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22, Chapter Reflection and Refraction of Light CHAPTER 22 Conceptual Questions C1. Three flat layers of transparent material are stacked upon one another. The top layer has index of refraction n1, the middle has n2 and the bottom one has n3. If n1 < n2 < n3, at what angle of incidence will a ray of light traverse the three layers in a single straight line? 1 a. i = sin (1 / n1 ) 1 b. i = sin (1 /( n1 +...

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Oregon State - PHYS - 201
Chapter 23, Mirrors and LensesCHAPTER 23Conceptual QuestionsC1. An eyeglass lens is cut with one surface having a radius R 1 and the other surface having aradius R2, with R1 &lt; R2. Both positive radii are measured from the same side with R 1 beingthe
Oregon State - PHYS - 201
Chapter 24, Wave OpticsCHAPTER 24Conceptual QuestionsC1. In a Youngs double-slit experiment, both the wavelength and the slit separation areincreased by 50%. What happens to the distance between two adjacent bright fringes?a. It increases by 50%.b.
Oregon State - PHYS - 201
Chapter 25, Optical InstrumentsCHAPTER 25Conceptual QuestionsC1. Using a camera with a fixed focal length lens, how will decreasing the f-number affect thedepth of field and the intensity of the light reaching the ccd (or film)?a. The depth of field
Oregon State - PHYS - 201
Chapter 26, RelativityCHAPTER 26Conceptual QuestionsC1. A spaceship is moving away from an observer at relativistic speed. Its length at rest is 100 m,but the observer measures its length as 50 m. A time interval of 100 s on the spaceship wouldbe mea
Oregon State - PHYS - 201
Chapter 27, Quantum PhysicsCHAPTER 27Conceptual QuestionsC1. Of photons of red, yellow, light, and blue light, which photons have the greatest energy?a. redb. yellowc. greend. blueC2. Surface #1 has work function 1 , and when bombarded with photon
Oregon State - PHYS - 201
Chapter 28, Atomic PhysicsCHAPTER 28Conceptual QuestionsC1. Consider the hydrogen atom, singly ionized helium atom, and the doubly ionized lithiumatom. Arrange these atoms from highest energy ground state to lowest energy ground state.a. H, He+, Li+
Oregon State - PHYS - 201
Chapter 29, Nuclear PhysicsCHAPTER 29Conceptual QuestionsC1. Sample #1 is made from an isotope with decay constant 1 and sample #2 is made from anisotope with decay constant 2 , where 1 &lt; 2 . Which of the following statements must betrue?a. The acti
Oregon State - PHYS - 201
Chapter 30, Nuclear Energy and Elementary ParticlesCHAPTER 30Conceptual QuestionsC1. When considering the law of conservation of lepton number for a reaction, how manydifferent lepton numbers must be checked?a. 1b. 2c. 3d. 6C2. If the lifetime of
American University of Beirut - CHEM - 212
Chapter 17Aldehydes and Ketones:Nucleophilic Additionto the Carbonyl GroupORCAcyl groupChem 212B. R. Kaafarani117.1. IUPAC Nomenclature of AldehydesOOHH4,4-dimethylpentanal5-hexenalO Base the name onthe chain that containsthe carbonyl
American University of Beirut - CHEM - 212
Chapter 19Carboxylic Acid Derivatives:Nucleophilic Acyl SubstitutionChem 212B. R. Kaafarani119.1. Nomenclature of Carboxylic AcidDerivativesAcyl HalidesORCX Name the acyl group and add the word chloride,fluoride, bromide, or iodide as appropr
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Chapter 18Carboxylic AcidsChem 212B. R. Kaafarani118.1. Carboxylic Acid Nomenclature Systematic IUPAC names replace &quot;-e&quot; ending ofalkane with &quot;oic acid. Table 19.1 (page 792)Examples:OHCOHSystematic NameCommon Namemethanoic acidformic acidp
American University of Beirut - CHEM - 212
Chapter 16Ethers, Epoxides, and SulfidesChem 212B. R. Kaafarani116.1. Nomenclature of Ethers, Epoxides, and SulfidesSubstitutive IUPAC Names of Ethers Name as alkoxy derivatives of alkanes.CH3OCH2 CH3MethoxyethaneCH3CH2OCH2CH2CH2Cl3-Chloro-1-et
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Chapter 14Organometallic CompoundsChem 212B. R. Kaafarani114.1. Organometallic NomenclatureMetal is the parentH2CLiCHNaCyclopropyllithiumCH3CH2MgCH2CH3CH3MgIDiethylmagnesiumChem 212VinylsodiumMethylmagnesiumiodideB. R. Kaafarani214.2.
