PHY 1104

Location: 
CAP 216
Week Activity Assignment
Jan 13 1104 - No Lab
Jan 20 Simple Pendulum 1104 Simple Pendulum
Jan 27 Speed of Sound 1104 Speed of Sound
Feb 3 Expansion of Solids 1104 Expansion of Solids
Feb 10 Specific Heat 1104 Specific Heat
Feb 17 Electrostatics 1104 Electrostatics
Feb 24 Electric Fields 1104 Electric Fields
Mar 3 Simple Circuits 1104 Simple Circuits
Mar 10 1104 - University Break
Mar 17 Ohm's Law 1104 Ohm's Law
Mar 24 Capacitance 1104 RC Circuits
Mar 31 1104 Magnetism I
Apr 7 1104 - State Holidays
Apr 14 1104 - Magnetism II
Apr 21 Optics 1104 Optics
Apr 28 1104 - Makeup possible

Lab Home

Intructors and Meeting Times

PHY 1104-101
Monday 5:00 - 6:50 PM
Dr. Durga Kafle (kafledn@appstate.edu)

PHY 1104-102
Monday 7:00 - 8:50 PM
Mr. Frank Luca (lucafr@email.appstate.edu)

PHY 1104-103
Tuesday 3:00 - 4:50 PM
Dr. James Solinsky (solinskyjc@appstate.edu)

PHY 1104-104
Tuesday 5:00 - 6:50 PM
Mr. Joe Fagan (faganjb@email.appstate.edu)

PHY 1104-105
Tuesday 7:00 - 8:50 PM
Ms. Selby Graves (gravesms@email.appstate.edu)

PHY 1104-106
Wednesday 5:00 - 6:50 PM
Mr. Frank Luca (lucafr@email.appstate.edu)

PHY 1104-107
Wednesday 7:00 - 8:50 PM
Mr. Frank Luca (lucafr@email.appstate.edu)

PHY 1104-108
Monday 3:00 - 4:50 PM
Dr. Durga Kafle (kafledn@appstate.edu)

PHY 1104-109
Thursday 5:00 - 6:50 PM
Mr. Charles Kurgatt (kurgattc@email.appstate.edu)

PHY 1104-110
Wednesday 1:00 - 2:50 PM
Dr. Durga Kafle (kafledn@appstate.edu)

PHY 1104-111
Thursday 7:00 - 8:50 PM
Ms. Selby Graves (gravesms@email.appstate.edu)

PHY 1104-112
Thursday 3:00 - 4:50 PM
Dr. Durga Kafle (kafledn@appstate.edu)

 

Grading Policy

Participation - 5%

Throughout the semester, your laboratory instructors will be making private notes based on your participation and engagement. Active participants may receive up to five participation points for the semester.

Prelab Quizzes - 15%

In order to complete the experiment in the allotted time it is essential that some preparatory work be done before coming to the laboratory. You will be expected to read the upcoming laboratory assignment. At the beginning of lab each week, a quiz will be given which will test your preparedness. If you are late for lab, you will NOT be allowed to take the quiz

Postlab Questions - 20%

Each week, you will be given a set of post-lab questions that are due before you leave the laboratory.

Weekly Report - 60%

Each week, you will turn in a lab report. It may be NEATLY hand-written, or word processed. The report will be due by 5:00 PM the day after your lab, but can generally be turned in at the end of lab. You will need to provide your own paper from this report. You must print and attach the Cover Sheet / Scoring Rubric that is linked below. Reports without this cover sheet will not be accepted.

Weekly Report Cover Sheet

Weekly Report Instructions

Example of a Weekly Report

You will also be printing graphs to be included in your weekly report, so make sure to put funds on your Appcard for the Pharos printer. TIP: If you forget to bring paper for your report, you can always run a few sheets of blank paper through the printer. It costs $0.03 per sheet.

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Contact

Mail Address:
Department of Physics and Astronomy
ASU Box 32106
Boone, NC 28608-2106 

Physical Address (also for shipping):
GWH 231
525 Rivers Street
Boone, NC, 28608-2106

Telephone: 828-262-3090
Fax: 828-262-2049

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