Lab 4: Magnetic Field
Introduction
In this lab, we explored the concept of magnetic fields, and the equations that relate
current to the magnetic field. As discovered by Faraday, there is always a magnetic field in the
region surrounding a wire containing
Lab 5: Electromagnetic Induction
Introduction
In this lab, we were able to examine firsthand the mechanics of electromagnetic
induction. In induction, a changing magnetic field produces an electromotive force (EMF), or
voltage, within a coil of wire. In a
Lab 2: Electric Circuits I
Introduction
In this lab, we observed three types of circuits: a series circuit with resistors, a parallel circuit
with resistors, and a circuit with both series and parallel resistor patterns. Ohms law states that
the current f
Lab 3: Electric Circuits II
Introduction
In this lab, we explored and observed capacitors, transistors, and integrated circuits.
Capacitors are devices that can be used to store electric potential energy within a circuit. This
energy can then be released
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 electrostatic force. This force is related to the electric
E thro
March 14, 2017
Lab 5: Electromagnetic Induction
Carly Hoffman and Ellen Jaeger
Introduction
Michael Faraday discovered in the 19th century, that current flowing in a wire produces a
magnetic field. This property is used in electric motors to produce mecha
March 6, 2017
Lab 4: Magnetic Fields
Carly Hoffman and Ellen Jaeger
Introduction
Magnetic fields and moving electric charges or currents are inherently connected.
Faradays Law tells us that a magnetic field is created anytime an electric current flows thr
Lab 3: Circuits II
Helen Weierbach, Tiffany Clark and Sarah Sullivan
Introduction
Experiments done previously have given us a base knowledge of the creation and function of
circuits. In this lab, we were introduced to a new component of circuits, the capa
Lab 1: Electric Fields
Helen Weierbach, Tiffany Clark and Michele Naideck
Introduction:
Lab 1 explores the concepts of electric potentials and fields. Similar to the concept of gravity, the
electric field exerts a force on an object without directly touch
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 circuits.
All atoms have a central nucleus, which contain
Lab #6: Rotational Motion
Ashley Stuart, Natalie Schwartz, Tiffany Clark
Lab Table #2
Introduction
This series of experiments will focus on rotational motion, which requires a unique
coordinate system that is concurrent with the constantly changing linear
Lab #1: Data Collection and Analysis
Ashley Stuart, Natalie Schwartz, Tiffany Clark
Lab Table #6
Introduction
Even the greatest of physicists began their scientific careers by learning the basics of
laboratory safety and procedures. The purpose of this ex
Lab #5: Momentum
Ashley Stuart, Natalie Schwartz, Tiffany Clark
Lab Table #6
Introduction
Throughout this lab, various examples of collisions will be demonstrated, in order to gain
data that can be used to measure momentum and impulse. Momentum (p) is the
Lab #4: Energy and Work
Ashley Stuart, Natalie Schwartz, Tiffany Clark
Lab Table #3
TA: Binod Subedi
Introduction
Energy, in its simplest terms, is the ability of an object to do work. Energy can come in
many forms. In this lab, we examine the energy of m
Lab #2: Kinematics and Projectile Motion
Ashley Stuart, Natalie Schwartz, Tiffany Clark
Lab Table #6
TA: Binod Subedi
Introduction:
Kinematics provides the relationships between acceleration, time, distance, and velocity.
This lab will explore the concept
Lab #8: Sound Waves Interference and Resonance
Ashley Stuart, Natalie Schwartz, Tiffany Clark
Lab Table #6
Introduction
Sound waves are easiest to think about by looking at them as pressure waves traveling
through a medium. As the pressure changes, the wa
Lab #3: Newtons Second Law of Motion
Ashley Stuart, Natalie Schwartz, Tiffany Clark
Lab Table #6
TA: Binod Subedi
Introduction
Newtons famous Three Laws define how interaction between objects creates and affects
motion. Newtons First Law of Dynamics is si
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Lab #8: Sound Waves Interference and Resonance
Carly Hoffman, Dylan Lucia, Tia Monjure
Lab Table #5
Introduction1
Waves are movements within a medium that can transfer energy. The two most common
waves are transverse waves and longitudinal waves. A transv
Lab #1: Data Collection and Analysis Techniques
Carly Hoffman
Table #2
Introduction
This lab is for the purpose of learning how to use some of tools to help us collect data
throughout the semester and to learn how to take good data. In this lab, a PASCO U
Lab #2: Kinematics and Projectile Motion
Carly Hoffman, Dylan Lucia, Tia Monjure
Lab Table #5
Introduction
This lab is all about kinematics, or the study of the motion of objects. By completing
these experiments, the relationship between position, velocit
Lab #7: Periodic Motion
Carly Hoffman, Dylan Lucia, Tia Monjure
Lab Table #5
Introduction1
Periodic motion is repeated, regular motion. The period, T, is the time in which it takes to
complete a full cycle of the motion. An example of periodic motion is t