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School: Colorado
Course: GENERAL PHYSICS 2 GT-SC1
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School: Colorado
Course: GENERAL PHYSICS 2 GT-SC1
EM HW-g2 Gauss'laut d. A second point charge +q is placed to the right ofthe Gaussian surface as shown. i. Is the value of qgreater than, less than, ot equal to the value of @p in part c? Explain. / O, ie U ^*-^* -ll^*^ t*cfw_ \oooa-s*, c sinc4. -lla g-1.
School: Colorado
Course: GENERAL PHYSICS 2 GT-SC1
EI e ctri c p o t enti al iliff eren ce Name tarthr.a ) W e,eJ) iii. Has the direction of the electric field at the following points changed? Explain. 6$1dcfw_, ' PointB Ao i* ts *lv gfl* t'r. EpV.U/\t- ,3 ,v,. *r,* # iv. Sa.trlu. d^vt#iorr" point ,ft!,*
School: Colorado
Course: General Physics
CS14 - 1 Physics 2010 Solutions to CAPA Set #14 Fall 2011 1. In order for water to come out a pipe with outlet at height h, the pressure at ground level must be at least as great as the pressure coming from the weight of the water, P = gh, so t
School: Colorado
Course: GENERAL PHYSICS 2 GT-SC1
ELECTRIC FIELD AND FLUX A piece ofpaperis folded into three equat trarts shown. as Puspective view Sidevielrt a. l How many srea vectorr are=needed todee$ibe the surface of the paper? $keteh the area vmtors on the side view diagram and label them Ay A2, e
School: Colorado
Course: GENERAL PHYSICS 2 GT-SC1
GAUSS'LAW 1. The closed Gaussian surface shown Name 6rli6rru,\ ' Plt*!,*t EM HW-gl at right consists of a hemispherical surface and a flat plane. A point charge +q is outside the surface, and no charge is enclosed by the surface. 4,9 +q/ a. What is the fl
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RI-1 Phys2020 Exam 3 Review: Magnetism Currents cause magnetic fields (B-fields) FB = FB = q v B sin = q v B "right-hand-rule" When both E-field and B-field are present: Ftot = FE + FB qE B-field due to long straight wire: B = 0 I 2 r "modified right-
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RI-1 Phys2020 Exam 1 Review: Things to remember from Phys2010: algebra, units, trig skills (sin, cos, ) vector math, especially vector addition constant acceleration formulas: v = vo + a t , x = xo + vo t + (1/2) a t2, etc Fnet = ma problems, free-body di
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Review II - 1 Exam II Review Phys2020 Don't forget: Fnet = m a , KE = PE E-fields : E pt charge = Voltage: Vpt charge = Fon q = q E , kQ , r2 E tot = E1 + E 2 + . (E-fields add like vectors) kQ , r Vtot = V1 + V2 + . PE of q = q V , V = E x (voltages
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1 of 3 Phys2020 Final Exam Review Topics from PHYS2010 : algebra, trig, units, acceleration vs. velocity, vectors, Fnet = ma problems, free-body diagrams, conservation of energy Charges and E-fields Coulomb's Law: F = k Q1 Q 2 r2 E tot = E1 + E 2 + E3 +
School: Colorado
Course: Algebra-based Introductory Physics I
Exam2 Review - 1 Phys2010 Exam 2 Review: From Exam I: algebra, trigonometry 1D Motion: x v ,a= , graphs, slopes t t constant acceleration formulas: v = v o + a t , etc v= Vectors! vector addition, vector components Chapter 3: Motion in 2D v , t a= Proje
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JohnHebson 3509 PHYS4450 TermPaperProgressSummary Tobehonest,Ihavenotspentverymuchtimesofaronthistermpaper.Ihavehada prettyjampackedpastcoupleweekswithmidtermsandpapers.Ihavehoweverbeenreading somegeneralarticlesaboutplatetectonicsandthehistoryofthem.From
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Hebson 1 John Hebson 4-28-09 PHYS 4450 Term Paper Drifting Through History Our world is an amazing place. Over the past four and a half billion years or so, it has evolved from an almost molten blob of rock into the green and fertile place, flourishing wi
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Course: MODERN PHYSICS 3 FOR ENGINEERS
Announcements You just woke up inside a boat with no windows. The boat is on the surface of a perfectly still lake. How can you determine if the boat is moving at a constant speed or if it is standing still relative to the shore? Reading for Friday: TZD
School: Colorado
Course: MODERN PHYSICS 3 FOR ENGINEERS
Galilean velocity transformation u x . -3 -2 -1 0 1 2 . -3 -2 -1 v 3 . x 0 1 2 3 . If an object has velocity u in frame S (note: velocities have a direction!), and if frame S is moving with velocity v along the positive x-axes of frame S, then the positio
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Course: MODERN PHYSICS 3 FOR ENGINEERS
Announcements What we found so far: Reading for Wednesday: Review 1.9-1.12 and 1.13 Simultaneity of two events depends on the choice of the reference frame HW2 due Wednesday noon. L R v Joel -3 -2 -1 0 1 2 3. Tom G1B30 G1B20 Phys help room (G2B90) Joel
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Course: MODERN PHYSICS 3 FOR ENGINEERS
The famous Michelson-Morley Experiment tests if the speed of light in all inertial frames Announcements Reading for Wednesday: TZD 1.10 1.11 Homework #2 Will be posted this afternoon A is the same in all directions. Register your clicker! (myCUinfo) B
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Course: MODERN PHYSICS 3 FOR ENGINEERS
2130 MODERN PHYSICS 3 FOR ENGINEERS KYLE MCELROY Today Relativity Quantum mechanics So called Modern physics Day 1: Why are we here? Whats this class about ? What do we need to do ? How do we plan on doing it ? Introduction Why the class is as it is Struc
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Course: MODERN PHYSICS 3 FOR ENGINEERS
1 2 Announcements Joel Two firecrackers sitting on the ground explode. Joel is standing twice as far from firecracker 1 as from firecracker 2. He sees the explosions at the same time. Which firecracker exploded first in Joels reference frame? A. Both expl
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Course: GENERAL PHYSICS 1
2D Projectile Motion Concept Questions CT2D-1. A projectile is fired at an angle with initial velocity v0 from a table a height h above the floor. The projectile strikes the floor with a final speed v given by the formula . What is the correct formu
School: Colorado
Course: GENERAL PHYSICS 2 GT-SC1
Phys 11120, page 1 Final Exam solutions - Physics 1120 - Fall, 2007 1. A balloon of mass M has been positively charged ( its charge is +Q) and is held up to the ceiling. The ceiling polarizes, so the balloon sticks to it. The friction coefficient be
School: Colorado
Course: GENERAL PHYSICS 2
Examination 3, Version 0001 Physics 2020 - Fall 2007 Name (print last, first) _ Student ID# _ Do not open the exam until you are told to do so. This exam consists of 20 multiple-choice questions, worth 5 points each, 100 points total. Fill in the bub
School: Colorado
Course: GENERAL PHYSICS 1
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School: Colorado
Course: General Physics
CS14 - 1 Physics 2010 Solutions to CAPA Set #14 Fall 2011 1. In order for water to come out a pipe with outlet at height h, the pressure at ground level must be at least as great as the pressure coming from the weight of the water, P = gh, so t
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Homework #2 Physics 1112 References: Physics Ideas: Math Skills: Fall 2012 Chapter 2 (all); Chapter 3, intro., sections 3.1-3.3 Position & displacement in 1 & 2-D Average & instantaneous velocity & acceleration in 1 & 2-D Motion in 1-D with constant or no
School: Colorado
Course: General Physics
Homework 1 For every numerical question, give only 2 decimal points. The rounding up of your answer should be done only at the end. 1. (T or F) P (A B |B ) = P (A|B ). Answer: T 2. Suppose one card is drawn at random from a standard deck of cards. Find P
School: Colorado
Course: Foundations Of Modern Physics
Phys2170, Homework 1 Zhaochuan Shen (Dated: January 27, 2010) PROBLEM 1: 1.20 FROM TZD Basically, = 3.3 104 , t0 = t/ = t ( ) 1 2 t 1 2 /2 The approximation is valid, just because is much smaller than 1. Therefore, the loses amount is t 2 /2 = 86400 (3.3
School: Colorado
Course: Foundations Of Modern Physics
Phys2170, Homework 3 Zhaochuan Shen (Dated: February 2, 2010) PROBLEM 1: 2.8 FROM TZD When the electron is moving at v = 0.6c, then we have = 3/5 and = 5/4, E = mc2 = 1.25 9.11 1031 (3 108 )2 = 1.02 1013 J and Erest mc2 1 4 = = = E mc2 5 PROBLEM 2: 2.20 F
School: Colorado
Course: Foundations Of Modern Physics
Phys2170, Homework 1 Zhaochuan Shen (Dated: January 14, 2010) PROBLEM 1: 1.6 FROM TZD m is moving 2v0 towards M in M frame, before collision. Therefore, after collision, m is moving 2v0 away from M . Therefore, in lab frame, m is moving at 2v0 + v0 = 3v0
School: Colorado
Course: SOUND AND MUSIC
Physics 1240 Website: http:/physics.colorado.edu/phys1240 Homelab 2 Physics 1240 Spring 2011 Due: Thursday, March 17 in class In this homelab you will use Raven Lite to explore digital filtering. Step 1 Review the sound editing capabilities
School: Colorado
Course: General Physics 2 (Electricity, Magnetism & Optics)
Physics 2020, Fall 2010 Lab 7 page 1 of 4 Your name: Circle your lab day and time. Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri TA name: 8-10 10-12 12-2 2-4 4-6 Lab 7: Magnetism INTRODUCTION This week we will work with magnets and we will look at the interaction between magnetic
School: Colorado
Course: General Physics 2 (Electricity, Magnetism & Optics)
Physics 2020, Fall 2010 Lab 8 page 1 of 6 Your name: Circle your lab day and time. Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri TA name: 8-10 10-12 12-2 2-4 4-6 Lab 10: Lenses & Telescopes INTRODUCTION In this experiment, you will study converging lenses and the lens equation. Yo
School: Colorado
Course: General Physics 2 (Electricity, Magnetism & Optics)
Physics 2020, Fall 2010 Lab 8 page 1 of 5 Your name: Circle your lab day and time. Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri TA name: 8-10 10-12 12-2 2-4 4-6 Lab 8: Electromagnetic Induction and Motors In todays lab you will explore how changing magnetic fields induce a voltag
School: Colorado
Course: General Physics 2 (Electricity, Magnetism & Optics)
Physics 2020, Fall 2010 Lab 9 page 1 of 5 Your name: Circle your lab day and time. Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri TA name: 8-10 10-12 12-2 2-4 4-6 Lab 9: Mirrors PART I: The Method of Parallax A. Close one eye and lean down so that your eye is at table level. Have y
School: Colorado
Course: General Physics 2 (Electricity, Magnetism & Optics)
Physics 2020, Fall 2010 Lab 6 page 1 of 8 Your name: Circle your lab day and time. Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri TA name: 8-10 10-12 12-2 2-4 4-6 Lab 6: AC Signals INTRODUCTION In this experiment, you will use an oscilloscope to measure the time-varying (AC) voltag
School: Colorado
Course: SOUND AND MUSIC
PROFESSOR'S STUDY GUIDE: Musical Acoustics, by Donald E. Hall, 3rd edition, (Brooks/Cole, 2002). Phys 1240 (Prof. Holland, Sp08) CHAPTER 3: Here's what I would say if I was just being superficial/using the textbook: Sources of sound, instruments (per
School: Colorado
Course: SOUND AND MUSIC
PROFESSOR'S STUDY GUIDE: Musical Acoustics, by Donald E. Hall, 3rd edition, (Brooks/Cole, 2002). Phys 1240 (Prof. Holland, Sp08) CHAPTER 1: Here's what I would say if I was just being superficial/using the textbook: Physical nature of sound, speed of
School: Colorado
Course: SOUND AND MUSIC
PROFESSOR'S STUDY GUIDE: Musical Acoustics, by Donald E. Hall, 3rd edition, (Brooks/Cole, 2002). Phys 1240 (Prof. Holland, Sp08) Chapter 5: Here's what I would say if I was just being superficial/using the textbook: Sound intensity and decibels. Here
School: Colorado
Course: SOUND AND MUSIC
PROFESSOR'S STUDY GUIDE: Musical Acoustics, by Donald E. Hall, 3rd edition, (Brooks/Cole, 2002). Phys 1240 (Prof. Holland, Sp08) CHAPTER 4: Here's what I would say if I was just being superficial/using the textbook: Sound propagation: diffraction/ref
School: Colorado
Course: SOUND AND MUSIC
PROFESSOR'S STUDY GUIDE: Musical Acoustics, by Donald E. Hall, 3rd edition, (Brooks/Cole, 2002). Phys 1240 (Prof. Holland, Sp08) CHAPTER 2: Here's what I would say if I was just being superficial/using the textbook: Waves and vibrations, waveforms, s
School: Colorado
Course: General Physics 2 (Electricity, Magnetism & Optics)
Physics 2020: General Physics II, Fall 2010 Classes: MWF 11-11:50 AM (Lecture 100) in Duane G1B20 Lectures: Prof. Steven Pollock (Email: Steven.Pollock at Colorado.edu) Office: Duane F1013 (10th
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Course: GENERAL PHYSICS 1
Physics 1110: General Physics 1 Quick information Lectures: MWF 9-9:50A (Lec. 100) and 11-11:50A (Lec. 200) Duane G-1B30 Professors: Chuck Rogers Jim Shepard Office: Duane F-631 Duane F-217 (Gamow Tower) Phone: (303) 492-4476 (303) 492-6204 e-mail: Charle
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Course: General Physics
Wed, Oct 19 Fri, Oct 21 Research Proposal DUE to dropbox online Review Annotated Bibliography assignment - Write up a 1 page summary of YOUR research findings Reviewing purpose & audience of Unit paper - Read Knowing Wrtg 1150: First Year Writing and2Rhet
School: Colorado
Course: General Physics
Physics 2010 Algebra-Based Introductory Physics (Mechanics, Waves, and Heat) Fall Semester 2011 All information regarding the course is available on the web at: http:/www.colorado.edu/physics/phys2010 Time/Location: Lecture 100: 10:00-10:50 am MWF in Duan
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PHYS 1120, General Physics 2, Spring 2007 (Updated January 20, 2007) Lectures: Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays 10.0010.50am in Duane G1B30 Instructor: Magnus Gustafsson Office: Ekeley S175 and Duane F521 Email address: gustafm@spot.colorado.edu Off
School: Colorado
Course: GENERAL PHYSICS 2 GT-SC1
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School: Colorado
Course: GENERAL PHYSICS 2 GT-SC1
EM HW-g2 Gauss'laut d. A second point charge +q is placed to the right ofthe Gaussian surface as shown. i. Is the value of qgreater than, less than, ot equal to the value of @p in part c? Explain. / O, ie U ^*-^* -ll^*^ t*cfw_ \oooa-s*, c sinc4. -lla g-1.
