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Exam and Culminating Activity

*   Culminating Activity   

*   Exam Review   

*      Exam Review Solutions

Online Grade Book

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Textbook Answer Keys

*   Nelson Physics 12

*      Irwin Physics 12

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::notes::          ::assignments::          ::tests::          ::quizzes::          ::projects::

Cool Resources

·        Wolfram Alpha (Ultimate Online Calculator and Knowledge Database),

·        Equation Editor Shortcuts

·        Online Graph Paper

·        Online Graph Paper Generator, Nelson Physics 12 - Answer Key

Monday, February 3, 2020

Sph4u Course Outline and Information & Academic Misconduct

 

Course intro and discussion

Cool Resources:  Scale of the Universe , BBC Horizon - What is Reality, Brian Greene: Is our universe the only universe?

 

Tuesday, February 4, 2020

Notes:     

*      Measurement and Analysis

*      Sig. Fig. / precision and Accuracy Ruler Demo

*      Metric conversion table

 

*      Standard Deviation, (Finish)                                           

 

Lab Resources: Lab Rubric, Sample Lab Report

Supplementary Resource: Measurement and Error, (please read this as homework.  This will not be covered in class but you will be responsible for the content)

HW:         

·        Standard Deviation Sample Set

·        Measurement and Analysis Exercise 

Wednesday, February 5, 2020

Take up HW: Measurement and Analysis Exercise

 

Note:  Analysing Experimental Data (HW: Solutions)

 

HW Solution:  Standard Deviation Questions Solution

 

Thursday, February 6, 2020

Lab: Analysing Experimental Data (Pg. 6 of Analysing Experimental Data)

*   ENTER your data here (Google Forms) for the frequencies you determined in each trial

*   SEE the data here. Copy and paste the data into a new spread sheet document in order to edit.

 

 Using Excel: Calculate an average

*      Copy and paste your data into a blank Excel document (I suggest using column B so you can put your labels in column A)
Warning: Excel can be grouchy sometimes and thinks that you are pasting text not a number. If you get a weird answer click on your cells and see if a exclamation point icon shows up. If so click on it and select “convert to number”. The other option is make sure you copy the table from internet explorer and all should work fine.

*      Place your cursor into a blank cell

*      Type the command =average(B2:B?) Where “?” represents the last row your data is in… in this case it would be 12

*      Hit enter and there you go

Using Excel: Calculate Standard Deviation

*      Same procedure as the average calculation except use the command =stdev(B2:B?)

Friday, February 7, 2020

Note:

*   Logarithms

*   How to use logarithmic graph paper

 

Exercise: logarithmic exercise

Inquiry assignment
 

  1. Calculate the standard deviation for the nine trials performed during Friday’s investigation for the 10cm length only.
  2. Approximately how many of the above trials should fall within the first standard deviation?
  3. How many of the above trials actually fall within the first standard deviation? Does our data fit the model for standard deviation? Explain why or why not.
  4. Using the logarithmic graph paper provided determine the relationship between frequency and length using the average for the frequencies for each length.

*   The general form for the equation is this. Solve for “n” using the log of slope from the line of best fit from the logarithmic graph. Remember to use only points that appear on the line of best fit.

*   Solve for “a” by substituting into  using your value of “n” and any value for and that is found on the line of best fit.

The actual formula is defined as.  Therefore the actual value for a = and n =-0.5

Monday, February 10, 2020

Take up: logarithmic exercise

Tuesday, February 11, 2020

Note: Measuring Short Time Intervals
       
Trig and Proportioning rules (review)
 
      

HW: Trig and Proportioning Assignment
 

Wednesday, February 12, 2020

Note:

*   Vectors

*   VECTOR SOLVER CODE V.3000 (FOR YOU TO COPY FIR YER SELVES, BRUH)

HW:

The über vector question (well… sort of… more annoying if anything)

Solution

Pages 116-118 from Irwin Physics  Questions 14-20
Answer Key

   

Thursday, February 13, 2020

Note: Review of Kinematics in 1 Dimension

*   Interpreting d vs t and v vs. t  “smiley bits and frownie bits”

*   Derive kinematics formulas from first principles

*   Make a summary sheet for of all the kinematics formula

*   Make sure you separate the formulas for constant motion and constant acceleration

 

HW:

*   Exercise - V vs. t to d vs. t

*   Pg 17, Q: 1-9  (Nelson Physics 12 - Answer Key)

