# Register now to access 7 million high quality study materials (What's Course Hero?) Course Hero is the premier provider of high quality online educational resources. With millions of study documents, online tutors, digital flashcards and free courseware, Course Hero is helping students learn more efficiently and effectively. Whether you're interested in exploring new subjects or mastering key topics for your next exam, Course Hero has the tools you need to achieve your goals.

6 Pages

### Phys132 - Spring 2007 - Light-Polarization

Course: PHYS 132, Fall 2009
School: Delaware State
Rating:

Word Count: 235

#### Document Preview

132 Electromagnetic Physics Radiation April 19, 2007 Physics 132 Electromagnetic Spectrum April 19, 2007 1 Physics 132 Frequency and Wavelength April 19, 2007 Like all waves, EM radiation has a frequency and wavelength that are related. v = c = f The speed of light is c = 3.00 108 m/s Example: What is the highest frequency of visible light? 3 108 m/s = 7.5 1014 Hz f = = 400 10-9 m v Physics 132...

Register Now

#### Unformatted Document Excerpt

Coursehero >> Delaware >> Delaware State >> PHYS 132

Course Hero has millions of student submitted documents similar to the one
below including study guides, practice problems, reference materials, practice exams, textbook help and tutor support.

Course Hero has millions of student submitted documents similar to the one below including study guides, practice problems, reference materials, practice exams, textbook help and tutor support.
132 Electromagnetic Physics Radiation April 19, 2007 Physics 132 Electromagnetic Spectrum April 19, 2007 1 Physics 132 Frequency and Wavelength April 19, 2007 Like all waves, EM radiation has a frequency and wavelength that are related. v = c = f The speed of light is c = 3.00 108 m/s Example: What is the highest frequency of visible light? 3 108 m/s = 7.5 1014 Hz f = = 400 10-9 m v Physics 132 Intensity April 19, 2007 Like sound waves, light waves have an intensity which measures the amount of power that hits a surface. Definition : I = P A Often : I = P 4R 2 If light spreads out as it leaves a source, the intensity obeys 1/R2 relationship with distance. Intensity is also the Brightness of the light. 2 Physics 132 Electromagnetic Radiation April 19, 2007 Physics 132 Unpolarized Light April 19, 2007 The electric field of unpolarized light points randomly in all directions. 3 Physics 19, 132 Polarizers April 2007 A Horizontal Polaroid Physics 132 Ideal Polarizers April 19, 2007 I = I cos With Incoming Polarized Light 2 out in With Incoming Unpolarized Light I out = I in / 2 Either Way, Output Light is Polarized. 4 Physics 132 Pair of Polarizers April 19, 2007 First Polarizer Polarizes and Cuts Light in Half Second Polarizer Changes Polarization and Reduces Intensity by cos2 I out = (I in / 2 ) cos 2 Only the difference in angles matters. If Polarizers are "crossed", no light ge...

Find millions of documents on Course Hero - Study Guides, Lecture Notes, Reference Materials, Practice Exams and more. Course Hero has millions of course specific materials providing students with the best way to expand their education.

Below is a small sample set of documents:

