Section 2
1.
(a) (1/2 point) Explain your observations of the pie tins and Styrofoam peanuts. What force
caused these phenomena? How did this force arise?
After a few seconds, the pie tins began to fly off from the generator
one by one. Similarly, the Sty
2CL Experiment 1 Rubric
September 30, 2012
1
Points
Data = 3pts
Analysis = 2pts
Conclusion = 1pt
Data refers to any measurements relevant to the analysis (e.g. the measured resistance of
the light bulb). Also, any data tables, plots, etc. Please follow t
Worksheet
Section 3
1. Based off your observation of the Pom-Pom on the Van de Graaff generator,
how is charge distributed on the main sphere of the generator? What
happens to this charge distribution when the grounding rod is brought near.
What is happen
Christopher Werry
Olexiy Dvornikov
01/24/2012
Lab 1
Wed 9AM
Resistance
Size
Resistance
1x4cm
0.011M
2x4cm
0.075M
1x8cm
0.159M
There is a difference in the values
Increasing the length increases resistance (R). With area kept constant, length doubled and
Section 4
1. (a) (1/2 point) How does the shape of the foil affect the capacitance? Would it still be a
capacitor if the foil and mylar took on a different shape; say for example if the top sheet of foil
were crumpled into a ball?
The shape of the foil wi
Christopher Werry
Olexiy Dvornikov
01/24/2012
Lab 1
Wed 9AM
Resistance
Size
Resistance
1x4cm
0.011M
2x4cm
0.075M
1x8cm
0.159M
There is a difference in the values
Increasing the length increases resistance (R). With area kept constant, length doubled and
Physics 2CL Lab 2
Name:
Section:
9 Worksheet
Please complete the following worksheet in the space provided. Answer questions fully,
but concisely. If more space is needed attach an addendum to the back of the report (this
may also be necessary for figures
Dereck Bejarano
A11931103
Physics Lab 2CL
2CL Datastudio and MATLAB Assignment
We found the steady-state voltage and its uncertainty to be
3
0 1.0 x 10
Volts by using the
standard deviation feature in Datastudio and referring to the mean and the standard
Worksheet
Section 3
1. What effect does folding the foil in half have on capacitance? Explain this
both in terms of your observation and in terms of the physics of the
capacitor.?
When folding the foil in half the observed capacitance was lower than
the o
Physics 2CL Lab 1
6
Name:
Section:
Worksheet
Please complete the following worksheet in the space provided. Answer questions fully, but
concisely. If more space is needed attach an addendum to the back of the report (this may
also be necessary for figures
2CL Datastudio and MATLAB Fitting HW
Assignment
1
Introduction
This assignment is meant as a guide to manipulating and exporting data from Datastudio, followed by tting a model function in MATLAB. You will do this almost every lab
so please make sure you
Solutions to Final Exam 2CL, Winter 2008.
1. The power P dissipated at two resistors R1 and R2 connected in series is P=I2(R1+R2), where I is the applied current. A student measures R1=100 4 and R2=15 3 , while I=72 5 mA. a) Calculate the value o
Christopher Werry
Partner: Sharon Xu
3/6/12
Lab 7
Wed 9AM
2.1 Boundary Conditions
Q: Consider a light ray in air, whose index is essentially 1.00 (that of vacuum), normally
incident on a sheet of glass, for which, typically, n2 = 1.5. What fraction of the
Experiment 2: Oscillation and Damping in the LRC Circuit
Introduction
In this laboratory you will construct an LRC series circuit and apply a constant voltage over it. You will view the voltage drop over the various elements of the circuit with the oscill
Christopher Werry
Methods
3.1 Flip Coil Method
Method was followed directly from the lab instructions. The magnet was moved across the flip coil quickly and
consistently. The integrator circuit allowed for the measurement of voltage values, which were the
Analysis
Induction Demonstration
The direction of the magnetic field is. The direction of the flux of the magnetic field is.
