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GENERAL PHYSICS II
PHY 2049
UNIQUE # 204917
Spring Semester 2017
TR 11:00-12:15
OLD DRS BLDG66
Temperature, Heat and The First law of Thermodynamics
Def: Temperature is a measure of hot or how cold an object is. It is
a measure of the kinetic energy of th
Lab 3: Ohms Law
College Physics II Lab
Dr. Niculescu
1/25/12
Tyler Wester
Kamilyah Miller
Robert Gaines
Taniqua Carter
Introduction: Ohm's Law deals with the relationship between voltage and current in an
ideal conductor. This relationship states that the
Lab 2: Mapping of Electric Field
College Physics II Lab
Dr. Niculescu
1/18/12
Tyler Wester
Kamilyah Miller
Robert Gaines
Introduction: The objective of this experiment is to study the potentials, curves, and
electric fields produced by various two dimensi
Lab 4: Resistors in Series and Parallel
College Physics 2 Lab
Dr. Niculescu
2/1/2012
Tyler Wester
Lab Partners: Kamilyah Miller, Robert Gaines, Taniqua Carter
Introduction: In the previous experiment we studied Ohm's law for a single resistor. As a
matter
Lab 1: Determination of Electron
Charge
College Physics II Lab
Dr. Niculescu
1/12/12
Tyler Wester
Amy Johnson
Camisha Lee
Robert Gaines
Introduction: The purpose of this laboratory is to study and measure the electric charge.
In this lab the objective was
Lab 8: Oscilloscope Measure
College Physics 2 Labs
Dr. Niculescu
2/29/2012
Tyler Wester
Lab Partners: Kamilyah Miller, Robert Gaines, Taniqua Carter
Introduction: The oscilloscope is used to obtain "voltage versus time" pictures of electrical
signals. The
Lab 5: Capacitor
College Physics 2 Lab
Dr. Niculescu
2/8/2012
Tyler Wester
Lab Partners: Kamilyah Miller, Robert Gaines, Taniqua Carter
Introduction: The purpose of this experiment is to study the voltage across a capacitor as it
charged or discharged thr
Lab 12: Slit Diffraction
College Physics 2 Labs
Dr. Niculescu
4/4/2012
Tyler Wester
Lab Partners: Kamilyah Miller and Taniqua Carter
Experiment One
Introduction: This lab examines the diffraction pattern formed by laser light passing through a
single slit
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6.5 A i
After a week of mayhem, heart ache, and turmoil, I needed somewhere I could reconnect
to my high. I was dehydrated, thirsty for a powerful word. Where else to quench my desires
but the A.M.E. Church? You see, everything I consider necessary dwell inside t
Objective
The objective of this experiment is to comprehend the concept of torque and
explore and identify the conditions that must be met for the equilibrium of a rigid body.
Particularly, to understand that equilibrium of an extended object does not sol
Objective
The purpose of this experiment is to demonstrate Archimedes Principle both in
concept and in magnitude.
Introduction
Archimedes Principle will be tested by measuring the buoyant force acting on a
submerged object. The buoyant force of four diffe
Objective
The purpose of this experiment is to understand the concept of harmonic motion,
damping oscillators, and relationship between the amplitude, time, and oscillations.
Theory
Harmonic motion or simple harmonic motion is an important part of Physic.
Objective
The purpose of this experiment is to understand the concept of harmonic motion,
using Hookes Law and the properties of an oscillating spring.
Theory and Introduction
Harmonic motion or simple harmonic motion is an important part of Physic.
Harmo
Objective
This experiment was performed to gain understanding of the conservation of
linear momentum.
Theory
The total linear momentum of a system involving the collision between two objects will
not be altered during collision according to Newtons third
Objective
This experiment was performed to compare measured values of rotational inertia
to values calculated using the theory that well be explained below in the theory section of
this report. The rotational inertia of both discrete masses and extended b
Equation Sheet for Final
g=9.8m/s2
G=6.67x10-11Nm2kg-2
R=8.31J/mol.K
NA=6.02x1023
1
v v 0 at
x - x 0 v 0 t at 2
2
a b ab cos a x b x a y b y a z b z
y tan 0 x
F ma
gx 2
2v0 cos 0
1 2
mv
2
1
1
Ws kxi2 kx 2f
2
2
K
2
ME=5.94x1024kg
k=1.38x10-23J/K
v 2 v
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PHY214OnlineLab06
Lab 06: Circuits
PURPOSE
In this experiment we will investigate the
properties of circuits.
You will use an online simulation from the
University of Colorado, Boulder, called
Circuit Construction Kit (AC+DC).
THEORY
Resistor Circuits:
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