1 11/30/09
Lab report #5 (5.8) MAGNETIC FORCE ON A MOVING CHARGE
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Abstract We want to see the behavior of a moving beam of electrons. In order to control the beam of electrons, we decide to use a magnetic field. For our study of electron control we decid
1 10/19/09
Lab report #3 RESISTORS AND LIGHT BULBS
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Abstract Out goal was to check if a bulb acts like a resistor or not. We needed to make a direct comparison between a resistor and a light bulb. Through experiment we checked if bulb is a constant resis
1 10/05/09
Labreport#1rewrite DEFLECTIONOFANELECTRONBEAM BYANELECTRICFIELD
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DEFLECTIONOFANELECTRONBEAMANDVELOCITY
Abstract In this lab we try to determine how a change in an applied electric field affects the position of a beam spot by using an electri
10/19/09
Lab report #2 ELECTRICAL AND MECHANICAL ENERGY
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Our goal is to investigate the use of capacitors. We decide to calculate how the mechanical energy transferred to a device powered by a capacitor depends on the capacitance. We will test our
Chapter 28: Magnetic Induction
Section 28-1: Magnetic Flux
A square loop of sides a lies in the yz plane with one corner at the origin. A varying magnetic field B = ky passes through the loop and points in the +x direction. The magnetic flux through the l
9. (II) (a) In a thick, straight wire carrying a current that is uniform through its cross section, where is the magnetic field the greatest? (b) If the radius of the wire is R and the current is I, what is the value of the maximum magnetic field? (c) Wha
53. (II) A rod that is 20 cm long is given a uniformly distributed charge of 2 C (Fig. 2444). Calculate the potential at a point P, which is a distance of 10 cm from the end of the rod, assuming that V = 0 at infinity. 66. (II) Two metallic spheres of rad
Chapter 24: Capacitance
Section 24-1: Capacitance
Two flat parallel plates are d = 0.40 cm apart. The potential difference between the plates is 360 V. The electric field at the point P at the center is approximately
A. 90 kN/C. B. 180 N/C. C. 0.9 kN/C. D
11/16/09
Lab report #4 (4.7) CHARGING A CAPACITOR
Abstract Our goal is to figure out how long it will take a capacitor to recharge as a function of the total resistance of the recharging circuit. We know that one way to quantify this time is to measure ho
Chapter 27: Sources of the Magnetic Field
Section 27-1: The Magnetic Field of Moving Point Charges
A point charge is moving with constant speed 2 107 m/s along the x axis. It creates a magnetic field as it travels through a region where there is no extern
A 7Li nucleus with a charge of +3e and a mass of 7 u and a proton with a charge of +e and a mass of 1 u are both moving in a plane perpendicular to a magnetic field . The two particles have the same momentum. The ratio of the radius of curvature of the pa
17. An aluminum wire a= 50^2 mm placed along the x-axis passes 10^3 C in 1 h. One free electron for each aluminum atom. Current? current density? drift speed? mass density is 2.7 34. An electrician tests for a short circuit by putting a potential differen