Experiment 03: To study Voltage and Current in Simple Circuits
(Voltage Sensor, Current Sensor)
DataStudio file: 03 Simple Circuits.ds
E&M: Voltage and current
Equipment List
1 PASCO interface (for two sensors)
2 D cell 1.5 volt
1Current Sensor
1AC/DC Ele
ElectrostaticFieldsandMappingofEquipotentialLines
Object: To map equipotential lines and electric field lines produced by two oppositely
charged point charges and by two oppositely charged lines of charge.
1. Introduction
For macroscopic objects with elec
Abu Dhabi University
College of Art & Sciences
Physics II Lab, PHY201L.
Fall 2014-15
Experiment #: 2
Experiment Title: To study ohms Law power output
Group: B
Section #: 1
Students Names:
1. Jibran Hassan Ansari
ID: 1044736
2. Mohammed Abu Haseera
ID: 100
Experiment 02- To study ohms Law power output
Data Studio file: 02Ohms Law.ds
E&M: Ohms Law
Equipment List
1 PASCO 750 Interface
1 Banana Plug Patch Cord
1 AC/DC Electronics Lab
Introduction
The purpose of this activity is to confirm the relationship of c
Chapter 23
Electric Charge
and Electric Field
Power point lectures for
Physics for Scientists and Engineer s
with Moder n Physics 8th Edition
J ohn W.J ewett and Raymond A. Ser way
Lectures by Dr. Hikmat Hamad
Fall 2014- 2015
9/6/2014
Phy201- Dr.Hikmat A.
Abu Dhabi University
College of Art & Sciences
Physics II Lab, PHY201L.
Fall 2014-15
Experiment #: 2
Experiment Title: To study ohms Law power output
Group: B
Section #: 1
Students Names:
1. Jibran Hassan Ansari
ID: 1044736
2. Mohammed Abu Haseera
ID: 100
Chapter 24
Gausss Law
Lectures by Dr. Hikmat Hamad
9/23/2014
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
9/23/2014
D
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?
The mass of one electron is 9.11 1031 kg, so that a mass M = 75.0 kg contains
75.0
N = = 9.1110 31 = 8.23 1031
Phy201
Solved Problems Ch23-B Electric Field
Dr.Hikmat A.Hamad
1.Three point charges are located on a circular arc as shown in Figure P23.23.
(a) What is the total electric field at p, the center of the arc?
(b) Find the electric force that would be exert
Ch-24-Gauss s 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
q enc
Assignment #2 Ch23-part-B- Electric Field
Dr.HikmatA.Hamad
Phy201
1. If a = 60 cm, b = 80 cm, Q = 6.0 nC, and q = 3.0 nC in the figure, what is the magnitude
of the electric field at point P? Ans: 53 N/C
Assignment #2 Ch23BElectricFieldPhy201
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2. A +
Abu Dhabi University
College of CAS
Dr.Hikmat A. Hamad
Assignment #3
PHY201. Physics II.
Ch24 Gausss Law
_
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 edge) s
Reactor Physics and
Commissioning Tests
Oct 22, 2009
Sweng-Woong Woo
k097wsw@kins.re.kr
Korea Institute of Nuclear Safety
Contents
I.
II.
III.
IV.
Reactor Physics
Reactivity Calculation Methods
Reactivity Measurement Methods
Physics Tests
2
I. Reactor Phy
Ben Sauerwine
Practice for Qualifying Exams
Electricity and Magnetism
Problem Source: CMU August 2001 Qualifying Exam
(3) A solid glass sphere of mass M and radius R carries on its surface a
uniformly distributed positive charge Q. It is spinning in outer
Ben Sauerwine
Practice for Qualifying Exams
Thanks to Yossef for his presentation on this solution.
Problem Source: CMU August 2001 Qualifying Exam
Pion Photoproduction
Consider the Pion photoreaction + p = p + 0
(a) If the initial proton is at rest in th
Ben Sauerwine
Practice for Qualifying Exams
Thanks to Yossef and Shiang Yong for their input in this problem.
