Physics "Photo" of the Week

Warren Wilson College - Dec. 15, 2004

This is the last Physics Photo of the Week for 2004 due to Winter Break.
The next Physics Photo will be published on Jan. 21, 2005




Physics I Formal Reports

Fall, 2004

Each year students in Physics produce their own web pages describing one of  the physics experiments conducted during the first part of the semester.  The students have created each of their own computer drawings depicting their experiments, and have done exceptionally well in producing attratractive computer graphics.   Click on each name, picture, or title to view the student's public lab report.

Please look at the web pages made by students you know and tell your students how you appreciate their work in physics! Donald F. Collins, dcollins@warren-wilson.edu.


Amber Boles

Pitching and Bowling
Meredith Lucas

Trajectory
Paula Reidhaar


Momentum, Impulse, and Collisions
Anna Chollet
Momentum, Impulse, and Collisions
Rachel Smith

Impulse
Hannah Barks

Basketball Toss-up
Megan Burns

Gravity
Amos Little


Force, Mass, and Motion
Tessa Branson

Momentum, Impulse, and Collisions
George Keel
Momentum, Impulse, and Collisions
Sheree Ferrell

Radioactivity
Cameron Bingham

Radioactivity
Jesenia Majias

Radioactivity
Leslie Knapp

Radioactivity
Jimmy Stultz

Radioactivity and G-M Counter
Erin McVey




Electric Current
Kesi Stoneking

Current, Voltage, and Resistance
Saba Alemayehu


Resistance, Circuit, and Voltage
Charlotte Litjens


Wheatstone
 Bridge
Josha McBee


Electric Current, Voltage and Resistance
Jesse Downs

Wheatstone Bridge
Paul Bailey

Diode
Christopher Sterling

Diode



Physics Photo of the Week is published weekly during the academic year on Fridays by the Warren Wilson College Physics Department.  These photos feature an interesting phenomena in the world around us.  Students, faculty, and others are invited to submit digital (or film) photographs for publication and explanation.  Atmospheric phenomena are especially welcome.  Please send any photos to dcollins@warren-wilson.edu.

Click here to see all Physics Photo of the Week for 2004.