PHYS125 Term II (Spring 2013)
Prof. Alexander Moewes
PHYSICS 125.3: PHYSICS AND TECHNOLOGY
Term II 2012-2013 Academic Year
COURSE OUTLINE
Instructor: Prof. Alexander Moewes, Ph.D.
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Phys 125 Formula sheet
(2 pages please note also below for what is NOT on the sheet)
d
d
or =
, =
or =
t
dt
t
dt
s
m
a = r, v = r, = , W = , p + gh + v 2 = const ., A1v1 = A2
Phys 125 Formula sheet
(2 pages please note also below for what is NOT on the sheet)
d
d
or =
, =
or =
t
dt
t
dt
s
m
a = r, v = r, = , W = , p + gh + v 2 = const ., A1v1 = A2
Chapter 6
Harmonic Expansion of
Electromagnetic Fields
6.1
Introduction
For a given current source J(r; t); the vector potential can in principle be found by solving the
inhomogeneous vector wave equa
Chapter 2
Electrostatics II. Potential Boundary
Value Problems
2.1
Introduction
In Chapter 1, a general formulation was developed to nd the scalar potential
electric eld E =
r
(r) and consequent
for a
P812 (2010-11) Solutions No. 2
1. The upper half (0 < < =2) of a spherical shell of radius a carries a uniform surface charge
(C m 2 ) and the lower half ( =2 < < ) carries a surface charge of opposit
P812 Solution No. 1
1. The potential due to a ring charge (charge q; radius a) placed on the x
(r; ) =
q
2
2
0
p
r2
+
a2
y plane is
1
K (k 2 )
+ 2ar sin
where K k 2 is the complete elliptic integral o
P812 Assignment No. 1
1. The potential due to a ring charge (charge q; radius a) placed on the x
q
(r; ) =
where K
k2
2
2
0
p
r2
+
a2
y plane is
1
K (k 2 )
+ 2ar sin
is the complete elliptic integral
P812 (2010-11) Assignment No. 2
1. The upper half (0 < < =2) of a spherical shell of radius a carries a uniform surface charge
(C m 2 ) and the lower half ( =2 < < ) carries a surface charge of opposi