School: Colorado
Course: GENERAL PHYSICS 2 GT-SC1
EI e ctri c p o t enti al iliff eren ce Name tarthr.a ) W e,eJ) iii. Has the direction of the electric field at the following points changed? Explain. 6$1dcfw_, ' PointB Ao i* ts *lv gfl* t'r. EpV.U/\t- ,3 ,v,. *r,* # iv. Sa.trlu. d^vt#iorr" point ,ft!,*
School: Colorado
Course: General Physics
CS14 - 1 Physics 2010 Solutions to CAPA Set #14 Fall 2011 1. In order for water to come out a pipe with outlet at height h, the pressure at ground level must be at least as great as the pressure coming from the weight of the water, P = gh, so t
School: Colorado
Course: GENERAL PHYSICS 2 GT-SC1
ELECTRIC FIELD AND FLUX A piece ofpaperis folded into three equat trarts shown. as Puspective view Sidevielrt a. l How many srea vectorr are=needed todee$ibe the surface of the paper? $keteh the area vmtors on the side view diagram and label them Ay A2, e
School: Colorado
Course: GENERAL PHYSICS 2 GT-SC1
GAUSS'LAW 1. The closed Gaussian surface shown Name 6rli6rru,\ ' Plt*!,*t EM HW-gl at right consists of a hemispherical surface and a flat plane. A point charge +q is outside the surface, and no charge is enclosed by the surface. 4,9 +q/ a. What is the fl
School: Colorado
Course: GENERAL PHYSICS 2 GT-SC1
Physics 1120: CAPA 5 SimpleCAPA.com 1 Three identical metal spheres, x, y, and z, are placed at the corners of an equilateral triangle, as shown below. Sphere z has a constant positive charge. Which vector could represent the force on z, when x is positiv
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Homework #2 Physics 1112 References: Physics Ideas: Math Skills: Fall 2012 Chapter 2 (all); Chapter 3, intro., sections 3.1-3.3 Position & displacement in 1 & 2-D Average & instantaneous velocity & acceleration in 1 & 2-D Motion in 1-D with constant or no
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School: Colorado
Course: GENERAL PHYSICS 1
2D Projectile Motion Concept Questions CT2D-1. A projectile is fired at an angle with initial velocity v0 from a table a height h above the floor. The projectile strikes the floor with a final speed v given by the formula . What is the correct formu
School: Colorado
Course: GENERAL PHYSICS 2 GT-SC1
CAPACITANCE 1. Two th "zo connectedto V" EM HW-97 large flat plates are separated by a distance d. The plates are a battery. a. The surface area of the face of each plate is 41. Write an expression for the capacitance in terms of A, and d. t *= cfw_L t 'i
School: Colorado
Course: SOUND AND MUSIC
Physics 1240 Website: http:/physics.colorado.edu/phys1240 Homelab 2 Physics 1240 Spring 2011 Due: Thursday, March 17 in class In this homelab you will use Raven Lite to explore digital filtering. Step 1 Review the sound editing capabilities
School: Colorado
Course: General Physics
Homework 1 For every numerical question, give only 2 decimal points. The rounding up of your answer should be done only at the end. 1. (T or F) P (A B |B ) = P (A|B ). Answer: T 2. Suppose one card is drawn at random from a standard deck of cards. Find P
School: Colorado
Course: GENERAL PHYSICS 2 GT-SC1
RC CIRCUITS 1. n0 -.-o -t Nu " &4'^l A'n(Lcil -e-.f- EM HW-109 The circuit at right contains a battery, a bulb, a switch, and a capacitor. The capacitor is initially uncharged. a. Describe the behavior of the bulb in the two situations below. i. AIr"1raar
School: Colorado
Course: GENERAL PHYSICS 2 GT-SC1
Phys 11120, page 1 Final Exam solutions - Physics 1120 - Fall, 2007 1. A balloon of mass M has been positively charged ( its charge is +Q) and is held up to the ceiling. The ceiling polarizes, so the balloon sticks to it. The friction coefficient be
School: Colorado
Course: GENERAL PHYSICS 2 GT-SC1
FARADAY'S LAW AND APPLICATIONS 1. A metal loop is attached to an axle with a handle as shown. The north pole of a magnet is placed below the loop and the handle turned so that the loop rotates counterclockwise at a constant angular speed ar. EM HW-l17 a.
School: Colorado
Course: GENERAL PHYSICS 2 GT-SC1
-. ly tcfw_w-104 A moilel for circuits part 2: potential dffirence identicalt"u"iuz. rrrebatteriesareideal. Il mir problem, box A and box B contain unknown nKnowncombrnationsoflightbg Bulb I combinations /i* a' In the circuit at right, the_voltage across
School: Colorado
Course: GENERAL PHYSICS 2 GT-SC1
LENZ'LAW 1. The diagram Nu*" bicfw_fir,g u l.fn ccfw_.u*'cfw_ al EM HW-115 at right shows a copper wire loop held in place near a solenoid. The switch in the circuit containing the solenoid is initially open. a. /'H"'dfffi;-T# \t ,nr, a to predict whether
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Course: GENERAL PHYSICS 2 GT-SC1
A moilel for circuits Part 7: Curmt anil rcsistance ideal battery' The circuit shown has four identical light bulbs and an a. Rank the brightness of the bulbs' Explain your reasoning' A>blt3"o ',t'- t 'J tvu*r^rraw-W A; Bea*W ?'!:*'4q$utl"'tt'n* t< &4kt8,
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Course: PHYS 1120
Phys 1120, CAPA #2 solutions. NOTE: Here, I will provide "generic" solution. Since the numbers and some details vary a little, your problems may look a wee bit different, but this solution should tell you enough to solve your problem) The answers to
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PHYS2020, Fall 2006 CAPA Set 5 1. [1pt] The two plates of a capacitor hold +2710C and -2710C of charge, respectively, when the potential difference is 500V . What is the capacitance? Given the charge and voltage, the capacitance can be calculated
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Course: GENERAL PHYSICS 2 GT-SC1
Partial Solution Derivations for Capa #2 10) The figure shows the E-field in the plane of two point charges. (Give ALL correct answers, i.e., B, AC, BCD.) QUESTION: A) The magnitude of E is the same at `a' and `b'. B) A charge placed at `a' would m
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Course: GENERAL PHYSICS 2 GT-SC1
t_ EM Magneti eintehactiotts' "' FIW-I14 long Shown at right is a cross-sectional view of two another' One stiaight wirJs that are parallel to one wirelanies a current i, out of the page; the other carries an equal current i, into the page' L i \* I R cfw
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Course: GENERAL PHYSICS 2
Examination 3, Version 0001 Physics 2020 - Fall 2007 Name (print last, first) _ Student ID# _ Do not open the exam until you are told to do so. This exam consists of 20 multiple-choice questions, worth 5 points each, 100 points total. Fill in the bub
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Course: GENERAL PHYSICS 2 GT-SC1
1. [1pt] An angstrom is an older unit of length, defined as 10-10m. A ly is a light-year, the distance light travels in 1 year. (Give ALL correct answers, i.e., B, AC, BCD.) A) 8.0ly = 7.6x 1027 angstrom B) 5.0m = 5.0x 1011 angstrom C) 3.0 angstrom = 30nm
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PHYS2020, Fall 2006 CAPA Set 9 1. [1pt] A vertical straight wire carrying an upward 11.3A current exerts an attractive force per unit length of 8.00 10-4 N/m on a second parallel wire 7.70cm away. What is the magnitude of the current that flows in
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P HYSIC AL CONSTANTS CONSTANT Speed of light Elementary charge Electron mass Proton mass Gravitational constant Permeability constant Permittivity constant Boltzmanns constant Universal gas constant StefanBoltzmann constant Plancks constant Avogadros numb
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Course: Foundations Of Modern Physics
Phys2170, Homework 1 Zhaochuan Shen (Dated: January 27, 2010) PROBLEM 1: 1.20 FROM TZD Basically, = 3.3 104 , t0 = t/ = t ( ) 1 2 t 1 2 /2 The approximation is valid, just because is much smaller than 1. Therefore, the loses amount is t 2 /2 = 86400 (3.3
School: Colorado
Course: Foundations Of Modern Physics
Phys2170, Homework 3 Zhaochuan Shen (Dated: February 2, 2010) PROBLEM 1: 2.8 FROM TZD When the electron is moving at v = 0.6c, then we have = 3/5 and = 5/4, E = mc2 = 1.25 9.11 1031 (3 108 )2 = 1.02 1013 J and Erest mc2 1 4 = = = E mc2 5 PROBLEM 2: 2.20 F
School: Colorado
Course: Foundations Of Modern Physics
Phys2170, Homework 1 Zhaochuan Shen (Dated: January 14, 2010) PROBLEM 1: 1.6 FROM TZD m is moving 2v0 towards M in M frame, before collision. Therefore, after collision, m is moving 2v0 away from M . Therefore, in lab frame, m is moving at 2v0 + v0 = 3v0
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Course: Foundations Of Modern Physics
Phys2170, Homework 6 Zhaochuan Shen (Dated: February 25, 2010) PROBLEM 1: 5.6 FROM TZD a The rst one, n = 1 and n = 2 We have 1 =R ( 1 1 1 4 ) = 3 R 4 and hence = 4 4 = = 121 nm 3R 3 0.0110 Under the same method, for n = 3, 4, 5, 6 we have = 102, 97.0, 94
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Course: Foundations Of Modern Physics
Phys2170, Homework 4 Zhaochuan Shen (Dated: February 3, 2010) PROBLEM 1: 3.5 FROM TZD Basically, 1 g of hydrogen has 1 mol. Therefore, the hydrogen should be 1 1 mol, which is 14 = 4.67 g of nitrogen. 3 3 PROBLEM 2: 3.8 FROM TZD Atoms Electrons Protons Ne
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Course: Foundations Of Modern Physics
Phys2170, Homework 5 Zhaochuan Shen (Dated: February 16, 2010) PROBLEM 1: 4.8 FROM TZD a Basically, 1 cm is 3 1010 cm/s = 3 1010 Hz, and therefore, the energy is 1 cm 3 1010 Hz 4.135 1015 eV/Hz = 1.24 104 eV b If it is 3 K, then the energy is kB T = 3 8.6
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Course: Foundations Of Modern Physics
PHYS 2170: Foundations of Modern Physics Solutions to Homework Set 11 1. Problem 8.19 (25 Points) Question: A crucial step in solving the Schrdinger equation for the central-force o problem was the identity (8.33). 1 2 2 2 2 1 + 2 2 + 2 = + x2 y r2 r r
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Course: Foundations Of Modern Physics
Phys2170, Homework 7 Zhaochuan Shen (Dated: March 7, 2010) PROBLEM 1: 6.2 FROM TZD Basically we have = h 6.63 10 = = 4.68 1034 m mv 60 103 30 The size of atom is 1010 m. Not detectable. PROBLEM 2: 6.10 FROM TZD The total energy of the electron is E = K +
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Course: Foundations Of Modern Physics
PHYS 2170: Foundations of Modern Physics Solutions to Homework Set 9 1. Problem 7.35 (20 Points) Question: Consider a particle in the ground state of a rigid box of length a. (a) Evaluate the integral (7.122) to give the probability of nding the particle
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Course: Foundations Of Modern Physics
PHYS 2170: Foundations of Modern Physics Solutions to Homework Set 8 1. Problem 7.16 (10 Points) Question: Use the result (7.121) to prove that cos = ei + ei ei ei and sin = 2 2i Solution: From Eq. (7.121) we know that ei = cos + i sin (1) Changing to [r
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Course: General Physics 2 (Electricity, Magnetism, And Optics)
24-1 (SJP, Phys 1120) Electric flux, and Gauss' law Finding the Electric field due to a bunch of charges is KEY! Once you know E, you know the force on any charge you put down - you can predict (or control) motion of electric charges! We're talking manipu
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Course: General Physics 2 (Electricity, Magnetism, And Optics)
31-1 (SJP, Phys 1120) Faraday's Law: Gauss' law tells us that "charges create E fields". And we know that a steady E field pushes charges around, makes currents flow. We've used the word "EMF" for this occasionally, an EMF is any voltage difference capabl
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Course: General Physics (Electricity, Magnetism And Optics)
33-1 (SJP, Phys 1120) Faraday's Law: Gauss' law tells us that "charges create E fields". And we know that a steady E field pushes charges around, makes currents flow. We've used the word "EMF" for this occasionally, an EMF is any voltage difference capabl
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Course: Electromagnetism
Phys 3310 Notes, Spring 2013. Ch 1&2 Steven.Pollock@c
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Course: GENERAL PHYSICS 1
Phys 1110, 4-1 Motion in 3-D A freely falling objects in 1-D feels only gravity, and accel=g, down. In 2-D, a freely falling object is called a projectile: with ax = 0 r i j or in vector notation, a = 0 - g a y = -g y Note: v1 v1 v2 Dv v2 Gravity pulls s
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Phys 1110, 2-1 CH. 2: Kinematics: Describing motion. Our first goal is understanding the motion of objects. The first step is simple: merely DESCRIBING the motion of something. In Ch. 2, we'll keep life as easy as possible: 1) Well only talk about "partic
