Conceptual Physics PhET Lab 08f: E/M Waves
Goal: To investigate relationships between frequency, wavelength and energy of emitted photons of light.
Open the PhET model, Neon Lights and other Discharge Lamps . Spend a few minutes familiarizing
Table: Density of Liquid
material or substance name
Table: Critical Properties and Acentric Factor; Inorganic Compounds
mol. formula material or CAS Registry
silver chlorid 7783-90-6
silver iodide 7783-96-2
Table: Coefficient of Thermal Expansion of Liquid; Inorganic Compounds
Yaws' Handbook of Thermodynamic and Physical Properties of Chemical Compounds
Enthalpy Of Fusion
Material or substance name.
Other possible name(s) used for materials or substances.
COEFFICIENT OF THERMAL EXPANSION OF LIQUID
Carl L. Yaws
Lamar University, Beaumont, Texas
Results for thermal expansion coefficient of liquids are presented for organic and inorganic
chemicals. The results are especially helpful in the
El experimento de
DE QU ESTA COMPUESTO?
ESTRUCTURA DE UN
TIPOS DE CIDOS NUCLECOS
Reducir el tamao de un slido hasta el nivel deseado mediante el proceso denominado molienda,
ya sea por choque, aplastamiento o desgaste.
Clasificar las diferentes partculas por medio del tamizado de acuerdo a su tamao.
Usar adecuadamente los
Astronomy 1 Winter 2011
Lecture 7; January 19 2011
Previously on Astro1
What is light? Light is electromagnetic radiation
Homework Due 01/26/11
On your own: answer all the review questions
in chapter 6
To TAs: answer questions 6.32 6.36 6.48 6.40
Total Points: 30
PH300 Spring 2011
1. (1 Point) Each week you should review both your answers and the solutions for the previous
week's homework to make sure that you understand all the questions and how to answer them
54)Suppose the surface temperature of the Sun were about 12,000K rather than 6000K. a
How much more thermal radiation would the Sun emit? b What would happen to the Suns
wavelength of peak emission? c Do you think it would still be possible to h
Discharge Lamps Homework Activity
Learning Goals: Be able to explain how a discharge lamp works and how energy is
transferred in each process involved in a discharge lamps.
For this problem, you will be investigating the Discharge Lamps Simulation.
DENSITY OF LIQUID
Carl L. Yaws, Ralph W. Pike, Suraj W. Deore, Praveen Bajaj, and Harman Singh
The correlation for density of a liquid as a function of temperature is given by:
density = A * B^-(1-T/Tc) ^n Eq. 1
where density = saturated liqui