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Physics Experiments: Mechanics
Verify Boyle’s Law.
The relationship between the period & length for a simple pendulum & hence calculation of Gravity (g).
To measure the constant acceleration of a rider on an air track using 2 timing gates & a timer.
Show that the acceleration of a body is directly proportional to the force acting on it hence verifying (F=ma)
To verify the principle of conservation of momentum.
Verify the laws of equilibrium.
Measure acceleration due to gravity using free-falling apparatus & scale timer.
To measure the constant velocity of a rider on a linear air track using a light gate.
Physics Experiments: Heat
To plot the calibration curve of a thermometer using the lab mercury thermometer as a standard.
Measurement of the specific latent heat of vaporisation of water.
Measure the specific heat capacity of water by an electrical method.
Physic Experiments: Light
Verify Snell’s Law & measure the refractive index of glass (n).
Verify Snell’s Law & measure the refractive index of a liquid.
To measure the wavelength of monochromatic light.
Measure the focal length of a convex lens.
The focal length of a concave mirror.
Physics Experiments: Sound
To measure the speed of sound in air
Investigate the variation of the fundamental frequency of a stretched string with (due to) length.
Investigate the variation of the fundamental frequency of a stretched string with (due to) tension.
Physics Experiments: Electricity
To investigate the variation of resistance of a thermistor with (due to) temperature.
To investigate the variation of current (I) with the potential difference (V) for:
To measure the variation of the resistance of a metallic conductor with (due to) temperature.
Verification of Joule’s Law.
Measure the resistivity of the material of a wire.
In addition- Demonstration experiments:
Current-Carrying Conductor in a Magnetic field experiences a force.
The principle which the definition of Ampere is based.
Factors on which capacitance depends.
Capacitor Store Energy.
Using Ice & Steam points to calibrate a thermometer.
Sound is a Wave.
Show distribution of charge on an object.
Show light is a Wave ( Young’s Double Slit Experiment).
Resultant of Vectors.