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Physics 4 Pages

Discovery Of Electricity

Electricity is a type of energy which involves the movement of electrons. It is a basic part of nature which is widely used in forms of energy. Every matter constitute of atoms which has a center known as a nucleus. The nucleus comprises of particles which are positively charged known as protons ...

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Individual Report

INDIVIDUAL REPORTEssenceMechanical energy is the summation of Kinetic and Potential energy. Kinetic energy is the energy a body has while in motion while potential energy is the energy a body possesses while at rest. The law of Mechanical Energy states that mechanical energy in an isolated is con...

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Individual Report Lab 6

Individual ReportEssenceThe aim of this experiment was to demonstrate the Law of Conservation of Mechanical energy. Accordingly, we studied the law of Conservation of Mechanical Energy by observing a ball and pendulum. Once we derive the Kinetic and Potential energies acting on a body, we can cal...

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Nanoscale Properties

Nanoscale PropertiesWhat are Nanoparticles?Nanoparticles, also referred to asnanopowder, nanocrystal, or nanocluster, are defined as microscopic units with dimensions ranging from 1nm to 100nm(Mandal). Due to wide range of applications in fields such as electronics, biomedical, and optical, among...

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Lab Activity To Investigate The Relationship Between The Distance From A Light Source And The Intensity Of Light

The light waves have been known to spread out as they move away from their source. as a result, the light intensity quickly decreases as the distance from a light source increases. this lad activity was therefore designed to investigate whether there was an exact mathematical relationship between...

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Determining The Capacitance Of Various Conductor Dielectric Geometries Using The Charge Sharing Technique.

AbstractThe purpose of this this lab was to determine the capacitance of various conductor-dielectric geometries using the charge sharing technique. Moreover, the experiment aimed at first measuring the capacitance as a function of distance between the plates for parallel plate’s capacitors and t...

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Converging Lenses

Converging lensesIntroductionA lens is an optical device that is trans-missive, and which affects the resultant focus of a light beam. Lenses are categorized into two groups where a single lens has one piece of material and a compound lens has many simple lenses, which have a common axis. Moreove...

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Determining What The Angle Of Refraction Is For Acrylic Using Air As A Constant

Determining what the angle of refraction is for Acrylic using air as a constantIntroductionThe relationship between the angles and the speeds or the velocities of the various waves is described by Snell’s law. Basically, the law equates the ratio of a material velocities to the ratio of the sine ...

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Physics 3 Pages

Paraphrasing And Rewriting

Torque can be described as a measure of how much a given force that is acting on an object causes a rotation on that object. At a point that is referred to as a pivot point, the object is made to rotate about an axis. The moment arm is the distance from the pivot point to the point of action by t...

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Conservation Of Linear Momentum

Conservation of Linear MomentumPurposeThe objective of this lab was to validate that conservation of linear momentum occurs in rear end collisions.IntroductionIn ideal conditions, conservation of linear momentum is given by:

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Formal Lab Report

Lab Report: Moment of Inertia and TorqueAbstractThe objective of this lab was to investigate how two different objects rotate under a changing applied force using Newton’s second law of rotational motion. From the experiment, it was observed that torque and acceleration of objects were directly p...

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Physics 4 Pages

Elastic Force And Periodic Motion

1. IntroductionThe aim of this experiment is to study the motion of an object when it is subjected to an elastic force. Another task was also to verify the theory of simple harmonic motion this will be through obtaining the spring constant k from the dynamical method, which is by applying and sta...

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Entropy

EntropyBy definition, entropy is the number of ways to arrange a system's disorder and measures unavailable energy in a closed system of thermodynamics. In an inelastic collision, kinetic energy transfers and transforms to other energies such as sound, potential and thermal. To determine this, th...

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Physics 2 Pages

Light Pollution

Light pollutionLight pollution is the interference on the natural order of light in the environment through unneeded and unwanted artificial light. Light pollution comes in different forms such as glare, which is a sharp contrast between the dark area and the field viewed and light trespass, whic...

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Physics 5 Pages

Path Of Light

Path of lightINTRODUCTIONThe debate on the nature of light started in ancient Greece. In 17 th century a Greek scientist named Plato proposed that light comprise of tapes produced by the eye, and one is able to see when they get into contact with an object. This theory was named tactile theory. H...

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Physics 6 Pages

Gravitational Waves

Gravitational WavesThe question about the existence of gravitational waves has been pondered for a century, first by Albert Einstein, and later by other scientists who studied his general theory of relativity. Knowledge of gravitational waves has increased continuously and, recently, scientists w...

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Ice Records In Mars

Ice Records in MarsUsing data from the radar established by the NASA's Mars Exploration Orbiter, researchers have developed data of recent Martian ice age that was documented in the planet's north polar ice cap. These new results have been in line with the old results that show that a polar age e...

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Resonance Phenomenon Of Tacoma Narrows Bridge

IntroductionAfter its completion in July 1940, Tacoma Narrows Bridge was the third longest suspension bridge in the world with regards to span the length beaten only by the Golden Gate and George Washington bridges, all situated in the United States (Engineering.com library 1). The bridge, howeve...

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Carbon, Phosphorus, And Nitrogen Cycles.

Chapter Analysis Carbon cycle is a biogeochemical cycle that involves a sequence of processes which carbon compounds move from one carbon sink such as oceans and forests to another such as the atmosphere in a recurring manner. The carbon cycle is in danger of disruption since more of carbon ...

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