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School: Syracuse
School: Syracuse
Course: GENERAL PHYSICS I
PHY 101 General Physics Introduction Notes 2 Velocity- a measure of the speed of an object AND the direction it is moving in space On the escalator, passengers are moving at the same constant speed, but they are moving in different directions Velocity can
School: Syracuse
Course: GENERAL PHYSICS I
PHY 101 General Physics Introduction Notes 4 Energy cannot be created or destroyed, it can only change forms Energy- the capacity of a system to do work Heat (thermal) Mechanical Kinetic/potential Light Electrical Chemical Kinetic Energy- the energy a mov
School: Syracuse
Course: GENERAL PHYSICS I
PHY 101 General Physics Notes 2 The physical laws pertaining to momentum and energy obey the fundamental postulate of relativity For a group of particles, we would sum over their individual momenta and energies, but that would not change the above stateme
School: Syracuse
Course: GENERAL PHYSICS I
PHY 101 General Physics Notes 1 Postulates of special relativity The Principle of Relativity- all the laws of physics have the same form in inertial reference frames Covariance applies to electromagnetism as well as to mechanics The Constancy of the Speed
School: Syracuse
Course: GENERAL PHYSICS I
PHY 101 General Physics Newtons Third Law of Motion Formally stated, Newton's third law is: For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. A force is a push or a pull that acts upon an object as a results of its interaction with another object
School: Syracuse
Course: GENERAL PHYSICS I
PHY 101 General Physics Introduction Notes 2 Velocity- a measure of the speed of an object AND the direction it is moving in space On the escalator, passengers are moving at the same constant speed, but they are moving in different directions Velocity can
School: Syracuse
Course: GENERAL PHYSICS I
PHY 101 General Physics Introduction Notes 4 Energy cannot be created or destroyed, it can only change forms Energy- the capacity of a system to do work Heat (thermal) Mechanical Kinetic/potential Light Electrical Chemical Kinetic Energy- the energy a mov
School: Syracuse
Course: GENERAL PHYSICS I
PHY 101 General Physics Notes 2 The physical laws pertaining to momentum and energy obey the fundamental postulate of relativity For a group of particles, we would sum over their individual momenta and energies, but that would not change the above stateme
School: Syracuse
Course: GENERAL PHYSICS I
PHY 101 General Physics Notes 1 Postulates of special relativity The Principle of Relativity- all the laws of physics have the same form in inertial reference frames Covariance applies to electromagnetism as well as to mechanics The Constancy of the Speed
School: Syracuse
Course: GENERAL PHYSICS I
PHY 101 General Physics Newtons Third Law of Motion Formally stated, Newton's third law is: For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. A force is a push or a pull that acts upon an object as a results of its interaction with another object
School: Syracuse
Course: General Physics II
PHY212 GeneralPhysics IntroductionNotes2 VelocityameasureofthespeedofanobjectANDthedirectionitismovingin space Ontheescalator,passengersaremovingatthesameconstantspeed, but theyaremovingindifferentdirections Velocitycanchangeevenifspeedisremainingconstant
School: Syracuse
School: Syracuse
Course: Quantum Mechanics I
PHY-661 Quantum Mechanics I Final Exam Prof. C. Armendariz-Picon December 13, 2012 Problem 1 Consider the harmonic oscillator. 1. Show that the expectation value of the potential energy in an energy eigenstate equals the expectation value of the kinetic e
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Course: Quantum Mechanics I
PHY-661 Quantum Mechanics I Midterm Exam Prof. C. Armendariz-Picon October 18, 2012 Problem 1 1. Show that |A| in your proof. = |A | . Please make sure to justify each step 2. Show that [A A ]2 = A2 A 2 . 3. Let A be an hermitian operator. Show that exp(i
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Course: Physics II
Lab Practical Final Exam: Angular Momentum March 2012 Topic of Investigation: The effect on angular momentum by changing mass Table of Contents 10 points 20 points 20 points 10 points 20 points 20 points 0. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Introduction Activity #1: Activit
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Course: Quantum Field Theory II
Quantum Field Theory II Problem Set 5 Prof. C. Armendariz-Picon Due Oct. 9, 2008 Exercise 18: Eective action in the presence of a background eld Consider the generator of connected correlation functions in the presence of a (not necessarily constant) back
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Course: Quantum Field Theory II
Quantum Field Theory II Problem Set 1 Prof. C. Armendariz-Picon Due Sept. 11, 2006 Exercise 1: Statistics and Gaussian integrals In this problem set we explore dierent properties of Gaussian integrals. They will be the foundation of our evaluation of path
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Course: Quantum Field Theory II
Quantum Field Theory II Problem Set 3 Prof. C. Armendariz-Picon Due Sept. 25, 2006 Exercise 10: Radiative corrections in 4 Write down (but do not try to calculate explicitly) all the radiative corrections to the propagator to 2nd order in in the theory 1
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Course: Quantum Field Theory II
Quantum Field Theory II Problem Set 12 Prof. C. Armendariz-Picon Due Dec. 4, 2008 Exercise 33: Weyl Spinor Lagrangian Verify that the Lagrangian 1 1 L = i m m 2 2 (1) leads to a real action. Exercise 34: Weyl spinors Verify that the Dirac Lagrangian L =
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Course: Quantum Field Theory II
Quantum Field Theory II Problem Set 2 Prof. C. Armendariz-Picon Due Sept. 18, 2006 Exercise 4: Projecting onto the out-vacuum Show that out (t t out ) f lim tf (1i ) f , tf | = f |0out eiE0 and out (t t out ) f e E0 0out |U (tout , t0 ) 0out |U (tout , t0
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Course: Quantum Field Theory II
Quantum Field Theory II Problem Set 4 Prof. C. Armendariz-Picon Due Oct. 2, 2006 Exercise 15: The Coleman-Weinberg potential Use d d p E f (p 2 ) = E 2 d/2 (d/2) dpE pd1 f (p2 ) E E (1) to show that the cut-o one-loop contribution to the eective potential
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Course: General Physics II Laboratory
PHY222 General Physics Laboratory II (Fall 2008) Introduction The purpose of this course is to provide students with intuition about elementary subjects of general physics. The relevant subjects are covered in the PHY212 lecture course. It may happen
