
A power supply maintains a potential difference, a voltage between its + and -
terminals. Wit