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These videos are a brief summary of each experiment. They include the theory, equipment, safety considerations and measurements to be taken. You may find that with the equipment at your school there are some slight variations to the method and how you analyse your data. Please comment on the videos on my YouTube channel if you have any queries or would like to share your experiences with other.
A-LEVEL. PHYSICS. AS (7407) A-level (7408) AQA Education (AQA) is a registered charity (number 1073334) and a company limited by guarantee registered in England and Wales (number 3644723). Our registered address is AQA, Devas Street, Manchester M15 6EX. 2 of 149 This is the Physics version of this practical handbook. The sections on tabulating data, significant figures, uncertainties, graphing.
Firstly I gathered up all my equipment that I would be using for the experiment, (which I have listed above), I measured the length of my copper wire to my desired measurement where I used the average length for all three of my tests. Then I got that piece of copper wire and put it on a piece of wood and I then covered the piece of wood with another piece and clamped it together with a G.
The bottom of the tube should be level with the -10 o C mark on the thermometer. Put the thermometer and tube in the water, the open end of the tube should be just above water level. Record the water temperature. Record the volume of the trapped air in the tube, you should record this as a number of thermometer divisions. (Remember it starts at -10 o). Light the bunsen and heat the water to.Learn More
For Level 1, or if you desire something more in depth, we also have the following resources. Guide to writing a Level 1 Lab report; Example Level 1 Lab report; Spoof Lab Report in the accepted style (Note that those marked Level 1 will, for the most part, still be relevant to higher years).Learn More
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These experimental reports were written as part of the coursework for AS level Physics. The brief was to design and complete an experiment, analyse the results and make improvements. The experiment was then repeated and the results analysed to assess whether the improvements worked. So this coursework tests whether students can improve an experiment. Marks were awarded for a good explanation.Learn More
AS and A-level Physics Core Practical: 2. Investigation of the interference effects by. The first experiment A requires you to use your knowledge of how diffraction gratings work. The second experiment B requires you to use your knowledge of Young’s Double Slit experiment Tables are provided for you, and space to answer questions. There is also space for you to write notes as you work.Learn More
What this experiment aims to show is how probability is related to radioactive decay. We use coins in this experiment as a model that reflects the randomness of the radioactive decay process. Keeping in mind the randomness of the results from this experiment, one should expect to achieve the desired results eventually (it is a matter of time and trial and error).Learn More
The apparatus I will use in this experiment is as follows: 1 ammeter (to measure current) 1 voltmeter (to measure voltage) 5 x wires; 2 crocodile clips; Power pack; 100cm nichrome wire; Method. First, I will collect the apparatus I need and set it up as shown in Diagram 1, below. Next, I will set the power pack on the lowest voltage possible to.Learn More
Aim of the experiment. To measure the frequency, wavelength and speed of waves in a ripple tank. Method. Set up the ripple tank as shown in the diagram with about 5 cm depth of water.Learn More
An important idea to introduce is that of reducing the biggest cause of uncertainty before trying to improve the effects of lesser causes. As an example, it would be a good idea to use a micrometer rather than a vernier calliper for measuring the diameter of the wire - a small increase in the precision of the diameter gives a much better precision in the cross sectional area.Learn More
Physics 4 Laboratory Young’s Double-Slit Interference Experiment Prelab Exercise Please read the Procedure section and try to understand the physics involved and how the ex-perimental procedure works. These questions should help you to be prepared for a productive experience in lab. Complete this exercise and bring your responses to lab with you. 1. Young’s double-slit experiment was.Learn More
The steps to perform the experiment are as follows: 1. Set up the apparatus as shown in Fig 1. 2. The material (spring) to be tested is fixed at one end of the clamp, hanging parallel with the ruler (meter stick). 3. A known force is applied to the material, causing it to be displaced. 4. It’s displaced length is measured and noted. 5. Steps 3 to 4 are repeated a number of times (in this.Learn More
Biology practical write-up example I have never done this experiment. The results are fictitious. I prepared this purely to give students an example of how a simple biology investigation could be written up. The effect of Coca-Cola on the growth of plants Aim. To investigate the effect that Coca-Cola has upon growing plant seedlings. Hypothesis. It is expected that plants watered with Coca.Learn More