Chapter 12The Laws of Thermodynamics
Student: _
1. The volume of an ideal gas changes from 0.40 to 0.55 m3 although its pressure remains constant at 50 000 Pa.
What work is done on the system by its environment?
A. 7 500 J
B. 200 000 J
C. 7 500 J
D. 20
Chapter 10Thermal Physics
Student: _
1. Which best describes the relationship between two systems in thermal equilibrium?
A. no net energy is exchanged
B. volumes are equal
C. masses are equal
D. zero velocity
2. The zeroth law of thermodynamics pertains
Chapter 9Solids and Fluids
Student: _
1. Which state of matter is associated with the very highest of temperatures?
A. liquid
B. plasma
C. gas
D. solid
2. A copper wire of length 2.0 m, cross sectional area 7.1 106 m2 and Young's modulus 11 1010 N/m2 ha
Chapter 11Energy in Thermal Processes
Student: _
1. Arrange from smallest to largest: the BTU, the joule, and the calorie.
A. BTU, J, cal
B. J, cal, BTU
C. cal, BTU, J
D. J, BTU, cal
2. Of the following systems, which contains the most heat?
A. 100 kg of
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Chapter 2Motion in One Dimension
MULTIPLE CHOICE
1. The position of a particle moving along the x axis is given by x = (21 + 22t 6.0t2)m, where t is in s.
What is the average velocity during the time interval t
Multiple Choice
1. Which is not true of acceleration?
a. Speed can be constant, but acceleration can still take place.
b. It is a change in velocity per unit of time.
c. It is the slope of the displacement  time plot.
d. It can be both positive and negat
Chapter 2Motion in One Dimension
Student: _
1. A change in a physical quantity w having initial value wi and final value wf is given by which of the
following?
A. wi  wf
B. wf  wi
C. (wf + wi)/2
D. none of the above
2. Displacement is which of the foll
Chapter 1Introduction
Student: _
1. Since 1983 the standard meter has been defined in terms of which of the following?
A. specific alloy bar housed at Sevres, France
B. wavelength of light emitted by krypton86
C. distance from the Earth's equator to the
Homework 5 Solutions
Problem 5.1 (practice): Power from the ocean It has been proposed to use the thermal gradient of
the ocean to drive a heat engine. Supoose that at a certain location the water temperature is 22o C at the
ocean surface and 4o C at the
Statistical Physics: October 9, 2012
Solutions for the Homework 5
Problem 7.8: Suppose you have a box in which each particle may occupy any of 10 singleparticle
states. For simplicity, assume that each of these states has energy zero.
(a) What is the par
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Problem Set 2
137A Fall 2015
I. Siddiqi
Due 9/18/2015 at 5pm in the HW box in 251 LeConte.
Problems labeled B&J are from Bransden & Joachain, second edition.
Problem #1
(a) Consider the function f (x) = x dened only in the interval x [0, 2]. Find the disc
Problem Set 3
137A Fall 2015
I. Siddiqi
Due 10/2/2015 at 5pm in the HW box in 251 LeConte.
Problem #1  Classical Expectation Values (Discrete)
Suppose you write numbers on slips of paper as follows: three papers with the number 1, two with
2, two with 3,
Problem Set 1
137A Fall 2015
I. Siddiqi
Due 9/11/2015 at 5pm in the HW box in 251 LeConte.
Problems labeled B&J are from Bransden & Joachain, second edition.
Problem #1
This problem is a review of complex numbers. It must be done by hand, without the aid
Assignment 12: Physics 105 Spring 2010
December 9, 2010
Problem: 16.4
If we make the change of variables
= x ct, = x + ct
=
+
,
= c
+c
x
t
Thus
2
2
c2 2
t2
x
u = c2
+
2
+
2
u = 4c2
2u
Problem: 16.5
(a) Wave equation:
2u
=0
which and are dened in
Classical theory
Rutherford scattering
H=
p2

2m
Z e2
r
HamiltonJacobi equation
1
2m
S 2
JI r M +
1
r
2
S 2
S 2
1
I q M +
J f N N 
2
2
r sin q
Z e2
r
S
=  t
Separation of variables
S 2
S
S 2
1
E =  t , L2 = I q M +
J f N
2
sin q
Then using new
Notes on Phase Space
Fall 2012, Physics 233B, Hitoshi Murayama
1
TwoBody Phase Space
The twobody phase is the basis of computing higher body phase spaces.
We compute it in the rest frame of the twobody system, P = p1 + p2 =
( s, 0, 0, 0).
d3 p1
d3 p2
d
233B HW #3
1.Nonrelativistic quark model
We make use of the relationship P = H1LL+1
Charmed mesons c u, c d (obviously I = 1 )
2
state
D H1870L
JP L S
0 0 0
D0 H1865L
0
0 0
*
0
1

0 1
*
D H2010L
1

0 1
D*
0
D*
0
0
0
+
1 1
H2400L 0+
1 1
D1 H2420L0 1+
Physics 233B (Murayama)
HW #4, due Oct 26, 5:00 pm
The process e+ e q q g has the dierential cross section
1 d2
s
x2 + x2
1
2
= CF
,
0 dx1 dx2
2 (1 x1 )(1 x2 )
(1)
2
where 0 = 4 3 q Q2 is the lowest order e+ e q q cross section. For
q
3s
scalar gluons, h
233B HW #1
1. Synchrotron radiation loss
According to the formula (1), the synchrotron radiation loss scales as E4 R2 , once v c. However, in order to compensate for
the falling cross section s 1 E2 , we need to increase L E2 , which requires N E accordin
233B HW #2
1. twobody phase space
Just follow the lecture notes.
2. pseudoscalar meson leptonic decays
The operator is
G
O = F Vq1 q2 q1 g m H1  g5 L q2 n g m H1  g5 L l
2
The matrix element is
m
X0 q1 g m g5 q2 P\ = fP pP .
The amplitude is
G
m
i M =
Physics 233B (Murayama)
HW #1, due Sep 14, 2012
1. The synchrotron radiation loss is given by
P =
1 e 2 a2 4
,
6 0 c3
a=
v2
,
R
(1)
where R is the radius of curvature. The formula for the instantaneous luminosity is
N+ N
L = fc
S
(2)
4x y
with S 1. Dete
Physics 233B (Murayama)
HW #5, due Dec 12, 5:00 pm
The CP quantum number of the Higgslike particle can be determined
from the fourlepton nal state. Consider the following three operators separately,
hZ Z ,
hZ Z ,
aZ Z .
(1)
Compute the azimuthal correla
Physics 233B (Murayama)
HW #2, due Sep 28, 2012
1. Conrm the following expressions for the twobody phase space in the centerofmomentum frame.
s
m2 m2
1+ 1 2 ,
(1)
E1 =
2
s
s
m2 m2
s
1 1 + 2 ,
(2)
E2 =
2
s
s
2
2
2
2 2
s
= 1 2(m1 + m2 ) + m1 m2
p1 = p2 =
Physics 233B (Murayama)
HW #3, due Oct 12, 2012
1. In the particle listing of Particle Data Group, explain the quantum numbers I(J P ) of charmed mesons, charmed, strange mesons, and I G (J P C )
of c mesons using the nonrelativistic quark model.
c
2. In