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Gaz parfaits, gaz rels et phases condenses :
1. Modle du Gaz Parfait, modle de Van der Waals :
a) = m/V = n.M/V avec PV = nRT donc = PM/(RT)
A.N. : v = 1/ par dfinition do v = 0,142 m3/kg.
Le volume molaire Vm = V / n = RT / P donne accs la pression P.
PreExam-I, Phy2323, Reza Khanbabaie, Time: 1 hr,
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1. Three point charges with equal charge of 310-9 C are located on three
corners of a square of side leng
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PHY2323 DGD problems for Monday/Wednesday February 22/24, 2016
Ch. 3: Exercises 23, 28, 33, and Problem 56
Assignment 5 due Friday February 26 (by 4 p.m. in MCD 2nd floor foyer hand-in boxes)
A. A dielectric rod of radius 10 cm extends along the z-axis fr
DGD problems for Monday/Wednesday January 25/27, 2016
Problem 1: A straight line with a uniform charge density l extends from z = L/2 to z = L/2
~ at a point ~r =
on the z-axis. (a) Find the electric field E
a in the x-y plane. (b) Find E
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PHY2323 DGD problems for Monday/ Wednesday February 8/10, 2016
Ch. 3 Problems 27, 29, 35, 39
Assignment 4 due Friday February 12 (by 4 p.111. in MCD 2”d floor foyer hand—in boxes)
A. A dipole is formed by placing a negative charge of —5 n0 at z = 0.8,um a
PHY2323 DGD problems for Monday/Wednesday March 14/16, 2016
Ch. 5 Problems 1, 6, 5, Exercise 3
Assignment 7 due Friday March 18 (by 4 pm. in MCD 2nd floor foyer hand—in boxes)
A. A current I flows in the direction indicated in a Wire loop lying in the X—y
In electrostatic equilibrium, E = 0 inside a conductor
However, when we apply a potential difference (voltage) at
both ends of a conductor, we deposit equal but opposite
amounts of charge on either end of the conductor.