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Physics 244 Demonstrations
Here is a composite list of demos that have been used for this course in the past and are grouped by Lecture days. This list is only a reference guide and may differ from actual demos used in lecture depending on which faculty is teaching this course.
Draft from Carlsmith Notices
Lecture 1
Chapter 1: Relativity I
 Laser and double slit
Lecture 2
Chapter 1: Relativity I
 Michelson interferometer
Lecture 3
Chapter 2: Relativity II
 Geiger counter and sources
Lecture 4
Chapter 2: Relativity II
 no demos
Lecture 5
Chapter 2: Relativity II
 Cavandish of "G" Gravity ("Requires 48 hours prior notice and setup time")
Lecture 6
Chapter 3: The Quantum Theory of Light
 Shortwave radio
 Glowing filament/blackbody
Lecture 8
Chapter 3: The Quantum Theory of Light
 Photoelectric effect
Lecture 9
Chapter 3: The Quantum Theory of Light
 Electron diffraction
Xray diffraction (do not have)
Lecture 10
Chapter 4: The Particle Nature of Matter
 Cathode ray tube
 Electrolysis and plating
Lecture 11
Chapter 4: The Particle Nature of Matter
 Mercury spectrum
Lecture 12
Chapter 4: The Particle Nature of Matter
 FrankHertz Experiment
Lecture 13
Chapter 5: Matter Waves
 Waves on a rope
Lecture 14
Chapter 5: Matter Waves
 laser with 1 and 2 slits
Lecture 15
Chapter 5: Matter Waves
 No Demos
Lecture 16
Chapter 6: Quantum Mechanics in One Dimension
 Standing waves on a string
Lecture 17
Chapter 6: Quantum Mechanics in One Dimension
 harmonic oscillators
Lecture 18
Chapter 6: Quantum Mechanics in One Dimension
 Standing waves in water
Lecture 19
Chapter 7: Tunneling Phenomena
 Total internal reflection
Lecture 20
Chapter 7: Tunneling Phenomena
 Laser and beam splitter and partial transmitting mirror
Lecture 21
Chapter 7: Tunneling Phenomena
 Cloud chamber ("Requires 48 hours prior notice and setup time")
 alpha source
Lecture 22
Chapter 8: Quantum Mechanics in 3 Dimensions
 Waves on a drum movie
Lecture 23
Chapter 8: Quantum Mechanics in 3 Dimensions
 Atomic orbital models
Lecture 24
Chapter 8: Quantum Mechanics in 3 Dimensions
Lecture 25
Chapter 9: Atomic Structure
 Para/Diamagnetism
 Tops
Lecture 26
Chapter 9: Atomic Structure
Lecture 27
Chapter 9: Atomic Structure
 H lamp, Hg,Ne,He lamp tower, gratings
Lecture 28
Chapter 10: Statistical Physics
 Brownian motion
Lecture 29
Chapter 10: Statistical Physics
 Heat Capcity of water (Joule) (Need a new Demo)
Lecture 30
Chapter 10: Statistical Physics
 No Demo:
Lecture 31
Chapter 11: Molecular Structure
 Molecular models
 Two balls connected by a string
 Two balls connected by a spring
Lecture 32
Chapter 11: Molecular Structure
 No Demo
Lecture 33
Chapter 11: Molecular Structure
 No Demo
Lecture 34
Chapter 12: The Solid State
 Crystal models
Lecture 35
Chapter 12: The Solid State
 Thermal conductivity
 Electrical resistivity
Lecture 36
Chapter 12: The Solid State
 Superconductivity
Lecture 37
Chapter 13: Nuclear Structure
 Model of nucleus
 Table of isotopes
Lecture 38
Chapter 13: Nuclear Structure
 Aspirator
 Liquid drops ???
Lecture 39
Chapter 13: Nuclear Structure
 Geiger counter and source
Lecture 40
Chapter 14: Nuclear Physics Applications
 Mouse Trap Chan Reactor
Lecture 41
Chapter 14: Nuclear Physics Applications
 Cathode ray bending with magnets  fusion
Lecture 42
Chapter 14: Nuclear Physics Applications
 Photomultiplier tubes
Lecture 43
Chapter 15: Elementary Particles
Lecture 44
Chapter 15: Elementary Particles
 No Demo
Lecture 45
Chapter 15: Elementary Particles
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