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Physics I & II Preps
Modern Galileo Experiment, Picket Fence Free Fall - Photogate - Ringstand to hold gate - Plastic fences
Addition of Vectors - Force Tables - Slotted weights
Projectile Motion - Track (one end elevated) and - steel ball - Double photogates hooked by a pipet - Paper on floor (w/carbon paper) - Plum bobs
Newton's Second Law - Tracks - Plunger carts - Motion sensors
Static and Kinetic Friction - Tracks - Friction carts - Pulleys - Hanging weights - Motion sensor
Uniform Circular Motion - Spinning hanging weights ( apparatus)
Energy of a Tossed Ball (Video Analysis) - Meter sticks taped to walls - Video camera/ tripod - Video processing software - Basketball
Impulse and Momentum - Tracks - Carts - Force probes
Momentum, Energy and Collisions - Collision carts - Tracks - Rubber bands - Force probes
Rotational Motion - Rotational Motion app ( large spinning disc) - Pulleys clamped to edge of bench - Slotted weights
Equilibrium - Metal rods ( two vert. one horiz.) - Force probes x2 - Metal clips and metal rings
Coefficient of Linear Expansion - Steam generators - Metal rods and jackets - Multi Meters for continuity
The Gas Laws - Chem Gas Laws Appar.
Heat of Fusion and Vaporization
Standing waves on strings - Wave generator - String - Pulley at edge of table
Resonance of air columns - Cenco standing wave Appt (long white box on top of cabinets) - Oscilloscope - Signal Generator
Electrical field mapping - Paper Circuit - Silver pens - Power supply - Multimeter
The charge on an electron, Millikan's oil drop experiment - Millikan's Appt w/ ring stand - Isopropyl Alcohol+ Distilled water - for suspending plastic beads - Smaller power supply - Multimeter
Ohm's Law - Vernier Circuit Board - Current voltage probes - Power supply
Joules' Law - Calorimeter - Multimeter - Rheostat - Power supply
Series/parallel circuits - See Ohms Law setup
Determination of RC Time Constant - bread boards from Electronics Lab microF caps blue - Multimeters - Power supply - timer
Force on a current carrying conductor in a magnetic field - Triple beam balances - Rheostat - Ring stand - Multimeter as Ammeter
The Magnetic Field of a Slinky - Slinky (taped stretched) - Magnetic field sensor (vernier) - Rheostat - Power supply - Multimeter as Ammeter
Geometric Optics - Laser - Polished metal convex/concave mirrors - Plane mirrors - Cardboard and pins
Measurement of the focal length of a lens - Optical Benches ( top of cabinets) - Lenses - Frosted glass screen with gradations - Black plate with arrow cutouts
Single slit and Double Slit diffraction patterns - Tracks - Pasco Red Diode Laser Apparatus - Large frosted glass screen
Polarization of Light - Clip boards with polarized filters - Optical benches - Vernier light sensor - Ring stands and clamps
The Hydrogen Spectrum and the Rydeberg constant - Gas lamp sources - Grating Spectrometer
-AC circuits and the oscilloscope - Power supplies - Oscilloscopes
-Construction of a voltmeter and an ammeter - Power supplies - Oscilloscopes
-Radioactivity and the Geiger Counter - Power supplies - Oscilloscopes
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