Chapter 27: Early Quantum
Physics and the Photon
Blackbody Radiation
The Photoelectric Effect
X-ray Production
Compton Scattering
Early Models of the Atom
The Bohr Model for the Hydrogen Atom
Pair Production/Annihilation
1
27.1 Quantization
A quantity is
Chapter 20 Electromagnetic Induction
Student: _
1. A metal rod of length (L) moves with velocity (v), perpendicular to its length, in a magnetic field B, which is
perpendicular to both the rod and its velocity. If the length of the rod is doubled, what ha
Chapter 18 Electric Current and Circuits
3. When a current flows down a wire:
A. electrons are moving in the direction of the current.
B. electrons are moving opposite the direction of the current.
C. protons are moving in the direction of the current.
D.
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Chapter 29: Nuclear Physics
The Nucleus
Binding Energy
Radioactivity
Half-life
Biological Effects of Radiation
Induced Nuclear Reactions
Fission and Fusion
1
29.1 Nuclear Structure
The atomic nucleus is composed of neutrons and protons.
These particles ar
Chapter 25: Interference and
Diffraction
Constructive and Destructive Interference
The Michelson Interferometer
Thin Films
Youngs Double Slit Experiment
Gratings
Diffraction
Resolution of Optical Instruments
1
Geometric optics: useful approximation
when
Chapter 19: Magnetic Forces and
Fields
Magnetic Fields
Magnetic Force on a Point Charge
Motion of a Charged Particle in a Magnetic Field
Crossed E and B fields
Magnetic Forces on Current Carrying Wires
Torque on a Current Loop
Magnetic Field Due to a Curr
Chapter 23: Reflection and
Refraction of Light
Huygenss Principle
Reflection
Refraction
Total Internal Reflection
Polarization by Reflection
Formation of Images
Plane Mirrors
Spherical Mirrors
Thin Lenses
1
Light is a type of wave.
Geometric optics is an
Chapter 20: Electromagnetic
Induction
Motional EMF
Faradays Law
Lenzs Law
Inductance and Inductors
LR Circuits
1
20.1 Motional EMF
Consider a conductor in a B-field moving to the right.
V
2
FB = q(v B)
An electron in the conductor
experiences a
Chapter 16: Electric Forces and Fields
Coulombs Law
F=
k q1 q2
k = 8.99 109 Nm2 /C2
r2
1
where k =
4 0
and 0 = 8.85 10 12 C2 /Nm2
and 0 is called the permittivity of free space.
Electric Field
Fe = qE
E=
Fe k Q
= 2
q
r
E net = E i
i
Gausss Law
flux = e =
Chapter 22: Electromagnetic
Waves
Production of EM waves
Maxwells Equations
Antennae
The EM Spectrum
Speed of EM Waves
Energy Transport
Polarization
Doppler Effect
1
22.1 Maxwells Equations and EM
Waves
A stationary charge produces an electric field.
A ch
Chapter 21: Alternating Currents
Sinusoidal Voltages and Currents
Capacitors, Resistors, and Inductors in AC Circuits
1
21.1 Sinusoidal Currents and
Voltage
A power supply can be set to give an EMF of form:
(t ) = 0 sin t
This EMF is time dependent, has
Chapter 28 Quantum Physics
Student: _
1. If an electron is accelerated from rest through a potential difference of 100 V, what is its de Broglie
wavelength?
A. 2.55 10-9 m
B. 1.23 10-10 m
C. 0.529 10-10 m
D. 8.67 10-9 m
E. 1.20 10-15 m
2. If the momentum
Chapter 27 Early Quantum Physics and the Photon
Student: _
1. A problem with the classical theory for radiation from a blackbody was that the theory predicted too much
radiation in the _ wavelengths.
A. ultraviolet
B. visible
C. infrared
D. microwave
E. r
Chapter 29 Nuclear Physics
Student: _
1. The particles in the nucleus referred to as nucleons are:
A. electrons and protons.
B. protons and neutrons.
C. neutrons and electrons.
D. electrons and photons.
E. photons and protons.
2. A nuclide whose "generic"
Chapter 28: Quantum Physics
Wave-Particle Duality
Matter Waves
The Electron Microscope
The Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle
Wave Functions for a Confined Particle
The Hydrogen Atom
The Pauli Exclusion Principle
Electron Energy Levels in a Solid
The Laser
Chapter 16: Electric Forces and Fields
Coulombs Law
F=
k q1 q2
k = 8.99 109 Nm2 /C2
r2
1
where k =
4 0
and 0 = 8.85 10 12 C2 /Nm2
and 0 is called the permittivity of free space.
Electric Field
Fe = qE
E=
Fe k Q
= 2
q
r
E net = E i
i
Gausss Law
flux = e =
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PHY 2130 Exam—1A Oct 9, 2015
Fall 2015
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3. If the temperature of 2.000 moles of an ideal gas is increased by 50°C, then what is the increase in the total
intenial energy?
A. 1,247 J
B. 1,980 J
C. 2,250 J
D. 2.750 J
E. 3,030 J
5. Which of the following is not included in the internal energy of a
Chapter 3 - Multiple Choice Homework
Question 1:
A bug starts at point A, crawls 8.0 cm east, then 5.0 cm south, 3.0 cm west, and 4.0 cm
north to point B. (a) How far north and east is B from A? (b) Find the displacement from
A to B both graphically and a
Chapter 11 Waves
Student: _
1. A sound source of 100 watts radiates sound uniformly in all directions. The intensity of the sound at a
distance of 4.00 m is:
A. 0.301 W/m2.
B. 0.353 W/m2.
C. 0.497 W/m2.
D. 0.535 W/m2.
E. 0.621 W/m2.
4. A string is stretch
Chapter 9 Fluids
4. Water has a density of 1000 kg/m3. The column of water that would produce a pressure of 1.0135 105 N/m2
is:
A. 7.3300 m.
B. 9.8200 m.
C. 10.340 m.
D. 15.720 m.
E. 20.010 in.
8. The car lift in a gas station operates with an air pressur
CHM 2220 T Th - Fall 2016
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Chapter 23 Reflection and Refraction of Light
3. A light ray reflects from a surface. If the angle of incidence is 24, what is the angle between the reflected ray
and the incident ray at the surface?
A. 24
B. 12
C. 66
D. 48
E. 102
5. A light ray in air st