MAGNETISM & EFFECTS ON
ELECTRON STREAM
AHMED HAMMOUD
FRANK R UDOWSKI
OMAR ALIADIRI
TEAM TESLA
PHYS. 232-70
ABSTRACT
The purpose of this lab was to classify different objects by their magnetic properties as well as determine
if a magnet would affect an ele
CALCULATING INDUCTANCE OF
SOLENOIDS
AHMED HAMMOUD
FRANK RUDOWSKI
OMAR ALJADERI
TEAM TESLA
P HYS . 232-70
ABSTRACT
The purpose of this experiment was to calculate the inductance values for individual solenoids and see if
the calculated equivalent inductanc
WELCOME !
Physics 232
General Information
The International System of Units (S.I.),
commonly referred to as the metric system is
used by all branches of science including physics
prefixes
in everyday use
in nearlySIevery
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Symbol
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OBSERVING COMPONENT COLORS OF
GASES
AHMED HAMMOUD
FRANK RUDOWSKI
OMAR ALJADERI
TEAM TESLA
P HYS . 232-70
ABSTRACT
The purpose of this experiment was to observe the color spectrum produced by different gases when
they were excited and calculate their resul
Proving Kirchhoffs Loop Law
Team Tesla
Physics 232
Abstract
We conduct an experiment to prove Kirchhoffs Loop Law concerning voltage drops and rises. Our testing
results in measurements and calculations that prove Kirchhoffs Loop Law
Introduction
Gustav K
INDIRECT MEASUREMENT OF
ENERGY ELECTRIC POTENTIAL
AKA
AHMED HAMMOUD
TEAM TESLA
PHYS. 232-70
ABSTRACT
The purpose of this lab was to investigate the current flow and voltages in series and parallel circuits
using Ohms law. We concluded that using Ohms law
Magnetism
Magnets
A
magnet is an object that produces
a magnetic field.
A magnetic dipole has both a north
and south pole.
All
known magnets are magnetic
dipoles.
A hypothetical magnetic monopole
would have either only a north pole
or only a south pole
1. Chapter 23, Concept Question 01
A A
_:.
- - 2
A surface has the area vector A = (2 + 3.9)? .
A
_,
(a) What is the flux of a uniform electric field through it if the eld is E = 4" N/C?
a. A A
81+ 12 N-mz/C
b- 20 N-mZ/C
0- 8 N-mz/C
d. A
El N-mZ/C
Answer:
1. *Chapter 21, Problem 003
What must be the distance in meters between point charge q1 = 27.3 HC and point charge q2 = -62.2 uC for the electrostatic
force between them to have a magnitude of 4.33 N?
2. *Chapter 21, Problem 006
Two equally charged partic
1. *Chapter 22, Problem 022
Density, density, density. (a) A charge -363e is uniformly distributed along a circular arc of radius 4.10 cm, which subtends
an angle of 73. What is the linear charge density along the arc? (b) A charge -363e is uniformly dist
e=1.6x10-19 C
1.
2 . A pair of spheres are to be touched together and then
separated. (a) what is the charge left on each sphere, (b) what
is the magnitude of the charge transferred during touching?
+7e
-25e
Chapter 16 Electric Forces and Fields
2. How many electrons does it take to make one coulomb of negative charge?
A. 1.00 109
B. 6.25 1018
C. 6.02 1023
D. 1.66 1018
E. 2.24 104
10. Two equal point charges are separated by a distance d. When the separation
Chapter 17 Electric Potential
1. Doubling both charges changes the potential energy for a pair of point charges by a factor of:
A. 2.
B. 4.
C. .
D. .
E. 1 (no change).
4. What is the distance between a -2.00 C charge and a -3.00 C charge if their potentia
Physics 2131
Physics 2131 is the laboratory co-requisites for Physics 2130. It meets once
each week for one hour and 50 minutes. The students are expected to be
prepared for the exercises and follow the general guidelines set down in the
Laboratory Manual
Wayne State University
Name:_ Date:_
Physics and Astronomy
General Physics
Partner:_ Section:_
Distance Car moves, x =_ m.
Mass of car:_kg.