Problem Source: CMU August 2001 Qualifying Exam
Electron in a spherical well
An electron is in a spherical well of radius a and depth V0 , i.e.,
Ben Sauerwine
Practice for Qualifying Exams
Thanks to Ben B. for this solution.
Near absolute temperature T0 , the tension F in a rubber band is given by:
F = aT 2 (L L0 )
where L is the stretched length, L0 is the unstretched length, and a is a constant.
Ben Sauerwine
Practice for Qualifying Exams
Problem Source: CMU August 2002 Qualifying Exam
In a toy model of a nuclear reactor, the conservation law for the number of neutrons
is described by:
v
d
udV = j ndS + V rudV
dt V
S
(1)
where V is the volume of
Ben Sauerwine
Practice for Qualifying Exams
Problem Source: CMU Qualification Exam Day 2 (August 2002)
(2) Consider a solid uniform sphere of radius a and mass m which rolls without
slipping inside a fixed cylindrical pipe of radius R. Neglect friction, a
Ben Sauerwine
Practice for Qualifying Exams
Problem Source: CMU August 2002 Qualifying Exam
This problem considers the hyperfine structure of the 1s level of hydrogen. Splitting
of this level is responsible for the famous 21 cm emission line in radio astr
Ben Sauerwine
Practice for Qualifying Exams
Problem Source: CMU Qualifying Exam August 2002
This problem considers electrons confined to a box of length a with a square well
potential
0
V (x ) =
cfw_0 x a
otherwise
In addition to the confining potential,
Ben Sauerwine
Practice for Qualifying Exams
Problem Source: CMU August 2002 Qualifying Exam
Consider N identical but distinguishable very weakly interacting five-state quantum
subsystems with energy levels shown as in figure 1.
Figure 1: Energy level diag
Ben Sauerwine
Practice for Qualifying Exams
Problem Source: CMU August 2003 Qualifying Exam
Consider a supernova explosion occurring at a known distance D from Earth. The
energy spectrum of the photons received on Earth is measured and photons of
energies
Ben Sauerwine
Practice for Qualifying Exams
Problem Source: CMU Qualification Exam Day 2 (August 2003)
(7)
A particle of mass m is acted upon by a constant gravitational field with acceleration
v
g. The particle is also acted upon by a force F that is dir
Ben Sauerwine
Practice for Qualifying Exams
Problem Source: CMU August 2003 Qualifying Exam
A three-level quantum system, which might describe a spin-1 particle, for example,
has a Hamiltonian H whose matrix representation in the orthonormal basis
cfw_1 ,
Ben Sauerwine
Practice for Qualifying Exams
Problem Source: CMU August 2003 Qualifying Exam
Consider transitions from excited states of a hydrogen atom (2S and 2P) into the
ground state (1S). The 2S level is slightly higher in energy than the 2P level
(E
Ben Sauerwine
Practice for Qualifying Exams
Problem Source: CMU August 2003 Qualifying Exam
Consider a hollow body at temperature T containing electromagnetic radiation in
equilibrium with its walls. The energy spectrum of this so-called blackbody
radiati
Ben Sauerwine
Practice for Qualifying Exams
Problem Source: CMU August 2004 Qualifying Exam Day 2
An electromagnetic wave with fields
v
E 0 = xE 0 e i (kz t )
v
v
1
B0 = z E 0
c
is incident upon a particle of mass m and charge q at the origin. Assume that
Ben Sauerwine
Practice for Qualifying Exams
Problem Source: CMU August 2004 Qualifying Exam
(a) Solve the energy eigenvalue equation for a particle of mass m in the squarewell potential V (x ) that vanishes for 0 < x < a and equals + elsewhere.
Show that
Ben Sauerwine
Practice for Qualifying Exams
Problem Source: CMU Qualifying Exam August 2004
(1) (a) Write down the canonical partition function Z q for a quantum system
1
( k B is Boltzmanns constant, T is
k BT
the absolute temperature). Next write down t