Physics 141, Fall 2016.

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Physics 141 Laboratories.

Students enrolled in Physics 141 will need to conduct 5 laboratories. The purpose of the laboratories is outlined in a document that can be viewed by clicking here.

The laboratories are offered on the following dates:

  • Laboratory 1, Measuring g, September 12 (B&L 407).
  • Laboratory 2, Developing and Comparing Scientific Theories, September 26 (B&L 407).
  • Laboratory 3, Collisions and Collision Impuse, October 10 (B&L 407).
  • Laboratory 4, Spring constants, October 31 (B&L 407)
  • Laboratory 5, Soda Can Collisions, November 14 (May Room, Wilson Commons) and November 21 (B&L 407).

For each laboratory, students are expected to write a laboratory report, which is due one week after the experiment was conducted. Resource that may be usefull when starting to write laboratory reports can be accesses via the following links:

Other usefull resources:

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