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Chapter 15Alcohols, Diols, and ThiolsOHChem 212B. R. KaafaraniHO115.1. Sources of AlcoholsMethanol Methanol is an industrial chemical.- End uses: solvent, antifreeze, fuel.- Principal use: preparation of formaldehyde.- Prepared by hydrogenat
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Problem Set 13.1Giving the 1H NMR, MS, and IR spectra, identify the structure of the organiccompound of the following. Assign all the protons in the NMR, characteristicfragments in MS, and characteristic stretches in IR.Problem A.1Problem C.2Probl
American University of Beirut - CHEM - 212
Chapter 13SpectroscopyNuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy (NMR)Infrared spectroscopy (IR)Ultraviolet-Visible spectroscopy (UV-vis)Mass Spectrometry (MS)Carey, F. A.; Giuliano, R. M. In Organic Chemistry, 8th Ed., 2011.Chem 212B. R. Kaafarani1
American University of Beirut - PHYS - 205
lectures and solutions
American University of Beirut - PHYS - 205
PHYSICS 205TIME: 120 minutesFeb. 1, 2008DO NOT OPEN THIS EXAM BEFORE YOU ARE TOLD TO BEGINNAME_ID Number _Useful informationMass of the electron me= 9.1x10-31 kg.h = 6.63x10-34 J.s;c = 3.00x108 m/s;e=1.60x10-19 C.ke=8.9875x109 Nm2/C2Compton wa
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American University of Beirut - PHYS - 205
Chapter 21Alternating Current Circuitsand Electromagnetic WavesG. Antar1OutlineAC vs DCResistors in AC circuitsCapacitors in AC circuitsInductance in AC circuitsRLC series circuitsPower in AC circuitsResonance in AC circuitsTransformersElect
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Chapter 19 problems solutionsPage 1Chapter 19 problems solutionsPage 2Chapter 19 problems solutionsPage 3Chapter 19 problems solutionsPage 4Chapter 19 problems solutionsPage 5
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Chapter 18Direct Current CircuitsOUTLINEElectromotive Force and potential differenceResistors in series and in parallelKirchhoffs rulesRC circuitApplication to neuronsDr. G. Antar2Electromotive force (emf, E )Electromotive force (emf, E ) is a
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Chapter 17Current and ResistanceAndOhms LawDr. G. Antar1Outline1.2.3.4.5.6.7.Electric CurrentCurrent and Drift SpeedResistance and Ohms LawResistivityTemperature Variation of ResistanceElectrical Energy and PowerSuperconductorsDr. G.
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Chapter 16:Electric EnergyandCapacitanceOutlineElectrostatic potential Potential Energy Potential Difference Work and potential energy Conductors in equilibrium Equipotential surfacesDr. G. Antar2Electric Potential of a Point ChargeThe point
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American University of Beirut - PHYS - 205
Basic oscilloscope operation This worksheet and all related files are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution License, version 1.0. To view a copy of this license, visit http:/creativecommons.org/licenses/by/1.0/, or send a letter to Creative Comm
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American University of Beirut - CHEM - 211
ChChapter 1111Arenes and AromaticityChem 211B. R. Kaafarani1Examples of Aromatic HydrocarbonsCH3HHHHHHHHHHHBenzeneHHTolueneHHHHHChem 211HB. R. KaafaraniNaphthalene211.2. The Structure of Benzene Kekul (1866) proposed a c
American University of Beirut - CHEM - 211
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American University of Beirut - CHEM - 211
ChapterChapter 7StereochemistryChem 211B. R. Kaafarani1ChiralitChirality A molecule is chiral if its two mirror image formsarenotsuperimposableupononeanother. A molecule is achiral if its two mirror imageforms are superimposable.Chem 211
American University of Beirut - CHEM - 211