St. Anselm - NR - 2491
Office of Information Technology UpdateWindows Update is a part of your Microsoft Windows Operating System and will help keep your computer healthy. Windows Update is an important tool for keeping your Windows computer up-todate and protected against sec
Wisc Stevens Point - CHEM - 101
Chemistry 101 - Basic Chemistry Spring Semester 2009 - Course Policies and Announcements Instructor: Professor Kevin M. Czerwinski, Ph.D. Office: B150-Science Building Office Hours: M, T - 11:00 AM, W 2:00 PM and by appointment Phone: 715-346-4154 Electro
Radford University - ITEC - 110
Objectives Learn why today almost everyone is a computer operator Learn about the predecessors of modern computer hardware and software Trace the development of computer hardware and software through several generationsConnecting with Computer Science2
North Texas - CSE - 6370
CSCE6933.003- Multimedia Database Systems (Spring 2009) The Topic I have chosen for my Project and Presentation is Image Retrieval. The 3 papers that I've selected for this Topic are1. Trpovski, Z. &quot;Content based image retrieval: From pixels to semantics&quot;
ogi.edu - U - 566666
On Conditions for the Vernal Blooming of Phytoplankton.ByH. U. Sverdrup,Norsk Polarinstitutt, Oslo.N order that the vernal blooming of phytoplankton shall begin it is necessary that in the surface layer the production of organic matter by photosynthes
MN State - CHEM - 380
12. Synthesis and Analysis of Ammonium Decavanadate1The species in a solution of V5+ depend on both pH and concentration (Figure 1). VO34In strong baseV2 O74-4VO12HV10 O528NH + , 4 acetic acid, alcoholIn strong acidVO + 2(NH4)6V10O28 . 6H2OFM 1
Rose-Hulman - CHEM - 270
McLean, Howard LFrom: Sent: To: Subject: Attachments: McLean, Howard L Friday, March 23, 2007 11:13 AM McLean, Howard L FW: Geology (Chem270) Video Friday, 23 Mar video ASCE Ring of Fire spring 2007 Shown 23 May 07.pdfvideo ASCE ng of Fire spring-Origi
Conn College - MATH - 130
Math 130 Chapter 5 QuizSpring 2002 Instructor: Christine ChungName_ 1. Assume voltages in a circuit vary between 6 volts and 13 volts, and the voltages are spread evently over the range of possibilities, so there is a uniform distribution. What is the p
Duke - JFR - 23
Estimating Macroeconomic Models: A Likelihood ApproachJess Fernndez-Villaverde University of Pennsylvania, NBER, and CEPR Juan F. Rubio-Ramrez Duke University and Federal Reserve Bank of AtlantaNovember 20, 2006Corresponding author: Juan F. Rubio-Ramre
Conn College - MATH - 130
Math130 Quiz 2 Name_Spring 2002 Instructor: Christine Chung1. Consider the following set of bivariate (x,y) data which corresponds to the two variables: Hours Elapsed (x) and Tasks Left (y). x 1 2 3 5 y 12 10 9 5 xy x2 y2Is there a significant linear c
Allan Hancock College - DECO - 0135
-Xmixed mixed mode execution (default) -Xint interpreted mode execution only -Xbootclasspath:&lt;directories and zip/jar files separated by ;&gt; set search path for bootstrap classes and resources -Xbootclasspath/a:&lt;directories and zip/jar files separated
Western Oregon University - MATH - 494
Centimeter Dot Paper
UNC Wilmington - TEXNH - 112
C Reference Card (ANSI)Program Structure/Functionstype fnc(type 1 ,. . . ) type name main() cfw_ declarations statements type fnc(arg 1 ,. . . ) cfw_ declarations statements return value; /* */ main(int argc, char *argv[]) exit(arg ) function declarat
Spelman - CIS - 121
1Chapter 12 - C+ Stream Input/OutputOutline 12.1 Introduction 12.2 Streams 12.2.1 Classic Streams vs. Standard Streams 12.2.2 iostream Library Header Files 12.2.3 Stream Input/Output Classes and Objects 12.3 Stream Output 12.3.1 Output of char * Variabl
Naval Academy - EE - 354
E&amp;CE 411, Spring 2009, Table of Q Function Table 1: Values Q(x) 0.010724 0.0093867 0.0081975 0.0071428 0.0062097 0.0053861 0.0046612 0.0040246 0.003467 0.0029798 0.0025551 0.002186 0.0018658 0.0015889 0.0013499 0.0011442 0.0009676 0.00081635 0.00068714 0.
U. Houston - ELED - 4320
Name~ .-Title /TopicThe~~-hvt)'Hhe.1Lvf b':)'-ouraJ- .f-\t~ S+ore.+ ur He;tur ke:t. J.,qVe.Th e,!;L\dC)I1,0+ILuG hove~'e.(ec.t i/CJ1l-~&quot;'.~&quot;'~e.le.c:+/&quot;jtlC ~'+J;J\ t.Lue. h~\le.C,ql&quot;'s.'&quot; -.I,~v.'r\o~ .r' Cq rs ., .Th~hQve.
U. Houston - ELED - 4320
i~ i ~-_t'l\ci'f\A vV!L\cfw_OTitle /TopicThenNow-+1 mjucfw_'v\ u rd-t\r)Q.\ 'cfw_&quot;'W a.- \0 ()&quot; 0 u .[ 'tvf' !&amp;.-0\(JS)'~.~,~ .\.-=\:\T~\~j ~.s-G\o\r&amp;S -(-(ll ;-We- yO~uJ C\c \: &quot;e0 f\, e. 50 e.-:-,()if4i. v'\ G\.j:i ~-&quot;-,-'
