Matt Mautino
10/29/2012
I. Discover the relationship between tension of a string and the frequencies it can produce.
II. Change the tension in the strings and observe the number of nodes/ antinodes the
standing wave produces
III. Frequency is equal to the
Uniform Acceleration
Matt Mautino
Brooke Monnolly
Rick Puzzitiello
Andrew Galley
PHY 173 Section N
9/17/2012
I. Abstract
The acceleration due to gravity can be found by measuring the position an object has fallen/
rolled and the time it took to get to tha
Syllabus for Physics 173/183
Laboratory for Introductory Physics
Professor / Supervisor: Dr. Christopher Beer
Email: beercp@miamioh.edu
Text:
Physics 173/183 Laboratory Manual, published by the Miami University Department of Physics
and available in the b
The PreLab Analysis
A Complete prelab analysis in this course consists of 4 parts (I, II, III, and IV) are as follows:
I.
Final Result (and/or Final conclusion in some cases No values)
II.
Raw Data (No values)
III.
How the Final Result will be calculated
Conservation of Linear Momentum Formal Lab Report
Irene Kaptsan
Jennifer Kennedy
Amit Zigelman
Danny Mize
PHY 173 H
17 October 2013
I. Abstract
The concepts of the lab experiment were designed to test the conservation of linear
momentum and the conservati
Conservation of Linear Momentum Formal Lab Report
Irene Kaptsan
Jennifer Kennedy
Amit Zigelman
Danny Mize
PHY 173 H
17 October 2013
I. Abstract
The concepts of the lab experiment were designed to test the conservation of linear
momentum and the conservati
Irene Kaptsan
PHY 174 J
JustinGuenther
20 February 2014
Pre-Lab #3
Thermodynamics: Heat Capacity, Specific Heat, and the Calorimeter
1. The final objective of this lab are to:
a) observe that a calorimeter can be used to determine the specific heat capaci
Irene Kaptsan
PHY 174 J
Justin Guenther
Pre lab #4: Statistical Physics
I. The goal of this lab is to learn more about statistical physics by comparing statistical results to
expectations predicted by the probability theory.
II. The raw data for the first
Irene Kaptsan
PHY 174 J
JustinGuenther
20 February 2014
Pre-Lab #3
Thermodynamics: Heat Capacity, Specific Heat, and the Calorimeter
1. The final objective of this lab are to:
a) observe that a calorimeter can be used to determine the specific heat capaci
Irene Kaptsan
PHY 174 J
Justin Guenther
6 March 2014
Pre-Lab #4
Electrostatics: Electric Charge and Electric Field
1. The final objective of this lab are to:
a) quantitatively measure charge produced by rubbing, by contact, and by induction
b) plot the el
Irene Kaptsan
PHY 174 J
Justin Guenther
Pre lab #4: Statistical Physics
I. The goal of this lab is to learn more about statistical physics by comparing statistical results to
expectations predicted by the probability theory.
II. The raw data for the first
Kaptsan 1
Uniform Acceleration Formal Lab Report
Irene Kaptsan
Jennifer Kennedy
Amit Zigelman
PHY 173 H
19 September 2013
I. Abstract
In this lab, the variables of position, velocity, and acceleration were obtained through a
two-part experimentation that
Kaptsan 1
Uniform Acceleration Formal Lab Report
Irene Kaptsan
Jennifer Kennedy
Amit Zigelman
PHY 173 H
19 September 2013
I. Abstract
In this lab, the variables of position, velocity, and acceleration were obtained through a
two-part experimentation that
I.
II.
III.
IV.
Determine the acceleration due to gravity
Velocity at which a ball travels down a ramp and rate at which objects fall
Using equidistant markers, we will measure the time it takes for the ball to pass each one
and observe how the time inter
Standing Waves
Matt Mautino
Matt Bricklebank
Alexis Landis
Alexa Kruger
PHY 173 Section N
11/5/2012
I. Abstract:
The goal of this lab is to study the reflection of waves in a string and how the action produces
standing waves. Producing the standing waves
I. Determine the details of projectile motion such as the time and distance of flight as well
as where the object will land.
II. The horizontal displacement of the object as well as flight time
III. Using an algebraic formula to determine the horizontal d
I. Determine the conservation of linear momentum and impulse of elastic and inelastic
collisions.
II. Observe the velocity vectors and masses of each of the corresponding carts
III. Using the velocity vectors and masses of each of the cart, along with New
I. Determine how Conservation of Energy is applied in real life and see how different forms
of experimentation can affect results in relation to the conservation of energy.
II. The potential and kinetic energy of a pool ball by measuring the mass, acceler
Irene Kaptsan
PHY 174 J
Justin Guenther
6 March 2014
Pre-Lab #4
Electrostatics: Electric Charge and Electric Field
1. The final objective of this lab are to:
a) quantitatively measure charge produced by rubbing, by contact, and by induction
b) plot the el