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This laboratory course is designed to accompany Physics 12. Students registered in Physics 22 must now be enrolled in or have completed Physics 12. Students who withdraw from Physics 12 during the summer must also withdraw from Physics 22.
Reminder: Add, Drop or Section Changes must be done by phone
registration, via the UVM Registrar's web page, or through the registrar's
and/or videos of equipment used in the upcoming experiments, plus experiment
hints, safety instructions, etc., will be found on the Blackboard pages. In
addition, you will use Blackboard to look up the assigned ActivPhysics 2
exercises, and to check your Physics 22 lab grades.
one of your own choosing as soon as possible to protect the confidentially
of your grades posted on Blackboard! Remember this Blackboard
password! You will have the same Blackboard password for the rest of
your college career.If you have difficulty remembering many different
One 3-hour laboratory per week, held in Room A410 Cook Building. You must attend all
scheduled laboratory sessions, completing all data taking and analysis during your lab period.
Your data, graphs, and completed analysis must be handed in at the conclusion of the lab
period. A typewrittenabst r ac t of each experiment should be submitted within 48 hours following
the conclusion of your lab period, or by 10:00 a.m. of the next school day (whichever is later).
Prior to each lab, you should carefully read each upcoming experiment in the lab manual, review
information about the experiment posted on the Blackboard Physics 22 site, do the assigned
lab quizzes can be accessed by clicking on \u201ctake quiz\u201d in the left-hand menu bar of any Physics
22 Blackboard page. You must complete each quiz within a 30 minute time-limit, and you cannot
take a given quiz more than once. All quizzes are\u201c open-book \u201d, but must be completed without
help from any other person. Quizzes will be graded on a scale of five possible points, and the
average of your best five quiz grades will constitute 20% of your final lab grade. Although a quiz
will be available each week, you need only take five quizzes during the semester. You may
choose which you take, or you may take more than five, in which case only the five best quiz
grades will count towards your final quiz average.
Laboratory Notebook (5 x 5 quadrille ruled) duplicate pages with carbon, (available in the UVM bookstore); a 6" protractor with see-through metric rule, (C-thru Model 376M suggested); pencil with eraser; Electronic calculator with trigonometric and exponential functions, and scientific notation.
laboratory notebook. Make sure that you use a carbon under each \u201ctear-out\u201d page so that
you have a record of your data and analysis. All entries should be clear and complete concerning
what is being recorded and the details and conditions of the experimental setup. If you must redo
a measurement, explain the reason in your notebook and cross-out the old data in such a way
that it can still be read. Never erase! General guidelines for preparing acceptable lab reports are
given in theInt r oduc t ion of the Physics 21 Introductory Lab manual, excerpts from which are
posted in the lab. At the end of each lab period you are expected to hand in, to be graded,
describing the objective(s) of the experiment, any physics background information that is
especially relevant to the experiment, the basic experimental procedure(s) used, and important
results that are clearly supported by your observations and analysis. (Abstracts are strictly
2 pts. - Acceptable, sufficient data taken and recorded, but major revisions to the analysis and/or abstract are needed.
1 pt. - Unacceptable, submitted data is not adequately labeled and/or is insufficient to support the required analysis.
Your laboratory report (abstract, data and analysis) will be graded within 3 school days after it has
been submitted. You may check your lab grades on Blackboard. If you need to revise your
report, you may, if necessary, see your lab instructor during their office hours to discuss
improvements that need to be made, or pick up your graded report from the blue hallway\u201cret urn-
regularly scheduled time will result in a grade of zero for that activity unless you have received
permission from Prof. Malghani to attend a different session. If you anticipate that you will be
unable to attend your regularly scheduled lab, you must reschedule it with Prof. Malghani ASAP.
Be prepared to provide documentation of the reason why you were unable to attend at the regular
time. If you miss a laboratory due to legitimate circumstances beyond your control and are unable
to arrange to attend another session, apply to Prof. Malghani for an excused absence. There is a
limit, however. A student missing three laboratories, for any reason, will receive an
to attend a different session because of a particular scheduling problem or illness, you should hand in your report to the instructor of the section you attend. Your report will be graded by that instructor and posted on Blackboard.
(In unusual circumstances, when necessary to compensate for significant differences in grading
between different lab sections - final course grades for students in a particular section may be
adjusted.)Students who are concerned about their performance in the course are encouraged to
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