Physics 30 Lab: Half-Life of Beer Foam
Submitted to Mr. A. Watt January 6
Purpose: To determine the half-life of beer foam.
Manipulated variable: The time taken for the beer to foam and settle.
Responding variable: The height of the foam
Physics 30 Lab: Coulombs Law
Submitted to Mr. A. Watt October 11
Purpose: Investigation into Coulombs Law Fe r 2
Manipulated variable: separation distance
Responding variable: mass recorded on the scale (magnitude of electric force)
Physics 30 Lab: Refraction of Light (Snells Law)
Submitted to Mr. A. Watt November 10
Purpose: To observe the refraction of light as it passes from air into
Lucite and to calculate the index of refraction for Lucite.
Inclined Plane Lab
Problem: What effect will increasing the steepness of the board have on how
force is required to lift the car?
Materials: * smooth board at least 3 feet long and 4 inches wide
* small car
* spring scale
A cluster of newly formed stars in a spiral arm of the Milky Way
galaxy. Physicists are using atomic theories to understand the
structure and evolution of the universe.
In this chapter, you will learn about:
the idea of the quantum
the waveparticle duality
basic concepts of
When you have completed this
chapter, you will be able to:
Data Sheets of
Periodic Table of the Elements
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Uniform motion (Fnet = 0)
This series of photos of a supernova remnant shows the various types of
electromagnetic radiation that are being emitted from the supernova
remnant. The large