THREE EASY LABS NO DATA SHORT TIME FRAME

I have three labs that need to be done they are all simple and you only need household items. some of them you don’t even have to do the procedures because the questions are simple. attached are the three report sheets and procedures they are the only things that need to be turned in.

i reached the max amount of documents so when a tutor is chosen i will add the final lab procedures and materials links.

# Tag: Physics

## Physics Question

Research paper on the topic of Thermal Energy

Answer and address the three topics mentioned in instructions on attached pdf

Single spaced !

Minimum of 2 pages NOT including work cited page

Title each section for the assignment as follow: I – What is Thermal Energy.

II – History of Thermal Energy.

III – Current advancements in Thermal Energy

Work cited pageinclude at least 5 citations

Citations must be in-text !!!! you may use MLA in-text citation

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## lab report

Please I need help to complete this lab report and attached an old example of the report to see how it must looks like and DO NOT copy anything from it just use as your references. Please read the result page on the pdf file carefully, if you are not sure about it please ask 🙂

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## Physics question

Use the Statistics tool on the Acceleration vs. Time graph to find the average acceleration. How does this compare with the acceleration value for the same drop, determined from the slope of the Velocity vs. Time graph? In the space below, record the value for the acceleration from the slope of the Velocity vs. Time graph and record the average acceleration from the Statistics tool on the Acceleration vs. Time graph.

Use anyone of your 6 Trials that is the closest in value to 9.8 m/s2. Begin with the phrase…

”For trial #_________, the value for the acceleration due to gravity, g from the slope of the Velocity vs. Timegraph is _______________m/s2 while the average acceleration for the same drop from the Acceleration vs. Time graph is ______________________m/s2.

I need to solve only this question and I have attached the worksheet for this a

## discussion question and peer response

For this discussion, respond to the following…

Discussion Question 1:

Discuss the differences between the Einstein’s Theory of Relativity and Classical Physics Theory (i.e. Galileo and Newton, etc.)

Discussion Question 2:

Discuss the wave-particle duality of light and its implications. What are possible industrial applications?

You will also need to post a response to at least two of your classmates’ posts.Also, make sure that your response(s) are substantial and consist of at least 25 words.

ANSWER BOTH QUESTIONS

Classmate 1 ER TUR

Einstein’s theory takes into account reference frames – how two different observers might experience different notions of time and distance depending on their reference frame. That is, a moving observer (especially one nearing the speed of light) experiences, compared to a stationary observer, different dimensions – well – differently.

Taking the example of a meter stick. In Newtonian physics, the meter stick appears to be a meter long no matter who is observing it and regardless of reference frame. With Einstein and his ability to build on contemporaneous advancements in measurement (such as c, the measurement of the speed of light), Special Relativity allows us to conceptualize that a meter stick may be a meter long to a person holding it while moving near c – but to an outside observer the meter stick appears to be much longer. Much like our view, as observers, of the Millennium Falcon making the jump into Hyperspace. The ship appears to elongate to a degree that it becomes a continuous line rather than a normal Corellian smuggler vessel – as those aboard the Falcon perceive it to be while moving in Hyperspace.

This example extends to another important dimension – time. To an observer moving near c, an instant would be quite a bit shorter than that same “instant” to an outside observer. As the first observer moves faster, their perception of “normal” time is within a different frame of reference. What appears to be a year to them would appear, to a stationary observer, a period of time that would be quite a bit longer. Using the Lorentz transformation for time dilation, a year for an observer moving at .95c would be 3.2 years for a stationary observer. That gulf would increase as the moving observer approached c to the point that if – theoretically – c is achieved, the stationary observer would have to wait infinity.

All of this contrasts with Newtonian, or Classical, Physics. In that realm, a second is a second – the same to a stationary observer and a different, simultaneous observer riding on the fastest horse that the early 18th-century could muster. Likewise, a meter stick held by the rider would be a meter in length to both observers. Using Einstein’s theory, that second and meter stick would be ever-so-slightly lengthened to the stationary observer. Imperceptibly so, but so.

Discuss the wave-particle duality of light and its implications. What are possible industrial applications?

Wave-particle duality is the mixture of opposing theories of light. Is light a particle or a wave? The implications of this are interesting and were tidied up by deBroglie and his equation. Matter can have a wavelength, like light. And if matter can behave in a manner similar to light – can light not behave in a manner similar to matter? This is an interesting thing to ponder. And not only to ponder, but to observe.

In industrial applications, light has the ability to strike an electron and release that electron from its atom. This release generates voltage – an obvious and important idea in the development of solar panels. As light can behave as matter, according to de Broglie, a solar panel becomes an electron-microscopically small, very-intense, and very chaotic game of billiards. The bombardment of the solar panel with particles of light, photons (though these photons have zero mass and whose momentum is explained by Special Relativity), is sufficient to generate a photovoltaic effect.