 

*   Answer the following questions

1.    What is the difference between average and instantaneous speed?

2.    A person walks at 5 m/s for 10s then walks at 4m/s for 20s.  What is her average speed?

3.    Sketch a  d vs. t and a v vs. t graph for the following states of motion

a)      Uniform positive motion (i.e. forward)

b)      Uniform negative motion

c)       Constant positive acceleration from rest

d)      Constant negative acceleration from rest

e)      Constant negative acceleration starting from some initial positive speed to rest

Friday, February 14, 2020

 Continue: review of kinematics

Start note:  Relative Motion

Tuesday, February 18, 2020

Quiz: Standard Deviation, Logarithms, Proportioning,

Wednesday, February 19, 2020

Note:

*   Relative Motion (finish)
c) Determine the angle that the boy must angle himself in order to move due [E] as in part b)
d) If the river is 1.0km wide, determine how much time it would take to cross the river for part a) and b)

*   Airplane Navigation

HW: Assignment-Relative motion questions (SOLUTIONS)

 

Demo: Relative Motion Game

Thursday, February 20, 2020

 

Continue: Airplane Navigation

Friday, February 21, 2020

Finish: Airplane Navigation

 

 

Über Relative motion question: A pilot is flying with an airspeed of 500km/h on a heading of [N450E] when he notices another plane approaching on radar coming from west at a rate of 100km/h with respect to the first plane.  If the plane is flying through a 75km/h southerly wind find the second plane’s velocity with respect to the ground. Solutions

 

HW:

A boat is moving at a speed of 50 km/h with a heading of due north with respect to the water. The boat is traveling through a current of 7 km/h [W300S]. If you can throw a ball with a maximum speed of 60 kph at what angle must you throw said ball in order to hit a stationary target due east?

Solution: Uber Relative motion 2

 

Monday, February 24, 2020

Take up:  Quiz: Standard Deviation, Logarithms, Proportioning,

 

Über^Epic Relative motion question:

A boat is moving at a speed of 50 km/h with a heading of due north with respect to the water. The boat is traveling through a current of 7 km/h [W300S]. If you can throw a ball with a maximum speed of 60 kph at what angle must you throw said ball in order to hit a stationary target [E100N]?

Tuesday, February 25, 2020

Über^Epic Relative motion question

 

Extra Über^Epic Question (Just for fun): A jet is flying with an airspeed of 500 km/h due south through a wind that is moving at a rate of 175 km/h [E400N]. If the jet can fire a missile at a speed of 1500 km/h determine the angle the missile needs to be launched in order to hit a target that is [W200S]

Wednesday, February 26, 2020

(Finish  Assignment-Relative motion questions (SOLUTIONS) )

 

Practice Quizment: Quizment-Vectors and Relative Motion(Sept 2010).pdf   (Practice Quizment: Solutions)

 

SUMMARY OF RELATIVE MOTION QUESTIONS

1.         Über Relative motion question: A pilot is flying with an airspeed of 500km/h on a heading of [N450E] when he notices another plane approaching on radar coming from west at a rate of 100km/h with respect to the first plane.  If the planes are flying through a 75km/h southerly wind find the second plane’s velocity with respect to the ground. 

2.         A boat is moving at a speed of 50 km/h with a heading of due north with respect to the water. The boat is traveling through a current of 7 km/h [W30°S]. If you can throw a ball with a maximum speed of 60 kph at what angle must you throw said ball in order to hit a stationary target due east? 

3.         Über^Epic Relative motion question: A boat is moving at a speed of 50 km/h with a heading of due north with respect to the water. The boat is traveling through a current of 7 km/h [W30°S]. If you can throw a ball with a maximum speed of 60 kph at what angle must you throw said ball in order to hit a stationary target [E10°N]

4.         Extra Über^Epic Question (Just for fun): A jet is flying with an airspeed of 500 km/h due south through a wind that is moving at a rate of 175 km/h [E40°N]. If the jet can fire a missile at a speed of 1500 km/h determine the angle the missile needs to be launched in order to hit a target that is [W20°S]

Thursday, February 27, 2020

Quizment: Vectors and Relative Motion

Friday, February 28, 2020

Start Note: Kinematsics in 2 Dimensions

Take up: Assignment-Relative motion questions (SOLUTIONS)

