Advanced Physics Laboratory (PHYS 481L)

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Left Top 1: PHYS481L students working on NMR measurements
Left Top 2: PHYS481L student preparing to measure the muon lifetime
Right Top 1: PHYS481L students measuring the azimuthal angle dependence of cosmic ray muon flux.
Right Top 2: Kevin Croker preparing a high T_c SQUID for 481L; the transition to the super state is visible on the V vs I curve
Left Bottom 1: Students examining the RF pulse used in the NMR device
Left Bottom 2: Students taking data on crystal diffraction (2014)
Right Bottom 1: Students taking data on crystal diffraction (2015)


Radiation Safety Links
  • University of Hawaii Radiation Safety Department
  • Typical doses from laboratory sources (from Princeton U)
  • Maximum doses from the NRC (from Princeton U)
  • Units of radiation measurement (from Princeton U)


    Last modified: January 10, 2017
    Prof. Tom Browder / teb#phys.hawaii.edu