Chapter 3 Homework Answers
1. (a) color 2. (e) center line 5. (f) Specific gravity 7. (c) Electrons 9. (f) Friction 13. (d) Ti 14. (d) Phenolic 16. (b) Ag 18. (c) Requires electrons to change energy state 28. (a) Hg
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Chemical Corrosion resistance Abilit
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EXAM 3
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EXAM 1 Dr. Edward Rhoads
IUPUI Physics 219 Summer 2008
Note: some tests were slightly different than this one and therefore had slightly different answers. Part I Multiple Choice Conceptual Questions 1) Two charged objects attract each other with an elect
PRACTICE FINAL EXAM SOLUTIONS IUPUI Physics 219 1) Consider the two point charges shown in the figure. (A) Calculate the net electric field at x = 4.0 m. Enet = 5.394 N/C (B) Determine the direction of the net field. = 233.13 y E1 = 8.99 N/C at 0 3.0 m +2
Goal: To enjoy particle physics
Objectives: Quarks, neutrinos, and Leptons Oh my!
We have seen
How tiny a nucleus of an atom is, but what is a single proton or neutron made out of? Lets dive in!
Contents of a proton
The only thing reselbling a particle
Goal: To understand the basics of nuclear physics
Objectives: 1) To learn about Atomic number and weight 2) To be able to find the Size of nucleus 3) To understand Fusion and Fission 4) To learn about Binding Energy 5) To learn about How all the elements
Goal: To understand the atom
Objectives: 1) To learn that The basics of Atomic Physics isnt so bad 2) To understand the Bohr atom 3) To understand Electron energy levels 4) To understand how energy levels lead to Absorption and emission 5) To learn about
Goal: To understand how light acts like a particle
Objectives: 1) To learn about Quantization 2) To understand Blackbody radiation 3) To learn more about The photon 4) To learn about the Photoelectric Effect
Quantization
Okay this is an ugly looking word
Goal: To understand diffraction
Objectives: 1) To learn about the results of Youngs Double Slit Experiment 2) To understand when you get maxima and minima 3) To learn how to calculate where the maxima and minima are 4) To learn the Small angle approximati
Goal: To understand the basics of interference
Objectives: 1) What is interference 2) Constructive interference 3) Destructive interference 4) Path differences for complete interference
What is interference?
Interference is when a defender attacks a rece
Goal: To get to know the ins and outs of relativity (relatively speaking)
Objectives: 1) Black holes vs space-time 2) General Relativity 3) Special Relativity 4) Velocities of relativistic objects when you are relativistic
Black Hole
A black hole is an o
Goal: To understand multiple lens systems.
Objectives: 1) To understand how to calculate values for 2 lens combos 2) To understand the human eye
2 lenses
We have learned how to do the equations for the first lens, but what happens when you have 2 lenses?
Goal: To understand how mirrors and lenses work
Objectives: 1) To understand how Plane mirrors create an image 2) To understand how Convex Mirrors reflect light 3) To understand the properties of Concave Mirrors 4) To be able to calculate the Focal Length
Goal: To understand the basics of reflection and refraction
Objectives: 1) To understand the Propagation of light 2) To understand the following possibilities When light hits something: Reflection Refraction Critical Angle Brewsters Angle 3) To learn abou
Goal: To understand light
Objectives: 1) To understand how matter affects the speed of light 2) To learn why the Summer is hotter than the winter 3) To learn about Polarization 4) To understand and be able to calculate Doppler effect on light
Speed of lig
Goal: To understand electromagnetic waves.
Objectives: 1) to learn that the term electromagnetic wave is scarier sounding than it actually is 2) to understand how accelerating charges emit light 3) To learn about the electromagnetic spectrum 4) To unders
Goal: To understand RLC circuits
Objectives: 1) To understand how Impedance compares to resistance 2) To learn how to calculate Voltage and Current from Impedance 3) To learn about Resonance 4) To be able to calculate the Phase Angle of a circuit 5) To le
Goal: To understand AC circuits and how they apply to resistors, capacitors, and inductions
Objectives: 1) To learn about alternating current 2) To explore how voltages and currents of simple AC circuits compare to DC circuits 3) To understand Capacitors
Goal: To understand uses for induction
Objectives: 1) To learn how to use Lenzs Law to determine the direction of an induced current or magnetic field 2) To learn how to use Transformers 3) To learn about Inductors 4) To be able to calculate the Energy st
Goal: To understand how induction helps power our everyday lives
Objectives: 1) To learn how to produce a Motional EMF 2) To be able to calculate Magnetic Flux 3) To learn about Faradays Law
Motional Electro-Magnetic Force (EMF)
When a charge moves there
Goal: To understand Electromagnetic fields
Objectives: 1) Learn what Electro-Magnetic Fields are 2) Learn how to calculate the Magnetic Force on a wire 3) Learn to find the Magnetic Field for a straight wire 4) Learn to calculate the Magnetic Field from a