Matt Kim
11/14/16
M7 PreLab
1. Centripetal acceleration: a = 2r
= (2/T)2r
= (2 / (2.4192e6 s)(3.88e8 m)
= 2.62e-3 m/s
2. The frequency of rotation must change by a factor of
T = 2( )
due to the formu
Matthew Kim
1/29/17
E1 Pre-Lab
1. Changes in the amount of electrons of an object can charge any object. If one object
loses its electron and another object gains an electron, the net charge in the un
Matt Kim
V1 Prelab
1. If an ideal spring constant k is cut in half, the effective spring constant keff for the
arrangement would be the original spring constant k
2. F = -k1x1 = -k2x2
a. K2x2 = keff(k
Matt Kim
M8 Prelab
1. If the distance is doubled, the moment of inertia is quadrupled, because the equation
contains R2.
2. Axis perpendicular = (MR2)
Axis Parallel = (MR2)
Ratio = / = 2
3. Yes it is
1/31/17
Prelab E2
1. In a conductor, any extra charges will tend to a configuration that allows for
all points of the object to have the same electric potential because charges
even themselves out whe
20.7 Capacitance
Two oppositely charged conductors form a capacitor,
which stores charge
The capacitance, C, of a capacitor
is defined as
Potential difference
between conductors
The SI unit of capaci
Highlights from syllabus
PHYS2101
Introduction to Physics II
Spring 2017
Instructor:
Professor K. Kempa
Text:
Principles of Physics (5th Edition)
Raymond A. Serway and John W. Jewett, Jr. (Cengage: Br
22.9 Ampres Law
Line integral
Gaussian
surface
Similar to Gauss Law: Surface integral
Using Amperes Law
A long, straight wire of radius R carries a steady current I that is
uniformly distributed throu
Raymond A. Serway
John W. Jewett
Chapter 22
Magnetic Forces and Magnetic Fields
22.2 The Magnetic Field
Electric field is produced by any stationary or moving
electric charge, e.g. electron.
Magnetic
Raymond A. Serway
John W. Jewett
Chapter 20
Electric Potential and Capacitance
20.1 Electric Potential and Potential
Difference
The work done by the electric field is
dW =
As this work is done by the
Final Exam Review:
Mastering Chemistry Problems that I got the most emails about. Make sure to review ALL the problems,
or mainly focus at least on the sections that you do not understand as well.
Sel
PHYS2101 Introduction to Physics II (Calculus)
Spring 2017
Office Hours: MWF 10:00 -11:00 a.m.
Instructor:
Professor K. Kempa
Higgins 230E
Text:
Principles of Physics (5th Edition)
Raymond A. Serway a
Sula paper: Due April 11. No more than four pages, double-spaced.
Review any comments you have had on previous writings and any
sample models handed out. It might even be helpful to make out a list
of
MATH1105 Exam 1 Review
Sections covered: 4.1-4.5, 5.1-5.7. Major topics include:
Antiderivatives and indefinite integrals (the definition and how to compute them for
basic functions).
Using initial
Matt Kim
Kangsoo Lee
TA: Eric Kenney
Lab B1
e/m for the Electron
Data
Variance In Voltage
I = 1.13A
Table 1: Beam Radius Corresponding to Voltage
Voltage (V)
Radius (m)
175
0.050
149.7
0.045
140
0.043
Linda Morris, Matthew Kim
Eric Kenney
PHYS205102
4/10/17
Lab Report B4 - RC and RL circuits
Data & Analysis
Table 0: Circuit Components
R1
R2
Capacitor
Inductor
1.5 k
15 k
.22
F
100 mH
190
Error asso
Matt kim
2/20/17
E4 prelab
1)The definition of resistance states that resistance is equal to the electric potential
divided by the current. The difference between resistance and the statement that a g
Matthew Kim
2/27/17
E5 Pre-Lab
1. The Junction Rule simply states that the charge leaving the junction is equal to the
charge entering the Junction. Due to the conservation of charge principle, that i
Matt Kim
2/13/17
E3 Prelab
1. C = (o*a2)/d
2. a = = 10629.88m. Due to its large capacitance, constructing a square capacitor
with a capacitance of 1F and separation of d = 1mm, would not be possible d
Matthew Kim
B4 Pre-Lab
4/3/17
1. = RC = L/R L = R2C
2. It will take 0.693 time constants to discharge half of the initial charge, whether or not it
was fully charged. It will take the same number of t
Will Allen and Danny Hogan
PHYS205005
September 29th, 2015
TA: ALBERT SHI
M2 Instantaneous Speed
Introduction
The objective of this lab was to observe a one dimensional system,
specifically a cart mov
2015 AP PHYSICS C: MECHANICS FREE-RESPONSE QUESTIONS
PHYSICS C: MECHANICS
SECTION II
Time 45 minutes
3 Questions
Directions: Answer all three questions. The suggested time is about 15 minutes for answ
2001 AP PHYSICS C: MECHANICS FREE-RESPONSE QUESTIONS
PHYSICS C
Section II, MECHANICS
Time45 minutes
3 Questions
Directions: Answer all three questions. The suggested time is about 15 minutes for answe
Emma Yates, Matthew Kim
2/4/17
Eric Kenney
Experiment E1: Static Charge
Results
Part I- Charging by Conduction
Table 1. Using the Blue Charge Producer
Initial Pail reading
(V)
Pail reading after
disch
Matt kim
2/20/17
E4 prelab
1)The definition of resistance states that resistance is equal to the electric potential
divided by the current. The difference between resistance and the statement that a g
Matt Kim
2/13/17
E3 Prelab
1. C = (o*a2)/d
2. a = = 10629.88m. Due to its large capacitance, constructing a square capacitor
with a capacitance of 1F and separation of d = 1mm, would not be possible d
Matt Kim
M4 Prelab
10/4
1. Friction force cant act in the direction of motion due to the laws of conservation of
energy. The force of friction always opposes the direction of motion. If it did not, th
Matt Kim
2/6/17
E2 Pre-lab
1. Excess charges will always tend to such an arrangement that keeps all point of the
object at the same potential because if the charges weren't in alignment in such a way
Patrick Madaya
PHYS 2040
TA: Zheng Ren
October 24, 2016
Experiment M6 Pre-Lab
1. Yes, these definitions still hold. The coefficient of restitution was equivalent to
which is the same thing as
vf
vi
va