The relationship between
acceleration and mass.
By: Daniel Wangchuk
Due Date: February 20th, 2015
Course: SPH4U1
Teacher: Mr.Gower
Introduction / purposes:
The objective of conducting this experiment is to analyze the relationship between acceleration
of
Rutherford
s Gold Foil
Experiment
Purpose, Procedure,
Observations and short
comings.
Daniel Wangchuk
June 10, 2014
In 1908, Ernest Rutherford, with the help of Hans Geiger and Ernest Marsden, conducted
a series of experiment with the purpose of refining
Daniel Wangchuk
Soccer without physics is like a bird without wings.
If you ask me why I play soccer, I will ask you why do you breathe. Soccer is
a sport played between two teams of eleven players with a spherical ball. It is played by
250 million player
Parkdale Senior Socer Team
Name
1. Shakib
2. Amanuel
3. Prince
4. Lodoe
5. Dhondup
6. Karma
7.Seyon
8. Kunga
9. Yasinthan
10. Palden
11. Sonam
12. Rabyang
13. Ali
14. Jeremy
15. Thushant
16. Victor
17. Jampa
18. Tsering
19. Daniel
20. Mr. Maguire
21. Jon
Millikans
Oil Drop
Experimen
t
Purpose, Procedure,
Calculations
June 10, 2014
Daniel Wangchuk
The oil drop experiment was conducted in 1909 by Robert Millikan with the purpose of
finding the exact charge of one electron. Before this experiment was produce
Note: If the mass were to be determined through using an electronic milligram balance, it would have negligible more
accuracy since the added density of either KOH(aq) or HCl(aq) is negligible itself  even more so considering the dilute
concentration bei
The mathematician H. Minkowski gave a mathematical form to the special
relativity theory in 1907. A line involves only one dimension. We can locate
any point on a sheet of paper by measuring from that point to any two sides of
the paper that are perpendic
C alcul a tio n of the g's f el t
To calculate the g's felt, a formula from circular motion will be utilized. Since energy relationshipsdonotutilizetime,the
circularmotionformulausedwillalsonotutilizetime. ToworkouttheG'sfeltonarollercoastergoingintoaloop
Einstein illustrated the basic idea of general relativity with an imaginary
experiment. Suppose a lift is at rest in space. If a ball is released within the
lift, it will float in space and not fall. If the lift accelerates upward, an
observer within the
Hawking Radiation
AlthoughtheexistenceofHawkingradiationhasneverbeenobserved,there
is somedisputeoverwhetherHawkingradiationactuallyexistsornot.Itisa
thermal radiationpredictedtobeemittedbyblackholesduetoquantumeffects.
Steven Hawkingsuggeststhatbecausebl
Title: Measuring Electric Charge
Purpose: To quantitatively determine the amount of charge of an object. To design an
experiment that allows one to determine the amount of charge in an object.
Hypothesis: It should be possible to determine the charge by c
Objective:
The objective of this lab is to determine the relationship between the potential
difference across a conductor and the electric current through it. \

Materials:
Low voltage variable DC power supply\
Two different resistors
2 digital multimete
The cars are pulled by a chain to the top of the highest hill along the track. Then they are
released from the chain. As the front car begins its decent, the unpowered cars have
almost no speed and only a small acceleration.As morecars reach thedownwardsl
Acceleration is measured in "g", where 1 g corresponds to the vertical acceleration force
due to gravity. Roller coasters experience accelerations of 2.
Force
The Tidal Wave works by some of the most fundamental principles of physics.
Newton's First and S
the difference between velocity and acceleration. Velocity is how quickly an object
changes it position. The higher the velocity the quicker an object travels between two
locations. "phrases like,'.how fast., how quickly,' are used to describe velocity."
Below is the power produced by the ride :
 Power = work done / time taken = 1358.6 * 1.524 = 2071 Watts
As you can see from the information provided I can understand and show the relevant
physics principles involved. The large force and power show me how
Relativity
Einstein's theory of relativity has caught the imagination of the average person
more than any other physical theory in history. Yet the theory of relativity,
unlike many other results of physical science, is not easily understood by the
averag
Force causes linear acceleration, while torque causes angular acceleration
Torque: the tendency of a force to rotate an object about some axis, (vector), (units newtons)
, r is the distance between the rotation axis and the point of application of F, an
If a conductor on a fastmoving train compared his clock with the many clocks
in the stations he passed, he would find that the rhythm of his clock is faster
than the rhythm of the clocks on the ground. On the other hand, it will appear
to the stationmast
Physicists have known for more than a hundred years that when some
elements are heated to incandescence they give off a pattern of spectral lines
(coloured lines) which can be examined through a spectroscope. According to
the Einstein theory, the waveleng
Parralell Axis Theorem: ; ICM for an axis through the centre of mass; I for another axis,
parallel to the first
Chapter 11
Vector Product is the Cross Product: related to torque; Given any two vectors A and B, the
vector product of these two is defined
(speed is at a maximum when x=0)
Simple harmonic motion along a straight line can be represented by the projection of
uniform circular motion along a diameter of a reference circle
Simple Harmonic Motion is the 1D Projection of uniform circular motion