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Phys 1110, 5-1 Dynamics: Newtons Laws Dynamics refers to the connection between forces and motion. (It answers the why of kinematics what.) The key concept is force, which is nothing more than any kind of physical push or pull. Force is a vector, it has s
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Phys 1110, 8-1 Conservation of energy. Kinetic friction is a somewhat unusual force. Its always fighting you. It does negative work, no matter which way you go. If you do work on an object that feels friction, that work is (practically) lost. You cant eas
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Phys 1110, 3-1 CH. 3: Vectors In the real world, objects dont just move back and forth in 1-D! In principle, the world is really 3-dimensional (3-D), but in practice, lots of realistic motion is 2-D (like the examples shown here) Projectile Boat tacking o
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Phys 1110, 6-1 Newton's Laws: Problems and Examples There is nothing fundamentally new in the first part of this chapter. But, Newton's laws (especially F=ma) are much richer than you may imagine. Almost all of classical physics is explained and understan
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Phys 1110, 1-1 1110 Sp 04 (SJP) On board: Steve Pollock. x2-2495 F419 Office hrs: After class, (9 and 11), Help Room M1, W2, Office F2-2:30 (+ any time, by appt!) Steven.Pollock@Colorado.edu Reading for Wed (!) Look at www.colorado.edu/physics/phys1110 Ba
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Phys 1110, 9-1 Gravity Gravity is remarkable. An apple falls out of a tree- what made it accelerate? Nothing touches it. Saying the motion is due to "gravity" doesn't explain it. Einstein, in his general theory of relativity (1917) went very far in explai
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Phys 1110, 10-1 Applying conservation of momentum: collisions. A collision refers to two objects hitting one another, interacting with (probably very large) forces for some (probably very short) amount of time, and then continuing along (probably in radic
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Phys 1110, 7-1 CH 7: Work and Energy: These are two new, closely related, concepts. Newton didnt think about these quantities, but they are very useful! Energy is conserved: it changes form, but the total amount (in any isolated system) never changes. Thi
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Phys 1110, 9-1 Systems of particles, and momentum: So far, we've made a lot of use of Newton's II law, Fnet = m a. This holds for pointlike particles - clearly something a little idealized. But the law is very general and very powerful - it holds even for
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C-1 Capacitors A capacitor is simply two pieces of metal near each other, separated by insulator or air. A capacitor is used to store charge and energy. A parallel-plate capacitor consists of two parallel plates separated by a distance d, each plate with
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RI-1 Phys2020 Exam 3 Review: Magnetism Currents cause magnetic fields (B-fields) FB = FB = q v B sin = q v B "right-hand-rule" When both E-field and B-field are present: Ftot = FE + FB qE B-field due to long straight wire: B = 0 I 2 r "modified right-
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Crkt-1 More Circuits In an electrical circuit, circuit elements such as resistors and batteries can be connected together in series or in parallel. Resistors in series are connected like links in a chain; resistors in parallel are side-by-side, like so: R
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I-1 Electric Currents and Simple Circuits Electrons can flow along inside a metal wire if there is an E-field present to push them along r r (recall F = q E ). The flow of electrons in a wire is similar to the flow of water in a pipe. Q = rate of flow of
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RI-1 Phys2020 Exam 1 Review: Things to remember from Phys2010: algebra, units, trig skills (sin, cos, ) vector math, especially vector addition constant acceleration formulas: v = vo + a t , x = xo + vo t + (1/2) a t2, etc Fnet = ma problems, free-body di
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Review II - 1 Exam II Review Phys2020 Don't forget: Fnet = m a , KE = PE E-fields : E pt charge = Voltage: Vpt charge = Fon q = q E , kQ , r2 E tot = E1 + E 2 + . (E-fields add like vectors) kQ , r Vtot = V1 + V2 + . PE of q = q V , V = E x (voltages
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RI-1 Phys2020 Exam 3 Review: Magnetism Currents cause magnetic fields (B-fields) FB = FB = q v B sin = q v B "right-hand-rule" When both E-field and B-field are present: Ftot = FE + FB qE B-field due to long straight wire: B = 0 I 2 r "modified right-
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RI-1 Phys2020 Exam 1 Review: Things to remember from Phys2010: algebra, units, trig skills (sin, cos, ) vector math, especially vector addition constant acceleration formulas: v = vo + a t , x = xo + vo t + (1/2) a t2, etc Fnet = ma problems, free-body di
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Review II - 1 Exam II Review Phys2020 Don't forget: Fnet = m a , KE = PE E-fields : E pt charge = Voltage: Vpt charge = Fon q = q E , kQ , r2 E tot = E1 + E 2 + . (E-fields add like vectors) kQ , r Vtot = V1 + V2 + . PE of q = q V , V = E x (voltages
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1 of 3 Phys2020 Final Exam Review Topics from PHYS2010 : algebra, trig, units, acceleration vs. velocity, vectors, Fnet = ma problems, free-body diagrams, conservation of energy Charges and E-fields Coulomb's Law: F = k Q1 Q 2 r2 E tot = E1 + E 2 + E3 +
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Exam2 Review - 1 Phys2010 Exam 2 Review: From Exam I: algebra, trigonometry 1D Motion: x v ,a= , graphs, slopes t t constant acceleration formulas: v = v o + a t , etc v= Vectors! vector addition, vector components Chapter 3: Motion in 2D v , t a= Proje
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RIII-1 Phys2010 Exam 3 Review: Chapter 6: Work and Energy work done by force F: WF = F d , work can be (+), (), or zero work-energy principle: Wnet = KE If no thermal energy generated, Emech = KE + PE = constant If thermal energy generated, KE + PE + Ethe
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Physics 2010 Topic Review List: General Skills: Algebra, trigonometry, unit conversion Ch.2: x, v, a vs t graphs, constant acceleration formulas Ch.3: Vector math; 2D projectile motion Ch.4: Newton's Laws, free-body diagrams, Fnet = ma problems Ch.5: Circ
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RI-1 Phys2010 Exam 1 Review: Math skills: unit conversion, algebra, trigonometry (sin, cos, tan, Pythagorean Theorem) Chapter 2: Motion in 1D graphing: x vs. t, v vs. t, a vs. t v= x t = slope of a graph of x vs. t a = v t = average vs. instantaneous valu
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Course: General Physics 2 (Electricity, Magnetism & Optics)
Physics 2020, Fall 2010 Exam 3 - Review page 1 of 6 REVIEW: POTENTIAL EXAM QUESTIONS The following questions are not part of your lab grade, you wont be graded on the answers. Questions like these but not identical may appear on the exam. You are welcome
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Physics 2020, Fall 2010 Exam 2 - Review page 1 of 5 REVIEW: POTENTIAL EXAM QUESTIONS The following questions are not part of your lab grade, you wont be graded on the answers. Questions like these but not identical may appear on the exam. You are welcome
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The refracting astronomical Telescope Page 1 of 1 The refracting astronomical Telescope Small angle approximation: file:/E:\phys1120_sp05\LectureNotes\telescope.html 11/28/2005
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SJP QM 3220 H-Atom 1 AngularMomentum(warmupforHatom) Classically,angularmomentumdefinedas(fora1particlesystem) y m x O Note: definedw.r.t.anoriginofcoords. (InQM,theoperatorcorrespondingtoLxis accordingtoprescriptionofPostulate2,part3.) Classically,torque
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Physics 1110 Fall 2004 Lecture 9 13 September 2004 Announcements Reading Assignment for Wed, Sept 15: Knight (4.7), 5.1 Analyzing Forces As we start to analyze the dynamics of motion, we will almost always start by analyzing the forces acting on an object
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Physics 1110 Fall 2004 Lecture 6 3 September 2004 Announcements Reading Assignment for Wed, Sept 8: Knight 3.1-3.3 Kinematical Formulae for Constant Acceleration Last time we discussed the graphical representation of motion with constant acceleration. The
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Physics 1110 Fall 2004 Lecture 40 Announcements 29 November 2004 Reading Assignment for Wed, Dec. 1: Knight 14.6-14.8 Vector Cross Product Just as in the case of calculating work, where we introduced a new vector product that was useful when we needed th
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Course: Algebra-based Introductory Physics II
Electrical Circuits: Many real world electronic devices are just collections of wires, resistors, capacitors, and batteries, forming circuits that do something (flashlights, toasters, blowdryers, radios, amplifiers,.) It's important to understand (and pre
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Course: Algebra-based Introductory Physics II
Weve been cheating a bit up until now, because the 120 V in your wall socket isnt quite like a battery: V really oscillates in time: AC Voltage and Current: Batteries produce a steady, fixed voltage, called DC, or direct current. (We should probably call
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Course: Optics
Optics Assignment Week 04 Due Tuesday Sept. 25th READING: Hecht Chap. 6 to the end of section 6.2 CLASS PREP: 1. Know the names of the cardinal points of a thick lens and be able to explain what they mean. 2. Know how a ray matrix is derived for a system
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Optics Assignment Week 03 Due Tuesday Sept. 18th READING: Hecht 5.7 to the end of Chapter 5. CLASS PREP: 1. Know the jargon associated with human vision correction, and know how to correct vision. 2. Know the jargon associated with magnifiers as simple ai
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Optics Assignment Week 01 Due Tuesday Sept. 4th READING: Do a quick review of Chapter 4 if you do not feel comfortable with Snells law. We will be covering Chapter 4 in detail after Chap 5 & 6 on Geometrical Optics. Hecht Chapter 5, to the end of section
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Optics Assignment Week 05 Due Tuesday Oct 2nd READING: Hecht to the end of Chap 6. CLASS PREP: 1. Know the key aspects of the matrix approach to lens systems with mirrors. 2. Know the name and origin (cause), of all of the aberrations. 3. Know and be able
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Optics Assignment Week 06 Due Tuesday Oct 9th READING: Hecht Chapter 3 to the end of 3.4 (should be largely review of PHYS3320 material). CLASS PREP: 1. Know Maxwells equations in differential form. 2. Be able to derive the wave equation. 3. Know both the
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Optics Assignment Week 02 Due Tuesday Sept. 11th READING: Hecht 5.4 to the end of 5.5. CLASS PREP: 1. Know how to produce a ray diagram for a two-lens system (and in fact any number of lenses). 2. Know the equation for finding an image from an object in a
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Optics Assignment Week 08 Due Tuesday Oct 25th READING: Hecht Chap 4: Read sections 4.1 through 4.4 as review - weve already covered much of the material, and that which we have not would have (should have) been covered in E&M. Our new material starts in
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Optics Assignment Week 10 Due Tuesday Nov 6th READING: Hecht Chap. 8 to the end of section 8.8. Class Prep: 1. Understand the description of polarization; in particular that polarization can be represented in terms of linear, circular, or elliptical polar
