Test #3
1. Magnetic fields exist in all atoms due to moving charges in the atoms. TRUE
2. All charged particles moving a speed of E/B pass un-deflected through a velocity selector
regardless of their mass and/or charge. TRUE
3. The magnetic field around a
Test #1
1. Electric potential energy and electric potential are just different names for the same quantity.
FALSE
2. The electric field E is a vector but the electric potential V is a scalar. TRUE
3. A charge in an electric field experiences a force from
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1054 Test 1 Review Questions
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1. A plastic rod is charged by rubbing it with a wool cloth, and-then brought near a neutral metallic sphere that is
insulated from ground. If it touches the sphere briefly, then is separated again, with the rod and spher
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The resistance of a resistor increases with increased temperature TRUE
Electric charges move through a conducting wire at the speed of light FALSE
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PHY 2054, Section 2, Spring 2015,
Instructor: Dr. Saiful I. Khondaker
Useful Equations:
e = 1.6 10-19 C, mp = 1.67 10-27 kg, me = 9.11 10-31 kg, 0 = 8.8510-12 C2/(N m2)
qq
1
=8.99 109 N m2/C2
Coulombs Law: F = k 1 2 2 where k =
4 0
r
q
q
Electric Field: E
PHY-2054C-002, Fall 2008 Instructor: Dr. Bhattacharya Quiz #7 KEY, Tuesday, Oct 21 1. An electromagnetic wave of wavelength 500 nm is traveling in vacuum in the -z direction. The electric field has amplitude 2.40 10-3 V/m. (a) The frequency of this wave i
PHY-2054C-002, Fall 2008 Instructor: Dr. Bhattacharya Quiz #10 (KEY), Thursday, Nov 20 1. Parallel rays of green mercury light with a wavelength of 540 nm pass through a slit with a width of 0.5 mm. (a) What is the distance from the central maximum to the
PHY 2054, Section 2, Spring 2015,
Instructor: Dr. Saiful I. Khondaker
Useful Equations:
e = 1.6 10-19 C, mp = 1.67 10-27 kg, me = 9.11 10-31 kg
0 = 8.8510-12 C2/(N m2)
qq
1
Coulombs Law: F = k 1 2 2 where k =
=8.99 109 N m2/C2
4 0
r
q
Electric Field due t
PHY-2054 B001, Fall 2008 Instructor: Dr. Bhattacharya Test #1, Tuesday, Sept 30, 3:00 pm - 4:15 pm
KEY
Please PRINT your name
TO GET FULL CREDIT YOU MUST SHOW YOUR WORK
There are 6 questions in this test. Questions 1,2, 5, and 6 each worth 20 points. Ques
PHY-2054C-002, Fall 2008 Instructor: Dr. Bhattacharya Quiz #4-KEY, Thursday, Sept 25 1. A beam of protons is accelerated through a potential difference of 1.5 kV and then enters a uniform magnetic field traveling perpendicular to the field.
Y
11 00 11 00
e = 1.6 10-19 C, mp = 1.67 10-27 kg, me = 9.11 10-31 kg
0 = 8.8510-12 C2/(N m2)
qq
1
Coulombs Law: F = k 1 2 2 where k =
=8.99 109 N m2/C2
4 0
r
q
Electric Field due to a point charge: E = k 2 , F=q0E
r
qenclosed
Gausss Law: = EA cos =
0
Electric potentia
PHY-2054C-002, Fall 2008 Instructor: Dr. Bhattacharya Quiz #8 KEY, Tuesday, Oct 28 1. Light having a certain frequency, wavelength, and speed is traveling through empty space. If the frequency of this light were doubled, then (a) its wavelength would rema
PHY-2054C-002, Fall 2008 Instructor: Dr. Bhattacharya Quiz #1-KEY, Tuesday, Sept 02 1. Two positive charges 5 nC and 10 nC are separated by 50 cm as shown in the accompanying figure.