U. Houston - ELED - 4320
Title /TopicThenl\&lt;-y ~ur\1\i~\t -turKeyW&quot;L- 'buy Or 1-vrl&lt;eCA.\-+h~store.f'\~Tht:/ CDoK \(\ 0. ~t)T.&quot; &quot;~-&quot;-.vJ G CDC) \tl'3\-~-e.-K 1-chei\'T~6Y ~e&gt;w~We. ho.vet\t~ ~f;~-e.\t:.e, \-r~ c-:.:rj.
SUNY Oswego - H - 102
U.S. Response To Iranian TerrorismGroup Dowdle and Partners His.102 By:Alysse Dowdle Jamie Edgar Jennifer Larson John ProiettiTable of contents:Chapter one: Iran and the struggle to be part of the modern world Pages 3-8 By Alysse Dowdle Chapter two: Ir
UCSD - MATH - 109
UCSD - MATH - 109
UCSD - MATH - 109
UCSD - MATH - 109
Texas A&M - WFSC - 622
Genetic variation in the vasopressin receptor 1a gene (AVPR1A) associates with pair-bonding behavior in humansHasse Walum*, Lars Westberg, Susanne Henningsson, Jenae M. Neiderhiser, David Reiss , Wilmar Igl*, Jody M. Ganiban*, Erica L. Spotts, Nancy L. P
Hudson VCC - STAT - 231
REPLITTERPROTEINWATERHEATGAIN1111127.51112220.611222221121128.61222124.31211224.31221222.81212124.62112219.52121124.12122122.421112222222219.72212119.52211122.5
Hudson VCC - STAT - 231
TEMPERATUREPRESSUREX1X2PERCENT130325-1-181603251-124130475-111616047511321454000021145400002314540000201454000024
Hudson VCC - STAT - 231
WATERNITROPHOSW_LEVELN_LEVELP_LEVELBLOCKEFFICIENCY160011118.116024511219.716130012113616130245122134.2162600131134.616260245132134160011128.6160245112215.5161300121234.516130
Hudson VCC - STAT - 231
CITYRATE_LEVELZINCRATE1126.40.51123.50.51125.40.51122.90.51225.211239.211225.511231.9113261.51344.61.51335.51.51338.61.52130.10.521310.52130.80.52132.80.52247.712239.112255.31
Caltech - GE - 148
REPORTSSea Level Rise During Past 40 Years Determined from Satellite and in Situ ObservationsCecile Cabanes, Anny Cazenave, Christian Le ProvostThe 3.2 0.2 millimeter per year global mean sea level rise observed by the Topex/Poseidon satellite over 199
Rose-Hulman - ECE - 581
EC581 DSP Projects LaboratoryPolicies and Overview Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology Spring Quarter 2003General Information: Instructor: Mark A. Yoder Office: C-209 Office Phone: (812) 877-8291 (If no
University of Toronto - CHM - 310
University of Toronto - CHM - 310
University of Toronto - CHM - 310
CHM310S Spring 2009 Homework #2 Answer Key 1. ANO2O 2N CH3NO2MP = 81oC, MW = 227.15 g/mol 6fC aromatic = 6(0.13) fC = 0.20 5fH = 5(0.23) 3fNO2 = 3(-0.03) 3 polar groups separated by 1C = 3(-0.08(2(-0.03) logKOW = 2.05 logKOW = alog(1/Csatw) + b 2.05 =
University of Toronto - CHM - 310
University of Toronto - CHM - 310
University of Toronto - CHM - 310
University of Toronto - CHM - 310
University of Toronto - CHM - 310
University of Toronto - CHM - 310
Note to CHM 310S: The following are three reviews obtained for our paper [see Young et al; CBTF Fate on the web site] that was revised and eventually published in ET&amp;C. Why are these provided to you? Simply to give you a sense of what reviews of papers lo
University of Toronto - CHM - 310
Environ. Sci. Technol. 2007, 41, 4799-4805Production of Perfluorinated Carboxylic Acids (PFCAs) from the Biotransformation of Polyfluoroalkyl Phosphate Surfactants (PAPS): Exploring Routes of Human ContaminationJESSICA C. DEON AND SCOTT A. MABURY* Depar
University of Toronto - CHM - 310
Lecture ObjectivesOverall Goal: How do pollutants accumulatein the Arctic?Specifically: Physical characteristics of the Arctic environment Transport Pathways Atmospheric &amp; Oceanic Arctic food web Chemical properties that result in Arctic accumulation
University of Toronto - CHM - 310
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, Vol. 27, No. 11, pp. 22332238, 2008 2008 SETAC Printed in the USA .00 0730-7268/08 \$12.00PAINT SOLVENT TO FOOD ADDITIVE: AN ENVIRONMENTAL ROUTE OF DEHALOGENATION FOR 4-CHLOROBENZOTRIFLUORIDE CORA J. YOUNG, RODOLFO
University of Toronto - CHM - 310
Chemico-Biological Interactions 155 (2005) 165180Metabolic products and pathways of uorotelomer alcohols in isolated rat hepatocytesJonathan W. Martin a, , Scott A. Mabury b , Peter J. OBrien aaGraduate Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Universit
University of Toronto - CHM - 310
Environ. Sci. Technol. 2004, 38, 3316-3321Degradation of Fluorotelomer Alcohols: A Likely Atmospheric Source of Perfluorinated Carboxylic AcidsDAVID A. ELLIS, JONATHAN W. MARTIN, AMILA O. DE SILVA, S C O T T A . M A B U R Y , * , MICHAEL D. HURLEY, M A
