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Chapter 19: TEMPERATURE, HEAT, AND THE FIRST LAW OF THERMODYNAMICS 1. If two objects are in thermal equilibrium with each other: A. they cannot be moving B. they cannot be undergoing an elastic collision C. they cannot have different pressures D. they cannot be at different temperatures E. they cannot be falling in Earth's gravitational field ans: D 2. When two gases separated by a diathermal wall are in thermal...

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SUNY Buffalo - PHYSICS - 108
Chapter 19:THE KINETIC THEORY OF GASES1. Evidence that a gas consists mostly of empty space is the fact that: A. the density of a gas becomes much greater when it is liquefied B. gases exert pressure on the walls of their containers C. gases are
SUNY Buffalo - PHYSICS - 108
Chapter 22:1. An A. B. C. D. E.ELECTRIC FIELDSelectric field is most directly related to: the momentum of a test charge the kinetic energy of a test charge the potential energy of a test charge the force acting on a test charge the charge carrie
SUNY Buffalo - PHYSICS - 108
Chapter 23:GAUSS' LAW1. A total charge of 6.3 10-8 C is distributed uniformly throughout a 2.7-cm radius sphere. The volume charge density is: A. 3.7 10-7 C/m3 3 B. 6.9 10-6 C/m 2 C. 6.9 10-6 C/m 3 D. 2.5 10-4 C/m E. 7.6 10-4 C/m3 ans: E 2.
SUNY Buffalo - PHYSICS - 108
Chapter 24:ELECTRIC POTENTIAL1. An electron moves from point i to point f , in the direction of a uniform electric field. During this displacement: E. . . . .. . . . . . . . i f system system system system systemA. the work done by the fie
SUNY Buffalo - PHYSICS - 108
Chapter 25:1. The units of capacitance are equivalent to: A. J/C B. V/C C. J2 /C D. C/J E. C2 /J ans: E 2. A farad is the same as a: A. J/V B. V/J C. C/V D. V/C E. N/C ans: CCAPACITANCE3. A capacitor C &quot;has a charge Q&quot;. The actual charges on its
SUNY Buffalo - PHYSICS - 108
Chapter 26:CURRENT AND RESISTANCE1. A car battery is rated at 80 A h. An ampere-hour is a unit of: A. power B. energy C. current D. charge E. force ans: D 2. Current has units: A. kilowatthour B. coulomb/second C. coulomb D. volt E. ohm ans: B 3
SUNY Buffalo - PHYSICS - 108
Chapter 30:INDUCTION AND INDUCTANCE1. The normal to a certain 1-m2 area makes an angle of 60 with a uniform magnetic field. The magnetic flux through this area is the same as the flux through a second area that is perpendicular to the field if th
SUNY Buffalo - PHYSICS - 108
Chapter 31:ELECTROMAGNETIC OSCILLATIONS AND ALTERNATING CURRENT1. A charged capacitor and an inductor are connected in series. At time t = 0 the current is zero, but the capacitor is charged. If T is the period of the resulting oscillations, the
SUNY Buffalo - PHYSICS - 108
Chapter 32:MAXWELL'S EQUATIONS; MAGNETISM AND MATTER1. Gauss' law for magnetism: A. can be used to find B due to given currents provided there is enough symmetry B. is false because there are no magnetic poles C. can be used with open surfaces be
SUNY Buffalo - PHYSICS - 108
Chapter 33:ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVES1. Select the correct statement: A. ultraviolet light has a longer wavelength than infrared B. blue light has a higher frequency than x rays C. radio waves have higher frequency than gamma rays D. gamma rays have h
SUNY Buffalo - PHYSICS - 108
Chapter 34:IMAGES1. A virtual image is one: A. toward which light rays converge but do not pass through B. from which light rays diverge but do not pass through C. from which light rays diverge as they pass through D. toward which light rays conv
SUNY Buffalo - PHYSICS - 108
Chapter 35:1. A &quot;wave front&quot; is a surface of constant: A. phase B. frequency C. wavelength D. amplitude E. speed ans: AINTERFERENCE2. Huygens' construction can be used only: A. for light B. for an electromagnetic wave C. if one of the media is v
SUNY Buffalo - PHYSICS - 108
Chapter 36:DIFFRACTION1. Sound differs from light in that sound: A. is not subject to diffraction B. is a torsional wave rather than a longitudinal wave C. does not require energy for its origin D. is a longitudinal wave rather than a transverse
SUNY Buffalo - PHYSICS - 108
Chapter 37:SPECIAL THEORY OF RELATIVITY1. A basic postulate of Einstein's theory of relativity is: A. moving clocks run more slowly than when they are at rest B. moving rods are shorter than when they are at rest C. light has both wave and partic
SUNY Buffalo - PHYSICS - 108
Chapter 38:PHOTONS AND MATTER WAVES1. The units of the Planck constant h are those of: A. energy B. power C. momentum D. angular momentum E. frequency ans: D 2. If h is the Planck constant, then is: h A. 2h B. 2h C. h/2 D. h/2 E. 2h/ ans: D 3. T
SUNY Buffalo - PHYSICS - 108
