Physics 152 Written Homework # 1 Sltns
Problem One (20pts) Consider an infinite plane of charge wherein the
charge per area is
coul/m2 .
(a) If you break the plane up into an infinite number of rings of radius
r, what is the charge of each ring?
Assuming
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PROBLEM ONE : Electrons are emitted out of a tungsten wire when the wire
glows from heating up because a current is being passed through it. Because of thermodynamics
the electrons are emitted with a plurality of different speeds. Some o
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1) A (superconducting) solenoid is connected with a battery which has an emf of V . After
the time T the current has reached the value I0 and the battery is replaced by a resistor R.
We dene this at the time t = 0.
a) What is the inductance of the s
Physics 152 Midterm Two Review Problems
PROBLEM ONE: (20PTS) Consider the current flowing through the
structure shown. Of interest is the magnetic field due to the current. Calculate the following in
terms of quantities given and relevant physical constan
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Spring 152 Midterm Two
PHYSICS 152 MIDTERM TWO
SPRING 2012
BURKE and LU
NAME:
DATE:
PROBLEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
TOTAL
POINTS
1
Spring 152 Midterm Two
PROBLEM ONE:
Consider the current flowing through the structure shown.
Of interest is the magnetic field due to t
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PROBLEM ONE:
Consider the toroidal configuration of current shown. The inner
radius of the toroid is a and the outer radius of the toroid is b . The thickness of the toroid is (ba). The current in the wire is I and there are N tu
Physics 152 Midterm Two Review Problems
PROBLEM ONE: (20PTS) Consider the current flowing through the
structure shown. Of interest is the magnetic field due to the current. Calculate the following in
terms of quantities given and relevant physical constan
Physics 152 WHW # 3 Sltns
Problem One: In the diagram below a point charge +Q is at the origin. It is
surrounded by a spherical conducting shell of inner radius a and outer radius b .
Answer the following in terms of quantities given or a subset thereof.
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Physics 152 Midterm One Spring 2012
Dr. Burke and Dr. Lu Class sections combined
Spring 2012
NAME
:
Sltns
DATE:
PROBLEM
ONE
TWO
THREE
FOUR
POINTS POSSIBLE
20
20
20
20
FIVE
20
TOTAL
100
1
Points Earned
Physics 152 Midterm One Spring 2012
PROBLEM ONE: An el
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Problem 1 (20 points)
1. Wire A, which is of the same length and material as wire B, has twice the diameter of
wire B. If the resistance of wire B is R, What is the resistance of wire A?
A) R
B) 2R
C) R/2
D) R
2. Ifa current of2.0 A is 2.0 A * 20 V 6 V
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of radius b . Compute the following in terms of relevant quant
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Problem 1: The circuit shown in the figure contains two batteries, each with an emf and an
internal resistance, and two resistors.
a)
b)
c)
d)
Find the magnitude
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PROBLEM ONE :
A first capacitor of capacitance C1 is initially
charged to a value Q .
(a) What is the initial voltage on the capacitor?
V = Q/C1
(b) What is the initial energy stored in the capacitor?
Q2/2C1
(c) The first charged
Physics 152 Written Homework # 2
Problem One: In the diagram below the inner sphere has radius a and charge per volume r . The
outer sphere has radius b and charge per volume
rn . Use Gauss law to answer the following.
(b)
?
What are the units of ?
(c)
(d
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TA grader initial
A solid conducting sphere with radius R carries a positive total charge Q. The
sphere is surrounded by an insulating shell with inner radius R and outer radius 2R.
I The insulating shell
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Maxwell
Physics 152L/162L
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Electricity and Magnetism
Laboratory Manual
Spring 2014
Department of Physics and Astronomy
University of Southern California
Los Angeles CA 900890484
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Acknowledgments
The current edition of this la
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EXP 5  Magnetic Fields and Deflecting Electrons
Physics 152
EXP 5 Review
This quick review of the lab is designed to help you remember some of the basic principles learned
in this experiment.
Reviews will be graded Pass/Fail only, but are require
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EXP 4 Directcurrent circuits
Physics 152
PART TWO: RESISTORS AND EQUIVALENT RESISTANCE
Carbon resistors in parallel and series
A typical carbon resistor contains graphite suspended in hardened glue. This is
surrounded by a hard plastic case with c
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EXP 3  Capacitors and Oscilloscopes
Physics 152
2  E : Turn the Channel 1 vertical position knob left and right and describe what
happens.
2  F : Note that the Channel 1 ground icon on the right side of the screen represents the
voltage of the g
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EXP 3  Capacitors and Oscilloscopes
Physics 152
represents t = 0 , or the time reference point. We will explain what the solidtriangle pair
represents later.
2  J : Press the Main/Delayed key, entering the Horizontal (Time) menu. Then press the
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farce, I say, in an unguarded moment of selfexpression that has no strategic
purpose and which, therefore, Ill doubtless regret within seconds. Why do
we bother to participat
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EXP 6  Magnetic Force
Physics 152
PHYS 152  EXP 6
Magnetic force I
Reminder: unless otherwise stated, include the error in
all measurements and calculations. See Appendix 4.
OVERVIEW
Today you will use a homemade apparatus to observe and measure
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EXP 5  Magnetic Fields and Deflecting Electrons
Physics 152
8. What is the direction of the magnetic field between your Helmholtz coils?
(A) Pointing outward.
(B) Pointing inward.
(C) Pointing up.
(D) In the same circular loop as the electrons tr
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Final Exam Review
Maxwells Equations:
Gausss
Law
Gausss
Law for
Magnetism
Amperes
Law
Faradays
Law
RC and RL Circuits (DC source)
Element
Voltage Difference
Inductor
Capacitor
(if current
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If Shallan went with Kabsal, maybe she could ask him what he knew
regarding Soulcasters. That wasnt what decided it for her, however, The truth
was, she needed to relax. Shed been so on edge lately, brain stuffed with
philosophy, ever
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stares at the floor. They say the battle stress broke your
mind. Maybe theyre right. I didnt consider that.
What is madness? she asked, sitting with one leg up against her chest,
vaporous skirt flickering around her calves and vanishing into mist.
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Midterm 1 Review
Coulombs Law
Force
Electric Field
Charge Distributions
General
Linear
Polar
Potential
Potential
Energy
Su
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3) (i6) ieint Charges. Conser tttree charges (#E,#2,#3) gtue to the corners of a square
of side L. Each charge has a mass m and a charge +q.
a) (+4) An identicat charge (#4) is brought to the fourth comer of the square from innity.
Caicuiate