PracticeExam2 - Practice Exam 2 1. Light with a wavelength...

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Practice Exam 2 1. Light with a wavelength of 600nm passes through the double-slit shown. If the distance to on the projection screen from the center to the first-order maximum is 0.1m, how far is the screen from the double-slit? 2. Find the electric force vector on the -50 µ C point charge. k = 9 × 10 9 . 3. Determine the critical angle for light attempting to emerge into the air from within a liquid that has a refractive index of 4/3 . 4. Provide the equation for the voltage in the capacitor as a function of time. The switch will close at t = 0. 60000nm -50mC -20mC 6m 8m y x 10V 2M Ω 4 µ F
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5. State all five reasons why the following electron quantum state is invalid: (-2,-1,-2,-1). 6. Find the decay product when phosphorus-35 emits a beta particle. 13 Al Aluminum 26.98 14 Si Silicon 28.09 15 P Phosphorus 30.97 16 S Sulfur 32.07 17 Cl Chlorine 35.45 18 Ar Argon 39.95 7. Light with an intensity of 80W/m is incident upon the first of two polarization filters whose axes differ by 30°. Find the intensity of the light after passing through both filters.
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8. What is the electric field intensity at the location of interest
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This note was uploaded on 04/05/2012 for the course PHYS 131 taught by Professor Tibbets during the Spring '11 term at Cuyamaca College.

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PracticeExam2 - Practice Exam 2 1. Light with a wavelength...

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