 

Sample Problems: Kinematics in 2 Dimensions

 

HW:

*   31, Q: 10-16  (Nelson Physics 12 - Answer Key)

Monday, March 2, 2020

 

HW:

*      Assignment: Assignment-Kinematics

*      Page 40 of Nelson 12 (1-11)

 

Tuesday, March 3, 2020

Note:  Projectile motion (start)

 

Example: A ball is hit with an initial speed of 50m/s at angle of 30 degrees to the horizontal on flat ground. Determine

a)    The x and y components of the initial velocity

b)   The maximum height

c)    The rise time

d)   The fall time

e)    The total time of flight using an alternate method

f)     The horizontal range

g)    The impact velocity

*      DEMO: Projectile motion demo video

*      DEMO How to shoot a falling monkey (random title you say? Yep!)

*      DEMO Slow motion - Billiards (projectile and impact)

 

Wednesday, March 4, 2020

Note:  Projectile motion (continued)

Thursday, March 5, 2020

Note:  Projectile motion (continued)

Note:  Super Projectile Motion Question


Extra Projectile Question

1.         Donald Trump is playing tennis on a rooftop tennis court on one of his many buildings in New York.  Surrounding the court is a 7.0m tall fence. As a result of the most recent financial crisis, he is off his game and hits the return on the serve a little harder than expected.  The ball just clears the top of the fence and heads for another building across the street.  If Trump is 12 m from the fence determine:

a)      The initial launch velocity (including angle) of the ball assuming he hits the ball when it is 1.0m above the ground. (clue: find your x and y components of the velocity first)

b)       What floor of the building across the street does the tennis ball hit if the buildings are separated by 70m, the fence on Trump’s rooftop is 10m from the edge, and Trumps court is located on the 60th floor (Assume no air resistance 1 floor = 5m)

 

 

HW: Projectile Motion

*      Page50-51 of Nelson 12 (all)

Monday, March 9, 2020

Start Note: Uniform Circular Motion

Tuesday, March 10, 2020

Finish Note: Uniform Circular Motion

 

Sample Questions

1.    A is driving at a speed of 108km/h along a circular track of radius 100m.  Determine the centripetal acceleration

2.    If the tires on the car in part 1) have a radius of 25cm, determine the centripetal acceleration of the tires

3.    Determine the frequency of the tires buy using the centripetal acceleration formulas only

 

HW: Pages 122-126  of Nelson 12 (All Questions)

Wednesday, March 11, 2020

Snap Quiz: Projectile Motion

 

Thursday, March 12, 2020

Lab: Projectile motion Lab

 

Friday, March 13, 2020

Start note: Intro to Dynamics

*   Up to vector nature of Newton’s second law

*   Dynamics Sample Questions

Monday, March 23, 2020

Continue note: Intro to Dynamics

*   Dynamics Sample Questions Up to Example 1 pg. 3

*       

 

HW:

*   Pages 80-87  from Nelson 12 Physics

*      Pages 92-96  from Nelson 12 Physics

*      Pages 101-107  from Nelson 12 Physics

 

 

Tuesday, March 24, 2020

Continue note: Intro to Dynamics  

*      Up to Newton’s 3rd law  pg. 5

*      Dynamics Sample Questions

 

Wednesday, March 25, 2020

 

Finish note: Intro to Dynamics

*      Dynamics Sample Questions

Thursday, March 26, 2020

Note: Force, pulleys and Gravity

Independent study chapter: Inertial frames vs. non inertial frames of reference

*      Pages 108-111 from Nelson 12 Physics

*      Summarize key terms

HW: pg 110 Q:, 2-3, pg 111, Q: 1-3

 

Friday, March 27, 2020

Finish sample problems

*   Force, pulleys and Gravity

*   More Pulley and Incline Plane Questions (Solution Question 2:Double Inclined Plane Question (Solution)

 

HW: Higher order sample problems: 2 Extra Incline Plane Questions

*   Do 5-44 of 2 Extra Incline Plane Questions  (ANS: a = 1.3637296  and T= 5.65803264)

Monday, March 30, 2020

Note: Hooke's Law

Inquiry Activity: Hooke’s Law

*   Purpose: to determine the “k” value of a spring

*   Materials: Slotted masses and a Hooke’s law spring apparatus

*   Procedure: Set up the apparatus as demonstrated by your teacher. Place a slotted mass on the Hooke’s law apparatus and record the value for the extension and mass. Repeat for 4 more times using different masses. Determine the k values for each trial. Plot the F vs. x and draw your line of best fit. Find the slope of your F vs. x plot and compare that to your k values for each trial.