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PHY 212: General Physics II Electricity, Magnetism, & Light Spring 2012 Course Syllabus Contents Introduction . 1 Course Details . 2 Textbooks and Mastering Physics Information. 2 Calendar (including quiz and exam dates) . 3 Assignments, exams, and gradin
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School: Syracuse
Course: GENERAL PHYSICS I
PHY 101 General Physics Introduction Notes 2 Velocity- a measure of the speed of an object AND the direction it is moving in space On the escalator, passengers are moving at the same constant speed, but they are moving in different directions Velocity can
School: Syracuse
Course: GENERAL PHYSICS I
PHY 101 General Physics Introduction Notes 4 Energy cannot be created or destroyed, it can only change forms Energy- the capacity of a system to do work Heat (thermal) Mechanical Kinetic/potential Light Electrical Chemical Kinetic Energy- the energy a mov
School: Syracuse
Course: GENERAL PHYSICS I
PHY 101 General Physics Notes 2 The physical laws pertaining to momentum and energy obey the fundamental postulate of relativity For a group of particles, we would sum over their individual momenta and energies, but that would not change the above stateme
School: Syracuse
Course: GENERAL PHYSICS I
PHY 101 General Physics Notes 1 Postulates of special relativity The Principle of Relativity- all the laws of physics have the same form in inertial reference frames Covariance applies to electromagnetism as well as to mechanics The Constancy of the Speed
School: Syracuse
Course: GENERAL PHYSICS I
PHY 101 General Physics Newtons Third Law of Motion Formally stated, Newton's third law is: For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. A force is a push or a pull that acts upon an object as a results of its interaction with another object
School: Syracuse
Course: General Physics II
PHY212 GeneralPhysics IntroductionNotes2 VelocityameasureofthespeedofanobjectANDthedirectionitismovingin space Ontheescalator,passengersaremovingatthesameconstantspeed, but theyaremovingindifferentdirections Velocitycanchangeevenifspeedisremainingconstant
School: Syracuse
Course: General Physics II
PHY 212 General Physics Introduction Notes Motion- any physical movement or change in position or place, relative to a reference point Distance- how far an object has moved Measured in meters, kilometers (cm or mm) Displacement- the distance of a bodys ch
School: Syracuse
Course: General Physics II
PHY212 GeneralPhysics IntroductionNotes3 Forceapushorapull Itcanchangethemovementofanobject Sometimesforcesareobvious,butnotalways Ex:canyoufeeltheforceoftheatmospherepushingdownonyour body? BalancedForceforcesthatareequalinsizeandinoppositedirections(no
School: Syracuse
Course: General Physics II
PHY212 GeneralPhysics IntroductionNotes4 Energycannotbecreatedordestroyed,itcanonlychangeforms Energythecapacityofasystemtodowork Heat(thermal) Mechanical Kinetic/potential Light Electrical Chemical KineticEnergytheenergyamovingobjecthasbecauseofitsmotion
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Course: General Physics II
PHY 212 General Physics Notes 3 The residuals contain important information. In particular, they tell us about the early history of structure (galaxy cluster) formation and the like. In particular, they tell us something about dark matter and dark energy.
School: Syracuse
Course: General Physics II
PHY 212 General Physics Newtons First Law Assignment Newton's first law of motion is often stated as: An object at rest stays at rest and an object in motion stays in motion with the same speed and in the same direction unless acted upon by an unbalanced
School: Syracuse
Course: General Physics II
PHY212 GeneralPhysics NewtonsSecondLawAssignment Newton'ssecondlawofmotioncanbeformallystatedasfollows: Theaccelerationofanobjectasproducedbyanetforceisdirectlyproportionaltothe magnitudeofthenetforce,inthesamedirectionasthenetforce,andinversely proportio
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Course: Biological And Medical Physics
1/21/2014 PHY 315 Spring 2014 Lecture 3 Timeframes In Biological Systems Prof. Liviu Movileanu E-mail: lmovilea@syr.edu; Phone: 443-8078 21 21th January, 2014 Copyright Garland Science 2014 Copyright Syracuse University 2014 Biological and Medical Physics
School: Syracuse
Course: Biological And Medical Physics
1/14/2014 PHY 315 Spring 2014 Welcome to Biological and Medical Physics Prof. Liviu Movileanu E-mail: lmovilea@syr.edu; Phone: 443-8078 Lecture Lecture 1 The Facts of Life 14th January, 2014 Copyright Garland Science 2014 Copyright Syracuse University 201
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Course: Biological And Medical Physics
1/27/2014 PHY 315 Spring 2014 Lecture 4 The choice of a model system Prof. Liviu Movileanu E-mail: lmovilea@syr.edu; Phone: 443-8078 23 23rd January, 2014 Copyright Garland Science 2014 Copyright Syracuse University 2014 Biological and Medical Physics - L
School: Syracuse
Course: Biological And Medical Physics
PHY 315 Spring 2014 Lecture 2 Quantitative Estimates and Molecular Design In Biological Systems Prof. Liviu Movileanu E-mail: lmovilea@syr.edu; Phone: 443-8078 16st January, 2014 Copyright Garland Science 2014 Copyright Syracuse University 2014 Biological
School: Syracuse
Course: Biological And Medical Physics
Chapter 2 Biological Structures: Rulers at Many Dierent Scales 2.1 Revisiting the E. coli mass We made a simple estimate of the mass of an E. coli cell by assuming that such cells have the same density of water. However, a more reasonable estimate is that
School: Syracuse
Course: Quantum Field Theory II
Quantum Field Theory II Problem Set 5 Prof. C. Armendariz-Picon Due Oct. 9, 2008 Exercise 18: Eective action in the presence of a background eld Consider the generator of connected correlation functions in the presence of a (not necessarily constant) back
School: Syracuse
Course: Quantum Field Theory II
Quantum Field Theory II Problem Set 1 Prof. C. Armendariz-Picon Due Sept. 11, 2006 Exercise 1: Statistics and Gaussian integrals In this problem set we explore dierent properties of Gaussian integrals. They will be the foundation of our evaluation of path
School: Syracuse
Course: Quantum Field Theory II
Quantum Field Theory II Problem Set 3 Prof. C. Armendariz-Picon Due Sept. 25, 2006 Exercise 10: Radiative corrections in 4 Write down (but do not try to calculate explicitly) all the radiative corrections to the propagator to 2nd order in in the theory 1
School: Syracuse
