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E. Galvez and C. Holbrow
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This web site outlines a set of undergraduate physics labs that investigate quantum interference and entanglement with photons. The labs are designed for simplicity and low cost. A…
  
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C. Hoyt
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Participants will operate and characterize an erbium-doped fiber laser that is mode-locked using nonlinear polarization rotation. We will make an autocorrelation measurement of the…
  
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R. Peterson, C. Fredrick, and K. Stein
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The Faraday effect has ongoing applications including optical isolators and measuring dynamic magnetic fields in lab or space-based plasmas. A direct interferometric study of the…
  
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J. Petricka
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A three week sequence begins with an introduction to the lockin amplifier and builds to an automated measurement of Mie scattering. In week one, the lockin introduction builds…
  
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J. Battista and K. Jordan
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J. Battista and K. Jordan, Conference on Laboratory Instruction Beyond the First Year (2018).
Computed tomography (CT) is a 3-dimensional (3D) imaging technique used routinely in diagnostic medicine and treatment planning. Laboratory exercises are important for experiential…
  
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D. Shipp and C. Williams
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This lab manual presents an optical diffraction laboratory, redesigned to stimulate student autonomy. This lab is completed in a single class period within the first two weeks of the…
  
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K. Williams
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This experiment demonstrates the Debye-Sears Effect by using it to measure the velocity of sound in liquids or the wavelength of light for a medium with a known sound velocity. An…
  
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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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Undergraduate students can have difficulty transferring theoretical knowledge, in particular more abstract mathematical models, to lab experiments, connecting theory with real…
Graphical Approach to Multi-slit Interference Analysis  [ Conference Proceedings ]
  
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P. Allen, 2018 Conference on Laboratory Instruction Beyond the First Year of College (2018).
When Young's double-slit experiment is conducted in undergraduate lab courses, wavelength or slit spacing is commonly calculated using Young’s relation. For multi-slit gratings of…
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