Physics Laboratory Manual 4th Edition

Physics Laboratory Manual (4th Edition)

Physics Laboratory Manual (4th Edition)

Book Edition4th Edition
Author(s)Loyd
ISBN9781133950639
PublisherCengage Learning
SubjectPhysics

Course Hero-verified solutions and explanations

  1. Chapter 1Measurement of Length

  2. Chapter 2Measurement of Density

  3. Chapter 3Force Table and Vector Addition of Forces

  4. Chapter 4Uniformly Accelerated Motion

  5. Chapter 4AUniformly Accelerated Motion Using a Photogate

  6. Chapter 5Uniformly Accelerated Motion on the Air Table

  7. Chapter 6Kinematics in Two Dimensions on the Air Table

  8. Chapter 7Coefficient of Friction

  9. Chapter 7ACoefficient of Friction Using a Force Sensor and a Motion Sensor

  10. Chapter 8Newton's Second Law on the Air Table

  11. Chapter 9Newton's Second Law on the Atwood Machine

  12. Chapter 10Torques and Rotational Equilibrium of a Rigid Body

  13. Chapter 11Conservation of Energy on the Air Table

  14. Chapter 12Conservation of Spring and Gravitational Potential Energy

  15. Chapter 12AEnergy Variations of a Mass on a Spring Using a Motion Sensor

  16. Chapter 13The Ballistic Pendulum and Projectile Motion

  17. Chapter 14Conservation of Momentum on The Air Track

  18. Chapter 14AConservation of Momentum Using Motion Sensors

  19. Chapter 15Conservation of Momentum on The Air Table

  20. Chapter 16Centripetal Acceleration of an Object in Circular Motion

  21. Chapter 17Moment of Inertia and Rotational Motion

  22. Chapter 18Archimedes' Principle

  23. Chapter 19The Pendulum-Approximate Simple Harmonic Motion

  24. Chapter 20Simple Harmonic Motion-Mass on a Spring

  25. Chapter 20ASimple Harmonic Motion-Mass on a Spring Using a Motion Sensor

  26. Chapter 21Standing Waves on a String

  27. Chapter 22Speed of Sound-Resonance Tube

  28. Chapter 23Specific Heat of Metals

  29. Chapter 24Linear Thermal Expansion

  30. Chapter 25The Ideal Gas Law

  31. Chapter 26Equipotentials and Electric Fields

  32. Chapter 27Capacitance Measurement with a Ballistic Galvanometer

  33. Chapter 28Measurement of Electrical Resistance and Ohm's Law

  34. Chapter 29Wheatstone Bridge

  35. Chapter 30Bridge Measurement of Capacitance

  36. Chapter 31Voltmeters and Ammeters

  37. Chapter 32Potentiometer and Voltmeter Measurements of the emf of a Dry Cell

  38. Chapter 33The RC Time Constant

  39. Chapter 34Kirchhoff's Rules

  40. Chapter 35Magnetic Induction of a Current-Carrying Long Straight Wire

  41. Chapter 36Alternating Current LR Circuits

  42. Chapter 37Alternating Current RC and LCR Circuits

  43. Chapter 38Oscilloscope Measurements

  44. Chapter 39Joule Heating of a Resistor

  45. Chapter 40Reflection and Refraction with the Ray Box

  46. Chapter 41Focal Length of Lenses

  47. Chapter 42Diffraction Grating Measurement of the Wavelength of Light

  48. Chapter 43Bohr Theory of Hydrogen-The Rydberg Constant

  49. Chapter 44Simulated Radioactive Decay Using Dice "Nuclei"

  50. Chapter 45Geiger Counter Measurement of the Half-Life of 137 Ba

  51. Chapter 46Nuclear Counting Statistics

  52. Chapter 47Absorption of Beta and Gamma Rays

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  1. Chapter 1Measurement of Length

  2. Chapter 2Measurement of Density

  3. Chapter 3Force Table and Vector Addition of Forces

  4. Chapter 4Uniformly Accelerated Motion

  5. Chapter 4AUniformly Accelerated Motion Using a Photogate

  6. Chapter 5Uniformly Accelerated Motion on the Air Table

  7. Chapter 6Kinematics in Two Dimensions on the Air Table

  8. Chapter 7Coefficient of Friction

  9. Chapter 7ACoefficient of Friction Using a Force Sensor and a Motion Sensor

  10. Chapter 8Newton's Second Law on the Air Table

  11. Chapter 9Newton's Second Law on the Atwood Machine

  12. Chapter 10Torques and Rotational Equilibrium of a Rigid Body

  13. Chapter 11Conservation of Energy on the Air Table

  14. Chapter 12Conservation of Spring and Gravitational Potential Energy

  15. Chapter 12AEnergy Variations of a Mass on a Spring Using a Motion Sensor

  16. Chapter 13The Ballistic Pendulum and Projectile Motion

  17. Chapter 14Conservation of Momentum on The Air Track

  18. Chapter 14AConservation of Momentum Using Motion Sensors

  19. Chapter 15Conservation of Momentum on The Air Table

  20. Chapter 16Centripetal Acceleration of an Object in Circular Motion

  21. Chapter 17Moment of Inertia and Rotational Motion

  22. Chapter 18Archimedes' Principle

  23. Chapter 19The Pendulum-Approximate Simple Harmonic Motion

  24. Chapter 20Simple Harmonic Motion-Mass on a Spring

  25. Chapter 20ASimple Harmonic Motion-Mass on a Spring Using a Motion Sensor

  26. Chapter 21Standing Waves on a String

  27. Chapter 22Speed of Sound-Resonance Tube

  28. Chapter 23Specific Heat of Metals

  29. Chapter 24Linear Thermal Expansion

  30. Chapter 25The Ideal Gas Law

  31. Chapter 26Equipotentials and Electric Fields

  32. Chapter 27Capacitance Measurement with a Ballistic Galvanometer

  33. Chapter 28Measurement of Electrical Resistance and Ohm's Law

  34. Chapter 29Wheatstone Bridge

  35. Chapter 30Bridge Measurement of Capacitance

  36. Chapter 31Voltmeters and Ammeters

  37. Chapter 32Potentiometer and Voltmeter Measurements of the emf of a Dry Cell

  38. Chapter 33The RC Time Constant

  39. Chapter 34Kirchhoff's Rules

  40. Chapter 35Magnetic Induction of a Current-Carrying Long Straight Wire

  41. Chapter 36Alternating Current LR Circuits

  42. Chapter 37Alternating Current RC and LCR Circuits

  43. Chapter 38Oscilloscope Measurements

  44. Chapter 39Joule Heating of a Resistor

  45. Chapter 40Reflection and Refraction with the Ray Box

  46. Chapter 41Focal Length of Lenses

  47. Chapter 42Diffraction Grating Measurement of the Wavelength of Light

  48. Chapter 43Bohr Theory of Hydrogen-The Rydberg Constant

  49. Chapter 44Simulated Radioactive Decay Using Dice "Nuclei"

  50. Chapter 45Geiger Counter Measurement of the Half-Life of 137 Ba

  51. Chapter 46Nuclear Counting Statistics

  52. Chapter 47Absorption of Beta and Gamma Rays