Chapter 39:1. If a A. B. C. D. E.MORE ABOUT MATTER WAVESwave function for a particle moving along the x axis is normalized, then: |2 dt = 1 |2 dx = 1 /x = 1 /t = 1 |2 = 1 ans: B2. The energy of a particle in a one-dimensional trap with zero p
SUNY Buffalo - PHYSICS - 108
Chapter 40:ALL ABOUT ATOMS1. The magnitude of the orbital angular momentum of an electron in an atom is what multiple of ? ( is a positive integer.) h A. 1 B. 1/2 ( + 1) C. D. 2 + 1 E. 2 ans: C 2. The magnetic quantum number m is most closely as
SUNY Buffalo - PHYSICS - 108
Chapter 41:CONDUCTION OF ELECTRICITY IN SOLIDS1. In a pure metal the collisions that are characterized by the mean free time in the expression for the resistivity are chiefly between: A. electrons and other electrons B. electrons with energy abo
SUNY Buffalo - PHYSICS - 108
Chapter 42:NUCLEAR PHYSICS1. The smallest particle of any chemical element that can exist by itself and yet retain the qualities that distinguish it as that element is: A. an electron B. a proton C. a neutron D. an atom E. a molecule ans: D 2. Of
SUNY Buffalo - PHYSICS - 108
Chapter 43:ENERGY FROM THE NUCLEUS1. If the nucleus of a lead atom were broken into two identical nuclei, the total mass of the resultant nuclei would be: A. the same as before B. greater than before C. less than before D. converted into radiatio
SUNY Buffalo - PHYSICS - 108
Chapter 44:QUARKS, LEPTONS, AND THE BIG BANG1. Which of the following particles is stable? A. Neutron B. Proton C. Pion D. Muon E. Kaon ans: B 2. The stability of the proton is predicted by the laws of conservation of energy and conservation of:
SUNY Buffalo - PHYSICS - 108
FINAL EXAMPhysics 108 Fall 2003 Print your FIRST name: _ Print your LAST name: _ Sign your name: _ Person number: _ Circle your lecture Instructor Cerne Petrou T,Th 12:30-1:45 pm M,W,F 2:00-2:50 pm December 17, 2003 3:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.Instructio
SUNY Buffalo - PHYSICS - 108
SUNY Buffalo - PHYSICS - 108
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SUNY Buffalo - PHYSICS - 108
SUNY Buffalo - PHYSICS - 108
MIDTERM IIPhysics 108 Fall 2003 Saturday, October 11, 2003 10: a.m. - noon Print your FIRST name:_ Print your LAST name: _ Sign your name:__ Person number:_ Circle your lecture Instructor Cerne Petrou T,Th 12:20-1:45 pm M,W,F 2:00-2:50 pmInstructi
SUNY Buffalo - PHYSICS - 108
MIDTERM IIIPhysics 108 Fall 2003 Friday, October 31, 2003 6:00-8:00 pm Print your FIRST name:_ Print your LAST name: _ Sign your name:_ Person number:_ Circle your lecture Instructor Cerne Petrou T,Th 12:20-1:45 pm M,W,F 2:00-2:50 pmInstructions
SUNY Buffalo - PHYSICS - 108
MIDTERM IPhysics 108 Fall 2003 Friday, September 19, 2003 6:00 8:00 p.m.Print your FIRST name:_ Print your LAST name: _ Sign your name:__ Person number:_ Circle your lecture Instructor Cerne PetrouT,Th 12:20-1:45 pm M,W,F 2:00-2:50 pmInstruct
SUNY Buffalo - PHYSICS - 108
Chapter 25Capacitors and DielectricsIn this chapter we will describe devices called &quot;capacitors&quot;. These have the ability to: 1. Store charge and 2. Store energy Capacitors are found in practically all electronic circuits In addition we will exami
SUNY Buffalo - PHYSICS - 108
Chapter 26Currents in materialsIn this chapter we will study the following topics : 1. The notion of electric current ( I ) 2. The motion of charges in current carrying conductors 3. The notion of resistance 4. The relation between the voltage V
SUNY Buffalo - PHYSICS - 108
Chapter 32 Inductance and Circuit OscillationsIn this chapter we will study the properties of inductors (also known as &quot;coils&quot;). Inductors, together with capacitors and resistors are the passive elements of electric and electronic circuits In partic
SUNY Buffalo - PHYSICS - 108
Chapter 30Faraday's lawUsing Ampere's law in chapter 29 we investigated how an electric current I can generate a magnetic field B. In this chapter we shall study the fourth (and last) of Maxwell's equations known as Faraday's law. Faraday's law t
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More Than Rumors. Understanding the Organizational Grapevine Zaremba, Alan David Spodofora A. Introduction This paper discusses the development, accuracy, resilience, and management of the grapevine. Since grapevines do not develop by managerial desi
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Social Context and Culture: Linking Use and Digital Libraries Elfreda A. Chatman University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill A. Introduction In this article Elfreda Chatman has conducted research which has focused on the information needs and seeking
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Lecture-23 Geometrical Optics - continued Lensmaker's equationSnell's law givesand1 n 2 4 n 3Parallel linesR2h1 1 sin 1 = ; R1 h h2 ; and 2 R2 f Also from figure, weR1have = 1 - 2 = 3 - =Or,4n- ( 1- 2) =n+n
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