Capacitor Intro Lab- PhET
Note: This lab assumes familiarity with the relationship C=Q/V and investigates physical
factors that affect capacitance.
Directions: Access the PhET Capacitor Lab Simulation at
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This experiment was an exercise in statistical calculations. We calculated the mean or average and the standard deviation individually, in a group of three, and with the entire class.
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