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Final Exam • Wed. June 10, 3:00-6:00 pm – 2001 WLH • 20 questions multiple choice • Similar to the quizzes • You can bring 2 sheets of equations, 8x10 two sides • Calculator • Bring a picture ID. • Scantron
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Review Chapter 16 Waves Longitudinal Waves Transverse Waves Know the relation between wavelength, frequency, period, speed Transverse wave on a string. Know how to calculate the velocity. Power - proportional to the square of the amplitude. Intensity =power/area Superposition principle. Interference – know how to calculate the conditions for constructive and destructive interference. Beat frequency- the difference between two frequencies. F v = µ v f = λ 1 f T =
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Chapter 17 Sound Speed of sound in a gas (speed of sound in air at 20 C= 340 m/s) Intensity of sound Decibels (dB) Speed of sound in a solid Phase shift on reflection. Standing Waves. Know how to find f, λ for different boundary conditions. e,g. P v γ = ρ o I I 10log ⎛⎞ β= ⎜⎟ ⎝⎠ B ρ I o = 10 -12 W/m 2 m=1 m=3 4L λ= f=v/4L Doppler effect. know the difference between moving source and moving observer. f f' (1 u / v) = ± f' f(1 u/v) = ± moving source moving observer
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Chapter 34 Light Waves – Maxwell’s Equations. Properties of EM Waves. 8 oo 1 c3 . 0 0 x 1 0 m / s == µε E=cB (perpendicular) know the approximate values for λ and f for different regions in the EM spectrum i.e. radio waves, microwaves, infrared, visible, ultraviolet, x-rays. Polarization of light Law of Malus S=S o cos 2 θ Know about the production and detection of EM waves. Energy of EM Waves o ExB S = µ J GJG JG 22 max max Ec B S 2c 2 µ µ
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Chapter 35. Reflection and Refraction Reflection θ incidence = θ reflection c n v = Refraction refractive index Snell’s Law 11 2 2 ns in θ Be able to solve Snell’s law problems. Total Internal Refraction 2 n θ = n 1 θ 1 n 2 θ 2 Polarization by Reflection Polarization angle (Brewster’s angle) 2 p 1 n tan n θ= θ p n 1 n 2
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Chapter 36 Image Formation and Optical Instruments Mirrors. plane, spherical (f=R/2), concave, convex.
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