I Physics laboratory II WM-NS-212
Fundamentals of experimental physics and its methods based on classical and modern physics.
Example experiments in the summer semester (IV):
+ Forced oscillations and resonance - Pohl's pendulum
+ Studies of Compton effect
+ Studies of resonance of acoustic waves with the use of Quincke tube
+ Heisenberg uncertainity principle
+ Studies of Newton rings
+ Determination of the efficiency of heat pump
+ Studies of solar cells
+ Determination of the fine structure constant
+ Investigation of Joule - Thomson effect
+ Determination of critical points of liquids
+ Determination of the speed of sound in air
+ Studies of magnetic field of Earth
+ Determination of the magnetic hysteresis curve
+ Proving of the laws of magnetic induction
+ Studies of the laws of rotational motion of rigid bodies
+ Characteristics of semiconductor diodes.
+ Characteristics of transistors.
+ Nanochemical nanolaboratories.
+ Rectification of alternative current.
Learning outcome code/codes
Type of subject
Experiments are performed singly or in pairs. Individually are assessed: + preparation for the experiment (short written introduction, oral test occasionally possible); + co-operation in performing the experiment (activity and skills); + written description of the work done and containing data analysis. Each experiment is assessed separately and five positive notes are required to pass the semester.
Additionally, in the IVth semester a short presentation of the one choosen experiment is to be performed. Final note is the average of notes collected in the whole semester.
Information on level of this course, year of study and semester when the course unit is delivered, types and amount of class hours - can be found in course structure diagrams of apropriate study programmes. This course is related to the following study programmes:
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