1. An electromagnetic wave has an electric field given by: = (225 /) sin[(0.077m1 ) 7 (2.3 10 rad/s)] a) What are the wavelength and frequency of the wave? b) Write down an expression for the magnetic field. Problems on Chapter 33 2. Unpolarized light of
Problems on Chapter 31 1. A 18.0F capacitor is placed across a 22.5V battery for a few seconds and is then connected across a 12.0mH inductor that has no appreciable resistance. a) After connecting the capacitor and inductor together, find the maximum c
Problems on Chapter 30 1. a) The area of an elastic loop decreases at a constant rate, dA/dt =  3.50 x 102 m2/s. The loop is in a magnetic field B = 0.28 T whose direction is perpendicular to the plane of the loop. At t = 0, the loop has area A = 0.285
Problems on Chapter 29 1. A long straight wire lies along the zaxis and carries a current of 4.00A in the +zdirection. Find the magnetic field (magnitude and direction) produced at the following points by a 0.500mm segment of the wire centered at the o
Problems on Chapter 28 1. A particle of mass 0.195 g carries a charge of 2.50 x 10 8 C. The particle is given an initial horizontal velocity that is due north and has magnitude 4.00 x 104 m/s. What are the magnitude and direction of the minimum magnetic
Problems on Chapter 26 (due at 9 am on Tuesday 29 June) 1. A lead wire of resistance R is drawn through a die so that its length is doubled, while its volume remains unchanged. What will be its new resistance in terms of its initial resistance? 2. A hair
Problems on Chapter 25 1. Three capacitors C1 = 3 C, C2 = 5 C, and C3 = 8 C are each charged by a 24V battery and then connected as shown. + C1 + C2 
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Problems on Chapter 24 1. A charge Q is placed at one corner of a square of side L, and charges + Q are placed at each of the other corners. What is the potential at the center of the square? 2. A nonconducting sphere of radius R has uniform volume charg
Problems on Chapter 23 1. A point charge q1 = 4.00 nC is located on the xaxis at x = 2.00 m, and a second point charge q2 = 6.00 nC is located on the yaxis at y = 1.00 m. What is the total electric flux due to these two point charges through a spherica
Problem set 2 (Chapter 22)
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1. Four identical positive charges +q are placed at the corners if a square of side L. Determine the magnitude and direction of the electric field due to the four charges at the point P midway of the side of th
1. You have a pure (24carat) gold ring with mass 17.7 g. Gold has an atomic mass of 197 g/mol and an atomic number of 79. i. How many protons are there in the ring, and what is their total positive charge? ii. If the ring carries no net charge, how many
RIGHTHAND RULES
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Righthand coordinate system
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Vector cross product
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Force on moving charge in magnetic field
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Force on currentcarrying conductor
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Direction of magnetic dipole
Chapter 34: IMAGES
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What is Physics?
Image formation is important in many areas including: TV Computers Satellite imaging Cameras, telescopes, microscopes The human eye etc 7/13/2010
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Two Types of Image
To form a virtual image the rays of light
Electromagnetic Waves Chapter 33
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We are immersed in electromagnetic waves TV and radio signals; telephones; Satellite communications Todays high technology is largely based on electromagnetic waves
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The Electromagnetic Spectrum M
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Electromagnetic Oscillations & Alternating Currents
In this chapter we consider: 1. Oscillations in LC circuits 2. Damped oscillations in LRC circuits 3. Alternating currents (ac), and 4. Transformers
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Recall from mechanics conservation
 Chapter 30 Induction and Inductance
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Current
Magnetic Field
Faraday suggested the possibility of obtaining an electric field from magnetic field which will, in turn, give a current:
Magnetic Field
Electric Field
Current
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 Chapter 29 Magnetic Fields Due to Currents
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What is Physics? A moving charged particle (i.e., a current) produces a magnetic field. In this chapter we determine the magnetic field due to current in a very small section of currentcarrying wire. We t
Chapter 28 Magnetic Fields
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What is Physics?
Applications of magnetic fields and magnetic forces are countless:
Magnetic recording of music and video images Control of CD and DVD players and computer hard
drives
Drive for speaker cones in headphone
Chapter 27  Circuits
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What is Physics?
Every electrical device you come in contact with as well as the power grid supplying electricity for the country depends on electrical/electronic engineering (and electric circuits in order to operate)
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Chapter 26: Current and Resistance
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What is Physics?
We consider charges in motion (electric current) in a conductor due to potential difference between the ends of the conductor. Examples of electric current are everywhere: Lightning Nerves currents
Chapter 25 Capacitance
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A capacitor is a device in which electrical energy can be stored
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Capacitance
Basic elements of a capacitor
Parallelplate capacitor
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Examples of capacitors
Circuit symbols for capacitor
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Chapter 24 Electric Potential
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What is Physics? A conservative force has potential energy associated with it Hence we can apply the principle of conservation of energy to closed systems involving the force The electric force is a conservative force; i
Chapter 23 Gausss Law
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What is Physics?
Gausss Law relates the electric fields at points on a (closed) surface to the net charge enclosed by that surface
Gausss Law is particularly useful (and powerful) when it uses the symmetry of the charge distribu
Chapter 22: Electric Fields
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What is Physics?
The concept of the electric field allows us to give a description of how a charged particle can exert a force on another particle even though the two particle are not in contact action at a distance. The