RESPOND TO THIS IN ATLEAST 25 WORDS

Classmate 2 nit tay

Newton’s laws are in almost everything we see and observe on a daily basis. His laws have been the basis of almost all of our discoveries on earth and in space. Newton’s laws worked on every planet in the solar system except for mercury, when it came down to the rotation of the planet around the sun his theories did not work. However, with Einstein, he was able to solve this problem with his math and this is where the theory of his relativity came into play. Interesting enough, Newton’s theories did continue to work and add up for the other planets.

Wave particle duality is basically saying that light and matter display properties of particles and waves. Duality shows a way to address insufficiency of conventional concepts such as wave and particle, to fully describe the behavior of quantum objects. It can be used for high energy neutron beams for crystallography. Neutrons are usually thought to be in relation to particles, but in this instance the wave behavior is used to find structure of the materials. It is also used in electron microscopy. This is when the small wavelengths associated with the electron used to see objects smaller than what is visible in natural light

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## Physics questions

At what frequency does a 10-μF capacitor have a reactance of 1200 Ω?

In a circuit containing an inductor and a capacitor, the angular frequency of oscillation is found to be 250 rad/s. If the capacitor has a capacitance of 8𝜇𝐹μF, what is the inductance of the inductor?If the maximum charge on a 6 nF Capacitor connected in an LC circuit is 1.5 x 10-5 C, what is the energy stored in the capacitor?

In a circuit containing an inductor and a capacitor, the angular frequency of oscillation is found to be 250 rad/s. If the capacitor has a capacitance of 8𝜇𝐹μF, what is the inductance of the inductor?

If the maximum current flowing through a LC circuit is 3.0 x 10-2 A and the energy stored in the magnetic field of the inductor is given by 8.2 x 10-6 J, what is the inductance of the inductor?

## Please help me finish this in 2 hours

The electronic configuration of iron, 26Fe, is 1s22s22p63s23p63d64s2. There are 6 electrons in the outermost, partially-filled sub-shell 3d.

What are the allowed values of the total spin S for iron?

What are the possible values of the total orbital angular momentum L when the spin multiplicity is maximized?

With reference to the first two Hund’s rules, explain why the state 5D is the one with lowest energy for iron (ignore J).

Note: it might be useful to draw the m sub-shells using arrows to represent the electrons occupying the orbital 3d and, as such, illustrate the possible arrangements, consistent with the Pauli exclusion principle, in terms of m and spin orientation.

## discussion board

Hello , i have some work to do , everything is explained below .

discussion board

In order to understand Archimedes Principle you will learn this week, it is important to understand basic definitions. Based on the assigned reading for the chapter 9, describe your observations in the image below using the CER Method.

“According to the Claim, Evidence, Reasoning (CER) model, an explanation consists of:

A claim that answers the question

Evidence from students’ data

Reasoning that involves a rule or scientific principle that describes why the evidence supports the claim”

Source (Links to an external site.)

The bright spots in the image are just reflected light and have nothing to do with this discussion question.

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1- Initial Discussion Post

Why are the three fluids and one gas layered as they are in this jar? No special procedure was used to make this happen. Be very descriptive in your answer and make sure to discuss all four layers A, B, C, and D using CER. In your answer identify each portion of your answer that corresponds to CER. (Example: Claim – your answer, Evidence – your answer, Reasoning – your answer.) Using this table Download table as well as what you observe in the image, identify a reasonable combination of what the A,B,C, and D layers could be composed of. Students who apply only the table and not observations to identify A,B,C, and D will have a reduced grade. In other words, your claim must correspond with your observation and the information provided to you in the question.

2- Reply to a Classmate Post (i’ll send it later . I have to post mine first then i can see my classmate reply )

Reply to a classmate who doesn’t already have a reply. Correct any misconceptions or errors your classmate made in their initial post. Did you learn anything from what they wrote? If so what is it, and provide a thorough explanation of what it is you learned. Next, watch this (3:29) video and take notes. Using CER explain what you observe about the ice cubes in jars 1 and 2. Why are the ice cubes exhibiting different behavior in the 2 jars? Make sure to provide any calculations needed for the R portion of CER. Utilize the terminology you learned in Chapter 9 and apply Archimedes principle to the ice in both jars with thorough explanations and any applicable equations. Calculate the density of both fluids and identify what they potentially are based on the table provided above for the initial post. Do you have enough information to calculate the Buoyant Force on the ice cubes in each jar? If so, make the calculation. If not, explain what information is needed and how it could be obtained. (To earn credit for any required calculations you must show your work. No work, no credit.)

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## quantum numbers

Suppose three electrons in an atom have quantum numbers n = 2 and 1= 1. (a) How many states are possible for those three electrons? (b) If the Pauli exclusion principle did not apply to the electrons, how many states would be possible.