FINAL EXAM BREAKDOWN: Mechanics 30%, Thermal-Gravitation-Circular 15 %, Waves 27%, Nuclear-Particle 28%
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QUIZ: Standard Model 7.3, June 8.
QUIZ: Atomic-Nuclear (7.1 & 7.2). May 18 (Paper ONE), May 25 (Paper TWO).
QUIZ. Standing Waves. April 18.
QUIZ: Interference, Diffraction and Polarization. April 6.
QUIZ: Waves Types and Refraction, March19.
QUIZ: Modelling a Gas. Thursday March 1.
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5-6. Particle Physics Work Day.

Final Exam Prep Folder.

5-4. Tsokos. PG 754: 1-7, 9-12, 14, 15, 16, 18, 19. Haiku IB Problems.
5-31. Feynman Diagrams
5-29. Elementary Particles ... Take the Particle Adventure. Watch CERN: Standard Model. MUST-Read Sec 7.3 of Oxford.

5-25. QUIZ (if you feel up for it).

Elementary Particles ... Take the Particle Adventure. Watch CERN: Standard Model

5-23. Submit the Half-life Simulation HERE.

5-18. QUIZ. Survey for Mr. Graether's student.
5-14/16. Work Day.
  • Atomic-Nuclear Haiku Problems.
  • Oxford. PG 304: 1-8.
5-10. Nuclear Reactions, Tsokos PG 387: 4-9, 11.
5-8. Catch up with all work and do QUIZ corrections.

4-27/5-2. This is your work for Friday and Wednesday ... I will be checking this.

  • Radioactivity Tsokos. PG 379: 3, 4, 15.
  • Oxford. PG 304: 3, 4.
  • Atomic Energy Level problems
  • State TWO more experimenst you could do involving WAVES. Provide the Research Question, the IV and DV. Add this to the document you already created in the shared folder: 2019 IA Ideas SL. It is okay to look up experiments in books and internet to generate ideas that you can change into your own.
4-25. Radioactivity Tsokos, PG 379: 5, 6, 8-14, 17. Neutrinos from Sixty Symbols

Recommended Watch The Atom by Al-Khalili ... episode 1: Clash of the Titans.

4-23. The Atom- Nucleus. Emission-Absorption Spectrum Videos: One ... Two ... Oxford: Review worked examples PG 270 and 273, PG 304: 1, 2. Tsokos PG 372: 1-11
4-18. QUIZ..... The Atom- Nucleus. Emission-Absorption Spectrum Videos: One ... Two ... Oxford: Review worked examples PG 270 and 273, PG 304: 1, 2.

4-16. Standing waves summary.

4-12. Speed of Sound and Resonance Investigation. ... tips, resonance tubes. Ruben's Tube

LAB DUE on MONDAY.

4-10. Standing Waves: ... TEXT ... PG 256: 11-17.
4-6. QUIZ.
4-4. Quiz Prep. Paper 1 Problems.

4-2. Polarization.

  • Tsokos Polarization Problems, PG 279: 18, 19, 22, 8.
  • Double Slit and Interference problems in Haiku.
  • Oxford PG166: 8, 13.
3-27. Polarization. TEXT. PG 278: 4, 7, 10-16.

3-23. Young's Double Slit Experiment (simulation). Experimentally, find the wavelength of a laser (R, G, or B). While you will have only one trial, you should still have 7 values of the IV. You are expected to follow the protocol of labs: data table, scatter plot, linearize (if needed), find the wavelength (WITH uncertainty) ... you should know the routine well by now.

For your reference: Make your own Double Slit demonstration.

3-21. Single and Double Slit Diffraction.

  • Double Slit Problems. Tsokos: PG 631: 2, 3, 7, 8.
  • Index of Refraction Experiment. Find "n" using a scatter plot. Be sure to consider uncertainties (error bars and min-max lines). Share your lab with me ... one document per group.
3-19. QUIZ. Single-slit Diffraction. TEXT(diff). PG 265: 1-4. 

3-15. Interference.

3-13. Finding the Index of Refraction Experimentally. Find "n" using a scatter plot. Be sure to consider uncertainties (error bars and min-max lines).
3-9. Reflection and Refraction. HW. PG 236: 5, 7, 8, 10.
3-7. Simple Harmonic Motion ... Oxford, pg 164: 1-6.
3-5. Wave Types ... TEXT ...PG 225: 3, 7, 8, 11-13, 15-19. waves on a string simulation.

3-1. QUIZ Modelling a Gas.

Wave Types ... TEXT ... PG 225: 12-17. waves on a string simulation.

2-27. Final Preparation for Gas Law Quiz.

2-23. Modelling a Gas. Oxford Text. PG 113: 8-13.

Lab Work. Provide your estimate for "n" with uncertainty. Share your Google Doc with me.

  1. Data Table(s) with ±
  2. Scatter Plot with error bars (non-linear), inverse fit
  3. Processed Data Table (linearized data with ±)
  4. Scatter Plot with error bars (linear fit with min and max lines)
  5. Estimate for n with ±
  6. CONCLUDE: Did your graph support Boyles law? Was the intercept (0,0), if not can you think of a reason why it wasn't? Do you think that the temperature of the gas was constant throughout the experiment? Do you have any evidence to suggest that itwasn't constant?

Complete all by Tuesday.

Great resource: Organized Notes Thermal Physics (pg 8-9)

2-21. Ideal Gas Law. Tsokos, PG 181: 1-9, 15, 16, 17.

Verification of Boyle's Law. Use graph to estimate "n" with uncertainty.

Final Exam Corrections.

2-19. Ideal Gas Law. Tsokos, PG 181: 1-3, 5, 6. Remember for the ideal gas law you need to use the units Pascals, cubic meters, and Kelvins

Final Exam Corrections.

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