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Unformatted text preview: Principles of Physics II PHYS 22 1246!} Exam #4 Fall 2011 “a Nfimtaflt—wu— You may:r use the vaiues it = 8.99xlfl9 hi mgiCE, afl = 3.35xlfl'13C2me2, on = 4ox1o‘inrai, and e = Looono'lg c. You must show all of your work for full credit. 1. (5 points} A rag»r in water [n=l.33} strikes a surface with an incident angle of 210° . The refracted angle is 22.5” . What is the index of refraction for the material? .. {howl it int—:JL Mi?!“ g: 1—.{_ - ‘ x l r :1 in item“; 1 ‘1. AJ'H ELF LI-i‘ihqb—t 1. .I - ~ " j .. if. 1-- 1 h a 2. [5 points} A laser with an intensitg.r of ti.i‘Stlrniii'innn1 has an initial polarization that is at an angle of lSJIIIu to the right of the y-aais. A polarizer is set up that is at an angle of THU" shot-re the -x-axis [negative x—axis}. What is the intensity of the laser after passing through L this polarizer? h. 3. [5 points} A convex mirror has a focal length of either +2fl.flcn1 or -2il.ilcrn, you decide which is correct. There is an object with an object distance of Billions . What is the image distance? r g ‘t d i” 1* : t- 3... i — i “‘ i in i ‘l .—. r n ‘ .a. '1 o n. a. a” *3 " t L“ 4. {5 points] A certain electromagnetic wave has a frequency of 3.?5xlfl” Hz . What is its wavelength, wave number and angular frequency"? If; fl . -'_ _- . c .- "-'_ u I? n: as S. (lfipoints) Finish the ray tracing diagram started below, The object is indicated. Draw in the three primary rays: indicate their directions, determine where the image is, draw it in and label it. Use dotted lines for lines that are not rays. 4:" 6. (5 points] Using only your diagram shove [Problernji explain whether the image is real or 1ri1tua1 and how you know. Do not use or mention the Mirror Equation in your answer. . _ u -.. -: '...I-...« 3 ""-'*~ :"- ..i i'. {l 5 points) Finish the ray tracing diagram started below. The object is indicated. Draw in the three primary rays, indicate their directions, determine where the image is= draw it in and label it. Use clotted lines for lines that are not rays. r 3. [5 points} Using only your diagram above {Problem _.i 1'}, expiain whether the image is real or 1virtual and how you know. Do not use or mention the Lens Equation in your answer. I.._ I . 1 ,.- ..._. I '- .- ._ _.. . _ _._ -. a -. .. ___J 9. (it) points) An electromagnetic wave has an intensity of 3.Sllilnillill‘l‘tl'r’imI . Find the magnitude of the rms electric and magnetic field. F'j' " "_ J 1' '~ E“ 's F” i l I .. i - --J y or _. I . ifigifl a! i- “- 1:.- 5 l...-' u. n- E _v *1 r't J M -. L} a, I I '- a; L: .1 r J _ . _. . .__.J I 1‘ .n.l .. r I: 't a -;_ -. - y 5 .‘ a Fr , x. J II x .t F‘ _t 5- : 1+ J i _. H J lfl. (15 points} A layer ofethvnol [n = 1.362} lays on a surface of glass {11 = 1.523) . a} In which material will there he total internal reflection and what is the critical angle? h] For a ray incident in the ethynol, what is the Brewster angle for this interface? n- I .-- i‘ HEM-ff t "F a .e__. .I :~ 3" L I. _,w .‘ 1"— .p ._ i. .: :, l. u a i' i n. " _ 'I . i 5.7 *Ifil L' ‘ a rl f .. ' r i ‘— I t it I 1 l. (15 points} Consider a converging lens with a focal length that is either +5.flflcm or -5.l}llcm , you decide which is appropriate. An object that is ltltlcm tell is placed liflcm from Use lens. Using the lens eguation, determine the image distance, the image height, whether the image is real or virtual. and whether the image is upright or inverted. ‘— ...
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