Physics
Chapter 21:
Magnetism
Magnetism
Magnets
Caused by the Polarization of Iron
Molecules
Material Containing Iron (Fe)
Magnetism
Polarization
The Alignment of Charged Molecules Within
the Material
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Photoelectric Effect Lab
Background
Physics was at its pinnacle of understanding the natural world as of 1900. Only three things had yet to be
explained. Physics assumed once blackbody radiation, photoelectric effect and atomic spectra were
explain
Lab: Projectile Motion (28 points)
Objectives
After you have completed this laboratory, you will be able to:
Analyze and describe the motion of a projectile that is accelerating.
Use kinematics equations to find the velocity and angle at which a
projectil
Lab: Constant Velocity (26 points)
Objectives
After you have completed this laboratory, you will be able to:
Calculate the velocity of a moving toy car.
Create a distance vs. time graph.
Introduction
Velocity is a value that describes an objects speed and
Lab: Circle (32 points)
Objectives
After you have completed this laboratory, you will be able to:
Accurately measure in centimeters using a ruler.
Graph data and write the equation of the line.
Explain what the slope and y-intercept on your graph represen
Lab: Free Fall (26 points)
Objectives
After you have completed this laboratory, you will be able to:
Calculate the distance and displacement of a freely falling object, given the
time of flight.
Calculate the average velocity and instantaneous velocity of
Lab: Free Fall (26 points)
Objectives
After you have completed this laboratory, you will be able to:
Calculate the distance and displacement of a freely falling object, given the time
of flight.
Calculate the average velocity and instantaneous velocity of
Lab: Sound (26 points)
Objectives
After you have completed this laboratory, you will be able to:
Create resonance in an air tube.
Calculate wavelength of a sound wave.
Calculate the speed of sound in air.
Introduction
Sound is a longitudinal wave that is
Lab: Work and Power (26 points)
Objectives
After you have completed this laboratory, you will be able to:
Calculate work done.
Calculate power used.
Introduction
Performing various tasks as you go about your day takes energy to do that sort of work.
The p
Lab: Plane Mirrors (25 points)
Objectives
After you have completed this laboratory, you will be able to:
Describe reflection off a plane mirror.
Relate the angle between plane mirrors to the number of images seen in the
mirrors.
Introduction
Most people u
Lab: Newtons First Law (26 points)
Objectives
After you have completed this laboratory, you will be able to:
Use Newtons first law.
Identify inertia in given situations.
Introduction
Isaac Newton is arguably the most influential scientist who contributed
Lab: Free Fall (26 points)
Objectives
After you have completed this laboratory, you will be able to:
Calculate the distance and displacement of a freely falling object, given the time
of flight.
Calculate the average velocity and instantaneous velocity of
Lab: Waves in Water (26 points)
Objectives
After you have completed this laboratory, you will be able to:
Describe the motion of waves in water.
Explain how wave patterns can change.
Introduction
Waves in water are transverse waves that travel along in st
Lab: Projectile Motion (28 points)
Objectives
After you have completed this laboratory, you will be able to:
Analyze and describe the motion of a projectile that is accelerating.
Use kinematics equations to find the velocity and angle at which a projectil
Lab: Electrostatics (25 points)
Objectives
After you have completed this laboratory, you will be able to:
Understand how objects are charged by contact.
Describe the forces between like and unlike charges.
Describe the effect of charged objects on uncharg
Lab: Electric Circuits (26 points)
Objectives
After you have completed this laboratory, you will be able to:
Complete an electric circuit.
Identify the properties of circuits that electricians manipulate to change the
amount of energy flowing.
Introductio
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Lab: Projectile Motion (28 points)
Objectives
After you have completed this laboratory, you will be able to:
Analyze and describe the motion of a projectile that is accelerating.
Use kinematics equations to find the velocity and angle at which a
projectil
Lab: Circle (32 points)
Objectives
After you have completed this laboratory, you will be able to:
Accurately measure in centimeters using a ruler.
Graph data and write the equation of the line.
Explain what the slope and y-intercept on your graph represen
Lab: Constant Velocity (26 points)
Objectives
After you have completed this laboratory, you will be able to:
Calculate the velocity of a moving toy car.
Create a distance vs. time graph.
Introduction
Velocity is a value that describes an objects speed and
Lab: Force of Friction (27 points)
Objectives
After you have completed this laboratory, you will be able to:
Draw a free-body force diagram for an object on an inclined plane.
Use a free-body force diagram to analyze the motion of an object.
Explain what
Lab: Molecular Motion (26 points)
Objectives
After you have completed this laboratory, you will be able to:
Explain how temperature affects molecular motion.
Relate heat and temperature.
Introduction
Particles on a molecular level are constantly in motion
Lab: Calorimeter (26 points)
Objectives
After you have completed this laboratory, you will be able to:
Describe the relationship between heat and Calories.
Calculate amount of Calories in food.
This lab involves using fire and an open flame. Have an adult
Lab: Radiation (26 points)
Objectives
After you have completed this laboratory, you will be able to:
Describe how heat is transferred via radiation.
Explain how solar radiation can be used as a heating source.
Introduction
The sun is the ultimate source o
Lab: Conduction in Gases (25 points)
Objectives
After you have completed this laboratory, you will be able to:
Observe how heat is conducted through a gas.
Compare and contrast conduction and convection.
Introduction
Heat can be transferred through conduc