Physics 228 - Exam 1
24 Feb 2011
Profs. Rabe and Coleman
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1. The exam will last from 9:40pm to 11:00pm.
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Physics 228 Spring 2008
Molecules and Condensed Matter
Due at 11:59pm on Monday, April 21, 2008
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What Holds Matter Together?
Learning Goal: To be able to identify the
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Physics 228 Spring 2008
Geometric Optics and Optical Instruments (Ch. 34)
Due at 11:59pm on Monday, February 11, 2008
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Spherical Mirror 1
You wish to create an image t
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Physics 228 Spring 2008
Special Relativity (Ch. 37)
Due at 11:59pm on Monday, March 10, 2008
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Understanding Lorentz Transformations
Learning Goal: To be able to perform
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Wave Function and Schroedinger Equation
Due at 11:59pm on Wednesday, April 2, 2008
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Finding Probabilities from the Wave Function
Learning Goal:
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Physics 228 Spring 2008
Photons, Electrons, Matter Waves, and Atoms
Due at 11:59pm on Monday, March 24, 2008
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The Photoelectric Effect Experiment
Learning Goal: To unde
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Physics 228 Spring 2008
Nuclear and Particle Physics
Due at 11:59pm on Monday, May 5, 2008
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Multiple Choice Question - 43.20
Part A Which of the following is not true
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Physics 228 Spring 2008
Many-Electron Atoms
Due at 11:59pm on Monday, April 14, 2008
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Many-Electron Atoms
Learning Goal: To understand how electrons are placed into su
Physics 228
Special Relativity:
Time Dilation
Twin Paradox
Length Contraction
Lets revisit the previous iClicker problem:
As a high-speed spaceship flies
past you at half the speed of
light, a strobe light fires at the
center of a room aboard the
spaceshi
Physics 228
Todays Lecture:
Lasers
Schrdinger Equation for a Free Particle
Meaning of the Wave Function
Schrdinger Equation with Potential
Stationary States
Lasers
LASER = Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of
Radiation.
Stimulalted emission rat
Physics 228
Today: Interference
www.physics.rutgers.edu/ugrad/228
You have studied interference at some level in 124, so this should
be in some respects review.
Interference
Why do we see the
colors in the soap
bubble?
Interference.
We will begin to see
h
Physics 228
Lorentz Transformations
Space Time Diagrams
Twin Paradox in Detail
Ladder in Garage Paradox
iClicker
A Star Wars photon torpedo explodes, emitting a spherical shell of
debris, if measured in its rest frame. In your frame, the torpedos
speed wa
Physics 228
Today:
Photoelectric Effect: Work Function
Photon Absorption and Emission
Probability Amplitudes
Uncertainty Principle
Work Function
If we apply a potential V0 that just stops all the emitted electrons, we
conclude that the maximum kinetic ene
Physics 228
First exam - Tonight, 10:00 PM
You are allowed 1 formula sheet (both sides), pencils, and a calculator - no
devices with network capability.
Today: Introduction to Special Relativity
Theory of Relativity
Special Relativity: A. Einstein, 1905
Physics 228
Exam Thursday night 10 PM! Room assignments online.
Please bring: Formula sheet (both sides OK), pencils, erasers, a
calculator, and a working brain.
Please check out list of students w/o iclicker!
Today: Polarization, Scattering
iClicker
Reca
18-5. At the instant shown, link AB has an angular
velocity (1),; = 2 rad/s. if each link is considered as a
uniform slender bar with a weight of0.5 lb/in., determine
the total kinetic energy of the system.
6
5: = z = 1.5 rad/s
v: = 1.5(4/5) = 8.48531n.
*19-4. The space capsule has a mass of 1200 kg and a
moment of inertia [G = 900 kg - m2 about an axis passing
through G and directed perpendicular to the page. If it is
traveling forward with a speed 125 = 800 m/s and
executes a turn by means of two jets,