Course: Quantum Field Theory II
Quantum Field Theory II Problem Set 12 Prof. C. Armendariz-Picon Due Dec. 4, 2008 Exercise 33: Weyl Spinor Lagrangian Verify that the Lagrangian 1 1 L = i m m 2 2 (1) leads to a real action. Exercise 34: Weyl spinors Verify that the Dirac Lagrangian L =
School: Syracuse
Course: Quantum Field Theory II
Quantum Field Theory II Problem Set 2 Prof. C. Armendariz-Picon Due Sept. 18, 2006 Exercise 4: Projecting onto the out-vacuum Show that out (t t out ) f lim tf (1i ) f , tf | = f |0out eiE0 and out (t t out ) f e E0 0out |U (tout , t0 ) 0out |U (tout , t0
School: Syracuse
Course: Quantum Field Theory II
Quantum Field Theory II Problem Set 4 Prof. C. Armendariz-Picon Due Oct. 2, 2006 Exercise 15: The Coleman-Weinberg potential Use d d p E f (p 2 ) = E 2 d/2 (d/2) dpE pd1 f (p2 ) E E (1) to show that the cut-o one-loop contribution to the eective potential
School: Syracuse
Course: Quantum Field Theory II
Quantum Field Theory II Problem Set 6 Prof. C. Armendariz-Picon Due Oct. 16, 2008 Exercise 21: Vector eld propagator Calculate the momentum-space propagator of a vector eld 1 1 L = F F m2 A A , 4 2 (1) using the path integral approach. Exercise 22: Vector
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Course: Quantum Field Theory II
Quantum Field Theory II Problem Set 7 Prof. C. Armendariz-Picon Due Oct. 23, 2008 Exercise 25: Kllen-Lehman representation a Prove the equation 1 (2 )3 d3 p [(x0 y 0 )eip(xy) + (y 0 x0 )eip(xy) ] = 0 2p eip(xy) d4 p . (2 )4 p2 + 2 i (1) On the right-hand-
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Course: Quantum Field Theory II
Quantum Field Theory II Problem Set 12 Prof. C. Armendariz-Picon Due Dec. 11, 2008 Exercise 39: Feynman rules in non-Abelian gauge theories The gauge-xed Yang-Mills Lagrangian is 1 1 Lmod = F F A A + , 4 2 (1) F = A A + g C A A . (2) where Find the gauge
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Course: Quantum Field Theory II
Quantum Field Theory II Problem Set 10 Prof. C. Armendariz-Picon Due Nov. 20, 2008 Exercise 32: Low energy calculations In exercise 30 you have calculated the leading contribution to elastic scattering of Goldstone bosons, which is of order (E/M )4 (E sta
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Course: Quantum Field Theory II
Quantum Field Theory II Problem Set 9 Prof. C. Armendariz-Picon Due Nov. 13, 2008 Exercise 29: Universality of function coecients Show that the rst two coecients of the function are universal, that is, they do not depend on the precise nature of the renor
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Course: Introduction To Solid State Physics
PHY576, Solid State Physics, Spring 2013, Middleton (second half of course) KEY - Homework Set #11 Due Tuesday, April 29, start of class (2 PM) NOTES: The nal examination is on Tuesday, May 7 at 10:15 AM in this room (208 Physics). There will be two more
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Course: Introduction To Solid State Physics
Problem Set 9 - Solutions PHY 576, Due Friday, April 12, 2013 at 3pm April 14, 2013 1. Square lattice, free electron energies (a) Show for a simple square lattice in two dimensions that the kinetic energy of a free electron at a corner of the rst zone is
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Course: Introduction To Solid State Physics
PHY576, Solid State Physics, Spring 2013, Middleton (second half of course) KEY - Homework Set #10 Due Tuesday, April 22, start of class (2 PM) Explain your reasoning in submitting the answers to the following. If you used a source (a web page, another pe
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Course: GENERAL PHYSICS I
PHY 101 General Physics Introduction Notes 2 Velocity- a measure of the speed of an object AND the direction it is moving in space On the escalator, passengers are moving at the same constant speed, but they are moving in different directions Velocity can
School: Syracuse
Course: GENERAL PHYSICS I
PHY 101 General Physics Introduction Notes 4 Energy cannot be created or destroyed, it can only change forms Energy- the capacity of a system to do work Heat (thermal) Mechanical Kinetic/potential Light Electrical Chemical Kinetic Energy- the energy a mov
School: Syracuse
Course: GENERAL PHYSICS I
PHY 101 General Physics Notes 2 The physical laws pertaining to momentum and energy obey the fundamental postulate of relativity For a group of particles, we would sum over their individual momenta and energies, but that would not change the above stateme
School: Syracuse
Course: GENERAL PHYSICS I
PHY 101 General Physics Notes 1 Postulates of special relativity The Principle of Relativity- all the laws of physics have the same form in inertial reference frames Covariance applies to electromagnetism as well as to mechanics The Constancy of the Speed
School: Syracuse
Course: GENERAL PHYSICS I
PHY 101 General Physics Newtons Third Law of Motion Formally stated, Newton's third law is: For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. A force is a push or a pull that acts upon an object as a results of its interaction with another object
School: Syracuse
Course: General Physics II
PHY212 GeneralPhysics IntroductionNotes2 VelocityameasureofthespeedofanobjectANDthedirectionitismovingin space Ontheescalator,passengersaremovingatthesameconstantspeed, but theyaremovingindifferentdirections Velocitycanchangeevenifspeedisremainingconstant
School: Syracuse
Course: General Physics II
PHY 212 General Physics Introduction Notes Motion- any physical movement or change in position or place, relative to a reference point Distance- how far an object has moved Measured in meters, kilometers (cm or mm) Displacement- the distance of a bodys ch
School: Syracuse
Course: General Physics II
PHY212 GeneralPhysics IntroductionNotes3 Forceapushorapull Itcanchangethemovementofanobject Sometimesforcesareobvious,butnotalways Ex:canyoufeeltheforceoftheatmospherepushingdownonyour body? BalancedForceforcesthatareequalinsizeandinoppositedirections(no
School: Syracuse
Course: General Physics II
PHY212 GeneralPhysics IntroductionNotes4 Energycannotbecreatedordestroyed,itcanonlychangeforms Energythecapacityofasystemtodowork Heat(thermal) Mechanical Kinetic/potential Light Electrical Chemical KineticEnergytheenergyamovingobjecthasbecauseofitsmotion
School: Syracuse
Course: General Physics II
PHY 212 General Physics Notes 3 The residuals contain important information. In particular, they tell us about the early history of structure (galaxy cluster) formation and the like. In particular, they tell us something about dark matter and dark energy.
