• Experimental Physics III
    • Department of Physics and Astronomy
    • Credit. 3
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    • Spring , 2015
    • 693
    • Course Description:
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    • This is an experimental course to provide junior students to conduct experiments in a laboratory environment. The topics include mechanics, optics, electromagnetism, and atomic physics. Some experiments in this course use computer-aided sensors for data taking and control.
    • Course Syllabus:
    • After completing the course, students should:

      1.Understand better about advanced topics such as Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, Compton scattering etc.
      2.Learn more advanced laboratory techniques such as computer-aided control and data acquisition
      3.Practicing independent thinking and operation and learn to collaborate in an experiment
    • Schedule:
    • Nuclear Magnetic Resonance 3 Laboratory Lab Reports Knows the basic of NMR Laboratory performance and Lab report
      Optical Multichannel Analyzer for Atomic Spectrum 3 Laboratory Lab Reports Understand the basics of Atomic spectrum and OMA operation Laboratory performance and Lab report
      X-ray and Compton Scattering 3 Laboratory Lab Reports Learn the basics of Compton scattering and know how to operate the instruments Laboratory performance and Lab report
      Vibration of Strings 3 Laboratory Lab Reports Learn how to use computer-aided acquisition to measure the vibration of strings Laboratory performance and Lab report
      Measurement of Speed of Light and Refractive Index 3 Laboratory Lab Reports Learn to measure the light speed using an oscilloscope to record data Laboratory performance and Lab report
      PN Junction 3 Laboratory Lab Reports Learn the basic relation of PN junction’s forward voltage drop and temperature dependence, and the method of PN junction for temperature measurement Laboratory performance and Lab report
      Young modulus 3 Laboratory Lab Reports Measuring the Young’s modulus of metal materials by dynamic suspension method Laboratory performance and Lab report
      Thermal Conductivity 3 Laboratory Lab Reports Understand the characteristics of the advantages of dynamic method, knowledge of heat wave and theory, measure the thermal conductivity Laboratory performance and Lab report
      Fourier Analysis of Signals 3 Laboratory Lab Reports Learn how to measure frequency spectra and how to use the Cassy Leb system for Fourier analysis Laboratory performance and Lab report
      Thermal Radiation 3 Laboratory Lab Reports Learn the basics of thermal radiation and the method to measure, compare with theory Laboratory performance and Lab report
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    • 倪凯旋
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    Laboratory performance (50%) + Lab reports (50%)
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