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In this experiment students measure the effects of a magnetic field on the polarization of light (laser beam) propagating through, or reflected from, a solid transparent medium. The…
  
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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…
  
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M. Kutzner and P. Wong
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This lab manual contains descriptions of a series of laboratories covering the ideal gas laws and ideal gas processes. These experiments are designed for introductory high school and…
  
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T. Grove and M. Masters
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This web site provides discovery based optics labs for sophomore through senior level students. These labs concentrate heavily on developing comprehension and independence of the…
  
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An intermediate level experiment to determine the emission spectrum from a heated blackbody object (filament lamp) as a function of temperature using a photo-diode and a set of…
  
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The purpose of this experiment is to familiarize the student with the Geiger-Mueller counter. This counter is a widely used pulse-counting instrument that uses gas amplification,…
  
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University of Chicago, Department of Physics
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Students measure infra-red transmission through silicon, germanium and gallium arsenide. The band gap energies are measured and transitions are characterized as direct or indirect.
  
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University of Chicago, Department of Physics
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Students measure the heat capacity of nickel and niobium in the temperature range 4K to 300K.
  
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Students study the Hall Effect in single crystal germanium, doped with gallium. The Hall voltage, resistivity, and mobility are studied in the temperature range 78K to 430K.
  
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Students measure total cross sections for several gamma energies for aluminum, iron and lead.
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