Physics 152
Chapter 35
Alternating
Current
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AC vs. DC
Edison advocated direct current (DC)
Westinghouse advocated alternating current
(AC) because:
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Transformers could be used to
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Physics 152
Chapter 34
Electromagnetic Waves
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1825: Amperes Law
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Maxwell:
One of the most brilliant achievements in science. The
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Physics 152
Chapter 20
Wave Motion
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Mechanical Waves
Waves that propagate in matter are called mechanical
waves.
Mechanical waves do not
carry along the matter
theyre traveling through.
Right Hand Rule
Summary Sheet 1: Fields
Field due to wire loop
Curl fingers in the direction
of I, thumb will point along B.
Field due to long straight wire
Place thumb along I, fingers will
curl to
Phys 152 Homework 5
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Physics 152
Chapter 21
Superposition
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Reflection: Fixed end of String
Reflection: Free end of String
Reflection and
Transmission at Junction
The Principle of Superposition
If two or more
Physics 152
Chapter 14
Oscillations
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Oscillations of a Spring
Periodic Motion vibrations or oscillations that take
the same amount of time and cover the same distance
back and forth.
Osc
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28.22. Solve: Outside a charged sphere of radius R, the electric potential is identical to that of a point charge Q at
the center. That is,
V-;2 rZR
_ 4M0 r
The potential of the ball bearing is the po
26.40. Model: The electric ﬁeld is that of a line of charge of length L.
Visualize:
The origin of the coordinate system is at the center of the rod. Divide the rod into many small segments of charge
27.26. Model: The excess charge on a conductor resides on the outer surface.
Visualize: Please refer to Figure EX27.26.
Solve: Point 1 is at the surface of a charged conductor, hence
_ (5.0><101°)(1.6
25.37. Model: The charges are point charges.
Visualize:
y (cm)
Solve: The electric force on charge ql is the vector sum of the forces F2 on 1 and F3 on 1. We have
2
F2 on 1 = [Klil—“qzl, away from q
Physics 152
Chapter 28 + 29*
Electric Potential
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A Quick Review of Work
For conservative forces,
Emech = K + U
Change in potential
energy of system is equal to
the work done by external
Physics 152
Chapter 31
Fundamentals
of Circuits
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EMF and
Terminal Voltage
A source of constant voltage is called a source
of electromotive force or emf.
Real batteries always
have an in