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American Journal of Physics
  
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Editor: R. Torres-Isea, Am. J. Phys., 78 (3), 270-276 (2010).
"ABSTRACT: Three calculations of optical Faraday rotation are presented in which a linearly polarized field is incident on a medium of harmonic oscillators in the presence of a…
  
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Editor: R. Torres-Isea
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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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D. Harrison
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This page provides a flash simulation of Stern-Gerlach filters that select spin up electrons. The simulation allows the user to use up to three filters and to change the orientation…
  
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V. Bistrow
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Students measure the Balmer series of hydrogen and from the isotope shift of deuterium, deduce the mass of the deuteron.
Millikan Oil Drop Experiment JS  [ Computer Program ]
  
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S. Tuleja, W. Christian, M. Belloni, and A. Cox
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The Millikan Oil Drop Exploration is a virtual version of the Millikan's experiment. The experiment is based on balancing forces: the gravitational pull down on an oil drop and the…
  
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N. Abramzon and California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
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This file includes the materials for an experiment to determine the wavelengths emitted by hydrogen and helium. The hydrogen spectrum is used to calibrate the spectrometer, which is…
  
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T. Roach
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T. Roach, 2018 Conference on Laboratory Instruction Beyond the First Year of College (2018).
Balmer lines spectroscopy can reach an impressive level of precision even with the common student spectrometer. Understanding the sources of error can help the instructor in guiding…
Fourier Transform Spectroscopy in the Visible Range  [ Conference Proceedings ]
  
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J. Magnes and T. Hatch
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J. Magnes and T. Hatch, 2018 Conference on Laboratory Instruction Beyond the First Year of College (2018).
We present an undergraduate laboratory that utilizes Fourier spectroscopy with two lasers in the visible range to demonstrate the measurement technique. In addition to teaching an…
  
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N. Forde, D. Lee, and J. Bechhoefer
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N. Forde, D. Lee, and J. Bechhoefer, 2018 Conference on Laboratory Instruction Beyond the First Year of College (2018).
Fluorescence correlation spectroscopy (FCS) is a technique used to characterize diffusion in biological and soft-matter systems. We have built and incorporated an FCS set-up into our…
  
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N. Nicholas and P. Crowell
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Although undergraduate physics majors are introduced to concepts such as the fluctuation-dissipation theorem in statistical mechanics courses, they are almost never presented with a…
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