Calc Based Physics MWF
Experiment #21: Electromagnetic Induction
Gregory L. Bailey
Hilary Campbell, Sean Courtenay, Malik McGee
Dr. Zhang
Martin Hall
Wednesday October 23th, 2013
Abstract:
When talking about electromagnetic force two laws come to mind tha
Experiment 16- Ohm's Law Brianna Przybysz February 7, 2008
Abstract The purpose of this laboratory was to examine the relationship of how resistances add together based on the structure of the circuit (series or parallel), according to the theory of
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Chapter 24
a. Current is the total amount of charge that passes through a conductor's full cross
section at any point per unit of time.
b. In order to maintain a steady flow of current in a conductor, a steady force must
be maintained on the mobile
Experiment #15: Electric Fields
Gregory L. Bailey
Hilary Campbell, Sean Courtenay, Malik McGee
Dr. Zhang
Martin Hall
Wednesday September 11th, 2013
Abstract:
The electric field exists at every point in space. It is a vector field. Because of these things
Experiment #15: Ohms Law
Gregory L. Bailey
Hilary Campbell, Sean Courtenay, Malik McGee
Dr. Zhang
Martin Hall
Wednesday September 18th, 2013
Abstract:
Ohms law is stated that Voltage is equal to current times the resistance (V=IR). You can use
properties
Experiment #17: The Wheatstone Bridge
Gregory L. Bailey
Hilary Campbell, Sean Courtenay, Malik McGee
Dr. Zhang
Martin Hall
Wednesday September 25th, 2013
Abstract:
The two formulas involving resistance are as follows: R= x (L/A) and Rx= (L2/L1) x Rs.
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Calc Based Physics MWF
Experiment #18: Galvanometer Characteristics
Gregory L. Bailey
Hilary Campbell, Sean Courtenay, Malik McGee
Dr. Zhang
Martin Hall
Date report is turned in October 2th, 2013
Abstract:
A galvanometer is an essential measuring tool for
Calc Based Physics MWF
Experiment #20: RC Time Constant
Gregory L. Bailey
Hilary Campbell, Sean Courtenay, Malik McGee
Dr. Zhang
Martin Hall
Wednesday October 9th, 2013
Abstract:
RC circuits are created when you have a resistor and capacitors in series. U