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```Course unit title:
Introductory Physics II Laboratory
Course unit code:
PHY162
Type of course unit:
Compulsory
(Compulsory/optional)
Level of course unit:
Bachelor (1st cycle)
(First, second or third cycle)
Year of study:
3
Semester when the unit is
delivered:
Number of ECTS credits
allocated:
Name of lecturer(s):
5
3
Haris Christodoulou
Learning outcomes of the course unit:
Upon succesful completion of this course students should be able to:
 Manage with confidence and precision devices and instruments such as Signal
Generators, Lasers, High Tension supplies, Current Voltage and Magnetic field
sensors, Spectrometer, Discharge tubes, Teltron tube.
 Design and conduct experiments in Electricity, Magnetism, Wave and Geometric
Optics, Electron motion in vacuum.
 Analyse experimental data to confirm or reject proposed theoretical relations
between physical quantities.
 Recognize what instrument resolution is,distinguish between systematic and random
errors and carry out elementary error analysis.
 Report findings and evaluate results
Mode of delivery:
Face- to- face
Prerequisites and corequisites:
Recommended optional
program components:
Course Contents:
PHY161 or Consent of instructor
Co-requisite: PHY102
None
Objective:
To present a contemporary and modern view of electromagnetism and optics and to offer
the science oriented student the chance to understand the fundamental principles of these
areas.
Description:
DESCRIPTION - LABORATORY EXPERIMENTS:
Experiment 1:
Investigation of the charging and discharging of a capacitor.
Measurement of capacitance.
Experiment 2:
Demonstration of reflection diffraction and refraction using water
waves, microwaves, light and the polarisation of electromagnetic
waves.
Experiment 3:
Single slit Diffraction and Double slit interference. Effect of the number
of slits on the interference pattern.
Experiment 4:
Diffraction Grating. Use in measuring the wavelength of light and in
studying the emission spectra of gases.
Experiment 5:
Measurement of the specific charge e/m of the electron.
To demonstrate the use of the Lorentz relation in determining the
specific charge of the electron.
Experiment 6:
Measurement of the Resistance of a component. To test
experimentally the formulae for resistances connected in series and
parallel.
Experiment 7:
Reactance of a Capacitor. Reactance of an Inductor. Behavior of
various combinations of L-C-R in AC circuits.
Experiment 8:
Investigation of resonance in a series LCR circuit.
ORGANIZATION OF THE LAB SESSIONS:
The Physics lab accommodates up to 10 students. During the experiments, students are
supervised by their instructor. Depending on the specific experiment carried out, students
will either attend a demonstration by their instructor and participate accordingly
(experiments 1-4), or they will be separated in groups of three to five students (experiments
5-9). In the latter case all groups will perform the same experiment concurrently.
Recommended
or
Paul A. Tipler, PHYSICS
Mullingan, Introductory College Physics
Ohanian , Physics
Bueche, F.J., PRINCIPLES OF PHYSICS
McGraw Hill
Halliday, Resnick, FUNDAMENTALS OF PHYSICS
Wiley
Planned learning activities
and teaching methods:
Assessment methods and
criteria:
Class Instruction
Consultation
Examinations
Class participation/
Assignments
42 Hours
20 Hours
85%
15%
100%
Language of instruction:
English
Work placement(s):
No
Place of Teaching:
Physics Laboratory
European University Cyprus, Nicosia
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