 


HW: Pg. 206-207 Q:1-5,7     Pg. 218-219 Q: 1, 5-9

Tuesday, March 31, 2020

Note: Centripetal Force

Sample Problems: CENTRIPETAL FORCE SAMPLE PROBLEMS
HW:  Fundamentals of Physics, Q: 53-60

Wednesday, April 1, 2020

Quiz: Kinematics and Projectile Motion

Thursday, April 2, 2020

Finish Sample Problems:  CENTRIPETAL FORCE SAMPLE PROBLEMS

Friday, April 3, 2020

Additional Centripetal Force Questions

1.        A plane flying at 60 m/s is in the process of completing an acrobatic loop. If the force sensor in the pilot’s seat reads 1.7g and the plane is at the bottom of the loop determine the normal force acting on the pilot and the radius of the loop

2.        A 1.0 m long pendulum is attached to a rope that can withstand a maximum of tension of 10N. If the 1.0 kg pendulum is swung in a circle that is parallel to the ground determine

a)      The maximum angle the rope makes with the vertical

b)     The rotational frequency

3.        A car enters a circular curve that is embanked at an angle of 200 to the horizontal. If the radius of this section of the curve is 80m and the coefficient of friction is 0.8 determine the maximum speed a vehicle be travelling around the curve without slipping.

Take up: HW:  Fundamentals of Physics, Q: 53-60

Monday, April 6, 2020

 

Take up HW:  Fundamentals of Physics, Q: 53-60

 

Tuesday, April 7, 2020

Unit Test: Kinematics  (Practice Unit test - Unit Test - Kinematics (Nov 2011).pdf)

Wednesday, April 8, 2020

Continue Additional Centripetal Force Questions

Thursday, April 9, 2020

Centripetal Force Mini Lab: Comparing A.V of Frequency vs. M.V. of frequency using the following apparatus
 

 

Tuesday, April 14, 2020

Lab Continued

Wednesday, April 15, 2020

 

 

Thursday, April 16, 2020


Note:  Bodies in Equilibrium

 

HW: Continue

*   Pages 80-87  from Nelson 12 Physics

*      Pages 92-96  from Nelson 12 Physics

Pages 101-107  from Nelson 12 Physics

Friday, April 17, 2020

Lab Test: Centripetal Motion

Monday, April 20, 2020

Start Note: Torque

*   Sample problems 1,2

Hw: Pages 176 -180  from Irwin Physics Q: 21, 24, 31, 32, 41  (Answer Key) (Question 41 Solution)

 

Tuesday, April 21, 2020

Torque

*   Sample problems 3,4

 

Wednesday, April 22, 2020

Quizment: Dynamics

Thursday, April 23, 2020

Torque

Sample problems 5

Monday, April 27, 2020

Inquiry Activity:

*   Purpose: to determine the mass of a meter stick using torque

*      Materials: Meter stick, various masses, torque apparatus, electronic scale

*   Procedure: set up the apparatus as demonstrated by your teacher. Using the principles of torque determine the mass of the meter stick but placing the system in static equilibrium.

 

Tuesday, April 28, 2020

Take up HW and finish Torque Sample problems 6

Wednesday, April 29, 2020

Unit Test: Part 1 – Dynamics  (Practice Unit Test)

Thursday, April 30, 2020

LAB: TORQUE

Friday, May 1, 2020

Finish note: Momentum

Sample problems: ENERGY AND MOMENTUM PROBLEMS (Q: 1 -4)

*   HW : Pg. 243: 2,4,8, Pg. 245: 2,3,5-10,12  (one dimension)

*   HW: Pg. 257: 2-6,  Pg. 258:2-5  (two dimensions)

Super-Sweet-Awesome Demo: Collision Lab

Monday, May 4, 2020

Note: Work, Kinetic Energy  and  Gravitational and Spring Potential Energy

Sample Problems: ENERGY AND MOMENTUM PROBLEMS (Q: 5,6)

 

HW:  Pages 273-279 from Irwin Physics.