School: Syracuse
Course: General Physics II
PHY 212 General Physics Newtons First Law Assignment Newton's first law of motion is often stated as: An object at rest stays at rest and an object in motion stays in motion with the same speed and in the same direction unless acted upon by an unbalanced
School: Syracuse
Course: General Physics II
PHY212 GeneralPhysics NewtonsSecondLawAssignment Newton'ssecondlawofmotioncanbeformallystatedasfollows: Theaccelerationofanobjectasproducedbyanetforceisdirectlyproportionaltothe magnitudeofthenetforce,inthesamedirectionasthenetforce,andinversely proportio
School: Syracuse
Course: Biological And Medical Physics
1/21/2014 PHY 315 Spring 2014 Lecture 3 Timeframes In Biological Systems Prof. Liviu Movileanu E-mail: lmovilea@syr.edu; Phone: 443-8078 21 21th January, 2014 Copyright Garland Science 2014 Copyright Syracuse University 2014 Biological and Medical Physics
School: Syracuse
Course: Biological And Medical Physics
1/14/2014 PHY 315 Spring 2014 Welcome to Biological and Medical Physics Prof. Liviu Movileanu E-mail: lmovilea@syr.edu; Phone: 443-8078 Lecture Lecture 1 The Facts of Life 14th January, 2014 Copyright Garland Science 2014 Copyright Syracuse University 201
School: Syracuse
Course: Biological And Medical Physics
1/27/2014 PHY 315 Spring 2014 Lecture 4 The choice of a model system Prof. Liviu Movileanu E-mail: lmovilea@syr.edu; Phone: 443-8078 23 23rd January, 2014 Copyright Garland Science 2014 Copyright Syracuse University 2014 Biological and Medical Physics - L
School: Syracuse
Course: Biological And Medical Physics
PHY 315 Spring 2014 Lecture 2 Quantitative Estimates and Molecular Design In Biological Systems Prof. Liviu Movileanu E-mail: lmovilea@syr.edu; Phone: 443-8078 16st January, 2014 Copyright Garland Science 2014 Copyright Syracuse University 2014 Biological
School: Syracuse
Course: Biological And Medical Physics
Chapter 2 Biological Structures: Rulers at Many Dierent Scales 2.1 Revisiting the E. coli mass We made a simple estimate of the mass of an E. coli cell by assuming that such cells have the same density of water. However, a more reasonable estimate is that
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Entropy is a measure of disorder at an atomic level that helps us explain some basic observation about the world. - When you stir a cup of coffee, the cream mixes in. This is then irreversible, and you can not separate the cream and coffee again. - Higher
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Review This Fridays office hours: Usual time: 1400-1600 this Friday (12/9) Room 208 (Physics Bldg) Review and final preparation + Time for your questions This class Review Magnetism Magnetic field The magnets are cut out. Is the shown configuration
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Course: Relativity & Cosmology
Notes on Relativity and Cosmology for PHY312 Donald Marolf Physics Department, Syracuse University c January 2001 2 Contents Table of Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Preface A letter of introduction How to use these n
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Physics 101: How the "world" works I 8/29/07 Notes for Physics 101 Position -Position tells us where an object is in space -Graphically, first choose a reference point, or origin, and the draw a vector to the center of mass -Vectors have a magnitu
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Consider a metal rod length L moving to the right in a uniform magnetic field which is into the page. What is the average magnetic force on each conduction electron? -Magnetic force is down, because of the right hand rule. Positive pole is at the top
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Physics v= velocity of charged particle q= charge of the particle x = cross product Unit of magnetic field strength is Tesle, which is usually denoted as "T" 1 Ns/C m = 1 T If you have an electron, you need to reverse the direction of your thumb, due
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Physics Notes 11-7-07 EXAM 2 = November 14th, 2007 HW 8 DUE MONDAY November 12th, 2007 FB=qv x B The x is the cross symbol, not a multiplication sign B denotes the magnetic field The magnitude of force is qv B sin(theta) The magnetic force on a curr
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Physics Notes 10-29-07 NOTE: Test: November 14th *Chapters 7, 16-19* (Collisions, Circuits, Electric Fields, Magnetism) Power Problem: (2nd Frame of Today's Slideshow) a) P = V2/R R= V2/P R = (120 V)2/9 W R= 1600 Ohms b)V=IR I=V/R I= 120 V / 1600 O
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Physics Notes -q= N*e=en *A Delta x = en * A * v sub d * Delta t -I = Delta q /Delta t = en * A * v sub d -V sub d is drift velocity -e is electron charge -an ideal voltmeter should have a resistance of infinity -an ideal ammeter should have a resis
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Ball dropping problem: Y sub I = 78 m Y sub f = 0 m ME sub i = mgy sub I + .5(m v sub I) ^2 ME sub f = mgy sub f + >5(mv sub f squared) By conservation of energy ME sub I = ME sub f 1=2 Mgy sub I = .5(mv sub f squared) G * y sub I = .5 v sub f squa
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Course: Major Concepts Of Physics I
PHY 101 Lecture #6: Simple Harmonic Oscillators Prof. Peter R. Saulson saulson@physics.syr.edu http:/physics.syr.edu/courses/PHY101/ Office Hrs: Tues 10 11:30, Physics 263-4, 3-5994 PHY 101 Lecture #6 Simple Harmonic Oscillators 1 Outline 1. Simple
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Major Concepts in Physics Lecture 1. Prof Simon Catterall Office 309 Physics, x 5978 smc@physics.syr.edu http:/physics/courses/PHY102.08Spring PHY102 1 Today . Course objectives Course mechanics lectures, workshops, homework, exams Grading Textbo
