lew (dl9564) hw 7 Opyrchal (121006) This print-out should have 9 questions. Multiple-choice questions may continue on the next column or page nd all choices before answering. 001 (part 1 of 2) 10.0 points What is the current in a 6.72 resistor c
Physics 121 Honors
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Final Exam
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Spring 2003
Closed book exam. Only one 8.5 11 formula sheet (front and back side) can be used. Calculators are allowed. Use the scantron forms (pencil only!) for the multiple choice problems. Circle the answers
Rana, Rishiraj Homework 2 Due: Feb 5 2008, noon Inst: Vitaly
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Forces between two objects which are inversely proportional to the square of the distance between the objects include which of
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Lab 201: Electric Field by Point Charges
Name: William Savastano, Pierre Damis Objective: To Compute electric field caused by point charge using Matlab. Theoretical Background: Charges can generate Electric field around them. Calculation Result: > clear >
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Felder, Jacob Homework 11 Due: Nov 28 2006, 9:00 pm Inst: Vitaly This print-out should have 11 questions. Multiple-choice questions may continue on the next column or page nd all choices before answering. The due time is Central time. 001 (part 1
Lab 202: Numerical Verification of Gausss Law:
PHYS 121A-103
Michal Jakobik
10/5/16
Prof. Lao
Objective:
To verify Gausss Law numerically for different surfaces and to verify that the integral over the
surface multiplied by 0 is the value of the enclosed
Lab 210: Magnetic Field of Helmholtz Coils- Biot-Savart Law
Michal Jakobik
11/24/16
Prof. Lao
Objective:
To understand the equations of Biot-Savart law about magnetic field created by a
circular current loop.
To measure the magnetic field strength of a si
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Overview
What Produces Magnetic Field
The Definition of B. Force on a moving Charge
Crossed Fields: Discovery of the Electron
A Charged Particle Circulating in a Magnetic Field
Cyclotron Frequency
The Mass Spectrometer and C
Lab 205: Parallel Plate Capacitor:
PHYS 121A-103
Michal Jakobik
10/19/16
Prof. Luo
Objective:
To understand the principle of a parallel plate capacitor and to measure the value of its
capacitance.
Theoretical Background:
The capacitance C
k 0 A
of a paral
Lab 201: Electric Field by Point Charges
PHYS 121A-103
Michal Jakobik
9/29/16
Prof. Lao
Objective:
To compute electric field and corresponding field lines formed by point charges using MATLAB.
Theoretical Background:
Coulombs Law
q s q r 2
r
Fe =k e
Ele
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Magnetic fields are due to currents
The Biot-Savart Law
Calculating field at the centers of current loops
Field due to a long straight wire
Force between two parallel wires carrying currents
Amperes Law
Solenoids and toroid
Lab 203: Electric Potential and Electric Field
PHYS 121A-103
Michal Jakobik
10/11/16
Prof. Luo
Objective:
Calculate and plot the electric potential and the electric field due to three different charge
configurations using MATLAB. For each charge configura
Lab 217 RC Circuits
Michal Jakobik
PHYS 121A-103
11/10/16
Prof.Luo
Objective:
To observe and analyze the voltage across a capacitor VC as a function of time t in a
circuit containing a resistor and capacitor connected in series.
Theoretical Background:
Pa
Lab 216: Circuit Analysis by Kirchoffs Rules
Michal Jakobik
11/2/16
Prof. Lao
Objective:
To predict and measure currents and voltages in electric circuits using Kirchoffs Junction
Rule.
Theoretical Background:
Junction Rule At any junction, the algebraic
Lab 215: Ohms Law Current, Voltage, and Resistance Measurement:
PHYS 121A-103
Michal Jakobik
10/26/16
Prof. Luo
Objective:
To learn to measure current with an ammeter, voltage with a voltmeter, and resistance
with an ohmmeter.
To study the properties of O
Recap & Definition of Electric Field
Electric Field Lines
Charges in External Electric Fields
Field due to a Point Charge
Field Lines for Superpositions of Charges
Field of an Electric Dipole
Electric Dipole in an External Field: Torque
and Potential Ene
Kirchoffs Rules
Multi-Loop Circuit Examples
RC Circuits
Charging a Capacitor
Discharging a Capacitor
Discharging Solution of the RC Circuit
Differential Equation
The Time Constant
Examples
Charging Solution of the RC Circuit
Differential Equation
Featu
Syllabus, rules, assignments, exams, etc.
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Course content overview
Scalar and vector fields in math and physics
Gravitation as an example of a vector field
Gravitational flux, shell theorems, flow fields
Methods for calculating fields
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Gaussian Surfaces
Flux Example: Flowing Water
Flux of an Electric Field
Gauss Law
Gauss Law Near a Dipole
A Charged, Isolated Conductor
Gauss Law: Charged Conducting Infinite Sheet
Spherical Symmetry: Conducting Shell with
1
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Electric Potential Energy versus Electric Potential
Calculating the Potential from the Field
Potential due to a Point Charge
Equipotential Surfaces
Calculating the Field from the Potential
Potentials on, within, and near
History
Electromagnetism
Electric Charge
Quantization of Charge
Structure of Matter
Conductors and Insulators
Conservation of Charge
Coulombs Law Force
Shell Theorem
Examples
Summary
Electricity and Magnetism
Lecture 2 - Electric Charge
Physics 121 - SJ
Overview
Definition of Capacitance
Calculating the Capacitance
Capacitors in Parallel and Series
Energy Stored in an Electric Field
Atomic Physics View of Dielectrics
Electric Dipole in an Electric Field
Capacitor with a Dielectric
Dielectrics and Gauss
Lab 217: RC Circuits
Physics 121A-H04
6 April 2015
Purpose
The purpose of this lab is to observe and analyze the voltage across a capacitor as a function of
time in a circuit containing a resistor and a capacitor connected in series.
Theory
At t=0, the sw
Lab 202: Numerical Verification of Gausss Law
Physsics 121A-H04
23 February 2015
Purpose
Using MATLAB software, the lab was designed to evaluate Gausss Law Numerically for
different surfaces and verify that the integral over the surface multiplied by
the
1
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Circuits and Currents
Electric Current i
Current Density J
Drift Speed
Resistance, Resistivity, Conductivity
Ohms Law
Power in Electric Circuits
Examples
Kirchoffs Rules applied to Circuits
EMFs - Pumping Charges
Work,
Lab 210: Magnetic Field of Helmholtz Coils Bio-Savart Law
Physics 121A-H04
27 April 2015
Purpose
This lab was designed to study the magnetic field on the axis of a coil and relate this to the
geometry of a coaxial pair of coils applying Biot-Savart Law.
T
Lab 216: Circuit Analysis by Kirchhoffs Rules
Physics 121A-H04
30 March 2015
Purpose
This lab was designed to predict and measure currents and voltages in electric currents using
Kirchhoffs Junction Rule.
Theory
Kirchhoffs two rules are the junction and l
Lab 212: Measurement of e/m for an Electron
Michal Jakobik
11/17/16
Prof. Lao
Objective:
To measure the charge to mass ratio e/m for an electron
Theoretical Background:
When an electron is accelerated from rest through a potential difference V, from the
e
Physics 121 - Electricity and Magnetism
Lecture 2 - Electric Charge
Y&F Chapter 21, Sec. 1 - 3
History
Electromagnetism
Electric Charge
Quantization of Charge
Structure of Matter
Conservation of Charge
Conductors and Insulators
Coulombs Law Force
Shell Th