Physics 304 Exam 1
Monday, Oct 8, 2012
There are four problems on this exam. Each problem is worth 25 points.
Start each problem on a new sheet of paper, and use only one side of each
sheet. GOOD LUCK !
(1) A sphere of radius R carries a charge density (r
Physics 304 Exam 1
Monday, Oct 8, 2012
There are four problems on this exam. Each problem is worth 25 points.
Start each problem on a new sheet of paper, and use only one side of each
sheet. GOOD LUCK !
(1) A sphere of radius R carries a charge density (r
Physics 304 Exam 1
Monday, Oct 7, 2013
There are four problems on this exam. Each problem is worth 25 points. Start each problem on
a new sheet of paper, and use only one side of each sheet.
GOOD LUCK !
(1)
a)
b)
(2)
a)
b)
c)
A charged slab of thickness 2
Physics 304 Homework Set 2
Due in class on Wednesday, Sept. 11
(1) Grifths, problem 2.6 (pg 65).
(2) (a) Calculate the potential along the z axis for the charge distribution from the previous problem.
(b) Use your result from part (a), together with a
Note that these calculations use R (=3.5 A) as the unit of length.
1
Frepulse ( r) :=
rp := 1.300 , 1.301 . 2.5
2
r
Fattract ( r) :=
1
3
r
1
1
1
2
r
2
1
Ftotal ( r) := Frepulse ( r) + Fattract ( r)
This graph shows the total force, together with
the se
Physics 304 Homework Set 5
Due in class on Friday, Oct. 4
(1) Griffiths, problem 3.19 (pg 149).
(2) Griffiths, problem 3.22 (pg 150).
(3) Griffiths, problem 3.25 (pg 150).
(4) Griffiths, problem 3.26 (pg 150).
(5) Consider the region between two infini