Central force problems and the hydrogen atom
Towards the end of last semester, you should have hopefully begun to extend your discussion of quantum mechanics to problems involving more than one particle and more than
one dimension. A natural theme that em
Magnetic Field Lab
1. Grab a piece of paper
2. Put the magnet down ( horseshoe or pole)
3. Trace the magnet with a pencil
4. Grab the
Summary of equations
Moment of a force: M O r F
Scalar projection of A along e: A e
Equivalent systems: Two systems are equivalent if the resultant force for the systems is equal and if
the resultant moment for the systems is equal
Equilibrium for a p
PHYS207 Lab 5
Accurately measure the force applied to a moving cart.
Accurately measure the carts velocity at different times to calculate its momentum.
Quantitatively compare the force applied to an object thr
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PHYS207 Lab 4
Work-Kinetic Energy Theorem
Accurately measure the work done by a falling mass to find the work done on a moving object.
Accurately measure the masses and velocities to determine an objects kinetic energy.
A star and all the material that orbits it, including its planets and
A great island of stars in space, all held together by gravity and
orbiting a common center
The sum total of all matter and e
Astronomy Midterm 1
Online exercise 02, phases of the moon
Download and do pre-labs before coming to lab
Chapter 2 Discovering the Universe for Yourself
With the naked eye, we can see more than 2000 stars as well as the
November 4, 2015
Constellation Project: The Moon
I chose to observe the moon as my celestial body. For a month, each night I would
observe the moon between 10-10:30 pm. I live in the Mia Galleria apartments on East
Two dimensional elastic collision with equal masses M before the collision
Rcm i= [ miri] /m =
Pi= mivi =
Vcm i= mivi /m =
Two dimensional elastic collision with equal masses M after the collision
Rcm f = [ mf rf ] /m =
Pf = mf vf
Vcm f = r/ t
When dividing several quantities, the number of significant digits in the
resultant must be:
o Equal to the number of significant digits in the least accurate
of the quantities
When adding several quantities, the number of decimal places
PHYS207 Lab 8
The Physical Pendulum
To study the behavior of a simple harmonic motion physical pendulum.
To fit the experimental data of vs t for a slightly damped physical pendulum with the equation
max e Bt cos t .
PHSY207 Lab 7 Rotational Motion
and the Moment of Inertia
Get an understanding of rotational motion and its relation to linear motion.
Gain experience in measuring, calculating and evaluating rotational quantities.
PHSY207 Lab 2 Vectors
Hands-on practice using vectors:
o Converting between magnitude and direction to unit vectors and vice-versa.
o Vector addition.
Introduction to Newtons first law of motion.
What You Turn In:
Turn in th
PHSY207 Lab 3
Coefficient of Friction
Determine the kinetic force of friction on a block of wood due to sliding on a track.
Find the kinetic coefficient of friction for different objects on the PASCO track.
o Determine how th
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PHYS207 Lab 1 Introduction
The Acceleration Due to Gravity
Gain familiarity with the PASCO equipment and Capstone data collection and analysis software.
Examine One Dimensional Motion.
Learn how to extract information from a