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Major Concepts in Physics Lecture 2. Prof Simon Catterall Office 309 Physics, x 5978 smc@physics.syr.edu http:/physics/courses/PHY102.08Spring PHY102 1 Today . Summary of basic properties of waves Adding waves superposition wave pulses Standing
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Major Concepts in Physics Lecture 3. Prof Simon Catterall Office 309 Physics, x 5978 smc@physics.syr.edu http:/physics/courses/PHY102.08Spring PHY102 1 Today . Announcements Interference why light is a wave! Phase difference, constructive and des
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Major Concepts in Physics Lecture 4. Prof Simon Catterall Office 309 Physics, x 5978 smc@physics.syr.edu http:/physics/courses/PHY102.08Spring PHY102 1 Today: Quantitative aspects of waves Review: basic properties of waves Examples Review: standi
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Major Concepts in Physics Lecture 5. Prof Simon Catterall Office 309 Physics, x 5978 smc@physics.syr.edu http:/physics/courses/PHY102.08Spring PHY102 1 Topics for today Iridescence demo Diffraction gratings (light) - demo Diffraction bending of
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Major Concepts in Physics Lecture 6. Prof Simon Catterall Office 309 Physics, x 5978 smc@physics.syr.edu http:/physics/courses/PHY102.08Spring PHY102 1 Topics Recap/finish diffraction Light as electromagnetic wave PHY102 Announcements Exam 1 Mo
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Major Concepts in Physics Lecture 7. Prof Simon Catterall Office 309 Physics, x 5978 smc@physics.syr.edu http:/physics/courses/PHY102.08Spring PHY102 1 Exam 1 Logistics Monday 11th Feb in class. Sample exam, quiz and homework 1 solutions online.
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Major Concepts in Physics Lecture 8. Prof Simon Catterall Office 309 Physics, x 5978 smc@physics.syr.edu http:/physics/courses/PHY102.08Spring PHY102 1 Thermal radiation All bodies contain atoms/molecules in motion Indeed the speed with which they
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Major Concepts in Physics Lecture 9. Prof Simon Catterall Office 309 Physics, x 5978 smc@physics.syr.edu http:/physics/courses/PHY102.08Spring PHY102 1 Plan for today Few words about exam Homework 2 due in workshop this week. Homework 3 goes out .
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Major Concepts in Physics Lecture 10. Prof Simon Catterall Office 309 Physics, x 5978 smc@physics.syr.edu http:/physics/courses/PHY102.08Spring PHY102 1 Plan for today Light. Ray approximation Reflection and refraction. Snell's law. Mirrors, plane
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Major Concepts in Physics Lecture 12. Prof Simon Catterall Office 309 Physics, x 5978 smc@physics.syr.edu http:/physics/courses/PHY102.08Spring PHY102 1 Anouncements Exam 2 Wednesday March 5 in class Online: exam sample plus solutions, homework2
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Major Concepts in Physics Lecture 11. Prof Simon Catterall Office 309 Physics, x 5978 smc@physics.syr.edu http:/physics/courses/PHY102.08Spring PHY102 1 Anouncements Exam 2 Wednesday March 5 in class Online: exam sample plus solutions, homework2
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Major Concepts in Physics Lecture 13. Prof Simon Catterall Office 309 Physics, x 5978 smc@physics.syr.edu http:/physics/courses/PHY102.08Spring PHY102 1 Plan for today - review Topics Practice exam PHY102 Anouncements Exam 2 Wednesday March 5 i
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Major Concepts in Physics Lecture 14. Prof Simon Catterall Office 309 Physics, x 5978 smc@physics.syr.edu http:/physics/courses/PHY102.08Spring PHY102 1 Plan for today . quick tour of some concepts of thermodynamics . Temperature, heat. Thermal eq
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Major Concepts in Physics Lecture 23. Prof Simon Catterall Office 309 Physics, x 5978 smc@physics.syr.edu http:/physics/courses/PHY102.08Spring PHY102 1 Announcements HW6 due in recitation this week Final 1 May 5-7:00 pm in Stolkin. Comprehensive.
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Major Concepts in Physics Lecture 25. Prof Simon Catterall Office 309 Physics, x 5978 smc@physics.syr.edu http:/physics/courses/PHY102.08Spring PHY102 1 Announcements Final Thursday 1 May 5-7:00 pm in Stolkin. Comprehensive. Same style, format to
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Major Concepts in Physics Lecture 17. Prof Simon Catterall Office 309 Physics, x 5978 smc@physics.syr.edu http:/physics/courses/PHY102.08Spring PHY102 1 This week . Homework 4 due in lab this week Homework 5 goes out PHY102 Problems for classic
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Major Concepts in Physics Lecture 16. Prof Simon Catterall Office 309 Physics, x 5978 smc@physics.syr.edu http:/physics/courses/PHY102.08Spring PHY102 1 So far . Prior to 20th century: Mechanics (Newton) Electromagnetism (Faraday, Maxwell) Thermod
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Major Concepts in Physics Lecture 22. Prof Simon Catterall Office 309 Physics, x 5978 smc@physics.syr.edu http:/physics/courses/PHY102.08Spring PHY102 1 The nucleus - recap Atom composed of small, dense core of protons (charge +1) and neutrons (ch
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Major Concepts in Physics Lecture 24. Prof Simon Catterall Office 309 Physics, x 5978 smc@physics.syr.edu http:/physics/courses/PHY102.08Spring PHY102 1 Announcements HW6 due in recitation this week Final 1 May 5-7:00 pm in Stolkin. Comprehensive.
