require to complete a research paper that is a minimum of 3 double spaced pages. The paper is to be formatted in APA. The student must submit the paper on or before week 11, Thursday July 16, 2020.

Conceptual physics research paper (PHYS101)

Each student will be required to complete a research paper that is a minimum of 3 double spaced pages. The paper is to be formatted in APA. The student must submit the paper on or before week 11, Thursday July 16, 2020. Please be aware that ​LATE WORK WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.​ Any paper completed early will gladly be accepted so if you feel that there is any chance at all of you not getting the paper completed and handed in on time be sure to get it to me early. The standard topic for the paper will be “A history of ultrasound physics and the properties of the transducer.” Alternate topics will be allowed but must be discussed and given the ok by the instructor. The idea of this paper is to choose an area related to physics and demonstrate that you have researched and understand the concepts. In order to obtain the highest grade you must demonstrate within your paper that effort was applied and you understand the material. You are all earning college credits for this class so it is expected you complete a well written paper both in content and mechanics. Typo’s, spelling errors, and improper format will all reduce your overall grade. Please be sure to proofread any work before submitting. The paper will be graded by the following criteria: 1. Number of pages = 10 2. Presentation and work cited = 10 3. Conclusion = 10 4. Introduction = 10 5. Content = 60 I hold academic integrity to the highest of standards; I will not tolerate any dishonesty such as copying papers or cutting and pasting from articles on the internet. Remember if you were able to find it on the internet I can as well. Anyone caught cheating or plagiarizing their paper will be given a zero for the paper. Before I will accept your paper, you must complete, print out and hand in the plagiarism quiz at the end of this website. https://www.indiana.edu/~istd/overview.html