Physics 407 Spring 2014 Reference Page
Dan Mc Cammon
Advanced experiments in classical and modern physics, many associated with the subject matter of Physics 415, 448, 449. Possible experiments include beta decay, muon lifetime, nuclear magnetic resonance, Stern-Gerlach atomic beam, Mossbauer scattering, velocity of light, Zeeman effect, and Compton scattering. Techniques for the statistical analysis of experimental data are emphasized. One (two) credit students will typically perform 4 (8) experiments.
Physics 307 or 308 or consent of instructor
Lab Place and Time:
TR 1:00-5:00pm, 3105 Chamberlin Hall
Data Reduction and Error Analysis For the Physical Sciences, 3rd edition by Bevington and Robinson Mcgraw Hill 2003, ISBN 0072472278