A Classical and Relativistic Trip to a Black Hole
Apply motion calculations involving distance, velocity, acceleration and time.
Apply Newton's Laws of Motion.
Apply concepts of density, circular motion, gravitation, escape velocity, a
Peter Jeschofnig, Ph.D.
Review the safety materials and wear goggles when
working with chemicals. Read the entire exercise
before you begin. Take time to organize the materials
you will need and set aside
Static Electricity Informal Report Worksheet
Name: Kara Acosta
Pre Lab Questions
1. What is the name of the force responsible for holding an electron to an atom?
The Electrostatic Force.
2. If an object is contains + 4.32 x 10-15 C of charg
Lab 5: Capacitance in a Circuit
Date Performed: 7/7/2017
Objective: Our objective in this lab is to observe and describe the charging and
discharging process for a capacitor in an RC circuit, show that voltage across a
Lab #2 Electric Fields
June 23rd 2017
PHY 112 C11
A. What generalizations can you make from this exploration?
- From this experiment, I noticed that the electrical field lines actually curve more
drastically where the most el
Lab 7: Polarized Light
Objective: My objectives include, to study the polarization of light, polarizing filters, and light
intensity changes through polarizing filters.
Observations and Results:
Part One: When looking th
Lab 6: Electric Motor
My first observation in this lab was that it was certainly not easy! It took me a couple tries and two wires
to get the motor functioning properly, I noticed that if you did not complet