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  • 9 Pages Ex2_F03_with_solutions
    Ex2_F03_with_solutions

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    Course: General Physics

    Purdue University PHYS 221 EXAM II 11/6/03 (with solutions) All questions are worth 5 points unless otherwise stated. 1 An electromagnetic wave has an electric field with peak value 250 N/C, What is the average intensity of the wave? (10 points) a) b) c)

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    Solutions_Final

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  • 13 Pages Final_Past
    Final_Past

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    Purdue University PHYS 221 FINAL EXAM (orange) 12/17/10 All questions are worth 5 points unless otherwise stated. 1 A coin is dropped into a fountain of depth 60 cm. To someone standing outside the fountain, how far below the surface of the water does the

  • 9 Pages Ex2_F11
    Ex2_F11

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    Purdue University PHYS 221 EXAM II 11/6/11 All questions are worth 5 points unless otherwise stated. 1 An electromagnetic wave has an electric field with peak value 250 N/C, What is the average intensity of the wave? (10 points) a) b) c) d) e) 2 0.66 W/m2

  • 11 Pages hints07
    Hints07

    School: Purdue

    Course: Introductory Physics

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    Hints08

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    Course: Introductory Physics

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    Hints14

    School: Purdue

    Course: Introductory Physics

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  • 16 Pages Midterm_2011_SummerA
    Midterm_2011_SummerA

    School: Purdue

    Course: Introductory Physics

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    Midterm_2011_SummerB

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    Course: Introductory Physics

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  • 5 Pages Midterm_Practice_2011_Summer
    Midterm_Practice_2011_Summer

    School: Purdue

    Course: Introductory Physics

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  • 7 Pages hints06
    Hints06

    School: Purdue

    Course: Introductory Physics

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  • 3 Pages Preparation_final_post
    Preparation_final_post

    School: Purdue

    Course: General Physics II

    Preparation for final exam The final exam is comprehensive Today we will cover only some of the material since exam 2 4/25/12 D. Bortoletto 1 Chapter 25: Wave Optics Constructive Interference Amplitude (arbitrary units) 4 3 = 0 or 1 2 1 0 -1 -2 -3 -4 0

  • 8 Pages hints05
    Hints05

    School: Purdue

    Course: Introductory Physics

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  • 10 Pages hints04
    Hints04

    School: Purdue

    Course: Introductory Physics

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  • 10 Pages hints03
    Hints03

    School: Purdue

    Course: Introductory Physics

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  • 13 Pages Solutions_for_2003_Final
    Solutions_for_2003_Final

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    Course: General Physics

  • 6 Pages Solutions_for_2002_Final
    Solutions_for_2002_Final

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    Course: General Physics

  • 1 Page Ex2_F04_orange solutions
    Ex2_F04_orange Solutions

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    Course: General Physics

  • 5 Pages Ex2_F02_white_solutions
    Ex2_F02_white_solutions

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    Course: General Physics

    Purdue University PHYS221 EXAM II Solutions are marked with a *) 10/31/02 (All questions are worth 5 points unless otherwise stated. There is no penalty for guessing. Attempt all questions to maximize you score. Remember to write your name and SSN on your

  • 21 Pages PracticeFinalSummer2011
    PracticeFinalSummer2011

    School: Purdue

    Course: Introductory Physics

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  • 7 Pages vector_review
    Vector_review

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    Course: Introductory Physics

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  • 1 Page Conceptual Questions M11
    Conceptual Questions M11

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    Conceptual Questions 1. The number of the photoelectrons emitted from a metal surface does not change with light frequency increase. The number of the photoelectrons emitted from a metal surface does not depend on the work function. And it depends on the

  • 1 Page Analysis (E4)
    Analysis (E4)

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    Analysis (E4): In this lab we learned about direct current circuits. In a direct current circuit a wire carries the charge from one end of the device to another. A direct current only flows in one direction. Direct currents are created by sources such as

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    Analysis (E6)

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    Analysis: In this experiment we observed the phenomena of electromagnetic induction. We used Faradays Law to explain how the process works. We observed magnetic flux through coils. We also used Lenzs Law to talk about the polarity of an induced emf. We al

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    Analysis

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    Amelia Foreman Tyler King Analysis In Lab 4 we learned the basics of circular motion. We learned that as an object travels in uniform circular motion, then the object is at a constant speed. We also learned that the velocity is constantly changing because

  • 1 Page Conceptual Questions. E5
    Conceptual Questions. E5

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    Conceptual Questions: 1. The forces acting on the poles are represented by F=mB. M is the pole strength and B is the strength of the magnetic field. B is constant and has a constant direction and magnitude. The north pole is parallel to B, and the south p

