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1.5 Formal Lab Reports
1.6 Exercises
Basic Electronic Circuits
2.1 Voltage, Resistance, and Current
2.1.1 Loop and Junction Rules
2.1.2 The Voltage Divider
2.2 Capacitors and AC Circuits
2.2.1 DC and AC circuits
2.2.2 Impedance
2.2.3 The Generalized Voltage Divider
2.3 Inductors
2.4 Diodes and Transistors
2.4.1 Diodes
2.4.2 Transistors
2.5 Exercises
3.1 Wire and Cable
3.1.1 Basic Considerations
3.1.2 Coaxial Cable
3.1.3 Connections
3.2 DC Power Supplies
3.3 Waveform Generators
3.4 Meters
3.5 Oscilloscopes
3.5.1 Sweep and Trigger
3.5.2 Input Voltage Control
3.5.3 Dual Trace Operation
3.5.4 Bandwidth
3.5.5 XY Operation
3.6 Digitizers
3.6.2 Other Digital Devices
3.7 Digital Oscilloscopes
3.7.1 The LeCroy 9310 Digital Oscilloscope
3.8 Computer Interfaces
3.9 Exercises
4.1 The Resistor String
4.3 Response to a Pulse
5.1 Scattering from a Potential Well
5.1.1 Transmission past a One Dimensional Well
5.1.2 Three Dimensional Scattering
5.2 Measurements
5.2.1 Procedure
5.2.2 Analysis
Experimental Uncertainties
6.1 Systematic and Random Uncertainties
6.2 Determining the Uncertainty
6.2.1 Systematic Uncertainty
6.2.2 Random Uncertainty
6.2.3 Using matlab
6.3 Propagation of Errors
6.3.1 Examples: Fractional Uncertainty
6.3.2 Dominant Uncertainty
6.4 Exercises
7.1 Gravity and the Pendulum
7.2 Measurements and Analysis
8.1 Electrostatics of Gases
8.2 Measurements
8.2.1 Procedure
8.2.2 Analysis
Statistical Analysis
9.1 The Mean as the Best Value
9.2 Curve Fitting
9.2.1 Straight Line Fitting
9.2.2 Fitting to Linear Functions
9.2.3 Nonlinear Fitting
9.3 Covariance and Correlations
9.4 Distributions
9.4.1 The Binomial Distribution
9.4.2 The Poisson Distribution
9.4.3 The Gaussian Distribution
9.5 Data Analysis With matlab
9.6 Exercises
10.1.1 Resistance and Resistivity
10.1.2 The Eddy Current Technique
10.2 Measurements
10.2.1 Procedure
10.2.2 Analysis
Light Production and Detection
11.1 Sources of Light
11.1.2 Discrete Line Sources
11.1.3 Lasers
11.2 Measuring Light Intensity
11.2.1 Photographic Film
11.2.2 Photomultiplier Tubes
11.2.3 Photodiodes
11.3 Exercises
12.1. ENERGY LEVELS OF THE HYDROGEN ATOM 199
12.1 Energy Levels of the Hydrogen Atom
12.1.1 Corrections
12.2 Measurements
12.2.1 Procedure: Baird Spectrograph
12.2.2 Procedure: Jarrell–Ash Spectrometer
12.2.3 Analysis
Noise and Noise Reduction
13.1 Signal and Noise
13.1.1 Example: Background Subtraction
13.2 Kinds of Noise
13.2.1 Shot Noise
13.2.2 Johnson Noise
13.2.3 1/f Noise
13.3. NOISE REDUCTION TECHNIQUES 237
13.3 Noise Reduction Techniques
13.3.1 Frequency ﬁlters
13.3.2 Negative Feedback and Operational Ampliﬁers
13.3.3 The Lock-In Ampliﬁer
13.4 Exercises
Experiment 7: Johnson Noise
14.1 Thermal Motion of Electrons
14.2 Measurements
14.3.2 Frequency Spectrum
14.3.3 Circuit Modiﬁcations
15.1 Magnetically Induced Optical Rotation
15.1.1 Electromagnetic Waves and Polarization
15.2.1 Polarization Calibration
15.2.2 Applying the Magnetic Field
15.2.3 Using the Lock-In
16.1 Nuclear Magnetism and Precession
16.2 Measurements
16.2.1 Equipment Settings and Parameters
16.2.2 Procedure and Analysis
16.3.1 Spin Relaxation Times
16.3.2 Magnetic Moments of Nuclei
Elementary Particle Detection
17.1.1 Charged Particles
17.1.2 Photons and Electrons
17.1.3 Neutrons
17.2. KINDS OF PARTICLE DETECTORS 319
17.2 Kinds of Particle Detectors
17.2.1 Solid Angle
17.2.2 Gaseous Ionization Detectors
17.2.3 Scintillation Detectors
17.3. PULSE PROCESSING ELECTRONICS 331
17.3 Pulse Processing Electronics
17.3.1 Ampliﬁers
17.3.2 Discriminators and Single Channel Analyzers
17.3.3 Processing Logic Signals
17.4 Exercises
18.1 Nuclear Decay
18.2 Measurements
18.2.1 Particle Counting Statistics
18.2.3 Half Life Measurements
19.1 Correlated Pairs of γ-Rays
19.2 Measurements
19.2.1 Procedure and Analysis
19.3 γγ Angular Correlation in 60
20.1 Scattering Light from Electrons
20.1.1 Relativistic Kinematics
20.1.2 Classical and Quantum Mechanical Scattering
20.2.2 Analysis
20.3.1 Recoil Electron Detection
20.3.2 Extracting the Diﬀerential Cross Section
Principles of Quantum Physics
A.1 Photons
A.2 Wavelength of a Particle
A.3 Transitions between Bound States
B.1 The Ideal Gas
B.2 The Maxwell Distribution
Principles of Mathematics
C.1 Derivatives and Integrals
C.2 Taylor Series
C.3 Natural Logarithms
C.4 Complex Variables
A Short Guide to MATLAB
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