Mass of car:_kg.
h1=
h2=
h3=
! =
!
A radar sends a radio signal of frequency 9 x 109 Hz towards an aircraft approaching the
radar. If the reflected wave shows a frequency shift of 3 X 103 Hz, the speed with which
the aircraft is approaching the radar in m/s is (velocity of radio signal is
Phys 2141
Jan 31, 2011 3PM
Equipotential Lines and Lines of Force
Purpose: The purpose of this experiment is to learn about the glow of current through extended
conductors by doing various tests and recording the results.
Procedure: We had to pick a few d
PHY 2140 Formula Sheet
Constants
c
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C
R
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Chapter 16
2.99 108 m/s
8.85 1012 N m2/C2
4 107 T m/A
1.60 1019 C
9.11 1031 kg
1.67 1027 kg
13.6 eV (Hydrogen)
52.9 pm
2.426 pm
1.097 107 m1
1.2 fm
1.66 1027 kg
1,.
A diverging lens of focal length 25 cm is placed 10 cm behind a converging
lens of focal length 15 cm., If the object is at infinity, where will the final
image form from the diverging lens?
Ans : S2 + + 6.25 cm ( behind the diverging lens)
2.
Two 20
Assume all charges are positive initially. In most of the cases the straight fingers can
represent v and curling fingers ( into the palm) represent B
In the problems below use either / both vector cross product and right hand rule
to get correct answers.
Chapter 19
Chapter 21
Constants
F = q v x B = q v B sin
= 2f
0 = 4 x 10-7T.m
A
L
F=I
xB= I
= NIAB sin
r = mv
qB
L B sin
v=E
B
B= oI
2r
f
Irms = Imax
2
Vrms = Vmax
2
Vrms = Irms R
XC = 1
=1
C
1eV = 1.6 X 10-19 J
c = 3 x 108 m/s
2f C
XL = L = 2f L
Vrms(C)
Multiple choice Questions for Practice
Chapter 18
100 m of a certain type of wire has a resistance of 7.2 . What is the resistance of
2.5 m of the same wire?
(11)
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
18
1.8
0.18
3.0
0.30
The resistance of a wire increases 3.9 %when the te
Chapter 19 MCQ
1. An electron is moving at 3x10 6 m/s at 40 o to a magnetic field of 0.80 T
What is the magnitude of force on the electron?
A.
4.8 x10-13 N
B.
3.8 x10-13 N
C.
2.9 x10-13 N
D.
2.5 x10-13 N
E.
1.2 x10-13 N
Ans D
2. An electron is moving at 2
1. A 12.6 V battery is in series with a 30.0 mH inductor and 0.150 ohm resistor connected through
a switch. When the switch is closed at t =o, find time constant of the circuit( ans: 0,2 s)
Find the current after 1 time constant has elapsed ( ans: 53.1 A)
Question 1
The Hoover Dam is 726.4 ft tall, 45 ft wide at
the top, and 660 ft wide at the base.
Why is it so much wider at the base?
A) The force per unit area is greater at the
bottom than at the top.
B) The water pressure at the bottom is
greater than a
PHY2180/2185
Exam 1B
Oct. 6, 2016
LAST NAME: _ FIRST NAME: _
(Print)
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(e.g. ab1234)
Instructions:
1) Print your name and ID number at the top. Indicate on the scantron sheet which exam
you have (A or B) by marking either A or
PHY2180/85 F2016
Exam 1 General Study Guide
Chapter 21. Coulombs Law
Know all of the material in this chapter:
Positive and negative charge; conductors and insulators; Coulombs Law; finding
the net force; charge quantization and conservation
Chapter 22. E
Irena Muco
BE 1500 Fall 2016
Extra Credit
Going to the Ford drive in movie theater was something fun and relaxing I did over the
weekend. It doesnt sound like the most exciting thing, but it kinda is when you havnt been to
the movies from the beginning of
BE 1500 Fall 2016
Final Project
Engineers utilize machine learning (a form of artificial intelligence) to determine patterns in
large data sets and create predictive models based off historical data. MATLAB is a convenient
tool in machine learning as it i