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Major Concepts in Physics Lecture 15. Prof Simon Catterall Office 309 Physics, x 5978 smc@physics.syr.edu http:/physics/courses/PHY102.08Spring PHY102 1 Plan for today . quick tour of some concepts of thermodynamics . Exam 2 Recap last lecture: mi
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Major Concepts in Physics Lecture 18. Prof Simon Catterall Office 309 Physics, x 5978 smc@physics.syr.edu http:/physics/courses/PHY102.08Spring PHY102 1 Recap Discussed how crises in late 19th physics led to new ideas about light/matter Sometimes
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Major Concepts in Physics Lecture 19. Prof Simon Catterall Office 309 Physics, x 5978 smc@physics.syr.edu http:/physics/courses/PHY102.08Spring PHY102 1 Announcements Exam 3 Monday April 14 in class Material: everything since exam 2. eg temperatu
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Major Concepts in Physics Lecture 20. Prof Simon Catterall Office 309 Physics, x 5978 smc@physics.syr.edu http:/physics/courses/PHY102.08Spring PHY102 1 Announcements Exam 3 Monday April 14 in class Material: everything since exam 2. eg temperatu
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Major Concepts in Physics Lecture 21. Prof Simon Catterall Office 309 Physics, x 5978 smc@physics.syr.edu http:/physics/courses/PHY102.08Spring PHY102 1 Announcements Exam 3 Monday April 14 in class Material: everything since exam 2. eg temperatu
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PHY101: How the "world" works I Sid Nagel he tortoise and the hare: One-dimensional motion Quick review: What is physics? It's knowledge of nature. What is nature? It's matter and it's energy. They are indeed related. How does one "piece" of ma
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Welcome to PHY101: How the "world" works I Paul Chaikin What is physics? It's knowledge of nature. What is nature? It's matter and it's energy. They are indeed related. How does one "piece" of matter interact with another "piece" matter in terms
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PHY101: How the "world" works I Tortoise and the hare: One-dimensional motion http:/www.cartoonstock.com/lowres/pha0147l.jpg Describing an object Displacement Vector The displacement vector is the change of the position vector, or What is the p
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PHY101: How the "world" works I Fun with cornstarch?! The Professor and Otto: Two-dimensional motion Let's start with a pep talk about solving physics problems. G. R. A. S. P. Given: Write down all the givens Required: Write down the required v
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PHY101: Is gravity getting you down?: Forces Forces Newton's First Law: An object's velocity does not change if and only if the net force acting on the object is zero Inertia is an object's resistance to changes in its velocity. http:/www.cartoon
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PHY101: What is energy? What is Energy? Energy is hard to define in the abstract, so we will answer the above question by example Is energy a substance, a quality, a book-keeping device, a system of exchange rates, or.? KEY IDEA: ENERGY IS CONSERVE
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PHY101: Fun w/ forces and work w/ energy Newton's Laws Newton's First Law: An object's velocity does not change if and only if the net force acting on the object is zero; inertia For an object in equilibrium, Fx = 0 and Fy = 0. Newton's Second Law
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PHY101: The power of conservation laws? Work and kinetic energy Work has a simple relation to the change in kinetic energy: Wtotal = Wcons + Wnc = K, or the work done by all the forces on an object is equal to the change in kinetic energy of the ob
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PHY101: The power of conservation laws: Momentum! What is momentum? Start with Newton's third law: F21 = -F12 . Multiplying Newton's third law by t and using Newton's second law gives us F21 t = -F12 t = m2 v2 = -m1 v1 . If we define momentum p = m
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Course: Quantum Mechanics I
PHY-661 Quantum Mechanics I Final Exam Prof. C. Armendariz-Picon December 13, 2012 Problem 1 Consider the harmonic oscillator. 1. Show that the expectation value of the potential energy in an energy eigenstate equals the expectation value of the kinetic e
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Course: Quantum Mechanics I
PHY-661 Quantum Mechanics I Midterm Exam Prof. C. Armendariz-Picon October 18, 2012 Problem 1 1. Show that |A| in your proof. = |A | . Please make sure to justify each step 2. Show that [A A ]2 = A2 A 2 . 3. Let A be an hermitian operator. Show that exp(i
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Course: Physics II
Lab Practical Final Exam: Angular Momentum March 2012 Topic of Investigation: The effect on angular momentum by changing mass Table of Contents 10 points 20 points 20 points 10 points 20 points 20 points 0. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Introduction Activity #1: Activit
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Lab Practical Midterm Exam: Air Resistance March 2012 A coffee filter is to accompany this handout. Topic of Investigation: The effect of air resistance on a falling object Table of Contents 10 points 20 points 20 points 20 points 10 points 20 points 0. 1
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Michael Bowles Test 1 - Solutions Dr. Ballmer PHY 101 Problem 1.1 If an object, such as arrow, is projected vertically the only thing that will change the motion will be gravity, because we have decided to neglect fristion/air resistance. We know from the
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Course: General Physics I
Physics 211, Spring 2006 Practice before Exam 3 1. [40pts total] Two carts of mass m1 =3 kg and m2 =5 kg are attached to each other. There is a compressed spring in between them. The spring constant is k=3500 N/m. The carts are moving on frictionle
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Course: General Physics I
Physics 211, Spring 2009 Practice before Exam 2 1. [20pts total] A person is pushing a crate. Coefficient of static friction between the crate and the floor is s=0.1. Coefficient of kinetic friction is k =0.05. The crate has a mass of 6 kg (Assume
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PHY211 Fall 2005 Final Exam Name (please print): _ Last First SUID_ _ It is very important that you print your name at the top of every exam page. Please do it before you read any questions! Document your work. There are portions of the problems on b
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PHY102 Quiz 1 Name: 1.Five wave crests pass a point in 10 seconds. What is the frequency of the wave ? If the wave speed is 0.25 m/s what is the wavelength of the wave in meters ? 1 crest passes in 2 seconds this is time period T. Frequency=1/T=0
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PHY102 Quiz 2 Name: 1. A thin slit produces a fuzzy shadow because of a. b. c. d. refraction diffraction condensation interference ans: diffraction 2. What is the wavelength of x rays of frequency 31018 Hz. The speed of light is 3108 m/s ans: wav
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Qui z 3 Solu tio n s Q1: The fir s t law of t he r m o dy n a mics for a ga s is, U= Q- W . When t he re is n o t h e a t a d d e d t o t h e sys te m Q=0. Furt he r m o re t h e sys te m is exp a n di ng w hich m e a n s t h a t its in ter n al e n
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1 Question 1 Calculate the energy carried by a photon of frequency 1.0 1015 Hz (h = 6.6 10-34 J s). Ephoton = hf = 6.6 10-34 J s 1.0 1015 Hz = 6.6 10-19 J 2 Question 2 What is the momentum of an electron whose energy is 1000eV? What is t
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1 What is the energy in Joules correspoding to 10MeV ? 1eV = 1.6 10-19 J. 10M eV = 10 106 eV = 1.0 107 eV Now we have, 1.0 107 eV 1.6 10-19 J = 1.6 10-12 J eV Use the conversion factor that is 2 What particle is emitted during nuclear alph
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Course: Physics I
Physics 211, Spring 2006 Practice before Exam 2 1. [20pts total] A person is pushing a crate. Coefficient of static friction between the crate and the floor is s=0.1. Coefficient of kinetic friction is k =0.05. The crate has a mass of 6 kg (Assume
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Course: Physics I
Name (please print): _ Last First SUID_ Physics 211, Spring 2003 Final Exam Use the back of each sheet if you run out of space. Cross over any parts that you decided later were incorrect. Highlight your final answer (in multi-step problems). Every s
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Course: Physics I
Physics 211, Spring 2007 Practice before Exam 3 1. [40pts total] Two carts of mass m1 =3 kg and m2 =5 kg are attached to each other. There is a compressed spring in between them. The spring constant is k=3500 N/m. The carts are moving on frictionle
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Course: Physics I
Name (please print): _ Last First Section Number (e.g. M002) _SUID _ Physics 211, Spring 2006 Exam 1 Document your work or earn no credit. Use the back of each sheet if you run out of space. Cross over any parts that correspond to given up thoughts.
