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located inside a longer solenoid of radius a2 and length b2 . The total
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Magnetic Fields, Magnetic
Forces, and Sources of
Magnetic Fields
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Magnetic Fields, Magnetic
Forces, and Sources of
Magnetic Fields
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Week 04, Day 2
Conductors and Insulators
Capacitance & Capacitors
Energy Stored in Capacitors
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Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Organic Chemistry 5.12
March 6, 2017
Prof. Rick L. Danheiser
Lecture 11: Electrophilic Addition to Alkenes I
Reading Assignment
Lecture 11: Smith (5e, 4e, and 3e) Chapter 3: 3.8; Chapter 7: 7.8;
Chapter 10: 10.4-10.6,
Dielectrics and Conductors as
Shields
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Exam One: Thursday 16 March 7:30-9:30
Current, Current Density,
Resistance and Ohm s Law,
Magnetic Field, Magnetic Force
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Organic Chemistry 5.12
Problem Set #3 Answer Key
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Dielectrics and Conductors as
Shields
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Physics 145
Elementary Particle Physics
Harvard University
Fall Term 2016
Problem Set 2
(Due in class Wednesday, October 5)
1. (a) What are the possible JPC values for mesons made up of a quark and an antiquark of the
same flavor? Enumerate all the possib
Physics 145
Elementary Particle Physics
Harvard University
Fall Term 2016
Problem Set 7
(Final problem set, due Tuesday, December 6, at the final session of students seminars.)
1. (a)
In the 1970s and 80s, the CDHS group at CERN determined that the ratio
Physics 145
Elementary Particle Physics
Harvard University
Fall Term 2016
Problem Set 6
(Due in class Friday, November 18)
1. In Lecture 23 we calculated the total cross section for e +e + and obtained
4 2
,
3s
where s is the total energy squared in the c
Physics 145
Elementary Particle Physics
Harvard University
Fall Term 2016
Problem Set 3
(Due in class Friday, October 14)
1. (a)
Using the graphical method I
demonstrated in lecture, or any other
group-theoretical method you prefer,
show that two gluons c
Physics 145
Elementary Particle Physics
Harvard University
Fall Term 2016
Problem Set 1
(Due in class Monday, September 26)
1. The strong interactions are blind to flavor. All quarks carry the same color charge.
Thus the triplet of baryons, which all have
Physics 145
Elementary Particle Physics
Harvard University
Fall Term 2016
Problem Set 4
(Due in class Monday, October 24)
Notes:
A. This problem set presupposes some ability at error handling, which should have been
taught in Physics 15b and 15c labs. How
Physics 145
Elementary Particle Physics
Harvard University
Fall Term 2016
Problem Set 5
(Due in class Friday, November 11)
1. In the toy model I introduced in lecture, (A, B, and C only)
(a)
Calculate the total cross section for AA AA , for the case mA =
14 Satellite Motion
The path of an Earth
satellite follows the
curvature of the Earth.
14 Satellite Motion
14.1 Earth Satellites
A stone thrown fast enough to go a horizontal
distance of 8 kilometers during the time (1 second) it
takes to fall 5 meters, w
Chapter 2
Motion in One Dimension
Dynamics
The branch of physics involving the
motion of an object and the
relationship between that motion
and other physics concepts
Kinematics is a part of dynamics
In kinematics, you are interested in
the description of
Chapter 5
Energy
Forms of Energy
Mechanical
Focus for now
May be kinetic (associated with
motion) or potential (associated with
position)
Chemical
Electromagnetic
Nuclear
Some Energy
Considerations
Energy can be transformed from
one form to another
Essent
Chapter 3
Vectors and
Two-Dimensional Motion
Vector vs. Scalar Review
All physical quantities encountered
in this text will be either a scalar or
a vector
A vector quantity has both
magnitude (size) and direction
A scalar is completely specified by
only a
Chapter 1
Introduction
Theories and Experiments
The goal of physics is to develop theories
based on experiments
A theory is a guess, expressed
mathematically, about how a system
works
The theory makes predictions about how a
system should work
Experiments
Chapter 4
The Laws of Motion
Classical Mechanics
Describes the relationship between the
motion of objects in our everyday world
and the forces acting on them
Conditions when Classical Mechanics
does not apply
very tiny objects (< atomic sizes)
objects mov
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of wood. The speed
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straight
Physics E-1ax HW 1
Physics E-1ax Offline Homework 1
Vectors, Position, and Velocity
10 points total
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