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ASUBME 318Ankeny CaseySpring

BME 318 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Blow Molding, Eaves, Electrospinning

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24 Oct 2015
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Well son, each classification of biomaterial degrades in its own way! Electrons in these environments are able to transfer between substances. Cathode
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ASUBME 318Ankeny CaseySpring

BME 318 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Complement Component 5A, C3B, Chemotaxis

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24 Oct 2015
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Variable (custom) invariant (generalized) later, highly specific early, limited specificity. Characterized by: damage, platelets, plug, prothrombin, th
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ASUBME 318Ankeny CaseySpring

BME 318 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Bravais Lattice, Coble Creep, Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy

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24 Oct 2015
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Host response: calculate and control foreign body response. Metals: inorganic with non-directional metallic bonds, alloys: combo of multiple elemental
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ASUPHY 132HakhoyenSpring

PHY 132 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Beam Diameter, Helmholtz Coil, Memory Stick

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15 Sep 2015
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Abstract: this lab investigated an electron"s charge-to-mass ratio by taking electrostatic force and then magnetic force to accelerate an electron for
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ASUPHY 132HakhoyenSpring

PHY 132 (LAB) Lecture 9: lab 9

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15 Sep 2015
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Abstract: this experiment looked to investigate the electromotive force, as a function of time, induced in a solenoid by running a current through the
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ASUPHY 132HakhoyenSpring

PHY 132 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Rlc Circuit, Capacitor, Inductor

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15 Sep 2015
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Abstract: the experiment looked to investigate phase shifts and resonance across the components in an lrc a. c circuit. Theoretical and experimental va
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ASUPHY 132HakhoyenSpring

PHY 132 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Resistor, Electric Light, Electric Potential

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15 Sep 2015
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ASUPHY 132HakhoyenSpring

PHY 132 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Rc Time Constant, Rc Circuit, Relative Change And Difference

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15 Sep 2015
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ASUPHY 132HakhoyenSpring

PHY 132 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Rlc Circuit, Resonance, Angular Frequency

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15 Sep 2015
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Abstract: the conducted experiment looked to investigate resonant frequency and the behavior of lrc circuits near resonance. Moreover the lab looked in
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ASUPHY 132HakhoyenSpring

PHY 132 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Experiment, Coconut Teaszer

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15 Sep 2015
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Abstract: this lab experiment revolved around trying to calculate an experimental value for 0. In order to do this a known gravitational force was used
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ASUPHY 132HakhoyenSpring

PHY 132 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Relative Change And Difference, Electric Potential, Internal Resistance

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15 Sep 2015
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Abstract: this lab looked at testing kirchhoff"s law for loops and junctions. The second part of the lab looked at maximizing the effective power drawn
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ASUPHY 132HakhoyenSpring

PHY 132 (LAB) Lecture 2: lab 2 70 out of 85.docx

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1 Mar 2015
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ASUPHY 132HakhoyenSpring

PHY 132 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Relative Change And Difference

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1 Mar 2015
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ASUPHY 132HakhoyenSpring

PHY 132 (LAB) Lecture 3: Lab 1 80 out of 85.docx

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1 Mar 2015
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ASUBME 331michaelcaplanSpring

In Class work.pdf

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13 Mar 2014
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ASUPHY 122DolenkoSpring

PHY 122 Chapter Notes -Inelastic Collision, Elastic Collision

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1 Mar 2014
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Abstract: the objective of this lab was to determine whether or not momentum and kinetic energy were conserved in a one dimensional trial. Four trials
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ASUPHY 122DolenkoSpring

PHY 122 Chapter Notes -Observational Error, Inelastic Collision, Elastic Collision

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1 Mar 2014
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The objective of this experiment was to determine if momentum and energy would be conserved in an elastic and inelastic collision in two dimensions. Tw
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ASUPHY 122DolenkoSpring

PHY 122 Chapter Notes -Standard Deviation, Emic And Etic, Friction

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1 Mar 2014
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Lab 4: forces of friction and determining s and k. This experiment was performed in order to calculate the total frictional forces and to determine how
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ASUPHY 122DolenkoSpring

PHY 122 Chapter Notes -Net Force, Xm Satellite Radio

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1 Mar 2014
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This experiment was conducted in order to demonstrate newton"s second law of motion, to experimentally determine the acceleration of gravity and to exp
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ASUPHY 122DolenkoSpring

PHY 122 Chapter Notes -Errors And Residuals, Tennis Ball, Stopwatch

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1 Mar 2014
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Abstract: this experiment was done in order to determine the effects amplitude, length and damping have on the motion of a pendulum. For part one, a te
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ASUPHY 122DolenkoSpring

PHY 122 Chapter Notes -Relative Change And Difference, Observational Error, Propagation Of Uncertainty

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1 Mar 2014
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This experiment was done in order to determine whether the moment of inertia depends on the axis of rotation or not and to determine if energy is conse
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ASUPHY 122DolenkoSpring

PHY 122 Chapter Notes -Kinetic Energy

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1 Mar 2014
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The objective of this lab is to verify the conservation of energy in three different settings g and obtain values for average+ g. The equipment used in
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ASUPHY 122DolenkoSpring

PHY 122 Chapter Notes -Propagation Of Uncertainty, Standard Deviation

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1 Mar 2014
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This experiment was performed in order to demonstrate how density is related to mass and diameter and how mathematical models can be made to model real
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