Quiz 1a
Name: Phys224 Date: Spring 2010
Dr. P. Hanlet
Concept (3 points each)
1. Your brakes on your car work due to: (a) Bernoulis principle (b) Archimedes principle (d) in part by each of the above (e) none of the above
(c) Pascals principle
2. A conseq
Quiz 9a
Name:
Phys224
Date:
Spring 2010
Dr. P. Hanlet
Concept (3 points each)
1. A wave function is:
(a) a solution to the wave equation
(b) a probability density
(c) used to describe the quantum mechanical state of a particle
(d) all of the previous
(e)
MidTerm Ib
Name:
Phys224
Date:
Spring 2010
Dr. P. Hanlet
Show your work! If I can read it, I will give you partial
credit! Correct answers without work will NOT get full credit.
Concept (3 points each)
Circle the correct answer:
1. For an isochoric proces
MidTerm IIb
Name:
Phys224
Date:
Spring 2010
Dr. P. Hanlet
Concept (3 points each)
1. A typical converging lens has the shape:
(a) convex-concave
(d) concave-concave
(b) convex-convex
(c) ﬂat-concave
(e) concave-convex
2. In the following diagram, the stic
Quiz 1b
Name:
Phys224
Date:
Spring 2010
Dr. P. Hanlet
Show your work! If I can read it, I will give you partial
credit! Correct answers without work will NOT get full credit.
Concept (3 points each)
1. A barge ﬂoats due to:
(a) Bernouli’s principle
(d) al
Quiz 2b
Name:
Phys224
Date:
Spring 2010
Dr. P. Hanlet
Concept (3 points each)
1. Each hydrogen gas molecule, H2 , at room temperature has, on average, how much energy?
1
kT
2
(b) 1 kT
3
(c) kT
2
(d) 2 kT
(a)
(e)
5
kT
2
(f) 3 kT
2. The plot below shows the
Quiz 3b
Name:
Phys224
Date:
Spring 2010
Dr. P. Hanlet
Concept (3 points each)
1. As shown in class, why is β = 3α in the Chapter 20 equations?
(a) because volume has 3 dimensions, so it is exactly 3 times larger
(b) because of the molecular structure of m
Quiz 4b
Name:
Phys224
Date:
Spring 2010
Dr. P. Hanlet
Concept (3 points each)
1. The second law of thermodynamics, can be stated succintly as:
S≥0
Under which condition is S > 0?
(a) always at STP
(b) in a reversible process
(c) when ∆T = 0 and ∆V = 0
(d)
Quiz 6b
Name:
Phys224
Date:
Spring 2010
Dr. P. Hanlet
Concept (3 points each)
1. The intensity I of an electromagnetic wave (having electric ﬁeld E) is proportional to:
(a) E
√
(b) E
(c) E 2
(d) E 4
(e) 4E
1
Problem (5 pts)
Show your work! If I can read
Quiz 9b
Name:
Phys224
Date:
Spring 2010
Dr. P. Hanlet
Concept (3 points each)
1. Which particle(s) will be quantized?
(a) a proton in a 1D box
(b) electron ionized from its atom
(c) electron attached to the end of an inﬁnitessimally small spring
(d) all o
Quiz 10b
Name:
Phys224
Date:
Spring 2010
Dr. P. Hanlet
Concept (3 points each)
1. Given a bound particle’s wavefunction, which step(s) is(are) required to determine its amplitude?
(a) knowledge of the potential
(b) knowledge of the particle’s energy level
MidTerm IIa
Name:
Phys224
Date:
Spring 2010
Dr. P. Hanlet
Concept (3 points each)
1. A typical diverging lens has the shape:
(a) concave-concave
(d) convex-concave
(b) concave-convex
(c) ﬂat-convex
(e) convex-convex
2. A concave mirror with a radius of R
MidTerm Ia
Name:
Phys224
Date:
Spring 2010
Dr. P. Hanlet
Show your work! If I can read it, I will give you partial
credit! Correct answers without work will NOT get full credit.
Concept (3 points each)
Circle the best answer:
1. For an adiabatic process,
Quiz 8b
Name: Phys224 Date: Spring 2010
Dr. P. Hanlet
Concept (3 points each)
1. The gure below shows black body radiation spectra for three dierent temperatures. These spectra are important because they ushered in quantum mechanics since classical theory
Quiz 2a
Name: Phys224 Date: Spring 2010
Dr. P. Hanlet
Concept (3 points each)
1. The constant k in the Ideal Gas Law is frequently used to: (a) convert to moles (b) convert between dierent temperature scales (c) calculate molar density
(d) relate microsco
Quiz 3a
Name: Phys224 Date: Spring 2010
Dr. P. Hanlet
Concept (3 points each)
1. In the adjacent gure, the four rectangular metal plates have sides of length, L, 2L, or 3L. All have the same thickness, are made of the same material, and have identical tem
Quiz 4a
Name: Phys224 Date: Spring 2010
Dr. P. Hanlet
Concept (3 points each)
1. The second law of thermodynamics, can be stated succintly as: S0 Under which condition does S = 0? (a) at STP (b) in an irreversible process (c) when V = 0 and T = 0 (d) when
Quiz 5a
Name: Phys224 Date: Spring 2010
Dr. P. Hanlet
Concept (3 points each)
1. A typical converging lens has the shape:
(a) convex-convex
(b) convex-concave (c) concave-convex (d) concave-concave
2. In the following diagram, the stick-gure sh stalker ob
Quiz 6a
Name: Phys224 Date: Spring 2010
Dr. P. Hanlet
Concept (3 points each)
1. A monochromatic source produces light at a wavelength = 510 nm in air. The wave then passes through water with an index of refraction of n = 1.32. The frequency of the wave i
Quiz 7a
Name: Phys224 Date: Spring 2010
Dr. P. Hanlet
Concept (3 points each)
1. As a space traveller, your spacecraft has headlights that allow you to view debris. As you pass something interesting, you decide to switch the lights on behind you to get a
Quiz 8a
Name: Phys224 Date: Spring 2010
Dr. P. Hanlet
Concept (3 points each)
1. The gure below shows data taking from a Compton scattering experiment. The points are data and the lines are mathematical ts to the data. In each of the plots, (b), (c), (d),
Quiz 5b
Name: Phys224 Date: Spring 2010
Dr. P. Hanlet
Concept (3 points each)
1. A typical diverging lens has the shape: (a) convex-convex (b) convex-concave (c) concave-convex
(d) concave-concave
2. A concave mirror with a radius of R = 20 cm creates an
Quiz 6b
Name: Phys224 Date: Spring 2010
Dr. P. Hanlet
Concept (3 points each)
1. The intensity I of an electromagnetic wave (having electric eld E ) is proportional to: (a) E (b) E
(c) E 2
(d) E 4 (e) 4E
1
Problem (5 pts) Show your work! If I can read it,
Quiz 7b
Name: Phys224 Date: Spring 2010
Dr. P. Hanlet
Concept (3 points each)
1. As a space traveller, your spacecraft breaks down while travelling at a constant velocity of 0.2c relative to a nearby star. While outside repairing the vehicle you view anot
Quiz 10a
Name: Phys224 Date: Spring 2010
Dr. P. Hanlet
Concept (3 points each)
1. Which steps are required to determine a bound particles wavefunction (exculding normalization/amplitude)? (a) knowledge of the potential (b) knowledge of the particles energ