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Due in class on Monday April 20th.
This is a question from a previous mid-term exam. Although you dont need to
turn it in until after the mid-term, I strongly suggest that you do it before then for
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MAT 204, Spring 2009. Homework 4.
Due in class on Wednesday May 6th.
(a) Why do domains form in ferromagnetic materials? What are the various contributions to the total energy of a ferromagnetic material, and how do they
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MAT204 Homework 1
Due Wednesday April 8th in class.
By now you should have read Chapters 1 and 2 of the text book.
First, work through the derivation of the field from a current flowing in a long
straight wire using the Biot-Savart law (Section 1.1.6 of t
MAT 204, Spring 2009. Homework 3.
Due in class on Wednesday April 29th.
In this problem we will explore the properties of a model three-dimensional lattice
of non-interacting spins, each with spin, S = 21 .
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MAT204 Homework 2
Due Friday October 26th in my mail box (Thursday 25th by 5pm if
you want it grading before the mid-term.)
By now you should have read Chapters 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 6 and 7 of the text book.
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MAT 204, Spring 2009. Homework 5.
Due in class (or to Alison) on Wednesday May 13th.
These review questions are in the style of mid-term questions. Although you
dont need to turn them in until after the mid-term, I strongly suggest that you work
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MAT204 Homework 1
Due Monday October 15th in class.
By now you should have read Chapters 1, 2 and 3 of the text book.
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