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Byline:
B. Thacker
2015 AAPT-ALPhA Award

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D. O'Neil
This document guides students through two experiments developed for an intermediate Classical Mechanics course. 1. Undamped pendulum (employs a small weight attached to a long…

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D. O'Neil
This document provides supplementary materials (experimental activities and tutorials) for a unit on oscillations and simple harmonic motion in intermediate-level Classical…

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K. Williams
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…
Double Pendulum Tracker Experiment  [ Computer Program ]

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100
Byline:
A. Morawa and K. Strama
This Tracker experiment shows a double pendulum made of two wooden boards with different lengths. The Tracker analysis uses a moving coordinate system to measure the angle between…

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100
Byline:
S. Shamim, W. Zia, and M. Anwar; Publisher: LUMS School of Science and Engineering, Pakistan
Describes an experiment to acquaint students with physical illustrations of concepts in Fourier analysis using a simple experimental setup involving wavelike behavior. In addition,…

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100
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J. Alam and M. Anwar; Publisher: LUMS School of Science and Engineering, Pakistan
In this experiment, we will discover: 1. how very simple systems can exhibit complex behavior under certain conditions, 2. the richness of the mathematical and physical structure…

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100
Byline:
J. Alam and M. Anwar
A pendulum is a simple systems in terms of its mathematical basis and the range of fields of science that it can relate to. With slight modifications, it can exhibit insightful…
Swinging Atwood's Machine Model  [ Computer Program ]

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100
Byline:
L. Ruckle
The Swinging Atwood's Machine Model is an extension of the traditional Atwood's machine where one hanging mass is allowed to swing like a pendulum. One assumes that all motions for…

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100
Byline:
Q. Zhang; Editor: D. Hudek
In this experiment we measure the dispersion relationship of Surface Plasmon Waves. Upon the total reflection of TH polarized incident light from the glass and air interface in a…
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