Modern Physics Laboratory I (EP 253.0)

Recent/Current Offerings

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EP 253 01 September 2018 Brian Zulkoskey
EP 253 L01 September 2018 Brian Zulkoskey
EP 253 L03 September 2018 Brian Zulkoskey
EP 253 L05 September 2018 Brian Zulkoskey
EP 253 L07 September 2018 Brian Zulkoskey
 
EP 253 01 September 2017 Brian Zulkoskey
EP 253 L01 September 2017 Unknown Unknown
EP 253 L03 September 2017 Unknown Unknown
EP 253 L05 September 2017 Unknown Unknown
EP 253 L07 September 2017 Unknown Unknown
 
EP 253 01 September 2016 Brian Zulkoskey
EP 253 L01 September 2016 Unknown Unknown
EP 253 L03 September 2016 Unknown Unknown
EP 253 L05 September 2016 Unknown Unknown
EP 253 L07 September 2016 Unknown Unknown

Description

A laboratory course which explores the foundations of quantum physics through laboratory experiments. The experimental observations provide evidence for the quantization of energy levels and wave-particle duality. Students will also learn how to measure the charge of an electron. There will be five experiments and students will need 1.5 hours per experiment. For each experiment there will also be a 1 hour lecture.

Formerly

PHYS 253

Prerequisite(s) or Corequisite(s)

PHYS 252

Note

Students with credit for PHYS 251 or PHYS 253 may not take this course for credit.

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