Physics 228 Final
MAY 10, 2011
Profs. Rabe and Coleman
work out the answer to a question, you should make an educated
guess. At the end of the exam, hand in the answer sheet and
the cover page. Retain this question paper for future reference
and study.
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Lecture 21. AC Circuits, Reactance.
Outline:
Power in AC circuits, Amplitude and RMS values.
Phasors / Complex numbers.
Resistors, Capacitors, and Inductors in the AC circuits.
Reactance and Impedance.
Conflict final exam: No later than noon on Thursday,
Lecture 21. R-L and L-C Circuits.
Outline:
Mutual Inductance
Charging and discharging an inductor in R-L circuits.
Oscillations in L-C circuits
Announcement: If your iclicker grade in the Gradebook is still
zero (and youve been using your iclicker), pleas
Lecture 20. Inductance. Magnetic Field Energy.
Outline:
Self-induction and self-inductance.
Inductance of a solenoid and a circular wire loop.
The energy of a magnetic field.
Alternative definition of inductance.
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Announcement:
- CH2 exam average ~57.2%.
Physics 228 Today: May 6, 2013
Ch. 44: Particle Physics and the Universe
Last 228 Lecture!
We will have review sessions in ARC 328:
Monday May 13, 10AM - 6 PM and
Tuesday May 14, 10 AM - 2 PM.
The nal is Tuesday May 14, 4 PM - 7 PM in
the College Ave gym
Physics 228 Today: April 29, 2013
Ch. 43 Nuclear Physics - Fission and Fusion
The makeup exam is tentatively scheduled for
Thursday May 9. Please contact Prof. Podzorov
if you have a conict and need to take the
makeup.
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Physics 228 Today: April 25, 2013
Ch. 43 Nuclear Physics - continued
Radioactivity, Biological Effects, and Some
Applications
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Please log into Sakai and take the course surveys.
Thursday, April
Physics 228 Today: April 18, 2013.
Finish Free Electron Model
Ch 42: 6: Semiconductors
Start Nuclei
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Thursday, April 18, 2013
Review: Momentum-Space Free-Electron Model
The kinetic energy E = p
Lecture 24. Electromagnetic Waves
Outline:
Electromagnetic Waves in Free Space
Transfer of EM Energy in Space: Poynting Formalism
Radiation Pressure.
Announcement:
Final Exam: Tuesday, Dec. 17 Time: 4-7 PM
CAC Gym
CAC Gym Annex
CAC Scott Hall
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Physics 228
Today:
Bohr Atom
Lasers
Schrdinger Equation
Bohr Model of Hydrogen Atom
Since electrons behave as waves, Niels Bohr reasoned that in the
atom they might form standing waves, or resonances, just like
standing waves on a string.
Bohr proposed th
Physics 228 Today:
Wave-Particle Duality
Uncertainty Principle
Blackbody Radiation
Review: Relativistic Mass and Rest Mass
Kinetic energy K = ( 1) mc2 = E E0
Corresponding to total energy E we have the relativistic mass
mrel = m (velocity dependent): E
Physics 228 - Analytical Physics
FIRST COMMON HOUR EXAM
Thursday, Feb. 23, 2012
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on the answer sheet. Enter ID information items 2-5, now, on the
answer sheet befor
Physics 228 - Analytical Physics
FINAL EXAM
Tuesday, May. 8, 2012
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Physics 228 - Analytical Physics
SECOND COMMON HOUR EXAM
Thursday, April 5, 2012
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Physics 228 - Analytical Physics
FIRST COMMON HOUR EXAM
Thursday, Feb. 28, 2013
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Physics 228 - Analytical Physics
SECOND COMMON HOUR EXAM
Thursday, April 11, 2013
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Physics 228 Spring 2014
Analytical Physics IIB
Optics and Modern Physics
Course Website:
www.physics.rutgers.edu/ugrad/228
What do you need:
iClicker for lecture participation
Textbook: Young & Freedman University Physics
13th ed., Vols. 2&3
Mastering
Physics 228
Today:
Schrdinger Equation
1D Quantum Mechanics
Particle in a Box
Tunneling
Harmonic Oscillator
Complex Numbers
A complex number has the
form z = x + iy, where x is
the real part, and y is the
imaginary part.
A complex number is
represented
Physics 228
Today:
Particles as Waves
Bohr Atom
iClicker
In a two-slit interference experiment, a single
photon is detected in the upper half of the
screen. The photon must have passed through
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
the upper slit
the lower slit
neither slit
both
Physics 228 Today:
Relativity: Force, Energy, Momentum
Photoelectric Effect
Line Spectra
Momentum and Force
Momentum p = mv, in special relativity becomes p = mv.
Newtons second law applies to this relativistic momentum:
F = dp/dt = 3ma! This is for a for
Physics 228 Today: April 15, 2013.
Finish up Molecules.
Ch 42: 3-6: Solids, Band Theory, Free Electron
Model, Semiconductors
Last Thursday's Exam - average score 71%
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Monday, April 15, 2013
Mol
Physics 228 Today: April 8, 2012.
Ch 41: Finish up H atom
Ch 41: 6-7: Periodic Table, X-Ray Spectra
Ch 42: 1-4: Molecules, Solids, Band Theory
Reminder:
Thursday April 11: no lecture, optional exam
review session. Exam 10-11:20 PM, in
ARC 103 and Hill 114
Physics 228 Today: April 22, 2012
Ch. 43 Nuclear Physics
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Wednesday, April 24, 2013
Nuclear Sizes
Nuclei occupy the center of the atom. We can view them as being
more or less spherical, with a
Physics 228 Today: Interference
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We have now nished 3 lecture on geometrical optics, and will
continue with 4 lectures on interference phenomena, which show
the wave nature of light.
We studied
Physics 228 Spring 2013
Analytical Physics IIB
For class policies, see
Sakai 01:750:228 or
www.physics.rutgers.edu/ugrad/228
What do you need:
iclicker for lecture
Mastering Physics access for HW: RUPHYS228S13
Textbook: Y&F University Physics 13th ed., Vo
Physics 228 Today: Diffraction, diffraction grating
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Diffraction is a further expansion of the idea of interference.
We expand from two sources to a large number of sources.
Here is an example
Physics 228
Spring 2013
Analytical Physics IIB
Webpages: Sakai 01:750:228 and
www.physics.rutgers.edu/ugrad/228
Today: Lecture 2:
Recitations start this week,
Images from Mirrors
w ith quizzes
a) cute demos b) ugly geometry
1st HW due next Monday
night, F
Physics 228 Today: Lenses
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Or www.physics.rutgers.edu/ugrad/228
We learned we can make a real
image with mirrors, but that is
not too helpful for putting a
camera in your iphone, like the
one shown to the