Lab 1: Electric Fields
Introduction
In this lab, we were able to explore the concepts of electric fields and electric potentials. Charged
particles exert a force on each other, known as the electrosta
Lab #8: Diffraction, Interference, and the Wave Nature of Light
Carly Noel, Victoria Orlowski, Marta Bjorn
Lab Table #1
Introduction
In this lab, the wavelength of a laser is found using diffraction a
Lab 3: Newtons Second Law of Motion
Alyssa Kahan and Jocelyn Sausner
Introduction:
This experiment examines the relationship between force, velocity and mass. Isaac Newtons 2nd
Law of Motion provides
Lab 5: Energy and Work
Jocelyn Sausner and Alyssa Kahan
Introduction:
Energy is a scalar quantity associated with the ability to do work, with the unit
joules (J). The energy associated with motion is
Lab #4: Energy and Work
Introduction
Energy (SI unit of Joule) is the capacity to do work on an object, and it can exist in many
forms. When looking at energy associated to the object's motion and pos
Lab1:ElectricFields
Introduction:
Theelectrostaticforceappliedtoaparticularparticlewithchargeqiscalculatedbasedon
theequation:
F=qE
,whereforceandtheelectricfieldarevectorforces,andchargeis
F
E
q
.
In
1
Lab #2: Kinematics and Projectile Motion
Davis Miller, Hanna Li
Lab Table #6
Introduction
Kinematics is concerned with the motion of objects and the relationship
between position, velocity, and a
Momentum
Introduction
In this lab, concepts of impulse and momentum conservation will be explored. Momentum () is
defined as the product of mass and velocity:
=
Since velocity is a vector quantity,
Newtons Second Law of Motion
Introduction
Newtons three laws of dynamics describe the causes of motion as forces and lay out how these
forces interact with objects to create motion. The First Law of D
Kinematics and Projectile Motion
Introduction
This lab will explore kinematics, which is the study of the motion of objects. Most notably,
kinematics is concerned with the relationship between positio
Labe #1: Vectors, Forces, and Equilibrium
Jocelyn Sausner, Alyssa Kahan
Introduction
In this lab, we used a force sensor to determine the validity of vector components.
Along with this we studied vect
Lab #2: Kinematics Velocity and Acceleration
Jocelyn Sausner, Alyssa Kahan
Introduction
In this lab, we analyzed the relationships between position, velocity, and
acceleration, neglecting friction. Th
Lab 6: Momentum
Jocelyn Sausner, Alyssa Kahan
Introduction
The validity of the concepts of impulse and momentum conservation was
investigated during this lab. Momentum is given by the equation:
Veloci
Periodic Motion
Jocelyn Sausner and Alyssa Kahan
Introduction
A motion that repeats itself in a fairly regular way is called periodic motion. This
includes motions such as pendulums, mass attached to
Lab 7: Rotational Motion The Moment of Inertia
Jocelyn Sausner, Alyssa Kahan
Introduction
In this lab, we measured the moment of inertia for a system of two point masses.
Linear and angular motions co
Lab #4: Centripetal Force
Alyssa Kahan, Jocelyn Sausner
Introduction:
A special case of motion, angular motion or motion following a circular path, is
introduced by this experiment. It is inconvenient
Experiment #1: Accuracy and Precision Density of a Solid
Date:
09/19/17
TA:
Chem
1075-35
Samantha Evers
Lab Partners: Laura S. &
Julie L.
Objective: The purpose of this lab is to evaluate the accuracy
Lab #2: Kinematics and Projectile Motion
Samantha Evers, Jack Hearin, Tanner Yilmaz
Lab Table #1
Introduction
Kinematics is the study of the motion of objects, without consideration
to the forces that
Lab 2: Circuits I
Michele Naideck, Helen Weierbach and Tiffany Clark
Introduction
In this lab, we learned about the concepts of electric potential, current, and resistance by putting
together basic ci
Lab #8: Periodic Motion
Carly Noel, Victoria Orlowski, Alexandra Payne
Lab Table #5
Introduction
The purpose of this lab was to examine the motion of a pendulum with different
variables changed. A per
Victoria Orlowski
1/29/13
Homework Set 1
1.) Article on drug delivery:
http:/www.sciencenews.org/view/generic/id/347168/description/Pressure_keeps_cancer_
in_check
The science of this article is very
Part 2 Analysis:
1.) The resistance of the unknown parallel resistor is 148.4 according to Ohms
Law.
2.) The total resistance of the parallel circuit is 0.00930 .
3.) The total current through the par
Lab #7: Rotational Motion- The Moment of Inertia
Carly Noel, Victoria Orlowski, Alexandra Payne
Lab Table #5
Introduction
The purpose of this lab was to determine the moment of inertia associated with