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Name_ No books, cheat sheets, notes, etc., are allowed. You may use a simple calculator and a straight edge. Pencil is recommended. Provide your name on all pages. Where possible, draw your ray diagrams to scale and indicate the scale. If an object or ima
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Name_ No books, cheat sheets, notes, etc., are allowed. You may use a simple calculator and a straight edge. Pencil is recommended. Provide your name on all pages. Where possible, draw your ray diagrams to scale and indicate the scale. If an object or ima
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Optics Assignment Week 12 Due Tuesday Nov 27th READING: Hecht Chap. 9 to the end of section 9.4.1 Class Prep: 1. Be familiar with the derivation and interpretation of the basic interference equation, 9.14. 2. Understand the meaning of both spatial and tem
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Optics Assignment Week 13 Due Tuesday December 4th READING: Hecht Chap. 9 to the end. Class Prep: 1. Understand the principles of the Michelson, Mach-Zender and Sagnac interferometers 2. Understand the Fabry-Perot resonant interferometer, and how one calc
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Optics Assignment Week 11 Due Tuesday Nov 13th READING: Hecht Chap. 8 to the end. Class Prep: 1. Be able to write down a list of ways of manipulating the polarization of light using optical activity and birefringence. 2. Be able to describe the principles
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Optics Assignment Week 09 Due Tuesday Oct 30th READING: Hecht Chap. 4 to the end. Hecht Chap. 7 (The majority of Chap 7 should be review) Class Prep: 1. Understand phase and group velocity. 2. Know Fourier series and transforms. Be able to take the series
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Course: Atomic And Molecular Spectra
Tuesday, February 04, 2014 3:08 PM New Section 5 Page 1 Tuesday, February 04, 2014 3:18 PM New Section 5 Page 2 New Section 5 Page 4 Tuesday, February 04, 2014 3:29 PM New Section 5 Page 6 Tuesday, February 04, 2014 9:53 PM New Section 5 Page 7 Tuesday, F
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Thursday, February 20, 2014 3:27 PM New Section 8 Page 19 Thursday, February 20, 2014 8:26 PM New Section 8 Page 20 Thursday, February 20, 2014 8:41 PM New Section 8 Page 21 New Section 8 Page 22 Tuesday, February 25, 2014 9:21 PM New Section 8 Page 23 Ne
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JohnHebson 3509 PHYS4450 TermPaperProgressSummary Tobehonest,Ihavenotspentverymuchtimesofaronthistermpaper.Ihavehada prettyjampackedpastcoupleweekswithmidtermsandpapers.Ihavehoweverbeenreading somegeneralarticlesaboutplatetectonicsandthehistoryofthem.From
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Hebson 1 John Hebson 4-28-09 PHYS 4450 Term Paper Drifting Through History Our world is an amazing place. Over the past four and a half billion years or so, it has evolved from an almost molten blob of rock into the green and fertile place, flourishing wi
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Course: MODERN PHYSICS 3 FOR ENGINEERS
Announcements You just woke up inside a boat with no windows. The boat is on the surface of a perfectly still lake. How can you determine if the boat is moving at a constant speed or if it is standing still relative to the shore? Reading for Friday: TZD
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Galilean velocity transformation u x . -3 -2 -1 0 1 2 . -3 -2 -1 v 3 . x 0 1 2 3 . If an object has velocity u in frame S (note: velocities have a direction!), and if frame S is moving with velocity v along the positive x-axes of frame S, then the positio
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Announcements What we found so far: Reading for Wednesday: Review 1.9-1.12 and 1.13 Simultaneity of two events depends on the choice of the reference frame HW2 due Wednesday noon. L R v Joel -3 -2 -1 0 1 2 3. Tom G1B30 G1B20 Phys help room (G2B90) Joel
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The famous Michelson-Morley Experiment tests if the speed of light in all inertial frames Announcements Reading for Wednesday: TZD 1.10 1.11 Homework #2 Will be posted this afternoon A is the same in all directions. Register your clicker! (myCUinfo) B
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2130 MODERN PHYSICS 3 FOR ENGINEERS KYLE MCELROY Today Relativity Quantum mechanics So called Modern physics Day 1: Why are we here? Whats this class about ? What do we need to do ? How do we plan on doing it ? Introduction Why the class is as it is Struc
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1 2 Announcements Joel Two firecrackers sitting on the ground explode. Joel is standing twice as far from firecracker 1 as from firecracker 2. He sees the explosions at the same time. Which firecracker exploded first in Joels reference frame? A. Both expl
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Todays class Announcements Reading for Friday: 2.4 - 2.6 HW 4 Assigned today. Due next Wed. noon. Some of the topics on this will be on the exam! Chapter 2: First Midterm is on the 16th. Will cover relativity (Practice questions will be put on CULearn
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The exam last night was Part 2: Quantum* Mechanics a) Way too easy b) Too easy c) Just right d) Too hard e) Way too hard f) Where is the f) button. Courtesy of IBM *We say something is quantized if it can occur only in certain discrete amounts. Part 2 of
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Electromagnetic waves carry energy Emax Electromagnetic waves carry energy Emax=peak amplitude X #1 c Emax X X #2 E1max=E2max>E3max f1 = f3 < f2 X #3 Which barrel will heat up the fastest? a. 2>1>3 b. 1>2>3 c. 1=2>3 2 d. 1=3>2 e. 2>1=3 Intensity = power/a
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Today (and next class): Announcements Light is a wave! Or is it? (also some E&M refresher) Reading for Monday: 4.3 4.4 HW5 Assigned Wednesday. Participation scores up today Still updating CULearn. Midterm average 77 14 How do you generate light (elec
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Announcements Todays class Reading for Wednesday: finish chapter 1, (1.14). A little more on evidence for time dilation. Length contraction Lorentz transformation HW3 assigned today due Wednesday noon. CULearn website is up. Homework solutions will
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Today: Review of SR Exam1: Tomorrow, 7:30-9:00pm, DUANE G1B20 IN THIS ROOM! (unless I emailed you otherwise) You can bring 1 paper (Letter format) written on one side with whatever you think might help you during the exam. But you cannot bring the textboo
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Announcements Reading for Review chapters 1 and 2 A proton (mass 1.6e-27 kg) is travelling at 0.99 c. How much Kinetic energy does it have? HW 4 Due Wed. noon. Some of the topics on this will be on the exam! Dont be late. K = (-1)mc2 a) 6e-11 Joules Fi
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Course: General Physics II
23-1 (SJP, Phys 2020, Fa 01) Light and Optics: We just learned that light is a wave (an "electromagnetic wave", with very small wavelength). But in many cases, you can safely ignore the wave nature of light! Light was studied for a long time (obviously),
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Course: General Physics II
24-1 (SJP, Phys 2020, Fa 01) Light waves: diffraction and interference In Ch. 22 we learned light is a wave, and then in Ch. 23 we promptly ignored this fact! It took people a long time to notice it's a wave, because is so small. (Recall, violet light has
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19-1 (SJP, Phys 2020, Fa 01) Electrical Circuits: Many real world electronic devices are just collections of wires, resistors, capacitors, and batteries, forming circuits that do something (flashlights, toasters, blowdryers, radios, amplifiers,.) It's imp
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20-1 (SJP, Phys 2020, Fa 01) Magnetism: In 2010 & 2020 so far weve seen 2 fundamental forces of nature: gravity and electrical forces. Electrical force depends on the existence of charge charges make E fields, and then E fields in turn exert forces on oth
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21-1 (SJP, Phys 2020, Fa 01) Faraday's Law: A steady E field pushes charges around, makes currents flow. We've used the word "EMF" for this occasionally, an EMF is any voltage difference capable of generating electric currents. Think of EMF = V (=E x) (No
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18-1 (SJP, Phys 2020, Fa '01) Giancoli Ch 18: Electric Currents So far, weve considered electrostatics, charges which (pretty much) stay put. In the demos of sparking Van de Graafs, or discharging capacitors, weve seen the (important) effects of charges m
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17-1 (SJP, Phys 2020, Fa 01) Giancoli CH 17: Electric Potentials and Capacitors: We've been talking about electric forces, and the related quantity E = F/q, the E field, or "force per unit charge". In 2010, after talking about forces, we moved on to work
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Course: Electronics For The Physical Sciences
PHYSICS 3330 - Spring 2012 Electronics for the Physical Sciences Course Website (check regularly!): www.colorado.edu/physics/phys3330 Lecturer: Thomas Schibli Lab Instructors: Minhyea Lee (Tue. 2-4:50 pm) Thomas Schibli (Thu. 2-4:50 pm) INSTRUCTOR CONTACT
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Things you need to know about complex numbers for Phys3330 1.Perform algebraic operations on complex numbers and represent a given complex number graphically and express it in polar form. 2. Represent a sinusoidal function as the real and imaginary part o
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Announcements Proper time. An object is moving past you with a relative velocity u=0.8c (as measured by you). When your watch shows 1 second has elapsed how much time does a clock held by an observer in the objects rest frame show has elapsed? a) 0.6 s b)
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Todays class Announcements Length contraction Lorentz transformation Doppler shift Reading for Monday: 2.1 - 2.5 HW 3 is posted. Due next Wed. noon. The Lorentz transformation Lorentz transformation (Relativistic version of Galileo transformation) y
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MP-1 (SJP, Phys 2020, Fa 01) Modern Physics: ( Physics from the 20th century.) What we've been studying so far in 2010/2020 is called classical physics. Newtonian mechanics, wave phenomena, heat, electricity and magnetism, optics, wave optics. We have des
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22-1 (SJP, Phys 2020, Fa '01) Ch. 22: Electromagnetic waves. Weve seen some of the ideas/discoveries of Ampere, Faraday, and others. So far, E & B seem different but somehow related. In what is perhaps one of a small handful of truly triumphant intellectu
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Course: GENERAL PHYSICS 2 GT-SC1
1/15/14 Lecture 3-X2 test Keyword: Pedigree Analysis Degrees of Freedom X2 (Chi-squared) statistics Read pg. 32-36 (3rd Edition) Pg. 33-36 (4th Edition) p value (probability) Practice Problems (start on pg.36): C13, C14, C23, C33, E8, E10, E13, E14 Announ
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8/26/11 Room Frequency BA Clicker Ques,on Announcements We found before that there are about 0.305 m/,. CAPA Homework #1 due tonight (Friday) at 10 pm 1 m3 is how many cubic feet (#3) ? CAPA Homework #2 pr
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Course: General Physics
8/24/2011 What do these things have in common? Catastrophes due to Unit Conversion Errors (1999) NASA lost $125 million Mars Climate Orbiter due to Lockheed Martin giving thruster data in English units and NASA expecting metric units. (1983) Air Canada Fl
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Course: General Physics
8/22/2011 PHYSICS 2010 Algebra-Based Introductory Physics http:/www.youtube.com/watch?v=3wAjpMP5eyo Classroom: Duane G1B30 10:00-10:50 am (lect 100) Monday/Wednesday/Friday Prof. Jamie Nagle Prof. Ed Kinney Prof. Dmitri Uzdensky Main Lecturer Quarter 1, 3
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10/24/11 ANNOUNCEMENTS RotaHonal MoHon MoHon of a rigid body about a xed axis of rotaHon. Read Chapter 8. Conservation of mechanical energy CAPA assignment #10 is due Friday at 10 PM. Recita>on Review 1: required.
