Tecnolgico de Monterrey. Physics Department. Physics 3
Activity: Applications of Electric Potential.
Instructions. Discuss in groups and answer the questions in the following problems.
1. With Gausss Law we worked with problems like the one presented here
Homework 1 w Solutions
Phys. 110B, UCSC, S2015
Due Apr. 9, Thursday
Problem 1 (10 points) Problem 8.13 (energy, Poynting vector).
Solution
(a) Using Amperes law, the magnetic field inside the solenoid can
be obtained as B = 0 nIs z , where we took the cen
Homework 5 w Solutions
Phys. 110B, UCSC, S2015
Due May 7, Thursday
Problem 1 (10 points) Problem 9.25 (Anomalous dispersion, Index of refraction)
Solution
Assuming the perturbation regime for the polarizability,
a single resonance at 0 with 0 means that
n
Homework 4 w Solutions
Phys. 110B, UCSC, S2015
Due Apr. 30, Thursday
Problem 1 (10 points) Problem 9.14 (Normal incidence, R and T )
These are the general equations for real
Solution
(and no free carriers).
and values
1
E0,R =
E0,I ,
1+
2
E0,T =
E0,I ,
Homework 3 w Solutions
Phys. 110B, UCSC, S2015
Due Apr. 23, Thursday
Problem 1 (10 points) Problem 9.8 (circular polarization)
Solution
(a) In this problem, horizontal is defined as y and vertical
is defined as x. If v = 0 and h = , then
2
f = (Ah y + A
Final exam
Phys. 110B, UCSC, S2015
This is an open-book take-home exam.
1. This exam format has been chosen to be able to test students on advanced
concepts without imposing time pressure or any other pressure and, in addition,
to accommodate dierent sche
Midterm exam
Phys. 110B, UCSC, S2015
Your solutions must be given on separately provided paper. Good luck!
Problem 1 (50 points) A linearly polarized monochromatic plane wave is normally
incident on a at surface of a good non-magnetic ( = 0 ) conductor, f
Homework 6 w Solutions
Phys. 110B, UCSC, S2015
Due May 21, Thursday
Problem 1 (10 points) Consider a monochromatic plane wave with a complex wave
vector propagating in a linear medium. And consider a very general case when
the permittivity (due to bound c
Homework 7 w Solutions
Phys. 110B, UCSC, S2015
Due May 28, Thursday
Problem 1 (10 points) Problem 11.6 (Radiation resistance of a magnetic dipole)
m2 4
0 0
The total radiated power is 12c3 , which is set equal
Solution
2
to I 2 R where I must be taken as
Homework 8 w Solutions
Phys. 110B, UCSC, S2015
Due 10 AM, June 8, Monday
Perfect score = 40 points; Extra credit = 40 points; Maximum score = 80 points.
Problem 1 (10 points) (Lorentz transformation) The Lorentz transformation is usually written as, with
Homework 2 w Solutions
Phys. 110B, UCSC, S2015
Due Apr. 16, Thursday
Problem 1 (10 points) Consider the setup considered in Example 8.3, but now assume that the space between the inner conductor and the outer conductor is
lled completely with a dielectric