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PHY211 Fall 2005 Final Exam Name (please print): _ Last First SUID_ _ It is very important that you print your name at the top of every exam page. Please do it before you read any questions! Document your work. There are portions of the problems on b
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Physics 211, Spring 2007 Exam 2 Practice II Document your work or earn no credit. Use the back of each sheet if you run out of space. Cross over any parts that correspond to given up thoughts. For numerical answers give at least 2 significant digits
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Course: Quantum Field Theory II
Quantum Field Theory II Problem Set 5 Prof. C. Armendariz-Picon Due Oct. 9, 2008 Exercise 18: Eective action in the presence of a background eld Consider the generator of connected correlation functions in the presence of a (not necessarily constant) back
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Course: Quantum Field Theory II
Quantum Field Theory II Problem Set 1 Prof. C. Armendariz-Picon Due Sept. 11, 2006 Exercise 1: Statistics and Gaussian integrals In this problem set we explore dierent properties of Gaussian integrals. They will be the foundation of our evaluation of path
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Quantum Field Theory II Problem Set 3 Prof. C. Armendariz-Picon Due Sept. 25, 2006 Exercise 10: Radiative corrections in 4 Write down (but do not try to calculate explicitly) all the radiative corrections to the propagator to 2nd order in in the theory 1
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Course: Quantum Field Theory II
Quantum Field Theory II Problem Set 12 Prof. C. Armendariz-Picon Due Dec. 4, 2008 Exercise 33: Weyl Spinor Lagrangian Verify that the Lagrangian 1 1 L = i m m 2 2 (1) leads to a real action. Exercise 34: Weyl spinors Verify that the Dirac Lagrangian L =
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Course: Quantum Field Theory II
Quantum Field Theory II Problem Set 2 Prof. C. Armendariz-Picon Due Sept. 18, 2006 Exercise 4: Projecting onto the out-vacuum Show that out (t t out ) f lim tf (1i ) f , tf | = f |0out eiE0 and out (t t out ) f e E0 0out |U (tout , t0 ) 0out |U (tout , t0
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Course: Quantum Field Theory II
Quantum Field Theory II Problem Set 4 Prof. C. Armendariz-Picon Due Oct. 2, 2006 Exercise 15: The Coleman-Weinberg potential Use d d p E f (p 2 ) = E 2 d/2 (d/2) dpE pd1 f (p2 ) E E (1) to show that the cut-o one-loop contribution to the eective potential
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Quantum Field Theory II Problem Set 6 Prof. C. Armendariz-Picon Due Oct. 16, 2008 Exercise 21: Vector eld propagator Calculate the momentum-space propagator of a vector eld 1 1 L = F F m2 A A , 4 2 (1) using the path integral approach. Exercise 22: Vector
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Course: Quantum Field Theory II
Quantum Field Theory II Problem Set 7 Prof. C. Armendariz-Picon Due Oct. 23, 2008 Exercise 25: Kllen-Lehman representation a Prove the equation 1 (2 )3 d3 p [(x0 y 0 )eip(xy) + (y 0 x0 )eip(xy) ] = 0 2p eip(xy) d4 p . (2 )4 p2 + 2 i (1) On the right-hand-
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Course: Quantum Field Theory II
Quantum Field Theory II Problem Set 12 Prof. C. Armendariz-Picon Due Dec. 11, 2008 Exercise 39: Feynman rules in non-Abelian gauge theories The gauge-xed Yang-Mills Lagrangian is 1 1 Lmod = F F A A + , 4 2 (1) F = A A + g C A A . (2) where Find the gauge
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Quantum Field Theory II Problem Set 10 Prof. C. Armendariz-Picon Due Nov. 20, 2008 Exercise 32: Low energy calculations In exercise 30 you have calculated the leading contribution to elastic scattering of Goldstone bosons, which is of order (E/M )4 (E sta
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Course: Quantum Field Theory II
Quantum Field Theory II Problem Set 9 Prof. C. Armendariz-Picon Due Nov. 13, 2008 Exercise 29: Universality of function coecients Show that the rst two coecients of the function are universal, that is, they do not depend on the precise nature of the renor
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Course: Introduction To Solid State Physics
PHY576, Solid State Physics, Spring 2013, Middleton (second half of course) KEY - Homework Set #11 Due Tuesday, April 29, start of class (2 PM) NOTES: The nal examination is on Tuesday, May 7 at 10:15 AM in this room (208 Physics). There will be two more
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Course: Introduction To Solid State Physics
Problem Set 9 - Solutions PHY 576, Due Friday, April 12, 2013 at 3pm April 14, 2013 1. Square lattice, free electron energies (a) Show for a simple square lattice in two dimensions that the kinetic energy of a free electron at a corner of the rst zone is
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Course: Introduction To Solid State Physics
PHY576, Solid State Physics, Spring 2013, Middleton (second half of course) KEY - Homework Set #10 Due Tuesday, April 22, start of class (2 PM) Explain your reasoning in submitting the answers to the following. If you used a source (a web page, another pe
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Course: Electromagnetism
26.10. The final state of each sphere and of the rod is neutral. The conducting rod allows the excess electrons in the negatively charged sphere to move to the positively charged sphere and exactly neutralize the charge there, leaving all three conductors
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Course: Electromagnetism
33.18. Model: The radius of the earth is much larger than the size of the current loop. Solve: (a) From Equation 33.9, the magnetic field strength at the surface of the earth at the earth's north pole is B= -7 22 2 0 ( 2 10 T m/A )( 8.0 10 A m ) = = 6.2 1
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Course: Electromagnetism
