Modern Physics Lab PHY 421

      In this lab students wil be expected to verify and reproduce of important experiments in modern physics, continue the development of scientific writing skills, construct and interpret tables, graphs and schematic representations of relationships among physical systems and modern physics concepts, analyze and interpret computational and/or experimental data and draw conclusions about modern physics hypothesis, and write laboratory reports that communicate quantitative information to a modern physics readership.
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