*   Work: 11-13,16,18,20

*   Kinetic Energy: 21,23,24,26, 28-30

*   Gravitational Potential: 32-34, 36-38

*   Spring: 41, 43, 45, 46

*   Power: 51, 52, 54

*      Elastic Collisions: 57, 59-6

 

Tuesday, May 5, 2020

Note: Elastic Collisions

Sample problems: ENERGY AND MOMENTUM PROBLEMS (Q: 7,8)

Wednesday, May 6, 2020

Lab test: Torque

Thursday, May 7, 2020

Note: Energy, Work and Momentum\Power and Energy

Sample problems: ENERGY AND MOMENTUM PROBLEMS (Q: 9, 10)

Friday, May 8, 2020

Sample problems: ENERGY AND MOMENTUM PROBLEMS (Q: 11-16)

Monday, May 11, 2020

Inquiry activity: Using the “spring constant apparatus” recreate conditions from yesterdays sample problems.

*   Use a 20g mass to determine the “k” value of the spring by using

*   Then drop the 20g mass from a height of 1.0cm from above the hanging plate and record the maximum extension of the spring. take at least 5 trials and determine the average drop

*   Now calculate the theoretical extension using the technique demonstrated

*   determine the % difference between the experimental and the theoretical

Tuesday, May 12, 2020

Inquiry Activity: Conservation of energy



*   Using the low friction air track we are going to compare the energy gain of mass 1 to the energy loss  of mass 2

*   The low-friction dynamics car was placed on the elevated air-track. a small mass was attached to the car via a light string and the string was feed through the pulley.

*   The air track was engaged and the dynamics car was allowed to accelerate up the air track.

*   Using a stop watch, a metre stick, and the track markings the total height change, distance traveled, and time were recorded.

*   The final velocity of the system was determined and used to calculate the final Ek.

*   The total energy change for mass 1 and mass 2 were calculated and compared.

*   As a class, the discrepancies between the differences in the values were discussed and possible improvements to the investigation’s procedure were considered.

Wednesday, May 13, 2020

Notes: Planetary Mechanics

*   Planetary Mechanics-Newton and Kepler  (Up to Kepler)

*   PLANETARY MECHANICS SAMPLE PROBLEMS (NEW)

*   Planetary Mechanics Questions (OLD)

*   Planetary Constants

HW:

*      Read: 272-284
Pages 272-273  from Nelson 12
Pages 274-277  from Nelson 12
Pages 278-284  from Nelson 12

Key Concepts

*   Factors that effect gravitational field strength

*   How to determine gravitational field strength

*   What where the contributions of the following historical figures to the field of celestial mechanics
Kepler, Copernicus, Tycho Brahe, Galileo

*   Kepler’s laws

 

*   Pg 276-277, Q:2-6,8 - Pg. 277, Q: 2-8

*   Pg. 279, Q:1-4,   Pg. 283, Q: 7-12, 14b, Pg. 284, Q: 2, 4-6, 8

*      Nelson Appendix C

Thursday, May 14, 2020

 

Friday, May 15, 2020

Planetary Mechanics

*   Planetary Mechanics-Newton and Kepler  (Newton’s universal gravity)

*   PLANETARY MECHANICS SAMPLE PROBLEMS (NEW)

*   Planetary Mechanics Questions (OLD)

*      Planetary Constants

 

Note: Derivation of Absolute Eg

 

Tuesday, May 19, 2020

Note: Escape Velocity  

HW: Pg. 287-288 Q: 1-5,  Pg. 293 Q: 6-12, Pg. 294 Q: 1-9

Wednesday, May 20, 2020

Unit Test: Part 2 - Momentum

 

 

Thursday, May 21, 2020

Unit Test: Part 3 – Energy

Friday, May 22, 2020

 

Sample Questions

1.          A geostationary satellite is a satellite that has the same period of revolution as the Earth. Determine

a)      The altitude of a geostationary satellite.

b)      Find the amount of chemical potential energy required to get it there. (Assume: Mass of the satellite = 597,241 kg)

c)       Now take in consideration of the Earth's rotation assuming it's launched from Cape Canaveral.

2.          Determine the impact velocity of an ice comet that enters the Earth's gravitation field at a position of 500 Re away, travelling at 50,000km/h. If the ice comet is about 500m across determine the energy released upon impact. Assume the comet is spherical and has the same density as water.

