Phys 122 IN
Experiment 3 Introduction to electrical
circuits
Monica Vogel
6-7-2015
Abstract:
This experiment acts as a proof for Ohms law, where we calculate voltage and current by
constructing our own circuits. The voltage and current of each circuit wer
Abstract
We mean to test the current flow through circuits in series and in parallel using
Ohms law to calculate resistance, voltage and current.
Theory
This lab was designed to explore circuitry, and the properties of circuits in series or
in parallel. I
PHY 122 IN
Experiment 9: Diffraction Grating
Monica Vogel
7-12-15
Abstract:
This experiment explores the physical relationship between the diffraction pattern cast by
a beam of light, the distance between the slits of the diffractor and the wavelength of
PHYS 122 IN
Capacitance in a Circuit: Experiment 6
Monica Vogel
6-21-15
Abstract:
In this experiment we are exploring the charging and discharging of capacitators
in a Resistor-Capacitance (R-C) Circuit. We observed that the discharge capacitance
decrease
Abstract:
This experiment is designed to explore the basic concepts of electric motors. Using the
most basic supplies, like batteries, magnets, and wire it is possible to create a simple
motor.
Theory:
This motor set-up is possible based on the properties
Monica Vogel
PHY112
Due 4/10/17
Lab: Calorimetry
Purpose:
The purpose of this lab is to explore the practical uses of calorimetry
to assess heat flow between objects. To do this we will be calculating the
specific heat capacity of an unknown metal object.
Nicolas Bojorquez
Maria
Nick
Michael Shulby
PHY 121
Lab 8: Momentum Energy & Collision
Background
Momentum conservation and sometimes energy conservation can often be measured based off
of the collision of two low-friction carts on a horizontal plane. Whe
LAB 6- FRICTION
October 12, 2016
PHY 121 IN
TA:Cameron Nicholas
GROUP:
Nick Beringson
Sabina Saeed
Jeannine Palacios
Marimar Torres
Kili Lyons-Letts
Introduction:
The main objectives of the experiment were to help illustrate how the force applied to a sti
Lead Author: Ally Osorio
Nick Beringson
Jeannine Palacios
Lab 3: Gravity- The effect of a ramp angle on the acceleration of a cart to determine G
Introduction
This experiment was conducted in order to investigate how the angle of a ramp affects the accele
COLLEGE PHYSICS
Motion in Two or
Three Dimensions
CHAPTER 03
Three Examples of Motion.
Motion in 2 or 3 dimensions uses the same ideas as
1-D motion
In 2 or 3 dimensional motion, velocity and
acceleration must be treated as vector quantities
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Displacement
Change in position!
Initial position: xo (sometimes xi)
Final position: xf (sometimes no subscript)
means final minus initial
Displacement: x = xf xo
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Estimation Task
Challenge: Using a caliper and meter stick,
measure the width of the room to 4 significant
figures (SigFigs)?
Procedure
Accuracy of tools
Greatest source of uncertainty
How to do better?
Proportional Reasoning
How many
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Date
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1. A friend prepares to place
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Slope = 7
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a. What are the units for the
slope of this graph?
b. What does the slope of
the graph tell you in this
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Electricity & Magnetism
Lecture 2
Todays Concepts:
Electric Fields
Flux
Gausss Law
Presentation Created by Dr. Adam Lark
Electric Field
All charges emanate an electric field that
permeates all space.
Positive Charge
Negative Charge
Field points away from
Electricity & Magnetism
Lecture 7
Todays Concepts:
Magnetism
Magnetic Forces
Presentation Created by Dr. Adam Lark
Magnets
Opposites attract
Like repel
Magnets produce
magnetic fields!
CHAPTER 19: FIGURE 19-2
COLLEGE PHYSICS | FREEDMAN | RUSKELL | KESTEN
Electricity & Magnetism
Lecture 1
Todays Concepts:
Coulombs Law
Presentation Created by Dr. Adam Lark
Electric Force
Coulomb force
What causes it?
New variable!
q=charge
Measured in Coulombs
A Coulomb is big!
Electrons are small: qe=e=1.6x10-19 C
Two kind
Electricity & Magnetism
Lecture 5
Todays Concepts:
Current
Voltage
Resistance
Resistivity
Presentation Created by Dr. Adam Lark
Current
The amount of charge passing per unit time.
We know that electrons are
moving through the circuit
Current Convention:
p
Electricity & Magnetism
Lecture 3
Todays Concepts:
Electric Potential Energy
Electric Potential
Presentation Created by Dr. Adam Lark
Electric Field and Forces Review
Force
Only works between
multiple charges
r
Vector!
Electric Field
q
Q
By dividing by th
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Practice Test 4 lenses, relativity, particle
1. A 1cm long horse fly hovers 1cm from a shiny sphere with a radius of 25cm. Describe the location of
the image of the fly, its type (real or virtual), and its length.
-.92cm=d(i), so h(i) m
Short answer. Show all your work, starting with an original equation, for maximum credit. Include
units with numerical answers.
1. In the circuit shown, the current through the 700-!) resistor is measured to be 1.80 A.
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and include units. -
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The surface charge density on the inside surface 13-100 nC/m
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Physics 210 Introductory Mechanics Spring 2015 CRN 22089
Exam 3
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Physics 210 Introductory Mechanics Summer 2015 CRN 30912
Exam 2
Name
Date
On all problems Show work and circle answers.
1) [15 points] A rock climber whose mass is 70.0kg has tied her
rope to a rock and is descending a cliff. The rock has a coefficien
Physics 210 Introductory Mechanics Spring 2015 CRN 22089
Exam 1
Name
Date
011 all problems Show work and circle answers.
1) [15 points] The position of an object (in meters) is given by X(t) = 5t3+2t+2, where t is measured
in seconds.
a. At t=3s what is t
Physics 210 introductory Mechanics Summer 2015 CRN 30912
Newtons Laws Quiz
On all problems Show work and circle answers.
1) [10 points] State Newton 5 rst law and give the equation(s) 2 2% cfw_2 f ,2 f (2.2%.
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Physics 210
Professor:Dwight Lee Denney
Lab 10: Momentum and Collisions
June 30, 2015
Purpose:
In this lab we use a setup of carts on a track to test elastic, inelastic, and explosive
collisions. We then use Logger Pro to analyze videos
Date
10/15/2015
PHY 210
Lab 9
Conservation of Mechanical Energy
Purpose
Measure the velocity of a ball using two photo gates and a software to
measure time.
Apply energy concepts to prove the conservation of mechanical energy
Take trails variations in
Torque and Angular Acceleration
Purpose
So far, we have been studying and applying concepts such as force, mass, position, linear
velocity, linear acceleration and translational kinetic energy to moving objects. Now with the
study of rotational kinematics
Lab #6: Atwoods Machine
Date: March 07, 2016
Physics 210
Purpose
The intention of the Atwoods Machine, a machine that hangs two
different masses labeled M1 and M2, is to determine the relationship
among the two masses on the machine and the acceleration u