  • 1 Page phys 221 anaylsis 1
    Phys 221 Anaylsis 1

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    PHYS 221 E2Lab: Analysis and Conceptual Questions 9/13/12 Analysis: During this lab we observed electric fields. We used the computer program to place charges in certain locations, and then added field lines, etc. We were able to observe how the electric

  • 1 Page phys 221 CQ.01
    Phys 221 CQ.01

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    Conceptual Questions 1) The resistors in parallel have the smaller net resistance. Series: 10 + 10 = 20 Parallel: 1/(1/10)+(1/10)= 1/(1/5)= 5 2) The source of resistivity is the conducting properties of specific materials. Each material has a material c

  • 1 Page Conceptual Questions M2
    Conceptual Questions M2

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    Conceptual Questions FA = FB = k q A qB r2 1. 2. NO V= kq = const R According to Gauss's Law, the electric field E inside a charge sphere is zero, while the electric potential V has a constant value inside the sphere, .

  • 1 Page Conceptual Questions M10
    Conceptual Questions M10

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    Conceptual Questions 1. Because when decreasing the lens's aperture, photographers can reduce some unnecessary light. So that they can get a sharper image. 2.

  • 1 Page Conceptual Questions M3
    Conceptual Questions M3

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    Conceptual Questions 1 11 + ab 1. Suppose resistor A is a , and resistor B is b. When they are connected in series, the total resistance is a+b. When they are connect in parallel, the total resistance is . The parallel one is smaller than the series one.

  • 1 Page Conceptual Questions M4
    Conceptual Questions M4

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    Conceptual Questions 1. When the switch is closed, bulb A will be dark, and the bulb B will be brighter. Because when the switch closed, there come a short circuit, which makes the current doesn't go through bulb A. And as the current doesn't go through b

  • 1 Page Conceptual Questions M5
    Conceptual Questions M5

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    Conceptual Questions 1. The force are acting on the bar magnet due to the uniform magnetic field is the magnet force. The north pole of the bar magnet points to the direction of the uniform magnetic field. B = 0 2. Due N I0 L to the formula , we can get t

  • 1 Page Conceptual Questions M6
    Conceptual Questions M6

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    Conceptual Questions 1. The initial magnetic flux in the coil is 0. The final magnetic flux in through the coil is 0. The net charge of the magnetic flux in the coil is . The falling magnet may induce voltage in the coil. The induced voltage depends on th

  • 1 Page Conceptual Questions M7
    Conceptual Questions M7

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    Conceptual Questions = / R L 1. It's because the impedance stores energy during the time that voltage is not zero. And when the voltage drops to zero, the impedance releases the energy. And it takes time for the energy to release so that the current does

  • 1 Page Conceptual Questions M8
    Conceptual Questions M8

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    Conceptual Questions cv c n= v 1. The way to calculate the index of refraction is : , c is the speed of light in a vacuum, and v is the speed of the light in a medium. As the speed of light in a vacuum is the fastest speed light can be, is always true. Th

  • 1 Page Conceptual Questions M9
    Conceptual Questions M9

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    Conceptual Questions 1. Because when decreasing the lens's aperture, photographers can reduce some unnecessary light. So that they can get a sharper image. 2.

  • 9 Pages Ex1_F04_green_solutions
    Ex1_F04_green_solutions

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    Course: General Physics

  • 7 Pages week7
    Week7

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    PHYS 221 Recitation Kevin Ralphs Week 8 Overview HW Questions Alternating Current RMS Reactance Impedance HW Questions Ask Away Alternating Current (AC) - RMS AC - Reactance AC - Impedance What does it tell me? It represents the relationship (magnitude an

  • 9 Pages week5
    Week5

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    PHYS 221 Recitation Kevin Ralphs Week 5 Overview HW Questions Right-Hand Rule Warning Magnetic Fields HW Questions Ask Away Right-Hand Rule and the Cross Product Right-Hand Rule and the Cross Product Warning Magnetic Fields Source Moving Charges This is t

  • 30 Pages Lec15
    Lec15

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    Generation of EM Waves A radio wave can be generated by using an AC voltage source connected to two wires The two wires act as an antenna As the voltage of the AC source oscillates, the electric potential of the two wires also oscillate Electric charg

  • 28 Pages Lec11
    Lec11

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    Test I covers all of Chapters 17 - through and including 20.4 This goes through the Feb. 12 lecture plus maybe a little snow-day catch-up on Feb. 17 to complete coverage through 20.4 In ELLT 116 [Hall of Music] 8 -9:30 PM Tuesday, Feb 25 Multiple choice

