ng (hn3348) Homework1 Choi (90211) This print-out should have 32 questions. Multiple-choice questions may continue on the next column or page find all choices before answering. [General Physics 2][Homework1]- -Due:15/Sep/2009 PM 11:59 in Korea 001 (part 1
1. Consider a Gaussian surface whose vertices are at (2m,0,0), (0,2m,0), (0,0,3m) and
the origin of the Cartesian coordinate system as shown below. Calculate the electric flux
through each triangular sub-surface in a uniform electric field E E 0 (i j ) /
Homework #1 (Chs. 21-22)
Due: 4:30 PM, September 14
1. (10 pts) (a) (5 pts) Estimate the charge (in C) of total electrons in a droplet of water of diameter 2
mm. (b) (5 pts) How strong is the electrostatic force between the electrons i
Homework #4 (Ch. 28-30)
Due: Oct.26, 2015
1. (10 pt) A metal disk with a radius 15 cm rotates with a frequency of 60
rev/s. A magnetic field of 6 T is perpendicular to the disk. A resistor of 45
is connected between the center and the
2 (Ch. 31-33)
Due: 4:30 p.m. Nov.9
1. Consider a circuit with a solenoid (inductance L) and a parallel conductor (capacitance C).
Compute the stored energy in the inductor with the current i and the capacitor with the charge
q. Express the energy in term
Homework #3 (Chs. 26-27)
Due 04:30 PM, October 07
1. In most metals, there is one conduction electron per atom, and the distance between adjacent atoms is about
0.2 nm. Consider a metal wire with 1 nm diameter, carrying a current of 1
Implication of empirical formula for yrast excitation energies of even-even nuclei
by Dooyoung Kim INHA Graduate School
Thesis submitted to the Inha University for the degree of Doctor of Physics
Supervisor: Prof. Jin-Hee Yoon
Department of Physics c July
Mathematical Methods in Physics
Homework Set #5.
Due Date: Friday May 7, 2010 Solve the following exercises: 1. Boas, Chapter 8, Section 11, Problem 15(d). 2. Boas, Chapter 8, Section 11, Problem 21(d). 3. Boas, Chapter 8, Section
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Homework #6 (Ch 34-36)
Due: Nov. 25 4:30 p.m.
Show that the lateral displacement s of a ray of light penetrating a rectangular plate of thickness t is
sin(1 2 )
where 1 and 2 are the angles of incidence and refraction, respecti