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American Journal of Physics
  
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Publisher: American Association of Physics Teachers, Am. J. Phys., 67 (5), 389-393 (1999).
An article published in 1999 by the American Journal of Physics that describes an experiment on quantum conductance of nanocontacts. This material is an important reference for…
  
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J. Essick
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A table-top experiment designed to measure quantized conductance in gold nanowires. Students Christopher May and Asher Davidson, under the guidance of Prof. John Essick - Reed…
  
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J. Bobowski and J. De Vos
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J. Bobowski and J. De Vos, 2015 Conference on Laboratory Instruction Beyond the First Year of College, 16-19 (2015).
An experiment that investigates the transition from conductive to dielectric screening of electric fields by a tube of water has been designed for senior physics undergraduates. A…
  
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J. Bobowski
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J. Bobowski, 2015 Conference on Laboratory Instruction Beyond the First Year of College, 20-23 (2015).
This paper describes how to measure the complex permittivity and permeability of materials using split-ring resonators. High-Q split-ring resonators, which can be modelled as LRC…
  
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R. Krantz, N. Hoen, J. Zimmerman, R. Tagg, and J. Carlson
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R. Krantz, N. Hoen, J. Zimmerman, R. Tagg, and J. Carlson, 2015 Conference on Laboratory Instruction Beyond the First Year of College, 48-51 (2015).
This past spring (2015) three of us (RK, RT, JC) team-taught a Junior level laboratory in which physics majors are required, over two semesters, to complete experiments in 8 out of…
  
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L. McCann
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L. McCann, 2015 Conference on Laboratory Instruction Beyond the First Year of College, 64-67 (2015).
An inexpensive experiment using a reverse-biased LED as an avalanche photodiode is described. The experiment is rich in physics topics and experimental techniques, allowing students…
  
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Publisher: Bethel University
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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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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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B. Thompson
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The material is an update of the circuit for the Johnson Noise / Boltzmann's constant experiment from Melissinos and Napolitano "Experiments in Modern Physics". The op-amps used in…
Differential X-Ray Absorption JS Model  [ Computer Program ]
  
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M. Gallis
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The Differential X-Ray Absorption JavaScript Model provides a qualitative exploration of how X-rays interact with varying material properties and how this difference can produce…
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