Chapter 22 Electric Current and
Resistance
Tuesday, February 23, 2010
10:00 PM
Much of modern technology involves devices that
function using electric currents. Electric current is a
certain type of f
Chapter 25 Electromagnetic Induction
and Electromagnetic Waves
Wednesday, March 24, 2010
3:16 PM
An example of electromagnetic induction:
Ch25 Page 1
Faraday's further investigations of electromagneti
Chapter 28 An Introduction to Quantum Physics
Friday, January 14, 2011
10:03 AM
Physical Theories
How does science work? (At least in the case of physics and
other mathematical sciences.)
First you ob
Chapter 21 Electric Potential
Sunday, January 31, 2010
10:37 PM
In the previous chapter we discussed the field concept, and
in particular electric fields. The picture of an electric field that
emerged
Chapter 14: Oscillations
Oscillations are back-and forth motions. Sometimes the word
vibration is used in place of oscillation; for our purposes, we can
consider the two words to represent the same cl
Laboratory rules and procedures
Physics Department lab instructors
Frank Benko, oce B210a, ext.3417, [email protected]
Phil Boseglav, oce B211, ext.4109, [email protected]
This information is importa
Ch16Lectures
Thursday, April 16, 2009
12:22 PM
Ch16Lectures Page 1
Ch16Lectures Page 2
Ch16Lectures Page 3
The following animation illustrates the interference of
two wave pulses travelling in opposit
Chapter 23 Lecture Notes
Sunday, March 07, 2010
7:22 PM
Ch23Lectures Page 1
Recall (from Chapter 22) three basic models for current that
are each helpful in some ways, although they are all
oversimpli
1P22/1P92 (2011) Chapter 29 Atoms and Molecules
Friday, January 14, 2011
10:03 AM
What is the inside of an atom like?
Geiger-Marsden experiment (1909)
Rutherford's atomic model (1911) - a good step, b
Chapter 29 Atoms and Molecules
Friday, January 14, 2011
10:03 AM
In the previous chapter we began to discuss some of the very
strange behaviour of particles/waves in the atomic and
subatomic realms. W
Formula Sheet, Physics 1P22/1P92
1
Mathematics
centripetal force and acceleration ( = 0):
2
quadratic equation, ax + bx + c = 0 :
b b2 4ac
x=
2a
Fc = mac = m
r
standing waves (nodes at both ends, stri
Vectors and Scalars in Physics
18 May 2013
Recall the distinction between a vector quantity and a scalar quantity, from a physical perspective:
A vector quantity has magnitude and direction, whereas a
Chapter 26 AC Electricity
Friday, January 14, 2011
10:03 AM
Recall from high school that sine and cosine curves have the
same basic shape, they are just shifted relative to one-another.
Sine and cosin
Sunday, September 01, 2013
1:43 PM
Physics 1P22/1P92 Review
Chapter 20 Electric Forces and Fields
Key Concepts
electric charge
principle of conservation of charge
charge polarization, both permanent a
Brock University
Physics 1P21/1P91
Mathematics Review Exercises
1. Multiply the fractions.
(a)
(b)
(c)
2
3
3
4
a
b
4
5
t
2v
c
d
2. Divide the fractions.
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
2
3
3
4
a
b
4
5
t
2v
c
d
a
b
c
1P22/1P92 (2011) Chapter 29 Atoms and Molecules
Friday, January 14, 2011
10:03 AM
What is the inside of an atom like?
Geiger-Marsden experiment (1909)
Rutherford's atomic model (1911) - a good step, b
BROCK UNIVERSITY
Final Exam: April 2014
Course: PHYS 1P22/1P92
Examination date: 17 April 2014
Time of Examination: 9:0012:00
Number of
Number of
Number of
Instructor:
pages: 11 (+ formula sheet)
stud
BROCK UNIVERSITY
Mid-term Test 1: June 2013
Course: PHYS 1P22/1P92
Examination date: 26 June 2014
Time of Examination: 18:0018:50
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Number of
Instructor:
pages: 4 (+ formula sheet)
s
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Mid-term Test 2: July 2014
Course: PHYS 1P22/1P92
Examination date: 4 July 2014
Time of Examination: 18:0018:50
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Number of
Instructor:
pages: 4 (+ formu
BROCK UNIVERSITY
Mid-term Test 3: July 2014
Course: PHYS 1P22/1P92
Examination date: 10 July 2014
Time of Examination: 18:0018:50
Number of
Number of
Number of
Instructor:
pages: 7 (+ formula sheet)
s
Brock University
Physics 1P22/1P92
Winter 2014
Dr. DAgostino
Solutions for Tutorial 10: Quantum Physics (Chapter 28)
1. At 510 nm, the wavelength of maximum sensitivity of the human eye, the dark-adap