Abu Dhabi University
College of Art & Sciences
Physics I Lab, PHY102L.
Spring 2011-2012
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Experiment 2
Density Measurement
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Abu Dhabi University
College of Art and Sciences
Course Syllabus
Course Name: Physics and Engineering Application II
Course Code: PHY201
Course Pre-requisites:PHY102
Course Co-requisites:
Credit hours: 4 (3 Lectures + 1 Lab)
Instructors Name: Hikmat A. Ha
Abu Dhabi University
College of Arts & Sciences
PHY201 Spring2011-2012
Assignment-3
Ch 25. Electric Potential
1. A charged particle (q = 8 mC), which moves in a region where the only force acting on
the particle is an electric force, is released from rest
Tutorials Problems
3. Calculate the magnitude of the magnetic field at a point 25.0 cm from a long,
thin conductor carrying a current of 2.00 A.
5. (a) A conducting loop in the shape of a square of edge length , = 0.400 m carries a current I
= 10.0 A as s
Abu Dhabi University
College of CAS
PHY201. Physics II.
Assignment 1
Ch23. Electric Charge
Section:
Group:
Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question by justifying your choice
showing all your work in details.
d
1. In th
Chapter 24
Gausss Law
Lectures by Dr. Hikmat Hamad
12/02/16
Dr. Hikmat A. Hamad
Goals for Chapter 24
To study electric flux
To calculate electric flux with Gausss
Law
To consider the electric field of various
symmetric charge distributions
12/02/16
Dr.
Chapter 26
Capacitance and
Dielectrics
10/17/2016
1
Goals for Chapter 26
To consider capacitors and capacitance
To study the use of capacitors in series and
capacitors in parallel
To determine the energy in a capacitor
To examine dielectrics and see h
Chapter 23
Electric Charge
and Electric Field
Power point lectures for
Physics for Scientists and Engineers with
Modern Physics 9th Edition
John W.Jewett and Raymond A. Serway
Lectures by Dr. Hikmat Hamad
12/02/16
Phy201- Dr.Hikmat A. Hamad
1
Goals for Ch
Electric charge,
Coulomb's Law and
Electric Field
Chapter 23
Goals of Chapter 23
To study electric charge and charge conservation
To see how objects become charged
To calculate the electric force between objects
using Coulombs law
To learn the differe
Chapter 25
Electric Potential
10/2/2016
Goals for Chapter 25
To study and calculate electrical potential energy
To define and study examples of electric potential
To trace regions of equal potential as equipotential
surfaces
To find the electric field
Current and Resistance
Dr.Hikmat A, Hamad
10/30/2016
Dr. Hikmat A. Hamad
1
Current and Resistance
So far we have studied Static Electricity.
Now consider the situation where charge
can move through some region of space,
and hence produce an electric cur
Magnetic Fields
Dr.Hikmat Hamad
11/16/2016
Dr. Hikmat A. Hamad
1
Objectives
In this chapter we will examine
Magnetic Fields and Forces
Motion of a Charged Particle in a Uniform
Magnetic
Applications Involving Charged Particles
Moving in a Magnetic Fie
Ch27 (Current and Resistance) Review Problems
Dr. Hikmat A. Hamad- Phy201
1. If the magnitude of the drift velocity of free electrons in a copper wire is 7.84 x 10-4 m/s,
what is the electric field in the conductor?The molar mass of copper is M = 63.5 g/m
Ch- 26- Capacitors Problems and Solutions
Phy201 Dr. Hikmat A. Hamad
1. An air-filled parallel-plate capacitor has plates of area 2.30 cm2 separated by 1.50 mm. (a)
Find the value of its capacitance. The capacitor is connected to a 12.0-V battery.
(b) Wha
Ch-25- Electric Potential- Solved Problems
Dr. Hikmat A. Hamad
SOLVED EXAMPLES
1. If 5.31x1018 electrons travel from the negative to the positive electrode of 9V battery:
a) How many Coulombs of electric charge flow?
Q= ne = (5.31x1018) (1.60 x10-19) = 0.
Review Problems
Ch25- Electric Potential
Dr. Hikmat A. Hamad
1. A charged particle (q = 8 mC), which moves in a region where the only force acting
on the particle is an electric force, is released from rest at point A. At point B the
kinetic energy of the
Abu Dhabi University
College of CAS
Dr.Hikmat A. Hamad
Review Problems Ch24
PHY201. Physics II.
