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Applications of Motion of Charged Particles
Friday, November 23, 2012
10:58 AM
Velocity Selector
Consists of a tube in which there is an electric field and a magnetic field perpendicular to
each other
A charged particle with charge, , mass, , and speed,
Heat Capacities
Thursday, July 12, 2012
8:19 PM
Kinetic energy for an ideal gas
When dealing with a small change in temperature, you its basically the derivative of the kinetic energy
with respect to
After implementing the definition of the specific heat
Magnetic Field
Thursday, November 22, 2012
10:12 AM
Description of magnetic interactions
1.
A moving charge or a current creates a magnetic field in the surrounding space
( in addition to its electric field)
2.
The magnetic field exerts a force on any oth
Thermodynamic Systems
Friday, May 25, 2012
5:26 PM
Thermodynamic System
Any collection of objects that is convenient to regard as a unit, and that may have the
potential to exchange energy with its surroundings
Thermodynamic Process
Any process where th
Work Done During Volume Changes
Friday, May 25, 2012
5:31 PM
Based on the pressure of the gas, the amount of force acting on the piston head from the gas is
o
o
o
The change in work being done:
o
o
It is also known that:
This is because the area is not ch
Heat Capacities
Thursday, July 12, 2012
8:19 PM
Kinetic energy for an ideal gas
When dealing with a small change in temperature, you its basically the derivative of the kinetic energy
with respect to
After implementing the definition of the specific heat
Applications of Motion of Charged Particles
Friday, November 23, 2012
10:58 AM
Velocity Selector
Consists of a tube in which there is an electric field and a magnetic field perpendicular to
each other
A charged particle with charge, , mass, , and speed,
Welcome to PHYS 122
Required Materials
University Physics, by Yong and Freedman, 13th ed.
Blackboard Course: PHYS122 SP2012
All my teaching materials will be put in this website and you will use the website to
Access course materials: syllabus, lecture
Math2.org Math Tables: Table of Integrals
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Power of x.
xn dx = xn+1 (n+1)-1 + C
(n
-1) Proof
x-1 dx = ln|x| + C
Exponential / Logarithmic
ex dx = ex + C
Proof
bx dx = bx / ln(b) + C
Proof, Tip!
ln(x) dx = x ln(x) - x + C
Proof
Trigonometric
sin x d
Physics 132
Problem 1: Collapse the Resistors
Week 8
Find the total current that is pulled from this 40 V battery. Find the current in each resistor.
(Hint: find the equivalent resistance of the circuit).
Problem 2: Kirchhoffs Rules I
Circuits of 3 loops
Carnot Cycle. Heat Engines. Refrigerators.
Physics 3700
Carnot Cycle. Heat Engines. Refrigerators.
Relevant sections in text: 4.1, 4.2
Heat Engines
A heat engine is any device which, through a cyclic process, absorbs energy via heat
from some external sou
4.2 Refrigerators
A refrigerator is a heat engine operated in reverse, more or less. In practice, it
may work in a completely dierent way, but if you only care about what it does, not
how it works, you can just reverse the arrows in Figure 4.1 to obtain a
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PHYS 122 4 CREDITS
Introductory Physics II Instructor: Lili Cui Spring 2012 MWF 11:0011:50 AM
SYLLABUS COURSE PHYS122 is the second semester of calculusbased introductory physics course. The goals DESCRIPTION of this course are to help you: Understand
PHYS 122 (FA09) EXAM 1_MakeUp 60 pts maximum
NAME (print clearly):_ Discussion Section (required): _
You can bring a 35 inch index card. Only nonprogrammable and nongraphing calculator is allowed. Write legibly and present your solutions in an organ