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12/7/11 Clicker Ques,on Room Frequency BA When people breathe helium and then speak, their voices sound much higher in pitch! Given that a persons throat and vocal chords, which produce the sounds, do not change,
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12/9/11 Room Frequency BA Clicker Ques,on Announcements On which side of the Coors Event Center arena will the PHYS2010 nal exam take place? CAPA assignment #15 is due on tonight at 10 pm. A) B) C) D) E) By Monda
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12/5/11 Room Frequency BA Clicker Ques,on The picture shows a representa4on of the pressure in a standing sound wave in an organ pipe of total length L. What is the wavelength in terms of L? A) = 3.75 L
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12/2/11 Room Frequency BA Clicker Ques,on Announcements A string is clamped at both ends and then plucked so that it vibrates in a standing mode between two extreme posi;ons A and C. Let upward mo;on correspond
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11/30/11 Room Frequency BA Clicker Ques,on A kid is swinging on a swing with a period T. A second kid climbs on next to the rst, doubling the weight on the swing. The period of the swing is now. A) the sam
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11/28/11 Room Frequency BA Clicker Ques,on What is the sign of cos(225o)? Sign of sin(225o)? Dont use a Announcements CAPA assignment #14 is due on Friday at 10 pm. calculator! This week in SecWon: Lab #6
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11/18/11 Room Frequency BA Clicker Ques,on A mass is oscilla-ng back and forth on a spring as shown. Posi-on 0 is the equilibrium posi-on and posi-on E is the extreme posi-on (its amplitude). x Announcements C
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11/18/11 Room Frequency BA Clicker Ques,on A solid piece of plas8c of volume V, and density plas8c is oa8ng par$ally submerged in a cup of water. (The density of water is water.) What is the buoyant force on the
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11/15/11 Room Frequency BA Clicker Ques,on A force of 200 lbs is applied as FIN. Assume that AIN is 1 cm2 and AOUT is 20 cm2. Whats POUT? A) 200 lb/cm2 B) 400 lb/cm2 Announcements CAPA assignment #13 is due on Friday at 10 pm.
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11/11/11 Room Frequency BA Clicker Ques,on Cube A has edge length L and mass M. Cube B has edge length 2L and mass 4M. Which has greater density? Announcements CAPA assignment #12 is due on Friday at 10 p
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11/9/11 Room Frequency BA Clicker Ques,on In the problem about nding the tension in a support wire for a beam and sign in sta9c equilibrium, where is the correct point to use as the axis of rota9on when calcula9n
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11/2/2011 Announcements CAPA #11 due this Friday at 10 pm Reading: Chapter 9.1-9.4 Section this week Lab #4: Rotations Midterm Exam #3 on Tuesday November 8th, 2011 details given on next slides! practice exam and solutions on CULearn formula sheet
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11/4/2011 Announcements Static Equilibrium CAPA #11 due this Friday at 10 pm Reading: Chapter 9 Section this week Lab #4, next week Lab #5 (no prelab) Midterm Exam #3 on Tuesday November 8th, 2011 details given on course web page exam info practice
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11/7/11 Announcements CAPA Assignment #12 due this Friday at 10 pm Sec=on: Lab #5, Springs and Things (note no prelab) Nagles oce hours 23 pm cancelled Exam #3 on Tuesday, November 8th at 7:30 pm Tomorr
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10/31/2011 Clicker Question Announcements I m r 2 ii Room Frequency BA i CAPA #11 due this Friday at 10 pm Reading: Finish Chapter 8, Start Chapter 9.1-9.4 Consider two masses each of size 2m at the ends of a light rod of length L with an axis of rotati
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10/29/2011 Rotational Dynamics rF Torque and Moment of Inertia angle of rotation (rads) Rotational Analog to Newtons Second Law (F = ma): v 2 2 f r angular velocity (rad/s) atan r angular acceleration (rad/s2) torque (N m) Moment of inertia I depends on
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10/26/2011 Clicker Question Room Frequency BA Remember: This Week angle of rotation (rads) v 2 2 f r atan r angular acceleration (rad/s2) Recall that centripetal acceleration is expressed in terms of tangential velocity as: ar = v2/r. How is it expressed
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10/21/2011 Section Next Week Reminder You must complete at least 5 of the 6 labs to receive a passing grade in this course. If you missed a lab, you can make it up during one of two Review/Lab make-up weeks: CAPA Set #9 due Friday at 10 pm CAPA Set #1
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10/19/2011 Announcements Section Next Week Reminder You must complete at least 5 of the 6 labs to receive a passing grade in this course. CAPA Set #9 due Friday at 10 pm If you missed a lab, you can make it up during one of two Review/Lab make-up weeks
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10/17/2011 Announcements Clicker Question CAPA Set #9 due Friday at 10 pm This week in Section: Lab #3 Momentum Room Frequency BA Two paths lead to the top of a big hill. Path #1 is steep and direct and Path #2 is twice as long but less steep. Both are
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10/5/2011 Announcements Lab Make-Up Procedure CAPA Set #7 due Friday at 10 pm You must complete at least 5 of the 6 labs to receive a passing grade in this course. This week in Section Assignment 4: Circular Motion & Gravity If you missed a lab, you
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Course: GENERAL PHYSICS 1
2D Projectile Motion Concept Questions CT2D-1. A projectile is fired at an angle with initial velocity v0 from a table a height h above the floor. The projectile strikes the floor with a final speed v given by the formula . What is the correct formu
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Phys 11120, page 1 Final Exam solutions - Physics 1120 - Fall, 2007 1. A balloon of mass M has been positively charged ( its charge is +Q) and is held up to the ceiling. The ceiling polarizes, so the balloon sticks to it. The friction coefficient be
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Examination 3, Version 0001 Physics 2020 - Fall 2007 Name (print last, first) _ Student ID# _ Do not open the exam until you are told to do so. This exam consists of 20 multiple-choice questions, worth 5 points each, 100 points total. Fill in the bub
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Physics 4410 Sample Midterm 1) (10 points) Consider a hydrogen atom in its ground hyperfine state with total spin f state lies an energy above the f 1 . This 0 hyperfine state. Now apply a weak magnetic field B , which adds the Hamiltonian H' 2 B S B To
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ENVS3070/PHYS3070 A Exam 2 18 March 2014 Name(printed clearly)_O.K. answers_ signature_ 1. Multiple choice (5 points for each right answer, -3 points for every wrong answer. Do not guess!) A. If a very streamlined 3000 pound car doubles its speed from 15
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ENVS3070/PHYS3070 Exam 1 February 17, 2014 version B(blue) Name(printed clearly)_I. M. Korrekt_ Signature_ Multiple choice (5 points each) Pick the exact or closest answer. 1a) If your building needs 2000 Btu per hour to stay warm at 70 deg F, how much el
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Example: 4-momentum, c=1 convention, and neutrino beams ! The 4-momentum of a particle of rest mass m velocity ! is given by " $ E "' " " ! p = m ! " ( c, # ) = & , p ) with E = " mc 2 and p = " m# %c ( (1.1) where ! = 1 / 1 " # 2 and ! = " / c . With the
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Example Purcell 3-9 Solution (Part A): Consider the 4 charges in the sketch above. Note that the figure is symmetrical under the combined operations a) x ! " x and b) +Q ! "Q . Because of this charge-mirror-symmetry about the x-axis, its clear that the x-
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Example Purcell 2-26 Solution: If the square has a side S, then the inscribed circle would have to have a smaller potential at the center, and the superscribed circle would have to have a larger potential. I would think a very good estimate would be that
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Example 8-12 Solution: First note that the two parallel paths, A and B, have exactly the same impedance since they contain the same elements in series. The current in each path is the same, and is equal to the applied voltage divided by this impedance: IA
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Example Purcell 1.12 Solution: Let a be the length of one side of the triangle. Choose the origin of coordinates to be the center of the base and choose the y-axis to be the perpendicular bisector of the base. base. With this geometry, the positions of th
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Example 3: Surface and volume integrals. a) Find the surface area of a rectangle of sides A and B: The differential area is dx ! dy , and the limits of integration are uncorrelated, so the total area is A B 0 0 A = " d! = " dx dy = " dx " dy = AB V b) V (
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Ph142 (Winter 2010) Jan 7, 2010 Example 2: Gausss Law Find the electric field due to a uniformly charged sphere of radius R and constant charge density !0 for a Solution: Use Gausss Law. First note that the electric field must have spherical symmetry (sam
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Ph142 (Winter 2010) Jan 7, 2010 Example 1(a) : Suppose a regular hexagon is inscribed in a circle of radius R. If a charge Q is placed at each vertex of the hexagon, find the magnitude and direction of the electric field at the center of the circle. Solut
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0001-1 Physics 1120 Sept 14, 2004 First midterm Version 0001 Please! Read and follow carefully all the instructions first. Thanks! After the exam, you should carefully tear off the LAST PAGE (with your long answer question): You only need to turn in the b
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Old final. 1. Two small objects each with a net charge of +Q initially exert a force of magnitude F on each other. Then we replace one of those objects with a different one whose net charge is -3Q, AND we move them apart, so that the distance between them
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Course: GENERAL PHYSICS 2 GT-SC1
Calculus II MTH-122 Essex County College Division of Mathematics Fall 2008 Quiz #10 Name: Signature: Show all work clearly and in order, and box your nal answers. Justify your answers whenever possible. You have 20 minutes to take this 10 point quiz. The
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Here are a few sample practice questions. Some of our exam questions will be easier, some harder! Any topic covered in class or the tutorial can appear on the exams even if there is not a specific question on that topic below. This was also not tested for
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CHEM 200 Final Exam A KEY May 14, 2011 1. An empty ask weighs 100.0 g. The same ask lled with 100.0 ml of hydrocyanic acid weighs 168.8 g. What is the density in g/ml of hydrocyanic acid? (AB) (AC) (AD) (AE) (BC) 0.00592 0.145 0.688 1.00 1.45 (BD) (BE) (C
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Formula Sheet (Exam #2) two pages Unit Conversions 1 inch = 2.54 cm 1mile = 1.609 km 1 light-year = 9.461 x 1015 meters 1 kg = 0.0685 slug Average velocity: v x t Average acceleration: a Equations for case with constant acceleration v v0 at x x0 v0 t 12
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Formula Sheet (Exam #1) Unit Conversions 1 inch = 2.54 cm 1mile = 1.609 km 1 light-year = 9.461 x 1015 meters 1 kg = 0.0685 slug Average velocity: v x t Average acceleration: a Equations for case with constant acceleration v v0 at x x0 v0t 12 at 2 v 2 v0
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page 1 of 18 Solutions to practice Final Exam, Physics 2020 - Spring, 2012 NAME_ Signature_ Student ID #_ Circle your TAs Name: Please write the DAY/START TIME of your recitation/lab section in the box. Enter Mon/10am, Tues/Noon, etc. This exam consists o
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1 of 9 The first six questions are unrelated to the subsequent Passages. Problems #1 and #2 relate to the diagram at right. 1. A box of mass m sits without moving on a horizontal table. Which of the following free-body diagrams most accurately represents
