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PHYS 342: More info The TA is Meng-Lin Wu: His email is wu223@purdue.edu His office hour is 10:30am to 12pm on Mondays His office is Physics 105 Due this Friday in class: Problem set 1: From chapter 2; problems 1 through 9 and 11
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Quick quiz! Does a frame of reference attached to spaceship moving in deep space with a constant linear velocity V relative the distant stars represent a Inertial Frame? How about a frame of reference attached to a child enjoying a ride on a merry-go-round that moves with constant angular velocity? Since the laws of physics are the same in every inertial frame, if you perform identical experiments in two different inertial frames, you should get exactly the same results, T or F? Explain.
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2.1 The Need for Ether 2.2 The Michelson-Morley Experiment 2.3 Einstein’s Postulates 2.4 The Lorentz Transformation 2.5 Time Dilation and Length Contraction 2.6 Addition of Velocities 2.7 Experimental Verification 2.8 Twin Paradox 2.9 Space-time 2.10 Doppler Effect 2.11 Relativistic Momentum 2.12 Relativistic Energy 2.13 Computations in Modern Physics 2.14 Electromagnetism and Relativity Special Theory of Relativity It was found that there was no displacement of the interference fringes, so that the result of the experiment was negative and would,
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