Non-EC Topics: circular orbits, PE for gravity in general, total energy for circular orbits, escape
velocity, momentum, impulse, average force, rotational motion, moment of inertia, rotational
KE, total KE if rolling without slipping, torque, angular mome
PHY 2054 - College Physics
Final Exam 2014 - Practice
Formulas and Constants:
Charge of electron: -1.602x10-19 C.
Mass of electron: 9.109x10-31 kg.
Mass of proton: 1.672x10-27 kg.
Permittivity of free space: o = 8.854x10-12 C2/(N.m2).
Permeability of free
PHY 2054 - College Physics
Course material for final chapters.
Blackbody radiation: Definition and properties, Plancks equation and constant.
Photoelectric Effect: Definition and properties; Einsteins explanation and equation;
Student Responsibility Agreement
By signing the following agreement, I confirm that I have read the syllabus and agree to the conditions
set forth within. I have also read and am aware of the schedule of labs and the dates of the individual
CHAPTER 8 A few questions may have more than one answer.
1. Which of the following element combinations is likely to produce covalent bonds in a
potassium and fluorine
magnesium and oxygen
nitrogen and chlorine
sodium and chlorine
e. selenium an
7.1 The species O2-, F-, N3- and Na+ are all
7.2 Which of the following processes represents the ionization energy of iodine?
I2 (s) I2+ (g) + e
I2 (g) I2+ (g) + e
RUBRIC FOR FINAL EXAM
In order to do well on the Final Exam, you need to be able to do the following:
Do all the things described in the Rubrics for Exams 1, 2 and 3. We did chapter 8
thru Section 8.6:
General Chemistry II
Sample Problems Answers
Chapters 6 - 8
November 11, 2008
1) What is the formula for diselenium decaoxide
2) When making Kool Aid, the _ is the solute and
the _ is the solvent.
A. Water, Cup
B. Kool Aid Mix, Water
C. Water, Kool Aid Mix
D. Kool Aid Mix, Cup
3) Why is
Specific Heat Capacities of Metals
In todays experiment we measured the specific heat capacities of aluminum, steel and
brass. For this experiment we used: calorimeter, thermometer #1 (0-100 C), thermometer #2 (050 C), triple beam (high) bal
Static Equilibrium of a Rigid Body
For this experiment we verified the conditions for the static equilibrium of a rigid body.
We used a force table with pulleys, weight hangers, set of slotted weights (masses), strings,
protractor, ruler (15 cm and
Tuesday, June 21, 2016
A 10 kg mass is placed on a spring with a spring constant of 100 N/m. The mass is on a horizontal
surface without friction. Initially (at t = 0 s), x = 0.50 m and v = 5 m/s. Answer the following:
a) What is the angu
Example: Suppose we have the following:
Mass 2 is great to overcome the static frictional force on mass 1. Also, there is friction on the
table. In additional one rope is connected from mass 1 to the pulley and another rope is
connected from mass 2
Standing Waves and
Concept of Musical Harmony
Musical consonance when
two or more frequencies
sound aesthetically pleasing
to the ear.
Musical dissonance when
two of more frequencies
displeasing to the ear.
Concepts of harmo
Gene Structure, Replication, and Expression
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Which of the following nitrogenous bases is usually found in
RNA but not in DNA? A. AdenineB. ThymineC. UracilD. Guanine
2. Over twisting or under twisting of double helic
Report Submission: 3-23-16
Lab Instructor: Casey Curley
Lab Section: 2:00-3:50
Experiment 8: Rigid-body rotation about a moving axis and Moment of Inertia
8.1 Rigid Body Rotation
of this laboratory experiment is to test
Study questions for Chapter 2
1. Use a real-world example to illustrate how evolutionary change over time can
be directly observed.
a. Observed in the variety of dog breeds found today, that all stem from a common
ancestor, the wolf. Through selective bre
Rigid-Body Rotation about a Moving Axis/ Moment of Inertia
For experiment 7.1 we wanted to study the rigid-body rotation about a moving axis. For
this part of the experiment we used two solid spheres, two solid cylinders, two thing-walled
hollow spheres a
Class Time: Tuesday and Thursday 12pm-2pm
In experiment four we are adding a set of vectors using three different methods to find the
resultant vector. The three different methods are graphical, analytical
Experiment 6: Collision
In this experiment we wanted to verify the energy conservation law when the potential
energy of a ball is converted to kinetic energy. We also wanted to study elastic and inelastic
collisions between two balls. The
For the projectile motion experiment, the purpose of todays experiment is to verify flight
range of a ball launched at an angel with an initial velocity. The equipment being used was a
projectile launcher,2 ste
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Provides you with immediate feedback.
Helps you stay on track with the course.
EXPERIMENT SCHEDULE for GEN. CHEM. 1 LAB: FALL 2012
Aug. 20 24
No labs this week
Aug. 27 31
Mandatory Safety Lecture! Additional information about
General Chemistry 1 Lab is available on the Internet at:
What's the mass on the spring?
b) Where is the mass moving at 5 m/s?
Quiz Solution Page 1
Quiz Solution Page 2
Thursday, June 23, 2016
A solid sphere with I = 2/5 M R^2 about its center is spinning at 10 rad/s about its edge.
If its mass
1) Car 1 and 2 are both moving in the x direction only. Car 1s initial
position is 100 meters, its initial velocity is 20 m/s in the negative x direction,
and its acceleration is constant at 5 m/s2 in positive x direction. Car 2s initial