Diffraction
1. Objectives. The objectives of this laboratory are
a. To be able use a diffraction grating to measure the wavelength of light incident upon it.
b. To be able to determine the width of a slit using single-slit diffraction measurements.
c. To
RC Circuits
PHYS 1112L - Introductory Physics Laboratory II
Laboratory Advanced Sheet
1. Objectives. The objectives of this laboratory are
a. to verify the functional dependence of the potential difference across a capacitor in a charging
RC circuit, and
EKG Lab (IBEAM)
Laboratory Advanced Sheet
1. Objectives. The objectives of this laboratory are
a. to study the electrical activity of human heart
b. to observe how mild exercise and mild stimulants affect the electrical activity of human heart
2. Theory.
Electric Fields
PHYS 1112L - Introductory Physics Laboratory II
Laboratory Advanced Sheet
1. Objective. The objective of this laboratory exercise is to study the electric fields due to various
shaped charge distributions.
2. Theory. The apparatus that we
Faraday's Law
1. Objectives. The objectives of this laboratory are
a. to verify the dependence of the induced emf in a coil on the time rate of change of the
magnetic flux through the coil.
b. to be able to explain the variation in induced emf as a functi
Capacitors (IBEAM) LAB #2
PHYS 1112L - Introductory Physics Laboratory II
Laboratory Advanced Sheet
1. Introduction.
When you need electricity, it is nice to be able to throw a switch and get it. If you have access to
a generator, you can always insure th
Double-Slit Interference
1. Objectives. The objective of this laboratory is to verify the double-slit interference
relationship.
2. Theory.
a. When monochromatic, coherent light is incident upon a double slit, a pattern of constructive
and destructive int
dc Circuits
PHYS 1112L - Introductory Physics Laboratory II
Laboratory Advanced Sheet
1. Objectives. The objectives of this laboratory are
a. to be able to construct dc circuits given a circuit diagram and circuit components.
b. to test the relationships
Galvanometers and Voltmeters
PHYS 1112L - Introductory Physics Laboratory II
GALVANOMETERS
1. Objectives. The objectives of this laboratory are
a. to be able to characterize a galvanometer in terms of its internal resistance and current
sensitivity.
b. to
Thin Lenses
1. Objectives. The objectives of this laboratory are
a. to be able to measure the focal length of a converging lens.
b. to test the predictions of the thin lens equation when more than one lens is used to
produce an image of an object.
2. Theo
Snell's Law
1. Objectives.
The objectives of this laboratory are
a. to determine the index of refraction of a liquid using Snell's law.
b. to determine the indices of refraction of transparent solid plates of materials using
multiple reflections and Snell
Resistors (IBEAM)
PHYS 1112L - Introductory Physics Laboratory II
Laboratory Advanced Sheet
1. Introduction.
Most introductory physics courses contain problems of objects flying through the air or rolling
along the ground without considering the effects o