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10 Due: Assignment 11:59pm on Thursday, July 7, 2011 Note: To understand how points are awarded, read your instructor's G rading Policy . [Switch to Standard Assignment View] [ Print ] Understanding Two-Source Interference Learning Goal: To understand the assumptions made by the standard two-source interference equations and to be able to use them in a standard problem. For solving two-source interference...

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Sacramento City College - PHYS - 360
Assignment 11Due: 11:59pm on Tuesday, July 12, 2011Note: To understand how points are awarded, read your instructor's G rading Policy .[Switch to Standard Assignment View][ Print ] Understanding Multiple OpticsLearning Goal: To become familiar with
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Assignment 12Due: 11:59pm on Thursday, July 14, 2011Note: To understand how points are awarded, read your instructor's G rading Policy .[Switch to Standard Assignment View][ Print ]When Time Flies.It Runs More SlowlyLearning Goal: To understand leng
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6/11/11Electric ChargeElectric Forces and FieldsA new force and a new way ofapproaching all forces.Elementary Charge The unit of charge we use is called theCoulomb, C, after Charles Coulomb. The unit of elementary charge, the chargeheld on a sing
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6/11/11Potential energy Energy can be stored in an electric field ina way analogous to that in the gravitationalfield. Recall: P.E.grav= U = -Workhi to hf = mghElectrical Potential So,Electrical Potential EnergyUelectric = WelectricPlotting Pote
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6/14/11Definition of CurrentElectrical Currents andCircuitsEmf and Circuits EMF: Electro-Motive Force. Its not actually a force.It is the potential (V) provided by a battery. (Thepotential energy/unit charge.) Current is the flow of charged partic
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6/28/11Motional EMFElectromagnetic InductionMotional EMF The emf from amagnetic field is:E = vBLPulling the bar through theB-Field gives thecharges a velocity.Recall, F=qv x B The force a moving charged particleexperiences from a B-field pushe
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6/30/11 Maxwells Equa2ons AmpereMaxwell Law Our Window on the Universe Gauss Law B l = 0 E I + 0t ! E = 4&quot; kq =q#0&quot;# B&quot;tFaradays Law Gausss Law for Magnetism Accelera2ng charges create electromagne2c waves E =!
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7/12/11 Reec%ons from a specular surface The object, or source, generally sca;ers light in all direc&lt;ons. Lenses and Mirrors The light from the object reects o the mirror according to the rules of reec,on. Our e
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7/13/11 Interference and Dirac2on Coherent Sources Waves from coherent sources maintain a constant phase rela2onship. Incoherent sources Waves from incoherent sources generally have random phase rela2onships. Mul2wave
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7/14/1117/14/1127/14/1137/14/1147/14/11G! + &quot;g! =8# GT!c48! G1T&quot; = R&quot; # Rg&quot;c4257/14/11!=11&quot;v2c2L===1v21 2c11(.8c )2c21=1 0.64 = 1.67L0L03mL=1.67L = 1.8 mL=67/14/11!=11&quot;v2c2=1
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7/17/11 Blackbody radia8on Quantum mechanics BB radia8on key result Quan8zed energy was produced/released in discrete bundles with energy, E, given by: E = hf where f is the oscilla8on
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