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V. Bistrow
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Students count radioactive decays using a multi-channel scaler. After histogramming, the distributions are compared to Poisson and Gaussian forms.
  
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Publisher: Simon Fraser University Department of Physics
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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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J. Alam and M. Anwar
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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…
  
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J. Alam and M. Anwar; Publisher: LUMS School of Science and Engineering, Pakistan
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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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S. Shamim, W. Zia, and M. Anwar; Publisher: LUMS School of Science and Engineering, Pakistan
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Describes an experiment to acquaint students with physical illustrations of concepts in Fourier analysis using a simple experimental setup involving wavelike behavior. In addition,…