A Christian College of the Liberal Arts & Sciences

PHYS 275: Experimental Physics Laboratory

This course will focus on the experiments of modern physics, that is, those experiments that were crucial in the development of quantum physics since the beginning of the 20th century. Topics will include blackbody radiation, the photoelectric effect, electron diffraction and atomic spectra. Our approach will be to examine the classic and modern theoretical descriptions, then compare the predictions of these models with measrements.

Useful Information

Class Time    Thursday,  1:30 - 4:20 PM
Location         P117, P207
Instructor     Dr. Yuly 

File:Ernest Rutherford 1908.jpg"In science, there is only physics. All the rest is stamp collecting."
-Ernest Rutherford

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Experiment            Presenters
Photoelectric effect Maggie K., Laurel V., and Helen P.
Blackbody radiation Jonathan J. and Dan S.
Compton Scattering Kyle C. and August G.
Heidi K. and Christina G.
Electron Diffraction Michael G. and Andrew R. 
Frank Hertz  Jordan C. and Thomas E.
Atomic Spectroscopy Paul L. and Jon Y.