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Vasily Arzhanov
Reactor Physics, KTH
Course Objectives
Having finished the course, you will be able to:
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Chapter 9
Sample Problems
Section 9.6, page 231, #28
A 5.0 kg toy car can move along an x axis. The figure gives
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Q1
How many grams of nitrogen atoms are present in a sample of each of the following that
contains 3.43 moles of oxygen atoms?
(a) NO
48.0
g
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32.0
g
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19.2
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32.0
g
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14
= 48
2 14
3.43
= 32
3
2 14

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Light Modulation by the Linear Electro-Optic Effect
Christophe Peucheret
DTU Fotonik
Department of Photonics Engineering
Technical University of Denmark
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Professor P. Q. Hung
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Quantum Mechanics I
2.1 Basic Concepts and Formulae
Wave number
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The Measurement of Uranium Enrichment
Hastings A Smith,Jr.
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zero.
The electric field at the center of the square due to the charge at the origin is,
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The following diagram shows the arrangement of the electric field at a distance
x
from
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The electric field due to an infinite line charge at a distance is,
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law. Let us assume a Gaussian sphere of the radius around the sphere.
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law. Let us assume a Gaussian sphere of the radius around the sphere.
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the wire.
The electric field at the distance
dE
r
from the small line element
dy
is,
kdq
r2
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dq
dy
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due to the charges at the vertices
Q
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Particles and Waves
AP Learning Objectives
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Chapter 10: Energy & Work
Questions: 2, 14, 15, 19, 21
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