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Unformatted text preview: [Fri: 33-41(wb),34-1(wb),34-2 (wb);34-2(pe), 34-50(pe),34-52(pe). ] Study Questions and Related Homework Problems 1. How do electric charges move in magnetic fields ? Do 33-27(wb), 29(wb). 2. What are the magnetic forces on wires carrying electrical currents? Do 33-35(wb), 37(wb), 34(pe). 3. What are the magnetic torques and forces on electrical current loops? Do 33-38(wb), 39(wb), 40(wb). 4. How can one prepare an induced magnetic dipole in a ferromagnetic material? Do 33-41(wb). 5. An emf can be generated by moving a conductor in a magnetic field, thereby enabling mechanical energy to be converted to electrical energy. How does this motional emf arise? (Hint: How do the magnetic forces that act on the charge carriers in the moving conductor create a charge separation?) Do 34-1(wb), 2(wb); 34-2(pe), 50(pe), 52(pe)....
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2012 for the course PHY 212 taught by Professor Schecter during the Spring '07 term at Syracuse.
- Spring '07