Physics 060 Alpha, beta, gamma decay worksheet
MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or
answers the question.
1) Alpha rays can penetrate 1) _
A) several millim
Physics 060 Worksheet on Isotopes
March 27,2008
MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or
answers the question.
1) Which of the atomic particles has the least ma
Physics 060 Dynamics worksheet
1) Which of Newton's laws best explains why motorists should buckleup? 1) _
A) the second law B) the law of gravitation
C) the third law D) the first law
2) When you si
1. An electron is moving North with an initial speed of 2x10 5 m/s through a
magnetic field directed down of strength 152 Gauss. a) What is the
magnitude and direction of the magnetic force on the ele
A. Magnets
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1. magnetic field (B) causes force on moving charge:
F = q v x B, magnitude: F = q v B sin(vB)
direction: right hand rule: thumb = hand x
fingers
2. units: 1 Tesla = 10,000 Gauss =
1. Laser light of wavelength 632 nm is directed through a double slit with
slit separation of 0.1 mm. What is the distance between adjacent maxima
on a screen 4 meters away?
2. A laser light of wavele
1. Explain how an xray machine produces xrays. This should include a
discussion of discrete and continuous spectra.
2. What are the three main means of absorbing xrays and for which energy
range is ea
1. Assume a temperature for the skin surface of yourself and calculate the wavelength where
your radiation peaks assuming you radiate as a perfect blackbody.
2. The sun's power output per wavelength v
1. Given the wavelength of an electromagnetic wave, identify its type (e.g.,
given a wavelength of 5.5 x 107 m, the type is visible (yellow) ).
2. a) What is the speed of light in air? b) What is the
A. Cameras
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1. fstop = f/D
2. time: amount of light proportional to time and area (D)
3. diffraction effects proportional to 1/D [1.22 = D sin(limit)]
4. thin films for minimizing reflection (s
A. Energy and wavelengths
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1. Ephoton = hf; f = c; therefore, E = hc/
2. Eedge 13.6 eV (Z1)
B. Interference (xray diffraction)
1. nmax = 2 d sin(max)
C. Absorption
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1. intensity (I) vs distan
A. Electromagnetic waves
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1. speed of waves = 1/(oo) = 3 x 108 m/s = c
2. waves and frequency: the spectrum
(a) radio
red
(b) microwave & radar
orange
(c) infrared
yellow
(d) visible

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