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1 of 8 The following five questions are unrelated to later Passages. 1. At time t a car is moving in the +x-direction with a constant acceleration of -5 m/s2. What can you say about the direction of the cars velocity at time t? (A) the velocity is positiv
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JohnHebson 21709 PHYS4450 TakeHomeMidterm 1)a)IfanInductivistwastolookatthisepisodeofthediscoveryofnonparity,theywouldmost likelybelieveintheseexperimentalresults.TheywouldholdthispositionbecauseInductivisim reliesonprobabilityandgeneralizationsbasedonobs
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John Hebson 2-17-09 PHYS 4450 Take Home Midterm 1)a) If an Inductivist was to look at this episode of the discovery of non-parity, they would most likely believe in these experimental results. They would hold this position because Inductivisim relies on p
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Exam #2 Which image has a better depth of field o F/16 See the flowers and person F/2- stuff behind her is out of focus How much bigger in area is the F/2 compared with F/16 o 64 o Large F numbers means smaller opening, but bigger depth of field Photograp
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Scientic Notation milli, written m, means 10-3. So 1/1000 of a meter is a millimeter, or 1mm micro, written , means 10-6. So the wavelength of light is 0.5 micrometers = 0.5m mega, written M, means 106. So a 100 MHz FM station is generating waves at 108 H
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2-26-08: Photography Pinhole camera o Simplest camera o Smaller pinhole is better for less blurs However, cutting out light 35 mm rangefinder o Compact camera that uses a rangefinder to tell you when the image is in focus 25 mm SLR o Single Lens Reflex Vi
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Draw a wave o Mark the crest, trough, and the wavelength Draw another wave, with double the wavelength and half the amplitude If the frequency of light is halved, the wavelength is doubled, halved, stays the same o Double What is the frequency of red li
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1-15-08: Chapter 1 Sources of light o Stars and sun, not moon (reflection of sun) Waves o Rope o Ocean o Sound o Shock Amplitude o Changes wave height Frequency o Changes # of waves o 1/ Time o F increases, distance between crests gets shorter Damping o H
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0002-1 Final - Physics 1240 Spring, 2010 version 2 SIL difference (in decibels) 1 dB 2 dB 3 dB 4 dB 5 dB 6 dB 7 dB 8 dB 9 dB Intensity ratio 1.3 1.6 2.0 2.5 3.2 4.0 5.0 6.3 7.9 Bubble in questions 1-40 ON YOUR BUBBLE SHEET! 1. Consider a string on a bass
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0001-1 Final - Physics 1240 Spring, 2010 version 1 SIL difference (in decibels) 1 dB 2 dB 3 dB 4 dB 5 dB 6 dB 7 dB 8 dB 9 dB Intensity ratio 1.3 1.6 2.0 2.5 3.2 4.0 5.0 6.3 7.9 Bubble in questions 1-40 ON YOUR BUBBLE SHEET! 1. What is the period of the no
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0002-1 Exam II - Physics 1240 Spring, 2010 version 2 1. A light bulb has a power of 60 J/s (also called 60 Watts). After being on for 5 seconds how much energy has the bulb released? A) B) C) D) E) 600 J 300 J 200 J 100 J 60 J 2. A speaker in the stadium
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0001-1 Exam II - Physics 1240 Spring, 2010 version 1 1. Suppose you pluck a guitar string and listen to the sound produced, then put your finger down halfway along the string and pluck it again. What happens to the sound produced? A) B) C) D) E) The perio
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0002-1 Exam I Physics 1240 Fall 2010 Version 0002 1. Professor Betterton puts a strobe light in front of a spinning fan and adjusts the frequency of the strobe to the highest possible frequency so that what you see in class is the fan blade frozen in one
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0001-1 Exam I Physics 1240 Fall 2010 Version 0001 1. Two big boxes are sitting on the floor. One of them weighs 5 Newtons (that's about 1 pound), and has a base which is a square shape, 1 meter by 1 meter. The other is bigger it weighs 20 Newtons, and has
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CS14 - 1 Physics 2010 Solutions to CAPA Set #14 Fall 2011 1. In order for water to come out a pipe with outlet at height h, the pressure at ground level must be at least as great as the pressure coming from the weight of the water, P = gh, so t
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Homework #2 Physics 1112 References: Physics Ideas: Math Skills: Fall 2012 Chapter 2 (all); Chapter 3, intro., sections 3.1-3.3 Position & displacement in 1 & 2-D Average & instantaneous velocity & acceleration in 1 & 2-D Motion in 1-D with constant or no
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Homework 1 For every numerical question, give only 2 decimal points. The rounding up of your answer should be done only at the end. 1. (T or F) P (A B |B ) = P (A|B ). Answer: T 2. Suppose one card is drawn at random from a standard deck of cards. Find P
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Course: Foundations Of Modern Physics
Phys2170, Homework 1 Zhaochuan Shen (Dated: January 27, 2010) PROBLEM 1: 1.20 FROM TZD Basically, = 3.3 104 , t0 = t/ = t ( ) 1 2 t 1 2 /2 The approximation is valid, just because is much smaller than 1. Therefore, the loses amount is t 2 /2 = 86400 (3.3
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Phys2170, Homework 3 Zhaochuan Shen (Dated: February 2, 2010) PROBLEM 1: 2.8 FROM TZD When the electron is moving at v = 0.6c, then we have = 3/5 and = 5/4, E = mc2 = 1.25 9.11 1031 (3 108 )2 = 1.02 1013 J and Erest mc2 1 4 = = = E mc2 5 PROBLEM 2: 2.20 F
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Phys2170, Homework 1 Zhaochuan Shen (Dated: January 14, 2010) PROBLEM 1: 1.6 FROM TZD m is moving 2v0 towards M in M frame, before collision. Therefore, after collision, m is moving 2v0 away from M . Therefore, in lab frame, m is moving at 2v0 + v0 = 3v0
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Phys2170, Homework 6 Zhaochuan Shen (Dated: February 25, 2010) PROBLEM 1: 5.6 FROM TZD a The rst one, n = 1 and n = 2 We have 1 =R ( 1 1 1 4 ) = 3 R 4 and hence = 4 4 = = 121 nm 3R 3 0.0110 Under the same method, for n = 3, 4, 5, 6 we have = 102, 97.0, 94
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Phys2170, Homework 4 Zhaochuan Shen (Dated: February 3, 2010) PROBLEM 1: 3.5 FROM TZD Basically, 1 g of hydrogen has 1 mol. Therefore, the hydrogen should be 1 1 mol, which is 14 = 4.67 g of nitrogen. 3 3 PROBLEM 2: 3.8 FROM TZD Atoms Electrons Protons Ne
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Phys2170, Homework 5 Zhaochuan Shen (Dated: February 16, 2010) PROBLEM 1: 4.8 FROM TZD a Basically, 1 cm is 3 1010 cm/s = 3 1010 Hz, and therefore, the energy is 1 cm 3 1010 Hz 4.135 1015 eV/Hz = 1.24 104 eV b If it is 3 K, then the energy is kB T = 3 8.6
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PHYS 2170: Foundations of Modern Physics Solutions to Homework Set 11 1. Problem 8.19 (25 Points) Question: A crucial step in solving the Schrdinger equation for the central-force o problem was the identity (8.33). 1 2 2 2 2 1 + 2 2 + 2 = + x2 y r2 r r
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Phys2170, Homework 7 Zhaochuan Shen (Dated: March 7, 2010) PROBLEM 1: 6.2 FROM TZD Basically we have = h 6.63 10 = = 4.68 1034 m mv 60 103 30 The size of atom is 1010 m. Not detectable. PROBLEM 2: 6.10 FROM TZD The total energy of the electron is E = K +
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PHYS 2170: Foundations of Modern Physics Solutions to Homework Set 9 1. Problem 7.35 (20 Points) Question: Consider a particle in the ground state of a rigid box of length a. (a) Evaluate the integral (7.122) to give the probability of nding the particle
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PHYS 2170: Foundations of Modern Physics Solutions to Homework Set 8 1. Problem 7.16 (10 Points) Question: Use the result (7.121) to prove that cos = ei + ei ei ei and sin = 2 2i Solution: From Eq. (7.121) we know that ei = cos + i sin (1) Changing to [r
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Course: Classical Mechanics And Math Methods
UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO AT BOULDER PHYS 2210 CLASSICAL MECHANICS AND MATH METHODS, SPRING, 2011 Homework 3 (Due Date: Start of class on Thurs. Jan 27 ) 1. Boas has a very useful formula for solving any linear rst-order dierential equation: Eq. 3.9 page 401
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UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO AT BOULDER PHYS 2210 CLASSICAL MECHANICS AND MATH METHODS, SPRING, 2011 Homework 6 (Due Date: Start of class on Thurs. Feb 17 ) NOTE: In general, lettered parts are worth 4 pts each, unless we state otherwise. 1. A collision between
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UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO AT BOULDER PHYS 2210 CLASSICAL MECHANICS AND MATH METHODS, SPRING, 2011 Homework 4 (Due Date: Start of class on Thurs. Feb 3 ) NOTE: Be sure to show your work and explain what you are doing. (Correct answers, for which we cannot fol
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UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO AT BOULDER PHYS 2210 CLASSICAL MECHANICS AND MATH METHODS, SPRING, 2011 Homework 1 (Due Date: Start of class on Thurs. Jan 13 ) NOTE: Be sure to show your work and explain what you are doing. (Correct answers, for which we cannot fo
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UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO AT BOULDER PHYS 2210 CLASSICAL MECHANICS AND MATH METHODS, SPRING, 2011 Homework 15 (Due Date: Start of class on Thurs. Apr 28 ) 1. Complete the online survey at http:/www.colorado.edu/sei/surveys/Sp11/Clicker_Phys2210_sp11-post.htm
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UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO AT BOULDER PHYS 2210 CLASSICAL MECHANICS AND MATH METHODS, SPRING, 2011 Homework 2 (Due Date: Start of class on Thurs. Jan 20 ) NOTE: Be sure to show your work and explain what you are doing. (Correct answers, for which we cannot fo
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UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO AT BOULDER PHYS 2210 CLASSICAL MECHANICS AND MATH METHODS, SPRING, 2011 Homework 13 (Due Date: Start of class on Thurs. Apr 14 ) As always, lettered parts are worth 4 points unless otherwise stated 1. Since not all of you had a chan
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UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO AT BOULDER PHYS 2210 CLASSICAL MECHANICS AND MATH METHODS, SPRING, 2011 Homework 14 (Due Date: Start of class on Thurs. Apr 21 ) 1. For the periodic function f (t) = At for 1 < t 1 (with A a given constant) (a) Compute the Fourier c
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UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO AT BOULDER PHYS 2210 CLASSICAL MECHANICS AND MATH METHODS, SPRING, 2011 Homework 5 (Due Date: Start of class on Thurs. Feb 10. ) NOTE: Feb 10 is our rst in-class exam day! You may bring one side of one page of paper with your own ha
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UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO AT BOULDER PHYS 2210 CLASSICAL MECHANICS AND MATH METHODS, SPRING, 2011 Homework 12 (Due Date: Start of class on Thurs. Apr 7 ) 1. On the last exam, we had a problem with a at ring, uniform mass per unit area of , inner radius of R,
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UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO AT BOULDER PHYS 2210 CLASSICAL MECHANICS AND MATH METHODS, SPRING, 2011 Homework 8 (Due Date: Start of class on Thurs. March 3 ) 1. Look at the gure below, which shows a possible design for a childs toy. The designer (you!) wants to
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UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO AT BOULDER PHYS 2210 CLASSICAL MECHANICS AND MATH METHODS, SPRING, 2011 Homework 10 (Due Date: Start of class on Thurs. March 17 ) NOTE: March 17 is our second in-class exam day! You may bring TWO sides of one page of paper with you
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UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO AT BOULDER PHYS 2210 CLASSICAL MECHANICS AND MATH METHODS, SPRING, 2011 Homework 7 (Due Date: Start of class on Thurs. Feb 24 ) 1. The joy of Taylor Expansions. Taylor series are the single most important and common approximation te
