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1. Shown in the gure below is the view from above of a sliding bar of resistance R and length L. The bar is free to slide along the rails without
friction. The system is immersed in a magnetic eld pointed out of the
page (toward you). The bar
FINAL
1. Shown in the gure below are two point charges located along the x axis.
Determine all the following:
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(a) Find the magnitude and direction of the electric eld at the origin.
(b) Find the magnitude of the potential at the origin.
PHY134
CAPACITORS
Exp. 2
Abstract
In this experiment, we will explore and test the basic properties of capacitors in both series and
parallel combinations. We will verify the principles that:
1. For capacitors wired in SERIES
(a) The charge on each capaci
PHY134
Resonance
Exp. 7
Abstract
The purpose of this lab is to investigate the properties of an LRC resonant circuit when it is under the
resonant condition. We will measure the magnitude and phase of the voltage across each of the circuit
elements and co
PHY134
OSCILLOSCOPE
Exp. 1
Abstract
In this lab, we will not learn a physics principle. Instead, we will learn how to use two particular
tools: an oscilloscope and a wave function generator. The oscilloscope is a device that can be considered
as electroni
PHY134
OPTICS
Exp. 8
Abstract
In this lab, we will demonstrate the principles of reection and refraction.
1
Knowledge and Understanding Goals
At the end of this lab, your should understand all the following:
Snells law of refraction.
What is the meaning
Linear Interpolation (chap 2)
Some Numerical Methods (1)
Obtain a value at point b, where a<b<c
f (b ) = f ( a ) +
ba
[ f ( c ) f ( a )]
ca
Linear Modeling (Chap 4)
Given values: a set of data points
Linear Modeling (Also called linear regression):
A pro
PHY124
Magnetic Force II
Exp. 4b
Abstract
In this experiment a simple current balance will be used to measure the force on a current-carrying
wire in a magnetic eld. The magnetic eld is produced by a solenoid, and from the magnitude of the
force on the wi
PHY124
Magnetic Force I
Exp. 4
Abstract
The purpose of this laboratory is to measure the eects of a magnetic eld on a current-carrying
wire. In the lecture part of this class, we frequently consider a wire that appears to oat in the air and
thereby calcul
PHY134
DC CIRCUITS
Abstract
In this lab we will have several objectives:
1. Understand the properties and use of a Voltmeter.
2. Understand the properties and use of an Ammeter.
3. Measure (and alter) several DC circuits to verify and understand Ohms Law.
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