Ch24 Gausss Law
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1. A uniform charge density of 500 nC/m3 is distributed throughout a spherical volume (radius = 16
cm). Consider a cubical (4.0 cm along the
Ch-24-Gausss Law- Problems and Solutions
Dr. Hikmat A. Hamad-Phy201
1. Two charges of 15 pC and 40 pC are inside a cube with sides that are of 0.4 m
length. Determine the net electric flux through the surface of the cube. Ans. 2.8
N.m2/C
Solution
qencl
=
Review #1 Ch23-part-A- Electric Force
Dr.Hikmat A. Hamad - Phy201
1. An object carries a charge of 8.0 C, while another carries a charge of 2.0 C. How many electrons
must be transferred from the first object to the second so that both objects have the sam
Ch-23 Electric Charge and Electric Field -Problems and Solutions
Phy201- Dr.Hikmat A. Hamad
1. What is the total charge of 75.0 kg of electrons?
Solution
The mass of one electron is 9.11 1031 kg, so that a mass M = 75.0 kg contains
75.0
N = = 9.111031 = 8
Abu Dhabi University
Review Problems
College of Arts & Sciences
Ch 26. Dielectrics and Capacitors
PHY201- Dr.Hikmat A. Hamad
1.
If C = 12 pF, determine the equivalent capacitance for the combination shown.
Ans: 6.0 pF
2. If C = 15 mF, determine the equiva
Chapter 23
Electric Charge
and Electric Field
Power point lectures for
Physics for Scientists and Engineers with
Modern Physics 9th Edition
John W.Jewett and Raymond A. Serway
Lectures by Dr. Hikmat Hamad
9/1/2015
Phy201- Dr.Hikmat A. Hamad
1
Goals for Ch
Chapter 24
Gausss Law
Lectures by Dr. Hikmat Hamad
9/25/2015
Dr. Hikmat A. Hamad
Goals for Chapter 24
To study electric flux
To calculate electric flux with Gausss
Law
To consider the electric field of various
symmetric charge distributions
9/25/2015
D
Physics II
Chapter 28: Current Circuits
Name:
Fall, 2015
Quiz Score:
1. ( points) A battery has an emf of 15.0V . The terminal voltage of the battery is 11.6V
when it is delivering 20.0W of power to an external load resistor R.
(a) What is the value of R
Physics II
Chapter 28: Current Circuits
Name:
Fall, 2015
Quiz Score:
1. ( points) If = 24V , at what rate is thermal energy generated in the 5 resistor shown
in the circuit? Ans: 3.2 W
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Physics II
Chapter 28: Current Circuits
Fall, 2015
2. ( poin
Physics II
Chapter 27:Current and Resistance
Name:
Fall, 2015
Quiz Score:
1. ( points) A rod of 2m length and a square (2 mm x 2 mm) cross section is made of a
material with a resistivity of 6 108 m. If a potential dierence of 0.5 V is placed
across the e
The University of Jordan
Faculty of Science
Department of Physics
Dr. Hanan Saadeh
1.
A charged particle (q = 8.0 mC), which moves in a region where the only force acting
on the particle is an electric force, is released from rest at point A. At point B t
Abu Dhabi University
Review Problems
College of Arts & Sciences
Ch 26. Dielectrics and Capacitors
PHY201- Dr.Hikmat A. Hamad
1.
If C = 12 pF, determine the equivalent capacitance for the combination shown.
Ans: 6.0 pF
2. If C = 15 mF, determine the equiva
Ch27- Solved Problems-Phy201
Dr. Hikmat A. Hamad
1. A proton beam in an accelerator carries a current of 125 A. If the beam is incident on a target,
how many protons strike the target in a period of 23.0 s?
Solution
If N is the number of protons each with
Ch- 26- Capacitors Problems and Solutions
Phy201 Dr. Hikmat A. Hamad
1. An air-filled parallel-plate capacitor has plates of area 2.30 cm2 separated by 1.50 mm. (a)
Find the value of its capacitance. The capacitor is connected to a 12.0-V battery.
(b) Wha