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# Physics II Lab w answers_Part_41 - 2 “ Introduction to...

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93 6. The charge deposited per swing (eq 9) appears to be constant (depending only on total change flux and not on the velocity or ° o ) . Does your observation of q depend on ° o ? If so why? 7. What is the function of the diodes in this experiment? What would happen if the diode were absent in the circuit? 8. Give reasons why the graph ln ° 0 vs n (Part D) could deviate from a straight line? 9. Verify by substitution that ) Q 4 1 1 ( ) t ( cos e ) t ( 2 0 Q 2 t 0 0 - ω = ω α + ω θ = θ ω - is a solution of the differential eq(10). 10. Give some practical applications of Faraday’ s law. References: 1. “ Physics” ,M.Alonso and E.J.Finn, Addison-Wiley, 1992

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Unformatted text preview: 2. “ Introduction to Electrodynamics” , D.J.Griffiths ,PHI, 1998. 94 Observations and Results Radius of Arc = 40 cm Part A (Time period T) S.No No. of Oscillations Time (sec) T(sec) Mean T(sec) 1 2 3 Part B : Measurement of & C= ________________________ & F ± (degrees) v max (cm/sec) (calculated) ² 40 35 30 25 20 15 10 Plot the graph of ² 0 vs v max Part C : Charge delivered to the capacitor C = ____________________________ & F ± = ___________________________ Table I R 1 = R 2 = R 3 = No.of swings N V q = CV &-C V q = CV &-C V q = CV &-C 1 2 3 4 5...
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