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H. Perry and M. Lowe
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Using Pfundt’s Method to find the index of refraction of transparent solids and liquids had been part of the intermediate laboratory repertory for decades. The advent of diode lasers…
  
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A. Lytle
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Undergraduate students can have difficulty transferring theoretical knowledge, in particular more abstract mathematical models, to lab experiments, connecting theory with real…
Uncertainty Propagation in Modern Physics Lab  [ Conference Proceedings ]
  
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G. Hassel, D. Broder, and J. Cummings
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G. Hassel, D. Broder, and J. Cummings, 2018 Conference on Laboratory Instruction Beyond the First Year of College (2018).
Uncertainty or error analysis is an important skill to be developed throughout the undergraduate physics laboratory curriculum. Numerical estimation and propagation of measurement…
  
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M. Hennessey, D. Lezcano, S. Mian, G. Carnicella, T. Arcidiacono, V. Robbiano, and F. Cacialli
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M. Hennessey, D. Lezcano, S. Mian, G. Carnicella, T. Arcidiacono, V. Robbiano, and F. Cacialli, 2018 Conference on Laboratory Instruction Beyond the First Year of College (2018).
We present a polarization study of a 3D photonic crystal suitable for an undergraduate advanced physics laboratory or senior project. The crystal is made of 200-nm diameter…
  
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M. Anwar and R. Salman; Publisher: LUMS School of Science and Engineering, Pakistan
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in this experiment the students will explore the idea of propagation of light through an isotropic media under the influence of external magnetic field.
  
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Publisher: LUMS School of Science and Engineering, Pakistan
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The goal of this experiment is to familiarize students with the Michelson Interferometer. It introduces optical components like beam splitters, translation and rotational stages,…
  
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A. Khalid and M. Anwar; Publisher: LUMS School of Science and Engineering, Pakistan
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Brownian motion is the random motion of colloidal particles suspended in water, air or any other solvent. In 1905, Einstein argued that this motion is a direct evidence for the…
  
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M. Masters and T. Grove
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M. Masters and T. Grove, 2009 Topical Conference on Advanced Laboratories (2009).
We have been modifying our intermediate optics class and laboratory with a focus on improving student learning through the use of active engagement. To facilitate this process we…
Paraxial ray optics cloaking  [ Journal Article ]
  
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J. Choi and J. Howell; Publisher: Optica, Opt. Express, 22 (24), 29465-29478 (2014).
Despite much interest and progress in optical spatial cloaking, a three-dimensional (3D), transmitting, continuously multi-directional cloak in the visible regime has not yet been…
  
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R. Widenhorn
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This laboratory exercise uses standard physics laboratory equipment to create an analogy to image formation in Computed Tomography. Objects are placed in an enclosure that is largely…
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