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Unformatted text preview: PHYS 122 , ' ' Exam II November 3, 2011 I Prof. S. M. Bhagat
Name: T] ’6‘“ (Sign in ink, print in pencil) Notes ’ ‘ ’ l} 1) There are four (6) problemsin this exam. Please make sure that your copy has all
of them. ; 2) Please show your work indicating clearly what formula you used and what the symbols mean. Just writingthe answer will not get you full credit. In stating.
vectors give both magnitude and direction. ‘  \ 3) Write your answers on the sheet provided.
4) Do not forget to write the units .
5) Do not hesitate to ask for clariﬁcation at any time during the exam. You may buy ,
' a formula at the cost of one point. ‘ d ' 1m Take Care! God Bless You! 9N'm2‘
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” m k=9x10 Mass of proton mp = 1_6x10*27 kg, Mass of electron me = 9x10~31 kg Elementary Charge 9 = 1.6x10‘19 C N0 CALCULATORS! 3 Probl Write down Gauss’s Law for an E — ﬁeldj? and use it to Show how yeu would generate the E — ﬁeld shown below: . r v (6,10) Prob 2a Under stationary conditions, where would the extra charge on a conducting
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Why? ’ v (8) 2
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(ii), a long time later? _ 0)) potential across long time later? Why? (15) R1 =R2= g=10V 10 Prob 621 How do you distinguish between an —' ﬁeld and a 5 4 ﬁeld? ' (S) («QWJ e, ‘3’ M ﬁwmwm 5"“ MW‘L‘Waw
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Frys; a, [.14 w}. 11 Prob 6b A deuteron [q = 1.6x10'19c, m : 3.2 >2 10‘27 kg] with a velocity of Vi )3 is
introduced in a region where E = B 2 . (i) Show that the deuteron will move in a circular orbit in the xyplane (6)
(ii) If you double its velocity, What happens to its angular velocity? (5) ’2’ ...
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