ChChapter 3Alkanes and Cycloalkanes: Conformationsand cis-trans StereoisomersConformationsaredifferentspatialarrangements of a molecule that are generatedby rotation about single bonds.Chem 211B. R. Kaafarani13.1. Conformational Analysis of E
American University of Beirut - CHEM - 211
Chapter 2Hydrocarbon Frameworks:FrameAlkanesChem 211B. R. Kaafarani1HydrocarbonsHydrocarbonsAliphaticAromaticHHHAlkanesAlkenesHAlkynesHHHCHChem 211HHCHHCHHHHCCCHHB. R. Kaafarani2Models for Chemical Bonding The Lew
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American University of Beirut - PHYS - 205L
Physics Lab STUDY MATERIAL, previouses, reports, summary
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Physics 211L/Phys205LMeasurement of Magnetic Induction FieldsNames:_&amp;_Part A: Solenoid(a) Measurement of B as a function of position (I= 5A):Length of solenoid = _cmOuter diameter of solenoid = _ _cmOuter diameter of spool = 4.5 0.1 cmAverage diam
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Phys211L/Phys205LMeasurement of Magnetic Induction FieldsObject:The measurement of magnetic induction fields B, produced by a bar magnet, a solenoid, acircular coil, using a Hall-effect Teslameter.Equipment:Hewlett-Packard Power supply (30 V), BK Pr
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ii- DRB at 10Vin=10.0V (peak-to-peak)Frequency (Hz)fres 7.0 kHzfres 5.0 kHzfres 3.5 kHzfres 2.5 kHzfres 2.0 kHzfres 1.5kHzfres 1.2 kHzfres0.9 kHzfres0.6 kHzfres 0.4 kHzfres - 0.2 kHzfresfres + 0.2 kHzfres + 0.4 kHzfres + 0.6kHzfres+ 0.9
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Date:_Grade:Phys211L/Phys205LRLC circuitsName: _ Section number: _Partners Name: _ Instructor: _Using the LRC meter measure the values of L and C:C=_L=_Calculate the resonance frequency from eq(3):_A-Determination of the resonant frequency of a
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PHYSICS 211LTransformersDate: 24/05/2007Section: 1Grade:Instructor: Ms. Sara NajmPART I:Adjust Vp to 1V (peak-to-peak) for every configuration.Using the two 400-turn coils, record the secondary voltages (peak-to-peak) when:a)Back-to-backare clo
American University of Beirut - PHYS - 205L
PHYSICS 211LTransformersDate: 24/05/2007Section: 1Grade:Instructor: Ms. Sara NajmPART I:Adjust Vp to 1V (peak-to-peak) for every configuration.Using the two 400-turn coils, record the secondary voltages (peak-to-peak) when:a)Back-to-backare clo
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PHYSICS 211LExp. 1: Basic Oscilloscope OperationsDate: _08/03/2007_NAME: _PARTNERS NAME:_SECTION NUMBER &amp; NAME OF INSTRUCTOR: _-1- MS. SARA NAJM_Grade:1. DataTable 1: Amplitude MeasurementsAmplitude controlFunction GeneratorFully CW- Way CW-
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Phys 211L/Phys205LBasic Oscilloscope OperationsGrade:Date: _NAME: _PARTNERS NAME:_SECTION NUMBER &amp; NAME OF INSTRUCTOR: _1. DataTable 1: Amplitude MeasurementsAmplitude controlFunction GeneratorFully CW- Way CWFully CCWCH1VOLTS/DIVFully CW
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Physics 211L/Phys205LBASIC OSCILLOSCOPE OPERATIONSObject:Introduction to the theory, controls and operation of a general-purpose oscilloscope.Equipment:Oscilloscope, function generator, frequency counter, transformer/rectifier-unit, phaseshifter, a
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Date: 18th of March 2011Phys211L/Phys205LOhms LawName: Nour HalawiPartners Name: Camille HageSection number: 10Instructor: Zeinab AlamehPart I. Computer-aided measurementsA- Ohmic devices- passive resistor:Determination of the resistance using th
American University of Beirut - PHYS - 205L
Date: 08/03/07Grade:Physics 205LOhms LawName:Partners Name:Section: 8Instructor: Diala A. Haidar AhmadPart I. Computer-aided measurementsA- Ohmic devices- passive resistor:Determination of the resistance using the I-V curve:I (A)0.0310.0800.
