PHYS4113: Advanced Physics Laboratory
Offered: Spring odd years

Prerequisite: PHYS 3213

An application and investigation of advanced physical topics in the laboratory. Techniques of experimental [engineering] physics, such as computerized instrumentation, vacuum technology, optics, and electron optics will be applied to investigate various areas of advanced physics. Proper data reduction and analysis will be used to yield meaningful measurements. Intended as a culminating course, previous course work is applied to solve problems in the laboratory.

Lecture one hour, laboratory five hours. $20 laboratory fee.


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