PHYSICS II (Fall 2013)
PROBLEM SET 2
Due: 26 September 2013, 10 a.m.
Problem 1. In a certain region of space, the electric field E is uniform, i.e. is constant in both the
magnitude and the direction.
(a) Use Gausss law to argue that this region of space
Investigation of the properties of Magnetic Material
Magnetic material has been widely used in electric power, communication, electronic machine,
autocar, computer, information storage and so on. Its two basic features can be shown by
Practice and Application of Michelson
The wave properties of light lead to interference. If when two light beams originated from one
light meet at the same spot after traveling along different paths, optical interference occurs
Properties of Silicon Photocell
and Solar Cell
One of the very important properties of semiconductor is its ability to convert photo energy to
electronic energy without external power. Photocell and Solar cell are two typical applications
The resistance, the electric capacitance and the inductance are basic elements for electric circuit.
Series circuit constituted by RC, RL or RLC has different features, including the transient
behavior, the steady-state character
Experiment 1 Properties of the Optical Grating
A diffraction grating is an optical component where dispersion happens by theory of diffraction. It
consists of large numbers of parallel, equilateral, equidistant slits (or nicks). Based on diffraction
Application of balanced
and non-balanced Wheatstone Bridges
In 1843, the English physicist, Sir Charles Wheatstone (1802-1875) found a bridge circuit for
measuring electric resistance. Nowadays, Wheatstone bridge is a common method to measure
source supplying a sinusoidally varying voltage
amplitude and angular frequency
circuit elements: resistor R, inductor L, capacitor C
their response to AC? current in the circuit?
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