Double-Slit Interference Angles of bright fringes: m = 0,1,2,3. Positions of bright fringes: m = 0,1,2,3. Positions of dark fringes: m = 0,1,2,3.
Circular-Aperture Diffraction
Width of central maxim
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Vectors
Vector
A car is parked 3 m to the left of the y-axis and 6m above the xaxis. Draw the position vector, find the components of the
position vector and write the position vector un unit vector
n
One Dimensional Kinematics
Two and Three
Dimensional Motion
Inclined Plane
A box slides down an inclined plane.
The motion of interest is down the
incline so lets choose a coordinate
system that is pa
One Dimensional Kinematics
Two and Three
Dimensional Motion
Inclined Plane
A box slides down an inclined plane.
The motion of interest is down the
incline so lets choose a coordinate
system that is pa
One Dimensional Motion
Motion Diagrams
A motion diagram is plotted in a Cartesian coordinate system
(x-y).
Each dot is a snaphot of the position of an object at a
particular time.
Projectile motion is
Chapter 25
Electromagnetic Waves
25-1 The Production of Electromagnetic Waves
Electromagnetic fields are produced by oscillating charges.
25-1 The Production of Electromagnetic Waves
The previous imag
Chapter 17
Phases and Phase Changes
Ideal Gas Law
State
PV = nRT
Equation of
R is universal gas constant = 8.31 J(mol K)-1
P is the pressure
V is the volume
n is the number of moles
T is the temperatu
Chapter 16
Temperature and Heat
What is Temperature?
By heating, the molecules of a substance move faster and have higher
kinetic energy and hence the temperature increases.
Temperature: measure of ho
Chapter 29
Relativity
29-1
The Postulates of Special Relativity
Einstein built special relativity on two postulates
Equivalence of Physical Laws: The laws of motion are the same
in every inertial fra
Chapter 26
Geometrical Optics
26-1
The Reflection of Light
If a stone is dropped into a pond, circular waves emanate
from the point where it landed. Rays, perpendicular to the
wave fronts, give the di
Chapter 28
Physical Optics: Interference and
Diffraction
28-1
Superposition and Interference
If two waves occupy the same space, their amplitudes add at each
point. They may interfere either construct
Chapter 23
Magnetic Flux and Faradays Law
of Induction
23-1
Induced Electromotive
Force
Faradays experiment: closing the switch in the primary
circuit induces a current in the secondary circuit, but o
Uniform Electric Field
When a charge is displaced against the electric force (F) in an
uniform Electric field (E), then its potential energy increases,
similar to gravitational potential energy.
Elect
Double-Slit Interference Angles of bright fringes: m = 0,1,2,3. Positions of bright fringes: m = 0,1,2,3. Positions of dark fringes: m = 0,1,2,3.
Circular-Aperture Diffraction
Width of central maxim
CpSc 120 Spring 2006 Review Sheet for Test 3
Chapter 4 Inside the System Unit 35 questions + 3 extra credit The exam includes, but is not limited to, questions about the following topics (which shoul
Question 1: Score 0/1
Ceres, the largest asteroid known, has a mass of roughly 8.7E20 kg. If Ceres passes within 12,000.0 km of the spaceship in which you are traveling, what force does it exert on yo
12-1 - 12-2 Newton's Law of Universal Gravitation and the Attraction of Spherical Bodies
Gravitation is the phenomenon that between every two objects there is a force of attraction. Newtons law of uni
-1 - 1-2 Physics and the Laws of Nature & Units of Length, Mass, and Time The study of physics deals with the fundamental laws of nature and many of their applications. These laws govern the behavior
1. Your Answer: 0.75 mi Correct Answer:-0.750.02 mi [2 significant digits required] 2.(b) What was her average speed in mi/h? Enter your answer as a number only. (Do not include units.)
4.090.02 [3 si
Chapter 16
Temperature and Heat
What is Temperature?
By heating, the molecules of a substance move faster and have higher
kinetic energy and hence the temperature increases.
Temperature: measure of ho
Revision
Ideal gas processes:
isobaric
isochoric
For monoatomic ideal gases:
QP= nCPT = (5/2)nR T = (5/2)P. V
QV= nCVT = (3/2)nR T = (3/2) P. V
Isothermal process: W = nRT ln (Vf/Vi) = NkT ln (Vf/Vi)
Reminders and Announcements
EXAM 3: Nov 3 (Tuesday) in class. The duration of the exam is 60 mins. This
exam covers chapters 22, 23 and 25.
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Chapter 19
Electric Charges, Forces,
and Fields
19-1
Electric
Charge
Benjamin Franklin
named 2 types of
charges:
electrons (negative)
protons (positive)
Neutrons
(no charge neutral)
Atom gains positiv
Chapter 23
Magnetic Flux and Faradays Law of
Induction
23-1
Induced Electromotive Force
Faradays experiment: closing the switch in the primary
circuit induces a current in the secondary circuit, but o