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Using Datalogger in Teaching of Physics


 
 

Mechanics
Activity Name Description Level Contributor Upload date
RotationInvestigating:
- the relationship of the moment of inertia and speed of the disk/ring
- whether the energy is conserved

- Conservation of Energy
- Moment of Inertia
F6-F7Ng Kit Chung19/06/2002
DampingProblem:
Will the damping effect be different in different media? If so, how does it vary in different media?
F4-F5Diocesan Girls' School 10/09/2002
The effect of the viscosity of a medium on th emotion of an objectProblem:
How does the viscosity (resistive force) of a medium affect the motion of an object?
F4-F5Diocesan Girls' School 13/12/2002
The time or period of each swing of a pendulumProblem:
Given that a pendulum is comprised of a weight attached to the end of a metal rod or a piece of string, what determines the time or period of each swing of a pendulum?
F4-F5Diocesan Girls' School 13/12/2002
Simple Harmonic MotionTo study the characteristics of simple harmonic motionF6-F7Chan Chi Wa10/07/2003
Acceleration due to gravityTo find the acceleration due to gravity of different objects F6-F7Chan Chi Wa10/07/2003
DampingTo investigate the characteristics of the lightly damped oscillation.F6-F7Chan Chi Wa10/07/2003

Electricity & Magnetism
Activity Name Description Level Contributor Upload date
The frequency of radio circuitProblem:
How does the air capacitor affect the frequency of the radio circuit? Does the resistance of the circuit affect the frequency of the radio circuit?
F4-F5Diocesan Girls' School10/09/2002
MotorProblem:
What changes occur in the motor when a heavier load is to be moved?
F4-F5Diocesan Girls' School 10/09/2002
The movement of the magnet and the size of deflectionProblem:
How does the movement of the magnet affect the size of the deflection?
F4-F5Diocesan Girls' School07/02/2003
The rate of discharging of a capacitorProblem:
What does the rate of discharging of a capacitor depend on?
F4-F5Diocesan Girls' School 07/02/2003
Charging a capcitorTo investigate the charging curve of a capacitorF6-F7Chan Chi Wa10/07/2003

Optics & Wave
Activity Name Description Level Contributor Upload date
The pitch of notes produced by musical instrumentsProblem:
How can the pitch of the notes produced by a musical instrument be varied?
F4-F5Diocesan Girls' School 13/12/2002
The emission of infrared radiationsProblem:
Why do objects emit infrared radiations of different intensities?
F4-F5Diocesan Girls' School 07/02/2003

Heat & Energy
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The property of airProblem:
What property of air was responsible for these changes?
F4-F5Diocesan Girls' School 10/09/2002

Others
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