Aim
The aim of this experiment is to find out the correlation between scattering rate of the particles
and the distance between the detector and the source. This can be done by comparing the
scattering angle, .
Introduction
Hans Geiger and Ernest Marsden
Tutorial 6
PH1106/CY1306/SM2-B17 Electricity and Magnetism
1. A particle with charge of 1.24 108 C is moving with instantaneous velocity
Self-Practice Questions
= 4.19 104 s + 3.85 104 s . What is the force exerted on this
m
m
particle by a magnetic fiel
Tutorial 5
PH1106/CY1306/SM2-B17 Electricity and Magnetism
Self-Practice Questions
1. Four capacitors are connected as shown in Figure 1.
a. Find the equivalent capacitance between points a and b.
b. If Vab=15V, calculate the charge on each capacitor
Figu
Tutorial 4
PH1106/CY1306/SM2-B17 Electricity and Magnetism
Self-Practice Questions
1. Consider the circuit in Figure 1.
(a) Find the equivalent resistance between points a and b.
(b) A potential difference of 34.0 V is applied between points a and b. Calc
Tutorial 3
PH1106/CY1306/SM2-B17 Electricity and Magnetism
Self-Practice Questions
1. Determine the capacitance across the points A and B of the circuit shown in
Hint: Is there potential difference across the capacitor of capacitance 3?
Figure 1.
Ans: 3 .
Tutorial 2
PH1106/CY1306/SM2-B17 Electricity and Magnetism
Self-practice questions
1. A charge + q is at the origin. A charge 2q is at x = 2.00 m on the x axis. For what
finite value(s) of x is (a) the electric field zero? (b) the electric potential zero?
Tutorial 1 Solution
PH1102/CY1302/SM2-16B - Fields & Oscillations
Self Practice Questions
2.
1
3.
2
Tutorial Questions
Q1.
3
Q2.
Setting up the problem, we first consider the electric field caused by the rod on the left at a general
point r on the x axis.
Tutorial 1
PH1106/CY1306/SM2-B17 Electricity and Magnetism
Self-Practice Questions
1. The distance between two positive charges Q is 2l (Figure 1). Determine the
position on the +y-axis where the electric field is maximum.
y
E2
E1
P (0, y)
l
Q
Ans: =
2
2
Tutorial 8
PH1106/CY1306/SM2-B17 Electricity and Magnetism
Self-Practice Question
1. Calculate the magnetic flux density and total magnetic flux on the inside of the
following:
a. A long solenoid with n turns per unit length, carrying a current I, and wit
Introduction
X-rays, a form of electromagnetic radiation, with wavelength ranging from 0.01 to 10 nanometers with
energy level ranging from 100eV to 100KeV. When high energy electrons collides on a metallic anode of
an x-ray tube, it may hit an inner elec
Aim
In this experiment, we are to detect interference pattern of electromagnetic waves using a Michelson
Interferometer and also to measure the wavelength and frequency of the electromagnetic wave used.
Lastly, we need to determine the refractive index of
PH2601 Introduction to Lasers
Year 2015-2016, S2
Assessment
1.
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3.
4.
Tutorial Attendance
Home work
Midterm test
Exam
Students will be assessed by:
a. Final 2-hour written examination (60%)
b. Continuous assessment (40%)
Lecturers:
David Wilkowski
Email
Tutorial 12
PH1106/CY1306/SM2-B17 Electricity and Magnetism
Self-Practice Questions
1. A plane electromagnetic wave has an intensity of 750 W/m. A flat, rectangular
surface of dimensions 50 cm by 100 cm is placed perpendicular to the direction of
the wave
Tutorial 11
PH1106/CY1306/SM2-B17 Electricity and Magnetism
Self-Practice Questions
1. An audio amplier, represented by the AC source and resistor in Figure 1,
delivers to the speaker alternating voltage at audio frequencies. If the source
voltage has an
Tutorial 10
PH1106/CY1306/SM2-B17 Electricity and Magnetism
Self Practice Questions
1. The switch in Figure 1 is open for t < 0 and then closed at time t = 0. Find the
current in the inductor and the current in the switch as functions of time thereafter.
Tutorial 9
PH1106/CY1306/SM2-B17 Electricity and Magnetism
Self-Practice Questions
1. Two parallel rails with negligible resistance are 10.0 cm apart and are connected
by a 5.00- resistor as shown in Figure 1. The circuit also contains two metal rods
havi
PH1107: Relativity and Quantum Physics
Tutorial 9: Infinite Potential Wells
1.
Giancoli 38.27 Determine the lowest four energy levels and wave functions for an electron
trapped in an infinitely deep potential well of width 2.0 nm.
2.
Giancoli 38.32 An ele
PH 1107: Relativity and Quantum Physics
Lecture 14: Schrodingers Equation I
Text: Chap 40
Dr Ho Shen Yong
Lecturer, School of Physical and Mathematical Sciences
Nanyang Technological University
Week 8-10: 10-25 Mar 2014
The mathematical framework of quant
PH 1107: Relativity and Quantum Physics
Lecture (Short) 10: Particle and Wave Nature
Text: Chap 43
Dr Ho Shen Yong
Lecturer, School of Physical and Mathematical Sciences
Nanyang Technological University
Week 6: 18 Feb 2014
The reality we can put into word
PH 1107: Relativity and Quantum Physics
Lecture 8: Mass Defect, Nuclear Processes
Text: Chap 43
Dr Ho Shen Yong
Lecturer, School of Physical and Mathematical Sciences
Nanyang Technological University
Week 5: 10-17 Feb 2014
Science without religion is lame