Advanced physics with Vernier Mechanics
Table of Contents
|1||Motion on an Incline|
|3||Newton's First Law|
|4||Newton's Second Law|
|5||Newton's Third Law|
|7||Energy Storage and Transfer: Elastic Energy|
|8||Energy Storage and Transfer: Kinetic Energy|
|9||Energy Storage and Transfer: Gravitational Energy|
|10A||Impulse and Momentum (Motion Detector)|
|10B||Impulse and Momentum (Photogate)|
|11A||Momentum and Collisions (Motion Detectors)|
|11B||Momentum and Collisions (Photogates)|
|14||Conservation of Angular Momentum|
|15||Simple Harmonic Motion: Mathematical Model|
|16||Simple Harmonic Motion: Kinematics and Dynamics|
|19||Center of Mass|
For experiments with the Dual-Range Force Sensor, you can use the Wireless Dynamics Sensor System.
By Larry Dukerich
Advanced Physics with Vernier - Mechanics is the first of a two-volume set of new experiments for the more in-depth introductory physics course, such as college physics, AP* Physics, or IB** Physics. Experiments are designed for an interactive teaching style, with planned moments for instructor or student-led discussion.
Instructor notes include discussion on how to lead students to a successful activity. The book includes many extensions to challenge the most talented students.
Each Vernier Lab Book includes:
- Complete student experiments with materials list, instructions for data collection on a computer or LabQuest, data tables, and questions.
- Teacher Information section for each experiment with complete directions for setting up experiments, helpful hints, and sample graphs and data.
- Word-processing files of the student sections on a CD so that any experiment may be easily edited to your specifications (Microsoft Word for Macintosh and Windows files).
- CD includes support material including videos and Logger Pro data-analysis files.