[PHYS 345] Advanced Experimental Physics
A course in experimental physics beyond the level of the 200-level courses. Students carry out several experiments that elucidate the principles studied at the 300-level, and design and carry out experiments of their own. Typical experiments include nuclear coincidence experiments, electron spin resonance, the Faraday effect, shot noise determination of the electron charge, the Zeeman effect, and holographic testing.
Advanced Experimental Physics
Prerequisite: Physics 206 and Physics 210.
Offered every fall semester.