  • 34 Pages Lec13
    Lec13

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    Unimportable iclicker scores from 24Feb14 Lecture at 9:30 (Section 2) Six of these clickers SENT ANSWERS TO US, but we cant credit you until you register these clicker ID numbers under YOUR NAMES in CHIP p 2 #23C415F2,0,0 3 #800230B2,0,0 4 #8046B375,2.00

  • 36 Pages Lec16
    Lec16

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    Rays Rays indicate the path and direction of propagation of the light wave In A, the waves pass through a large opening and, to a very good approximation, follow straight lines that pass through the opening In B, the opening is about the same size or s

  • 24 Pages Lec17
    Lec17

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    Announcement Final Exam is Thursday May 8 from 7:00 to 9:00 pm in the Hall of Music Exam II is Monday April 7, from 8:00 to 9:30 in Loeb Playhouse, Stewart 183 Covers up to and including Chapter 24, including also Section 6 (more than stated in the cou

  • 9 Pages Lec18
    Lec18

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    Much of the Monday 21 March lecture material is posted as a revised Lec17 pdf on this website. We now start on Chapter 25: Introduction Wave Optics The field of wave optics studies the properties of light that depend on its wave nature Wave properties

  • 53 Pages Lec19
    Lec19

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    Michelson Interferometer The Michelson interferometer uses the interference of two reflected waves The third, beam- splitting, mirror is partially reflecting (half silvered, except its a thin Aluminum film on glass.) Section 25.2 Michelson Interferomete

  • 3 Pages assignment1
    Assignment1

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    PHYS 221/summer2014: Assignment SM14S01 User: morrow5 For user = morrow5 Logout GB16P021-mc [10 points] (Last updated: Thu May 26 13:48:17 2005) [morrow5] Electric field across a cellular membrane Don't Forget to Give Answers in Specified Units! If you ha

  • 1 Page E2
    E2

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    ConceptualQuestions: 1. Theforceactingoneachsphereismutualsoeachsphereexperiencesthesame magnitudeofforce.Thedirectionofeachforceisdirectedawayfromtheother spheresincebothsphereshaveapositivecharge,asshowninthediagram. 2. No,justbecausetheelectricfieldequ

  • 1 Page E3
    E3

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    ConceptualQuestions: 1. Theresistorsconnectedinparallelhaveasmallernetresistancethanresistorsin series.Forexampletherearetworesistorsbothequalto10ohms.Whenconnected inseriesRT=10+10=20ohms.Wheninparallel1/RT=1/10+1/10andRT=5. Resistorsinparallelaresmaller

  • 1 Page e5
    E5

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    ConceptualQuestions: 1. Theforcefeltonthebarmagnetlocatedintheuniformmagneticfieldisthepole strengthmultipliedbythestrengthofthemagneticfield,F=mB.Thebarmagnetdoes notmoveintheuniformornonuniformfieldsincethebarwasnotmovingbeforethe magneticforcewasapplie

  • 4 Pages hw6
    Hw6

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    PHYS 221/summer2014: Assignment SM14S06 User: morrow5 For user = morrow5 Logout Gio-20-P058 [10 points] (Last updated: Thu Oct 1 11:28:40 2009) [morrow5] Torque on a square loop Don't Forget to Give Answers in Specified Units! If you have a figure in the

  • 7 Pages hw7
    Hw7

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    PHYS 221/summer2014: Assignment SM14S07 User: morrow5 For user = morrow5 Logout Gio-21-P003 [10 points] (Last updated: Sat Aug 1 18:01:07 2009) [morrow5] Magnetic flux Don't Forget to Give Answers in Specified Units! If you have a figure in the present pr

  • 5 Pages hw8
    Hw8

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    PHYS 221/summer2014: Assignment SM14S08 User: morrow5 For user = morrow5 Logout Gio-22-P005 [10 points] (Last updated: Wed Aug 12 16:25:30 2009) [morrow5] Generation of AC voltage Don't Forget to Give Answers in Specified Units! If you have a figure in th

  • 3 Pages hw5
    Hw5

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    PHYS 221/summer2014: Assignment SM14S05 User: morrow5 For user = morrow5 Logout Gio-20-P004 [10 points] (Last updated: Fri Jul 17 03:40:46 2009) [morrow5] Magnetic force due to a current carrying wire Don't Forget to Give Answers in Specified Units! If yo