1 0 1 0 11 00 11 00
5nC 25cm
B 10cm
A
1 0 1 0
10nC 1 0
1 0
25cm
(a) Find
PHY 2054 SPRING 2013
WORKSHEET: WEEK 1
A BRIEF REVIEW OF VECTORS
In this course, you will deal with host of topics which will require solid understanding of vectors.
Even if you feel confident with vectors, we urge you to review vectors or else you may mi
PHY-2054C-002, Fall 2008 Instructor: Dr. Bhattacharya Course summary
q q 1 Coulomb's law: F = k q1 22 r = 40 q1 22 r ^ ^ r r Q 1 Q ^ ^ Electric filed: E = k r2 r = 40 r2 r Q Electric potential: V =kr q Potential energy : U = k qr1122 Conservation of energ
PHY 2054C: College Physics II, Section 2, Spring 2015
Instructor: Dr. Saiful Khondaker,
Class time: TuTh 9.00 10.20 am, MSB 359
Office Hours: Tu Th 10.30-11.50 am, or by appointment
Contact info: Physical Science 465 (during office hours), Research pavili
PHY-2054 B001, Fall 2008 Instructor: Dr. Bhattacharya Test #2, Tuesday, Nov 13, 3:00 pm - 4:15 pm
Name:
KEY
TO GET FULL CREDIT YOU MUST SHOW YOUR WORK
There are 10 questions in this test. Questions 1-8 are multiple choice and each worth 5 points. Question
PHY2054C-0001, Spring 2015
Instructor: Dr. Bhattacharya
Test #1, Tuesday, February 12, 1:30 pm - 2:50 pm
Please PRINT your name
PlD:
TO GET FULL CREDIT YOU MUST SHOW YOUR WORK
You need a simple CALCULATOR and a PINK SCANTRON for this test
Questions 1 - 12
COLLEGE PHYSICS, Part II
Chapter 21: MAGNETIC FIELD AND MAGNETIC FORCES
1. Magnetism
2. Magnetic Field and Magnetic Force
3. Motion of Charged Particles in a Magnetic Field
4. Mass Spectrometers
5. Magnetic Force on a Current-Carrying Conductor
6. Force a
PHY-2054C-002, Fall 2008 Instructor: Dr. Bhattacharya Quiz #6 KEY, Thursday, Oct 16 1. In a series R-L-C circuit, R = 300 , XC = 200 and XL = 600. The average power consumed in the resistor is 60.0 W. (a) Find the angle by which the current leads(lags) th
Recitation Problems Week 3 (Jan. 22-
Jan. 28, 2013)
PHY 2054.0002 (Colwell)
All problems from Chapter 21.
3. | It takes 3.0 mJ of work to move a 15 nC charge from point A to B. It takes -5.0 mJ
of work to move the charge from C to B. What is
Recitation Problems Unit 1
PHY 2054.0002 (Colwell)
Spring 2013
4. | A plastic rod that has been charged to -15.0 nC touches a metal sphere. Afterward,
the rods charge is - 10.0 nC.
(a) What kind of charged particle was transferred betwe
Recitation Problems Week 4 (REVISED) (Jan. 29-
Feb. 4, 2013)
PHY 2054.0002 (Colwell)
All problems from Chapter 21.
44. | A 2.0-cm-diameter parallel-plate capacitor with a spacing of 0.50 mm is charged to
200 V. What are (a) the total energ
PHY 2054 MINI-STUDIO SPRING 2013
WORKSHEET: WEEK 3
On the previous worksheet you answered questions on electric force, which is an action-at-a-distance
force. The idea of a force acting across a space was difficult for early investigators to accept, and a
The Pauli principle is also responsible for the large-scale stability of matter. Molecules cannot
be pushed arbitrarily close together, because the bound electrons in each molecule are forbidden
from entering the same state as the electrons in the other m
where r is the distance at which we make the observation. From this simple formula, it is seen
that the radiation intensity falls down with incresing distance quadratically. In other words, if
you increase the distance by a factor of 2, your exposure to t
HSA 4702HEALTH SCIENCES RESEARCH METHODS
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HSC4943-Health Sciences Internship
Health Sciences Pre-Clinical Program
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