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My feedback is incomplete on this page for two reasons. First, the value of the feedback to the students is low, given that the course is over. Second, I'm running out of time to finish grading!
SJK 22:26, 19 December 2009 (EST)
22:26, 19 December 2009 (EST)
Glad you were able to absorb the concepts and get it working! Hopefully will help you when you take quantum

I have to admit that this lab was probably the most challenging and most difficult for me to understand at first, thank you to Prof Koch for taking the time to explain this concept a couple different ways such that I would understand. With this being said, my results were between ~8%-12% away from the gs accepted value of 2.003. I feel that the major factor of error was due to my oscilloscope measurements taken by the naked eye. However, I can't honestly use this as an excuse as if I were to collect more data, I would spend more time on the oscilloscope settings and take full advantage of this extremely precise piece of equipment.


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