  • 1 Page e7
    E7

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    ConceptualQuestions: 1. ThecurrentinanRLcircuitwillnotinstantaneouslydroptozerobecausethe inductorinthecircuitresiststhechangeinthemagneticfluxbyinducingcurrent toopposethedropincurrentthroughoutthecircuit.ThecurrentintheRLcircuit doeseventuallyreachzero,

  • 27 Pages Lec14
    Lec14

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    Symmetry of E and B, cont. Section 23.1 Electromagnetic Waves Self-sustaining oscillations involving E and B are possible The oscillations are an electromagnetic wave Electromagnetic waves are also referred to as electromagnetic radiation Both the ele

  • 32 Pages Lec12
    Lec12

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    NOTICE: Help Center, Room 11, open hours are listed on the Phys. 221 web homepage at the Learning Center button each week This week in honor of the evening Exam, the center will be open Tuesday most of the day. An announcement about this should also ha

  • 29 Pages Lec10
    Lec10

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    EXAM 1 EXAM 1 Tues. February 25, 8:00 9:30pm Elliot Hall of Music Covers Chapters 17 thru 20.4 Adaptive learners contact Room 144, Pam Blakey, immediately, your exam will start at 6:30 in Room 111 and end at 9:30 Magnetic Forces & Bar Magnets To determin

  • 12 Pages week2
    Week2

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    PHYS 221 Recitation Kevin Ralphs Week 2 Overview HW Questions Gausss Law Conductors vs Insulators Work-Energy Theorem with Electric Forces Potential HW Questions Ask Away. Flux/Gausss Law History The 18th century was very productive for the development of

  • 10 Pages week1
    Week1

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    PHYS 221 Recitation Kevin Ralphs Week 1 Introduction TA: Kevin Ralphs Email: kralphs@purdue.edu Web Site: http:/web.ics.purdue.edu/~kralphs Office: PHYS 137 Office Hours: Email to request Help Center Hours: M 9:00-11:00, 2:00-3:30 Th 1:30-3:30 Preliminari

  • 10 Pages week3
    Week3

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    PHYS 221 Recitation Kevin Ralphs Week 3 Overview HW Questions Capacitance Capacitors Dielectrics HW Questions Ask Away. Capacitance Capacitance Capacitance The permittivity of free space has no physical meaning It merely changes physical quantities into t

  • 14 Pages week6
    Week6

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    PHYS 221 Recitation Kevin Ralphs Week 6 Overview HW Questions Electromotive Force (EMF) Motional EMF Farradays Law Lenzs Law Inductance HW Questions Ask Away Electromotive Force (EMF) Electromotive Force (EMF) Why do I care? If a particle is free to move

  • 12 Pages week4
    Week4

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    PHYS 221 Recitation Kevin Ralphs Week 4 Overview HW Questions Current Resistance Resistivity Kirchhoff's Rules Capacitors, Current, Time HW Questions Ask Away. Current Resistance Resistivity Kirchoffs Rules Kirchhoffs Rules General Procedure: Choose loops

  • 8 Pages week10
    Week10

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  • 8 Pages week9
    Week9

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    PHYS 221 Recitation Kevin Ralphs Week 10 Overview Multiple Lenses/Mirrors General Method 1. 2. 3. Draw a picture showing the object of interest and the lenses/mirrors in the problem Use the rules for ray tracing along with the thin-lens/mirror equation fr

  • 7 Pages week8
    Week8

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    PHYS 221 Recitation Kevin Ralphs Week 9 Overview HW Questions Electromagnetic Waves Maluss Law HW Questions Ask Away Electromagnetic Waves Electromagnetic Waves Electromagnetic Waves Maluss Law

  • 19 Pages Lec7
    Lec7

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  • 17 Pages Lec2
    Lec2

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    Phys221Lecture2 Prof.VirgilBarnes Office:Room375,byappointment Tel.:4945199 Email:barnes@purdue.edu IamtakingoverfromProf.SuzanneLorenz,to easeherheavyteachingload. ButshewillgivenextWednesdayslecture(Iwill beataHighEnergyPhysicsConferenceinAspen) Getting

  • 19 Pages Lec1
    Lec1

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    PHYS 221 General Physics II Spring Semester 2014 Lecture 1 What we are covering this semester: Introductory physics, using mostly algebra (not calculus), which includes: Electrostatics Magnetism Circuits Optics Etc. Some of the information in the Syllabus