The LED emitted a green color when pushed in, and red when pulled out. This means that
the current is flowing in the opposite dir
Physics 2CL Fall 2011 Lab Skills Exam
Name:
13
Equations and constants:
2
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L
dQ
("V ) F = q E ;
2
Power = I ("V ) = I R =
R="
" = " o [1 + # (T $ To )] ; "V = IR ; I =
o
R;
A;
dt ;
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q1 q2
q
qq
Q
; E = ke 2 ; "E = EA cos # ; "E = inside ; PE elec,p
Section 3
1. (1 point) Why does the magnet take longer to fall through the copper tube than the
aluminium piece? What is happening in the tube to exert a force?
Through Lenzs law we can understand why the magnet took longer to fall through the copper
tube
Christopher Werry
Partner: Nathan Klarer
2/8/12
Lab 3
Wed 9AM
Data
Multi-loop circuits and Kirchoffs Rules
Battery 1
Battery 2
(V1)
(V2)
Voltage
1.362
1.367
(V)
*Uncertainty value of 0.001 for current sensor
R1
R2
R3
100.
324.
Resistance ()
8
10.1 7
Volta
Ver. A
Physics 2CL Winter 2016 Exam
1. A student is performing an experiment using a parallel plate capacitor
composed of two identical metal disks separated by vacuum. She wants
to confirm the parallel plate capacitor formula,
C=c
A
First she measures th
Black Box A R(kohms)
Black Box B R(kohms)
unknown
V down to .001 when
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battery1 battery2 R1
R2
1.392
1.382
100.8
1.362
1.367
1.209
1.193
1.207
0.012
A-B
Voltage (V):
Initial V and R
R1 current
R2 current
R3 current
Current (A):
B-C
60.21
Physics 2CL Experiment 1
Resistance
Please carefully read the following:
Be sure that every page of the lab manual has been printed correctly.
This manual has 11 pages.
Print your name and section on the top of every page.
This lab is to be completed w
Worksheet
Section 4
1. Describe, using the relevant physics, how moving a magnet near a solenoid
induces a voltage across it. How does the speed of the magnet affect the
voltage? What about turning the magnet upside down?
Moving a magnet near a solenoid s
Physics 2CL
Summer II 2007
Name: Student ID: Section: Day_ Time _
Quiz 6 Physics 2CL: Electricity, Magnetism, Waves, & Optics Laboratory 27 August 2007
Problem 1 [4 points]
1 1 1 + = and a table of data for u -1 and v -1 on can determine u v f th
Physics 2CL Experiment 3
Kirchho s Laws
Please carefully read the following:
Be sure that every page of the lab manual has been printed correctly.
This manual has 17 pages.
Print your name and section on the top of every page.
This lab is to be complet
Physics 2CL Experiment 2
Capacitance
Please carefully read the following:
Be sure that every page of the lab manual has been printed correctly.
This manual has 13 pages.
Print your name and section on the top of every page.
This lab is to be completed
2CL Lab 6 Fitting
March 5, 2014
1
Underdamped
The underdamped plot is a bit more complex than previous weeks. The function were modelling
is the underdamped transient response of an RLC circuit:
t/2
V (t) = V0 e
=
L
R
D =
sin D t
1
R2
LC
4L2
The following
Physics 2CL
Physics Laboratory: Electricity and Magnetism, Waves and Optics
Spring Quarter 2011, UC San Diego
Instructor:
Prof. Oleg Shpyrko, [email protected]
Office: Mayer Hall Addition 3210
Phone: (858) 534-3066
Office Hours: Monday, 11AM-Noon
Physics 2CL Lab Rubric
Lab 1
Worksheet
Please complete the following worksheet questions in the space provided. You
may type your answers if youd prefer. On any calculations be sure to show
all work to receive full credit and circle your final answer. You
Physics 2CL Lab Rubric
Lab 2
Worksheet
Please complete the following worksheet questions in the space provided. You
may type your answers if youd prefer. On any calculations be sure to show
all work to receive full credit and circle your final answer. You
Final Bio 3
1.
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3.
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5.
6.
7.
03/13/2015
Lecture 12:
Enlarging the location where a hox gene is express will usually
a. Change the identity of segmental structures
i. Why?
1. They confer segmental identity because hox genes give
identity of the segment
bild 3 weird animals lecture 3
01/14/2015
The sharp-ribbed newt
It has sharp ribs
Has toxin glands in skin so its secreting something not nice to get
into you
When its threatened, it is able to rotate its ribs anteriorily so they
stick straight out
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