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V. Bistrow; Publisher: University of Chicago, Department of Physics
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Students find the relationships among angular momentum, magnetic moment and gyro-magnetic ratio, using a classical analog to an electron (TeachSpin Magnetic Torque apparatus) and…
  
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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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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. 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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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…