  • 12 Pages Lec8
    Lec8

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  • 26 Pages Lec4
    Lec4

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    Nicholas J. Giordano www.cengage.com/physics/giordano Chapter 18 Electric Potential Marilyn Akins, PhD Broome Community College Electric Potential Energy A point charge in an electric field experiences a force: F = q E Assume the charge moves a distance

  • 12 Pages Lec9
    Lec9

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  • 28 Pages Lec5
    Lec5

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    Equipotential Surfaces A useful way to visualize electric fields is through plots of equipotential surfaces 2-D surfaces where the electric potential is constant In B, several surfaces are shown at constant potentials Section 18.3 Equipotential Surface

  • 24 Pages Lec6
    Lec6

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    Electric Circuits In a conductor, charges can move or flow. Conducting wires lead to the idea of electric circuits A circuit occurs when charge can flow in a closed path In addition to wires, there can be circuit components: Resistors Capacitors Bat

  • 1 Page e6
    E6

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    ConceptualQuestions: 1. Sincethestartingpointandendingpointareveryfarawayfromthecoil,the initialandfinalmagneticfluxinthecoilmustbeequaltozerobecausethe magnetistoofarawayfromthecoilatthebeginningandattheend.Sincethe initialandfinalmagneticfluxesarebothze

  • 4 Pages Phys221_Syllabus_Fall2008
    Phys221_Syllabus_Fall2008

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    Course: General Physics

    PHYS221 DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS Lecturer in Charge: Prof. Laura J. Pyrak-Nolte Office: Room 166, Physics Building Phone: 494-3005 Email: ljpn@physics.purdue.edu Office Hours: Tuesday 10:30 AM or by appointment Laboratory: Andrzej (Andrew) Lewicki Offic

  • 4 Pages lec27(2x2)
    Lec27(2x2)

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    Structure of the Nucleus Isotopes A=mass number 4 2 element He Z=atomic number Nucleus = neutrons + protons Z = atomic number = number of protons N =number of neutrons A =atomic mass number (nucleon number) A= Z + N 12/6/11 3 2 1 Mass of Nucleons 4 2 He 6

  • 5 Pages lec15(2x2)
    Lec15(2x2)

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    White Light: A Mixture of Colors (DEMO) White Light: A Mixture of Colors (DEMO) 1.!Add together magenta, cyan, and yellow. Play with intensities of each to get white light. 2.!Take look at shadows that result from putting an object in the light path. 10/1

  • 3 Pages PHYS221L_Lab_Syllabus_fall2011
    PHYS221L_Lab_Syllabus_fall2011

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    Lab Syllabus Purdue University - Physics 22100 Fall 2011 PHYSICS 22100 LAB SYLLABUS FALL 2011 Faculty: Prof. David Nolte Room 54, nolte@purdue.edu Textbook: College Physics Reasoning and Relationships, Volume Two, Nicholas Giordano, Brooks/Cole, Cengage L

  • 4 Pages Straight_Line_Fit
    Straight_Line_Fit

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    How To Make A Straight Line Fit Using Excel? Let's consider the following example: One has measured the force necessary to extend a spring from its rest (equilibrium position) for various extensions. The goal is to find the spring constant. The theory (Ho

  • 4 Pages lec16(2x2)
    Lec16(2x2)

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    Exam 2 Thursday Nov 3, 2011 from 8PM-10PM *Covers all readings, lectures, homework from Chapters 17 through 23 but with main focus on 20-24. *The exam will be multiple choice and is meant to be done within 75 minutes by a well-prepared student. We will gi

  • 6 Pages lec17(2x2)
    Lec17(2x2)

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    Radius of Curvature Plane Mirror A plane mirror is a spherical mirror with an infinite radius of curvature. O Height = I Height Spherical Mirrors DEMO Focal Points of Spherical Mirrors DEMO Concave Mirror: (e.g. make up mirror) Center of curvature is in f

  • 5 Pages lec19(2x2)
    Lec19(2x2)

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    Exam 2 Thursday Nov 3, 2011 from 8PM-10PM *Covers all readings, lectures, homework from Chapters 20 through 24 but with main focus on 20-24. *The exam will be multiple choice and is meant to be done within 75 minutes by a well-prepared student. We will gi

  • 6 Pages lec20(2x2)
    Lec20(2x2)

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    LECTURE 20: Interference, Diffraction, Resolution !"#$%&'"()#*+,-.*'&,&*+/0%&#/1%23&+4%5657%87"9.:.!&'1)&:-*;#+< Interference *Three ways in which the phase difference between two waves can change: 1.! By traveling though media of different indexes of ref

  • 3 Pages lec21(2x2)
    Lec21(2x2)

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