3.          Cape Canaveral Question

 

 

 

More Sample Questions: Pages 313-314  from Irwin Physics (start)Continue sample problems

 

Monday, May 25, 2020

CANADA’S WONDERLAND

Tuesday, May 26, 2020

Next Note: Electrostatics\Electrostatics

 

HW: Independent Chapter Study:  Pg. 316-326

*   Key concepts

*   Laws of electric charges

*   Electronic ink

*   Induction

*   Charging by friction

*   Charging by contact

*   Charging by induction

Photocopiers

Practice Test: Energy, Momentum Planetary Mechanics  

Wednesday, May 27, 2020

Note: Electrostatics\Electrostatics


Sample questions:  
ELECTROSTATIC SAMPLE PROBLEMS

Thursday, May 28, 2020

Continue note: Electrostatics\Electrostatics

*   Electric potential energy

*   Electric potential a.k.a Voltage

*   Special case: Parallel plates

*   Special case 1 (isolated charged plates – not connected to a power supply) – Constant charge, electric field strength is constant, voltage varies as separation distance changes.

*   Special case 2 (plates connected to a voltage supply – Constant voltage,  electric filed varies as separation distance changes.

*   Sample questions

 

HW: Note: The password is “mts” all lower case.

*   Pg. 354 Q: 1-4      Pg. 358 Q:1-4, 6,7-9

*   Pg. 362 Q: 1-6,    Pg. 364 Q: 1-5, 8

*   Pg. 368   Q: 1-4,    Pg. 371 Q: 1-7

 

Friday, May 29, 2020

Start Sample questions from Electrostatics\Electrostatics  Solutions

Monday, June 1, 2020

Finish Sample questions from Electrostatics\Electrostatics

Continue sample questions: Electrostatics\Pages 426-429 from Irwin Physics 69, 71,72,76,77, 79, 80, 91, 92

 

Extra Electrostatics Question:  \Electrostatics\Assignment Question.pdf   (For practice only)

Tuesday, June 2, 2020

NOTE: LIGHT AND WAVES CLASS NOTES (GOOGLE)

Note: Light and Waves\Waves and Harmonic Motion additional resources Light and Waves\Fundamentals of Physics 448-457

*   Up to harmonic motion of a spring

Demos

*   http://www.acoustics.salford.ac.uk/feschools/waves/shm.htm

 

Sample Question: Light and Waves\Wave Sample Problems 1 (Pg. 1) 

 

HW: pg 525: Q: 21,22,25,27-36,40

Wednesday, June 3, 2020

Note: Light and Waves\Transmission of Wave

*   review: constructive and destructive interference, fixed-end vs. free-end reflections, standing waves

*   Types of wave fronts

*   reflection of waves in 2D

*   wave refraction and Snell’s law

*   Total internal reflection of waves

 

Demos:

*   http://www.falstad.com/ripple/

*   refraction

*   refraction2

*   refraction3

Thursday, June 4, 2020

Continue Note: Light and Waves\Transmission of Wave

HW: Pg. 459, Q:1-3, Pg. 460 Q: 2,3,5-9

Demos

*   http://www.acoustics.salford.ac.uk/feschools/contents.html

*   diffraction slit

Friday, June 5, 2020

Finish Note: Light and Waves\Transmission of Wave (deriving two-point sources interference equations)

 

HW: Inquiry Activity: Interference from two point sources

 

Monday, June 8, 2020

Note: Wave Theory of Light

 

Demos

·        huygens

·        diffractiondouble slit

 

Practice Test: Planetary Mechanics and Electricity    SOLUTIONS

 

Tuesday, June 9, 2020

Continue note: Wave Theory of Light

*      Possion’s Bright Spot demo

*      Young’s Double slit diffraction

HW: Pg. 504, Q: 1-7,  Pg. 507, Q: 1-9

Wednesday, June 10, 2020

Investigation: Determine the diameter of a pencil using single-slit and double-slit interference.

Thursday, June 11, 2020

Note: Quantum Nature of Light

Demo: Hydrogen Excitation

Additional Resources: History of Quantum Mechanics

Friday, June 12, 2020

 

Saturday, June 13, 2020

Take Home Test: Electricity and Planetary Mechanics

Sunday, June 14, 2020

 

Monday, June 15, 2020

 

Tuesday, June 16, 2020

 

Wednesday, June 17, 2020

       

Thursday, June 18, 2020

 

Monday, February 3, 2020