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Publisher: University of Minnesota
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This course material covers a two and a half week introduction to VERILOG programming using FPGAs (Field Programmable Gate Arrays). It is an attempt to modernize the current digital…
Statistical Analysis of Data  [ Report ]
  
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Treatise on statistical analysis of data geared toward students in the advanced physics lab. Includes instructions on using Excel for linear and nonlinear regression and the "delta…
Savitsky-Golay Filters  [ Report ]
  
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This paper describes how to create Savitsky-Golay filters for smoothing and determining derivatives from raw data taken at points equally spaced in time based on a polynomial fitting…
  
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Mössbauer Effect Data Center
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This website provides current and historical information on Rudolf L. Mössbauer and Mössbauer spectroscopy (a type of nuclear gamma resonant spectroscopy). Mössbauer spectroscopy can…
  
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N. Forde, D. Lee, and J. Bechhoefer
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N. Forde, D. Lee, and J. Bechhoefer, 2018 Conference on Laboratory Instruction Beyond the First Year of College (2018).
Fluorescence correlation spectroscopy (FCS) is a technique used to characterize diffusion in biological and soft-matter systems. We have built and incorporated an FCS set-up into our…
  
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Atomic force microscopes (AFMs) are commonplace in research laboratories and have recently been priced for educational use. We have designed several biophysical experiments for these…
Micro-ESR As A Laboratory Teaching Tool  [ Conference Proceedings ]
  
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C. Hofstetter and J. White, 2015 Conference on Laboratory Instruction Beyond the First Year of College, 40-43 (2015).
Active Spectrum’s Micro-ESR spectrometer is a portable (10 kg), X-band (9.7 GHz) CW benchtop electron spin resonance spectrometer. The Micro-ESR is an ideal tool for teaching…
  
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N. Ackerman, A. Lovell, M. Franklin, R. Cupp, Y. Wan, V. Wood, C. Day, and E. Whisnant
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N. Ackerman, A. Lovell, M. Franklin, R. Cupp, Y. Wan, V. Wood, C. Day, and E. Whisnant, 2015 Conference on Laboratory Instruction Beyond the First Year of College, 4-7 (2015).
Agnes Scott College has a significant number of sustainability initiatives, including a hydrogeothermal HVAC system and five solar photovoltaic arrays. The Physics and Astronomy…
  
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Designed for a fourth-year biological physics laboratory, Phys 433, at Simon Fraser University. Contact Nancy Forde (nforde@sfu.ca) or John Bechhoefer (johnb@sfu.ca) for further…
  
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Designed for a fourth-year biological physics laboratory, Phys 433, at Simon Fraser University. Contact Nancy Forde (nforde@sfu.ca) or John Bechhoefer (johnb@sfu.ca) for further…
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