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UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO AT BOULDER PHYS 2210 CLASSICAL MECHANICS AND MATH METHODS, SPRING, 2011 Homework 11 (Due Date: Start of class on Thurs. March 31 ) 1. Consider a simple pendulum of length L = 10m. (a) In an ideal world (assuming no damping, and maki
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UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO AT BOULDER PHYS 2210 CLASSICAL MECHANICS AND MATH METHODS, SPRING, 2011 Homework 9 (Due Date: Start of class on Thurs. March 10 ) 1. You are stranded on the surface of the asteroid Vesta. If the mass of the asteroid is M and its rad
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Homework 10 1. due at 0900 Monday April 28 If the EPA issues cap and trade permits or adds a carbon tax, spewers of CO2 will have to pay $40/ ton (English short ton=2000 pounds) of CO2. A. (5) How much is this in terms of dollars per ton of carbon in the
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Physics 4410 Quantum Mechanics 2 Spring 2014 Problem Set #8 Due Monday, March 31 at 2pm Problem 8.1: Two-state variational method. (20 points) Consider a quantum system with only two states; for example, they could be the spin states of an electron. Call
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Physics 4410 Quantum Mechanics 2 2014 Problem Set #1 Due Friday, January 24 at 2 pm Problem 1.1: Larmor precession. (15 points) Consider a spin-1/2 particle with gyromagnetic ratio in a uniform magnetic eld B = B z . In class we found the solution for all
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Physics 4410 Quantum Mechanics 2 Spring 2014 Problem Set #6 Due Friday, February 28 at 2pm Problem 6.1: Generic good eigenstates. (15 points) If you believe the examples of previous homework, it seems like whenever there is degena eracy between states |A
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Physics 4410 Quantum Mechanics 2 Spring 2014 Problem Set #4 Due Friday, February 14 at 2 pm Problem 4.1: Two-dimensional harmonic oscillator. (15 points) Consider as the unperturbed Hamiltonian the two-dimensional harmonic oscillator: H0 = p2 1 p2 x + y +
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Physics 4410 Quantum Mechanics 2 Spring 2014 Problem Set #3 Due Friday, February 7 at 2pm Problem 3.1: Second order energy. (15 points) Consider a perturbed Hamiltonian H = H 0 + H = H 0 + H , (1) 0 0 where as usual H 0 is the unperturbed part, with eigen
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Physics 4410 Quantum Mechanics 2 Spring 2014 Problem Set #5 Due Friday, February 21 at 2 pm Problem 5.1: Fine structure calculations. (10 points) The rst-order correction to the energy levels of the hydrogen atom was found to be, 1 Enj = 0 (En )2 4n 3 2 2
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PHYS 5770 Gravitational Theory Spring 2014. Problem Set 1. Due Tue 21 Jan 1. Lorentz transformation Relative to person A (unprimed frame), person B (primed frame) moves at velocity v along the x-axis. Derive the form of the Lorentz transformation between
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PHYS 5770 Gravitational Theory Spring 2014. Problem Set 3. Due Tue 4 Feb 1. Equation of motion The Euler-Lagrange equations of motion for a particle whose Lagrangian is L(x , dx /d) are (this is equation (4.5) of the notes), L d L = . /d) d (dx x (1.1) I
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PHYS 5770 Gravitational Theory Spring 2014. Problem Set 4. Due Tue 11 Feb 1. Earth metric The metric just above the surface of the Earth is well-approximated by ds2 = (1 + 2)dt2 + (1 2)dr 2 + r 2 (d2 + sin2 d2 ) , (1.1) where GM r is the familiar Newtonia
School: Colorado
Course: Gravitational Theory
PHYS 5770 Gravitational Theory Spring 2014. Problem Set 6. Due Tue 25 Feb 1. Geodesics in the Schwarzschild geometry The Schwarzschild metric is ds2 = B(r) dt2 + 1 dr 2 + r 2 (d2 + sin2 d2 ) , B(r) (1.1) where B(r) is the horizon function B(r) = 1 2M . r
School: Colorado
Course: Gravitational Theory
PHYS 5770 Gravitational Theory Spring 2014. Problem Set 2. Due Tue 28 Jan 1. The Rules of 4D Perspective (a) Celestial ellipsoid In terms of the photon energy-momentum 4-vector pk in an unprimed frame, what is the photon energy momentum 4-vector pk in a p
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Course: Gravitational Theory
PHYS 5770 Gravitational Theory Spring 2014. Problem Set 5. Due Tue 18 Feb 1. Equations of motion in weak gravity Consider the Newtonian metric ds2 = (1 + 2)dt2 + (1 2)(dx2 + dy 2 + dz 2 ) , (1.1) where (x, y, z) is the familiar Newtonian gravitational pot
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Course: Gravitational Theory
PHYS 5770 Grav Theory Spring 2014. Problem Set 7. Due Tue 4 Mar 1. Gravitational lensing In a previous problem you found that, in the weak eld limit, light passing a spherical mass M at impact parameter y is deected by angle = 4GM . yc2 (1.1) (a) Lensing
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Course: Gravitational Theory
PHYS 5770 Grav Theory Spring 2014. Problem Set 11. Due Th 24 Apr 1. Geodetic and frame-dragging precession of gyroscopes The purpose of Gravity Probe B was to measure the predicted general relativistic precession of a gyroscope in the gravitational eld of
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Course: Gravitational Theory
PHYS 5770 Grav Theory Spring 2014. Problem Set 10. Due Tue 15 Apr 1. Constant density star Shortly after communicating to Einstein his celebrated solution, Schwarzschild (1916) sent Einstein a second letter describing the solution for a constant density s
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Course: Gravitational Theory
PHYS 5770 Grav Theory Spring 2014. Problem Set 8. Due Th 20 Mar 1. Geodesics in the FLRW geometry The Friedmann-Lema tre-Robertson-Walker metric of cosmology is ds2 = dt2 + a(t)2 dx2 + sin2 (1/2 x ) d2 + sin2 d2 (1.1) where is a constant, the curvature co
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Course: Gravitational Theory
PHYS 5770 Grav Theory Spring 2014. Problem Set 9. Due Tue 8 Apr 1. Tidal forces falling into a Schwarzschild black hole In the Schwarzschild or Gullstrand-Painlev orthonormal tetrad, or indeed in any orthonore mal tetrad of the Schwarzschild geometry wher
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Course: Foundations Of Modern Physics
Set 1 due 25 January In non-relativistic problems, relativity can be used to solve practical problems: basically one solves mechanics problems by rst moving into a new inertial reference frame moving with some velocity with respect to the initial frame, t
School: Colorado
Course: Foundations Of Modern Physics
SET 4due 15 February We have our rst midterm Thursday, 16 February, 730-9PM in Duane G-125. 1) [10 points] In a medium, light moves with a velocity c/n where n is the index of refraction. Suppose we measure the velocity of light in a moving medium: the me
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Course: Foundations Of Modern Physics
SET 5due 22 February The laws of Nature are written in the language of mathematics, attributed to Galileo by E. Wigner 1) [10 points, 2 each] Reduce your answer to standard form (answer = A+iB) (a) (3 + 4i) (7 + 2i) (c) 2+i 3i (b) (3 17i) (2 + 47i) (d) (
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Course: Foundations Of Modern Physics
SET 3due 8 February What a pity that I have to die in the age of relativitys development. H. Minkowski (1909) 1) [5 points] Just for a little multiplication practice, show that if the space-time point (x, t) is transformed into (x , t ) in a frame moving
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Course: Foundations Of Modern Physics
Set 2 due 1 February The ideas of space and time which I wish to develop before you grew from the soil of experimental physics. Therein lies their strength. Their tendency is radical. From now on, space by itself and time by itself must sink into the shad
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Course: Foundations Of Modern Physics
SET 8due 14 March We have our second (and last) midterm Thursday, 15 March, 730-9PM in Duane G-125. 1.) [10 points] Verify from a table of MKS values (found in the front or back of any freshman/sophomore physics text) (a) [4 points] hc 200 MeV-fm; (b) [1
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Course: Foundations Of Modern Physics
SET 9due 21 March 1) [20 points] It turns out that in quantum mechanics, the Planck formula relating energy and frequency is (nearly) the exact result for a quantum simple harmonic oscillator: an oscillator whose natural frequency is 0 (for example a quan
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Course: Foundations Of Modern Physics
SET 7due 7 March 1) [10 points] An example of two coupled oscillators which we can solve is the case of two equal masses m connected by springs to a wall; these springs hae spring constant k1 . The masses are also connected by a spring whose constant is k
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Course: Foundations Of Modern Physics
SET 13 due 25 April Modern physics is much too dicult for physicists. D. Hilbert In class, I will be talking about atoms. This involves solving the Schrdinger o equation in more than one dimension. This is of course a bit technical. Here is an easier exam
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Course: Foundations Of Modern Physics
SET 14 due 2 May Recall, our nal is Monday, May 7, 130-4 PM in our classroom. 1) [20 points] The 2S and 2P radial wave functions for hydrogen are R2S (r) R2P (r) r r ) exp( ) a0 2a0 r r ) = C1 exp( a0 2a0 = C0 (2 (1) where because of the volume element i
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Course: Foundations Of Modern Physics
SET 6due 29 February The sciences do not explain, they hardly ever try to interpret, they mainly make models. By a model is meant a mathematical construct which, with the addition of certain verbal interpretations, describes observed phenomena. The justic
School: Colorado
Course: Foundations Of Modern Physics
SET 11-due 11 April The world of our imagination is narrower and more special in its logical structure than the world of physical things. (Max Born) 1) Some simple wavelength problems: (a) [5 points] A rough criterion for the application of classical mech
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Course: Foundations Of Modern Physics
SET 12-due 18 April The motion of pareticles follows probability laws but the probability itself propagates according to the law of causality M. Born 1) [20 points] Suppose you have a potential which goes to zero at spatial innity (like the Coulomb potent
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Course: Foundations Of Modern Physics
SET 10due 4 April Now you are going to meet Niels Bohr and that is the most important thing to happen in the life of a young physicist. P. Ehrenfest to H. Casimir, 1929. 1) [5 points] Find an expression for the velocity of an electron in the nth Bohr orbi
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Course: SOUND AND MUSIC
Physics 1240 Website: http:/physics.colorado.edu/phys1240 Homelab 2 Physics 1240 Spring 2011 Due: Thursday, March 17 in class In this homelab you will use Raven Lite to explore digital filtering. Step 1 Review the sound editing capabilities
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Course: General Physics 2 (Electricity, Magnetism & Optics)
Physics 2020, Fall 2010 Lab 7 page 1 of 4 Your name: Circle your lab day and time. Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri TA name: 8-10 10-12 12-2 2-4 4-6 Lab 7: Magnetism INTRODUCTION This week we will work with magnets and we will look at the interaction between magnetic
School: Colorado
Course: General Physics 2 (Electricity, Magnetism & Optics)
Physics 2020, Fall 2010 Lab 8 page 1 of 6 Your name: Circle your lab day and time. Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri TA name: 8-10 10-12 12-2 2-4 4-6 Lab 10: Lenses & Telescopes INTRODUCTION In this experiment, you will study converging lenses and the lens equation. Yo
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Course: General Physics 2 (Electricity, Magnetism & Optics)
Physics 2020, Fall 2010 Lab 8 page 1 of 5 Your name: Circle your lab day and time. Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri TA name: 8-10 10-12 12-2 2-4 4-6 Lab 8: Electromagnetic Induction and Motors In todays lab you will explore how changing magnetic fields induce a voltag
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Course: General Physics 2 (Electricity, Magnetism & Optics)