34.38. Model: Assume the wire is infinitely long. Visualize: See Figure P34.38. The current through the wire produces a steady magnetic field, but the magnetic field strength depends on the distance from the wire. The loop moves away from the wire at cons
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Course: Electromagnetism
35.31. Model: Use the Galilean transformation of fields. Assume that the electric and magnetic fields are uniform inside the capacitor. Visualize: Please refer to Figure P35.31. The laboratory frame is the S frame and the proton's frame is the S frame. So
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Physics 211 Problem Set 5 Due Friday, 02/24/12 Last Name:_ First Name _ Workshop time or section:_TA name or Room # _ Please submit your homework on this sheet. If you need more space than is available, please attach additional sheets of paper. 1. A 4 kg
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Physics 211 Problem Set 4 Due Friday, 02/17/12 Last Name:_ First Name _ Workshop time or section:_TA name or Room # _ Please submit your homework on this sheet. If you need more space than is available, please attach additional sheets of paper. 1. Two pie
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Physics 211 Problem Set 3 Due Friday, 02/10/12 Last Name:_ First Name _ Workshop time or section:_TA name or Room # _ Please submit your homework on this sheet. If you need more space than is available, please attach additional sheets of paper. 1. A ball
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Physics 211 Problem Set 2 Due Friday, 02/03/12 Last Name:_ First Name _ Workshop time or section:_TA name or Room # _ Please submit your homework on this sheet. If you need more space than is available, please attach additional sheets of paper. 1. Each of
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Physics 211 Problem Set 1 Due Friday, 01/27/12 Last Name:_ First Name _ Workshop time or section:_TA name or Room # _ Please submit your homework on this sheet. If you need more space than is available, please attach additional sheets of paper. 1. (a) You
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PHYSICS 216 HW 5 SOLUTIONS 1 2 PHYSICS 216 HW 5 SOLUTIONS PHYSICS 216 HW 5 SOLUTIONS 3 4 PHYSICS 216 HW 5 SOLUTIONS PHYSICS 216 HW 5 SOLUTIONS 5
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HW 3 Solutions: For the next 2 questions we make use of the following result. For a positive spherically symmetric charge distribution the electric eld must have the same spherical symmetry, thus the electric eld points radially outward at all points. If
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PHYSICS 216 HW 2 SOLUTIONS 1 2 PHYSICS 216 HW 2 SOLUTIONS PHYSICS 216 HW 2 SOLUTIONS 3 4 PHYSICS 216 HW 2 SOLUTIONS PHYSICS 216 HW 2 SOLUTIONS 5 6 PHYSICS 216 HW 2 SOLUTIONS
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Physics 211 Problem Set 11 Due Fri, 04/13/12 Last Name:_ First Name _ Workshop time or section:_TA name or Room # _ Please submit your homework on this sheet. If you need more space than is available, please attach additional sheets of paper. 1. Find the
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Physics 211 Problem Set 10 Due Wed, 04/11/12 Last Name:_ First Name _ Workshop time or section:_TA name or Room # _ Please submit your homework on this sheet. If you need more space than is available, please attach additional sheets of paper. 1. Rotating
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Physics 211 Problem Set 9 Due Fri, 03/30/12 Last Name:_ First Name _ Workshop time or section:_TA name or Room # _ Please submit your homework on this sheet. If you need more space than is available, please attach additional sheets of paper. 1. Find cente
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Physics 211 Problem Set 8 Due Fri, 03/23/12 Last Name:_ First Name _ Workshop time or section:_TA name or Room # _ Please submit your homework on this sheet. If you need more space than is available, please attach additional sheets of paper. 1. A railroad
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Physics 211 Problem Set 7 Due Fri, 03/09/12 Last Name:_ First Name _ Workshop time or section:_TA name or Room # _ Please submit your homework on this sheet. If you need more space than is available, please attach additional sheets of paper. 1. A block of
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Physics 211 Problem Set 6 Due Friday, 03/02/12 Last Name:_ First Name _ Workshop time or section:_TA name or Room #_ Please submit your homework on this sheet. If you need more space than is available, please attach additional sheets of paper. (Modified p
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Course: General Physics I
Physics 211 Problem Set 10 Due Fri, 04/13/07 Last Name:_ First Name _ Workshop time or section:_TA name or Room # _ Please submit your homework on this sheet. If you need more space than is available, please attach additional sheets of paper. 1. Find
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Course: Major Concepts Of Physics I
1 Physics 101: How the "world" works Fall 2008 Homework 3 Due at the beginning of Lecture on Oct. 1 Chapter 5 Problems (1) 4 (2) 9 (3) 12 (4) 18 (5) 24 (6) 25 (7) 26 Jane is running from the ivory hunters in the jungle. Cheetah throws a 7.0 m long v
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Course: General Physics II Laboratory
PHY222 General Physics Laboratory II (Fall 2008) Introduction The purpose of this course is to provide students with intuition about elementary subjects of general physics. The relevant subjects are covered in the PHY212 lecture course. It may happen
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PHY 212: General Physics II Electricity, Magnetism, & Light Spring 2012 Course Syllabus Contents Introduction . 1 Course Details . 2 Textbooks and Mastering Physics Information. 2 Calendar (including quiz and exam dates) . 3 Assignments, exams, and gradin