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SYLLABUS PHYSICS 6C PHYSICS FOR LIFE SCIENCE MAJORS: Light, Fluids, Thermodynamics, Modern Physics LECTURE 3 Spring, 2008 Instructor: Office: Phone: Email: Office Hours: Lectures: Textbooks: Discussion: Disscussion TA: Grading: Homework Labs 1st Midt

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Physics 6C HW#9 and #10 solution June 5, 2008 11.34 a) The energy of the photon is found as E = Ef - Ei = -13.606eV -13.606eV - 2 nf n2 i 11.37 E = (-13.6eV )( 1 1 2 - n2 ) nf i Where for E > 0 we have absorption and for E < 0 we have emission. h

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Physics 6C HW#8 solution May 29, 2008 28.2 a) b) E = hf P = eAT 4 P 1/4 ) T =( eA = 1(4(6.96 108 m)2 )(5.67 3.85 1026 W 10-8 W/m2 K 4 ) 1/4 = (6.626 10-34 J s)(3.10 109 s-1 )( = 1.28 10-5 eV 1.00eV ) 1.60 10-19 J = 5.78 103 K c) b) 2

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Physics 6C HW#7 solution May 22, 2008 17.13 17.20 The bullet will not melt all the ice, so its final tem- a) perature is 0 C. Then, Remember the work is the negative area under the curve. 1 f ( mv 2 + mc |T |) = mw Lf W =- P dV (1) 2 i mw is the m

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Physics 6C HW#6 solution May 22, 2008 15.30 Volume flow rate for a steady current is, A1 v 1 = A2 v 2 choose the top surface as the second point. Then, the equation becomes, At the first point 1 2 Pair + vx + gh 2 At the second point 1 Pair + (0)2

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Physics 6C HW#3 solution April 25, 2008 26.30 For a converging lens, f is positive. We use the thin lens equation. 1 1 1 = - q f p 1 1 = - 20.0cm 40.0cm 1 = 40.0cm q = 40.0 cm q M =- p = -1 The image is past the lens. real, inverted and located 40.0

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Physics 6C HW#4 solution May 1, 2008 27.14 Light reflecting from the first surface suffers phase reversal. Light reflecting from the second surface does not, but passes twice through the thickness t of the film. So, for constructive interference, we

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Physics 6C HW#2 solution April 17, 2008 25.30 a) c The index of refraction is n = v . From this relation, we can write Snell\'s law in terms of velocities. sin 2 v2 = sin 1 v1 2 = 90 at critical angle. sin(90 ) 1850m/s = sin c 343m/s c = sin-1 (0.18

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Physics 6C HW#1 solution April 10, 2008 24.7 a) f = c f (50.0m) = 3.00 108 m/s f = 6.00 106 Hz Thus the B equation is, - - - B = Bmax cos(kx - t) ^ = -73.3 cos(0.126x - 3.77 107 t)k nT 24.8 a) b Remember for E& M wave, E field and B field sat

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Physics 6C HW#5 solution May 8, 2008 15.6 a) P = P0 + gh it lifting force. F = PA = 1.013 105 P a(1.43 10-2 m)2 ) = 65.1 N = 1.013 105 P a + (1024Kg/m3 )(9.80m/s2 )(1000m) = 1.01 107 Pa b) The octopus can pull the bottom away from the top she

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Midterm 1 Topics Electromagnetic Waves Displacement Current: Idisp = Poynting Vector: Full Expression: S = 1 0 dE 0 dt EB Direction: Cross E with B 1 Magnitude: S = 0 EB Maxwell s Equations (integral form) Gauss Law: E dA = qin 0 Gauss L

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p6c-pm1.nb 1 Physics 6C Midterm 1 Practice Chapters 24, 25, 26 Reminder: Friday, 24 Oct 2008 12:00-12:50 pm Midterm 1 1. You and your geeky friend decide to perform some experiments to investigate the properties of lightning. a) First, you want t