Physics 2020, Fall 2010 Lab 9 page 1 of 5 Your name: Circle your lab day and time. Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri TA name: 8-10 10-12 12-2 2-4 4-6 Lab 9: Mirrors PART I: The Method of Parallax A. Close one eye and lean down so that your eye is at table level. Have y
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Course: General Physics 2 (Electricity, Magnetism & Optics)
Physics 2020, Fall 2010 Lab 6 page 1 of 8 Your name: Circle your lab day and time. Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri TA name: 8-10 10-12 12-2 2-4 4-6 Lab 6: AC Signals INTRODUCTION In this experiment, you will use an oscilloscope to measure the time-varying (AC) voltag
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Course: General Physics 2 (Electricity, Magnetism & Optics)
Physics 2020, Fall 2010 Lab 1 page 1 of 7 Your name: Circle your lab day and time. Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri TA name: 8-10 10-12 12-2 2-4 4-6 Lab 1: Charges and Electrostatics INTRODUCTION Most modern applications of electricity involve electric charges in moti
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Course: General Physics 2 (Electricity, Magnetism & Optics)
Physics 2020, Fall 2010 Lab 3 page 1 of 4 Your name: Circle your lab day and time. Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri TA name: 8-10 10-12 12-2 2-4 4-6 Lab 3: Electric Potentials INTRODUCTION The electrostatic forces on charges will do work if they move the charge from o
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Course: General Physics 2 (Electricity, Magnetism & Optics)
Physics 2020, Fall 2010 Lab 2 page 1 of 6 Your name: Circle your lab day and time. Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri TA name: 8-10 10-12 12-2 2-4 4-6 Lab 2: Electric Fields INTRODUCTION In class we have learned about electric charges and the electrostatic force that ch
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Course: General Physics 2 (Electricity, Magnetism & Optics)
Physics 2020, Fall 2010 Lab 5 page 1 of 7 Your name: Circle your lab day and time. Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri TA name: 8-10 10-12 12-2 2-4 4-6 Lab 5: Real DC Circuits INTRODUCTION The field of electronics has revolutionized the way we live and what we do. We can
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Course: General Physics 2 (Electricity, Magnetism & Optics)
Physics 2020, Fall 2010 Lab 4 Page 1 of 6 Your name: Circle your lab day and time. Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri TA name: 8-10 10-12 12-2 2-4 4-6 Lab 4: Current, Voltage, and the Circuit Construction Kit The Circuit Construction Kit (CCK) is a computer simulation t
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Course: General Physics 2 (Electricity, Magnetism & Optics)
Physics 2020, Fall 2010 Lab 11 page 1 of 8 Your name: Circle your lab day and time. Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri TA name: 8-10 10-12 12-2 2-4 4-6 Lab 11: Wave Interference INTRODUCTION Consider the four pictures shown below, showing pure yellow lights shining towa
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Course: Algebra-based Introductory Physics I
1 of 8 Physics 2010 Spring 2012 Laboratory 6: Sound NAME _ Section Day (circle): M Tu W Th F Section Time: 8a 10a 12p 2p 4p TA Name: _ . INTRODUCTION Sound is a pressure wave in air. When we hear a sound, we are sensing a small variation in the pressure o
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Course: Algebra-based Introductory Physics I
1 of 6 Physics 2010 Spring 2012 Laboratory 5: Rotational Dynamics NAME _ Section Day (circle): M Tu W Th F Section Time: 8a 10a 12p 2p 4p TA Name: _ This lab will cover the concepts of moment of inertia and rotational kinetic energy. These concepts play t
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Course: Algebra-based Introductory Physics I
1 of 5 Physics 2010 Spring 2012 Laboratory 4: Momentum and Energy NAME _ Section Day (circle): M Tu W Th F Section Time: 8a 10a 12p 2p 4p TA Name: _ In this experiment you will use air tracks, gliders, and photogate timers to study the concepts of momentu
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Course: Algebra-based Introductory Physics I
1 of 4 Physics 2010 Spring 2012 Laboratory 3: Springs and Things NAME _ Section Day (circle): M Tu W Th F Section Time: 8a 10a 12p 2p 4p TA Name: _ There is no prelab with this exercise. Part A: Masses and Springs This is a virtual lab. We will do an expe
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Course: Algebra-based Introductory Physics I
1 of 6 Physics 2010 Spring 2012 Laboratory 2: Acceleration from gravity NAME _ Section Day (circle): M Tu W Th F Section Time: 8a 10a 12p 2p 4p TA Name: _ In this lab you will do two separate experiments to explore how gravity makes things accelerate: one
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Course: Algebra-based Introductory Physics I
1 of 6 Laboratory 1: Motion and Gravity Physics 2010 - Fall 2012 Your NAME _ Section Day (circle): M Tu W Th F Section Time: 8a 10a 12p 2p 4p TA's Name_ In this lab you will be working with air tracks and playing around (in a scientific way) to discover s
School: Colorado
Course: Algebra-based Introductory Physics I
Laboratory 0 (Continued) How to Determine Human Reaction Time Without a Stopwatch. In our study of the motion motion of falling bodies from rest with constant acceleration g we found that d = gt2, where d is the distance fallen, g is the acceleration due
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Course: Algebra-based Introductory Physics I
Physics 2010 Laboratory 0 Name_ Laboratory Section_ This should be done at home before coming to Lab/Recitation the week of Jan. 17, 2012. Laboratory 0. Measurement A. Measure the length of your foot in centimeters 10 times and record your measurements in
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Course: INTRO PHYSICS
6.1 Physics 2010 Sound Waves Experiment 6 INTRODUCTION Sound is a pressure wave in air. When we hear a sound, we are sensing a small variation in the pressure of the air near our ear. The speed of a sound wave in air is about 340 m/s or about 5 seconds to
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Course: INTRO PHYSICS
1 Physics 2010 Laboratory 5: Springs and Things There is no prelab with this exercise. Part A: Masses and Springs NAME _ Section Day (circle): M Tu W Th F Section Time: 8a 10a 12p 2p 4p TA Name: _ This is a "virtual lab" . We will do an experiment using s
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Course: INTRO PHYSICS
1 of 1 Physics 2010 Laboratory 4: Rotational Dynamics NAME _ Section Day (circle): M Tu W Th F Section Time: 8a 10a 12p 2p 4p TA Name: _ This lab will cover the concepts of moment of inertia and rotational kinetic energy. These concepts play the same role
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Course: INTRO PHYSICS
Physics 2010 Laboratory 3: Momentum and Energy NAME _ Section Day (circle): M Tu W Th F Section Time: 8a 10a 12p 2p 4p TA Name: _ In this experiment you will use air tracks, gliders, and photogate timers to study the concepts of momentum and kinetic energ
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Course: INTRO PHYSICS
Physics 2010 Laboratory 2: Acceleration from gravity NAME _ Section Day (circle): M Tu W Th F Section Time: 8a 10a 12p 2p 4p TA Name: _ In this lab you will do two separate experiments to explore how gravity makes things accelerate: one exploring a simple
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Course: INTRO PHYSICS
1 of 6 Laboratory 1: Motion and Gravity Your NAME _ Physics 2010 Section Day (circle): M Tu W Th F Section Time: 8a 10a 12p 2p 4p TA's Name_ In this lab you will be working with air tracks and playing around (in a scientific way) to discover some properti
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Physics 2020, Fall 2005 Lab 1 page 1 of 8 Lab 1. Charges and Electrostatics INTRODUCTION: Most modern applications of electricity involve electric charges in motion or current electricity. Historically, however, the first studies of electricity in
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Physics 2020, Spring 2009 Lab 11 page 1 of 10 Your name: _ TA name: _ Lab section: M 8 Tu 10 Wed Th 12 2 F 4 Lab 11. Wave Interference INTRODUCTION Consider the four pictures shown below, showing pure yellow lights shining toward a screen. In
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Physics 2020 3.1 Experiment 3. Time-varying voltages: The Electrocardiogram and Fluorescent lights. In this experiment, you will use an oscilloscope to measure the time-varying voltages from two quite different sources: 1) your heart, and 2) a phot
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LAB #5: Fun with Optics Physics 2020, Spring 2004 Although it may not be obvious at first, we all heavily rely on optics everyday. Many of us wear corrective lenses or contacts to see-in fact, our eyes themselves contain lenses. There is an array of
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Physics 1140 O5: Lenses and the refractor telescope Introduction In this experiment, you will study converging lenses and the lens equation. You will make several measurements of the focal length of lenses and you will construct a simple astronomica
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Course: EXPERIMENTAL PHYSICS 1 GT-SC1
Physics 2020 Lab: Charges and Electrostatics page 1 of 8 Lab: Charges and Electrostatics INTRODUCTION: Most modern applications of electricity involve electric charges in motion or current electricity. Historically, however, the first studies of e
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Course: SOUND AND MUSIC
PROFESSOR'S STUDY GUIDE: Musical Acoustics, by Donald E. Hall, 3rd edition, (Brooks/Cole, 2002). Phys 1240 (Prof. Holland, Sp08) CHAPTER 3: Here's what I would say if I was just being superficial/using the textbook: Sources of sound, instruments (per
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Course: SOUND AND MUSIC
PROFESSOR'S STUDY GUIDE: Musical Acoustics, by Donald E. Hall, 3rd edition, (Brooks/Cole, 2002). Phys 1240 (Prof. Holland, Sp08) CHAPTER 1: Here's what I would say if I was just being superficial/using the textbook: Physical nature of sound, speed of
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Course: SOUND AND MUSIC
PROFESSOR'S STUDY GUIDE: Musical Acoustics, by Donald E. Hall, 3rd edition, (Brooks/Cole, 2002). Phys 1240 (Prof. Holland, Sp08) Chapter 5: Here's what I would say if I was just being superficial/using the textbook: Sound intensity and decibels. Here
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Course: SOUND AND MUSIC
PROFESSOR'S STUDY GUIDE: Musical Acoustics, by Donald E. Hall, 3rd edition, (Brooks/Cole, 2002). Phys 1240 (Prof. Holland, Sp08) CHAPTER 4: Here's what I would say if I was just being superficial/using the textbook: Sound propagation: diffraction/ref
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Course: SOUND AND MUSIC
PROFESSOR'S STUDY GUIDE: Musical Acoustics, by Donald E. Hall, 3rd edition, (Brooks/Cole, 2002). Phys 1240 (Prof. Holland, Sp08) CHAPTER 2: Here's what I would say if I was just being superficial/using the textbook: Waves and vibrations, waveforms, s
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Course: General Physics 2 (Electricity, Magnetism & Optics)
Physics 2020: General Physics II, Fall 2010 Classes: MWF 11-11:50 AM (Lecture 100) in Duane G1B20 Lectures: Prof. Steven Pollock (Email: Steven.Pollock at Colorado.edu) Office: Duane F1013 (10th
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Course: GENERAL PHYSICS 1
Physics 1110: General Physics 1 Quick information Lectures: MWF 9-9:50A (Lec. 100) and 11-11:50A (Lec. 200) Duane G-1B30 Professors: Chuck Rogers Jim Shepard Office: Duane F-631 Duane F-217 (Gamow Tower) Phone: (303) 492-4476 (303) 492-6204 e-mail: Charle
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Course: General Physics
Wed, Oct 19 Fri, Oct 21 Research Proposal DUE to dropbox online Review Annotated Bibliography assignment - Write up a 1 page summary of YOUR research findings Reviewing purpose & audience of Unit paper - Read Knowing Wrtg 1150: First Year Writing and2Rhet
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Course: General Physics
Physics 2010 Algebra-Based Introductory Physics (Mechanics, Waves, and Heat) Fall Semester 2011 All information regarding the course is available on the web at: http:/www.colorado.edu/physics/phys2010 Time/Location: Lecture 100: 10:00-10:50 am MWF in Duan
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PHYS 1120, General Physics 2, Spring 2007 (Updated January 20, 2007) Lectures: Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays 10.0010.50am in Duane G1B30 Instructor: Magnus Gustafsson Office: Ekeley S175 and Duane F521 Email address: gustafm@spot.colorado.edu Off