Four Physics majors at the junior/senior levels in the Advanced Physics Laboratory present results from experiments they carried out early in the semester. These experiments include vacuum/cryogenic techniques, and investigations of magnetic, electrical and thermodynamics properties of materials. Measurement results of resistivity of metals (conductors), semiconductors and superconductors, as well as magnetic susceptibility and specific heat are included among others.
|Presenters:||Robert Crown (Undergraduate Student)
James Enos (Undergraduate Student)
Galen Fellows (Undergraduate Student)
Jordan McLeod (Undergraduate Student)
|Location:||Fireside Lounge, Union|
|Time:||10:45 am (Session II)|