University of Toronto - CHM - 310
Environ. Sci. Technol. 2004, 38, 2857-2864Fluorotelomer Alcohol Biodegradation Yields Poly- and Perfluorinated AcidsMARY JOYCE A. DINGLASAN, YUN YE, ELIZABETH A. EDWARDS, AND S C O T T A . M A B U R Y * , Department of Chemistry, University of Toronto,
University of Toronto - CHM - 310
Environ. Sci. Technol. 2003, 37, 3816-3820Atmospheric Lifetime of Fluorotelomer AlcoholsD. A. ELLIS, J. W. MARTIN, AND S. A. MABURY Department of Chemistry, University of Toronto, 80 St. George Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5S 3H6 M. D. HURLEY, M. P
University of Toronto - CHM - 310
IIELSEVIER SCIENCE IRELANDthe Science of the Total EnvironmentA~tamMItml ~ m a ~ Sc~,Lf~ t U ~ hThe Science of the Total Environment 143 (1994) 1-15On the photochemical oxidation of natural trace gases and man-made pollutants in the troposphereD.H.
University of Toronto - CHM - 310
University of Toronto - CHM - 310
J. Agric. Food Chem. 1999, 47, 1711-17161711A Simple Structure-Based Calculator for Estimating Vapor PressureKirk A. Simmons*Discovery Research Department, Agricultural Products Group, FMC Corporation, P.O. Box 8, Princeton, New Jersey 08543The devel
University of Toronto - CHM - 310
University of Toronto - CHM - 310
2582J. Agric. Food Chem. 2000, 48, 25822588Hydrolysis Kinetics of Fenthion and Its Metabolites in Buffered Aqueous MediaJiping Huang and Scott A. Mabury*Department of Chemistry, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario M5S 3H6, CanadaThis study invest
Cal Poly Pomona - ACCT - 305
DATA BASE: THE ORGANIZATION'S TOTAL COLLECTION OF DATA ON COMPUTER STORAGE DEVICES DATA BASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM: COLLECTION OF SOFTWARE SPECIALLY DESIGNED TO MANAGE DATA IN A DATA BASE ACCORDING TO REQUESTS ISSUED BY APPLICATION PROGRAMS OR DIRECTLY BY USE
Springfield - E - 553
Springfield College School of Human Services Tampa Bay Campus MOML 661 ORGANIZATIONAL GROWTH &amp; DEVELOPMENT 2 Credits Summer, 2009Terrance A. Macho, MS 790 Woodbine Way, #711 Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418 561-596-7976 (cell) 561-721-3379 (fax) tmacho@comca
Springfield - C - 371
SpringfieldCollege SchoolofHumanServices Tampa,Florida SocialandPoliticalIssuesofAddiction (3Credits)ADST327/86 Summer2009 Instructors Name: Address: Phone numbers: Fax number: Email: Ted Adams, MS,CAC P.O. Box 6038 Brandon, Florida 33508 800-724-2778 ext
MN State - MATH - 102
Review for Exam 4 Math 102 Complete the following exercises for a review. Questions on the exam will be similar to questions on this review, questions from the homework assignments and the suggested exercises. 1. Consider the following data set 10, 21, 12
MN State - MATH - 102
Review for Exam 4 Math 102 Complete the following exercises for a review. Questions on the exam will be similar to questions on this review, questions from the homework assignments and the suggested exercises. 1. Consider the following data set 10, 21, 12
Ball State - ETEXT - 96
Project Gutenberg Etext of Orr's Life/Letters of Robert Browningby Mrs. Sutherland OrrCopyright laws are changing all over the world, be sure to checkthe copyright laws for your country before posting these files!Please take a look at the important in
Maryville MO - NRS - 592
UsingGeospatialDatatoExtendSiteSpecificN AnalysistotheWatershedScaleEcohydrologySeminarJan23,2009Adaptedfrom:ResearchCoordinationMeeting StrategicPlacementandAreawideEvaluationofConservationZonesinAgric. Catchments IAEA/FAOVienna,Austria December16,2008
Lehigh - HW - 21
Physics 21 Fall 2007Solution to HW-1931-9 (A) What is the reactance of an inductor with an inductance of 3.30 H at a frequency of 83.0 Hz? (B) What is the inductance of an inductor whose reactance is 13.0 at a frequency of 83.0 Hz? (C) What is the react
Radford University - ECON - 307
Econ 307 TTh 11:00amHomework 511/20/08 A. OrlovThis assignment is due Thursday, December 4, at the beginning of class. Be sure to show all your work for the paper-and-pencil problems (1 through 4), and include a printout of your computer output for the
Lehigh - HW - 21
28-19 A long, straight wire lies along the y axis and carries an 8 A current in the -y direction. There is also a uniform magnetic field B_0 with magnitude 1.50 x 10-6 T is in the +x direction. What are Magnetic Field due to a Wire Find the direction of t