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Homework assignment #1 Physics 6C (LEC 1)-Guoqing Wu-Spring 2008 Problems Chapters 24: EM waves 7 8 22 27 43 45 UID:_ Name: _ 48 59 --Bonus problems: (NOT needed to be handed in) Discussion section number: _ [please write down your section number

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Syllabus Physics 6C: Physics for Life Science Majors Light, Fluids, thermodynamics and Modern Physics Lecture 1, Spring 2008 (Pre-requisites: Physics 6B, Mathematics 31A/31B/32A) Lectures: Instructor: Office: Phone: Office Hours: Homepage: Textbook:

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The physics of fluid Balloon Hydraulic lift: an application of Pascal\'s principle Human circulatory system These pictures show the phenomena and wonderful applications of the physics of fluid (fluid mechanics) 1 Chapter 15: Fluid mechanics Outl

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Chapter 16: Temperature and the kinetic theory of gases Outline -1. Temperature, thermometer and thermal expansion: - 1) temperature K: concept and units T = TC + 273.15 ( K ), T = 9 T + 32 ( F ) F C 5 - 2) thermometer: - 3) thermal expansion: L = L

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(the Earth environment energy system) The phenomena for the phases of water, heat and energy transfer possible heat engine impossible heat engine Chapters 17&18: Laws of Thermodynamics Outline -1. Heat Q, specific heat C, latent heat L: - 1) hea

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Chapter 26: Image formation by mirrors and lenses Outline -1. Image by plane mirror: do di Image property: (1) d = - d , 0 i (2) m= hi d = - i = +1, h0 d0 (virtual upright image on the other side) 2.Image by spherical mirrors: - image property &

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Chapter 27: Wave Optics (interference and diffraction) Outline -1. Interference pattern: - Young\'s double-slit experiment - pattern property & intensity d sin = { (m + 1/2) m , (bright) , (dark) d 2. Diffraction pattern : - single slit experime

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Chapter 28: Modern Physics Outline -1. Black body irradiation and Plank\'s theory: - 1) black body: a body that absorb all radiations with nothing reflected back. - 2) black body irradiation:. I = T 4 , peakT = b, = 5.67 10 -8 W / m 2 K 4 , b = 2

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Interference and Diraction Problem 1 (medium): A monochromatic plane wave with wavelength is incident on two narrow slits separated by d = 100. A screen is located a distance L = 8000 in front of the slits. The center of the screen is y = 0, directl

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Chapter 24 - Electromagnetic waves- can propagate through a vacuum 24.2 Maxwells Eq. - Eq. 24.4 is Gausss law- the total electrivc flux through any closed surface equals the net charge inside that surface divided by . - Gausss law for magnetism says

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Fluid Mechanics CHAPTER OUTLINE 15.1 15.2 15.3 15.4 15.5 15.6 15.7 15.8 15.9 Pressure Variation of Pressure with Depth Pressure Measurements Buoyant Forces and Archimedes\'s Principle Fluid Dynamics Streamlines and the Continuity Equation for Fluids B

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Temperature and the Kinetic Theory of Gases CHAPTER OUTLINE 16.1 Temperature and the Zeroth Law of Thermodynamics Thermometers and Temperature Scales Thermal Expansion of Solids and Liquids Macroscopic Description of an Ideal Gas The Kinetic Theory o

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Energy in Thermal Processes: The First Law of Thermodynamics CHAPTER OUTLINE 17.1 17.2 17.3 17.4 17.5 17.6 Heat and Internal Energy Specific Heat Latent Heat and Phase Changes Work in Thermodynamic Processes The First Law of Thermodynamics Some Appli

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Heat Engines, Entropy, and the Second Law of Thermodynamics CHAPTER OUTLINE 18.1 Heat Engines and the Second Law of Thermodynamics Reversible and Irreversible Processes The Carnot Engine Heat Pumps and Refrigerators An Alternative Statement of the Se