American University of Beirut - PHYS - 205L
Phys211L/Phys205LOHMS LAWObject:To investigate the relationship between current and voltage in ohmic and nonohmic devices and to determine the resistivity of different-material rods.Equipment:Computer; Science Workshop (SW) 750 Interface; electric ci
American University of Beirut - PHYS - 205L
Physics 211LCapacitance and Dielectric Constant Measurement(A) Unknown capacitors and combinationNominal Values: Cx:_0.47 10 nF_Cy:_2.22 10 nF _ Cz:_56 10 nF _Note the manufacturers rated tolerancesMeasured Value, CalculatedCxCyCzCm (nF)0.4512
American University of Beirut - PHYS - 205L
Phys211L/ Phys205LCapacitance and Dielectric Constant Measurement(A) Unknown capacitors and combinationNominal Values: Cx:_Cy:_ Cz:_Note the manufacturers rated tolerancesMeasured Value,CmCxCyCzCxCyCzCxCyCx/Cy/CzCy/CzCx(Cy/Cz)Cx/( CyCz)Ca
American University of Beirut - PHYS - 205L
Phys211L/Phys205LCapacitance and Dielectric Constant MeasurementsObject:To measure the capacitance of a number of unknown capacitors, in series and parallelcombinations as well as that of a BNC cable. To also determine the dielectric constant ofa she
American University of Beirut - PHYS - 205L
Date: _10/05/2007_Grade:Physics 211LRC and RL circuitsName: _ _Partners Name: _ _Section number: _-1-_Instructor: _Ms. Sarah Najm_A- RC:RC time for 330 F capacitor and 100 resistor:Beginning time (s)Time to half value of max. voltage (s)t/1/2
American University of Beirut - PHYS - 205L
Date:_Phys211L/Phys205LRC and RL circuitsName: _Partners Name: _Section number: _Instructor: _A- RC:RC time for 330 F capacitor and 100 resistor:Beginning time (s)Time to half value of max. voltage (s)t/1/2 (s)Deduce the RC time of the circuit
American University of Beirut - PHYS - 205L
Phys211L/Phys205LRC AND RL CIRCUITSObject:To investigate how transient voltages and currents vary in resistor-capacitor (RC)and resistor-inductor (RL) circuits.Equipment:Computer; PASCO Science Workshop (SW) 750 Interface; PASCO RLC CircuitBoard; d
American University of Beirut - PHYS - 205L
Date:_Grade:Physics 211LCharge-to-Mass Ratio of an ElectronName: Section number:1Partners Name:Instructor: Sara NajemA- DATA:Number of turns in a coil:D (m)0.6620.3280.44d (m)I1 (A)720.6620.330.450.6610.3310.46Average diameter of the
American University of Beirut - PHYS - 205L
Date:_Phys211L/Phys205LCharge-to-Mass Ratio of an ElectronNames: _Section number: _Instructor:_Number of turns in a coil:DdI1 (A)Average diameter of the Helmholtz coils:Average separation of the coils:Average value of I1 =Accelerating voltage:
American University of Beirut - PHYS - 205L
Phys211L/Phys205LMeasurement of charge to mass ratio of electrons1. Object:To determine the ratio of the charge to mass of an electron.2. Equipment:Set of Helmholtz coils, cathode-ray tube, power supply, ammeter, voltmeter,variable resistors, transf
American University of Beirut - PHYS - 205L
Date: 12 Sep 2006Physics 205LDETERMINATION OF PLANCKS CONSTANTName: Mohamad Karim KechliPartners Name: Khalil AnoutiSection number: 1Instructor: Rana AshkarGrade:A- Data:Determination of the stopping potential for each color:First OrderColorYe
American University of Beirut - PHYS - 205L
Phys205LDETERMINATION OF PLANCKS CONSTANT1. Object:To determine Plancks constant by means of the photo-electric effect.2. Equipment:Mercury vapor light source, digital voltmeter, Lens/Grating assembly, PASCO h/eapparatus, green and yellow filters.3
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Physics 205LDETERMINATION OF PLANCKS CONSTANTName: _Partners Name: _Section number: _Instructor: _Grade:A- Data:Determination of the stopping potential for each color:First OrderColorYellowWavelenght(nm)578Green546.074Blue435.825Violet