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E a The induced emf, as a function of time, is given by Eq. The induced current could have increased from zero to some positive value, then decreased to zero and became negative, so that the net charge to flow through the resistor was zero. This would be like sloshing the charge back and forth through the loop. E a Use Eq. E The magnetic field is out of the page, and the current through the rod is down.

Then Eq. E We will use the results of Exercise 11 that were worked out above. All we need to do is find the initial flux; flipping the coil up-side-down will simply change the sign of the flux. E a Starting from the beginning, Eq.

If the loop moves away from the wire at a constant speed v, then the distance D varies as vt. The two answers are otherwise identical. E a The frequency of the emf is the same as the frequency of rotation, f. E We can use Eq.

E dt We start with the left hand side of this expression.

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The problem has cylindrical symmetry, so the induced electric field lines should be circles centered on the axis of the cylindrical volume. Now for the right hand side. The path of integration is chosen so that if our right hand fingers curl around the path our thumb gives the direction of the magnetic field which cuts through the path.

Since the field points into the page a positive electric field would have a clockwise orientation. Since B is decreasing the derivative is negative, but we get another negative from the equation above, so the electric field has a positive direction.

Now for the magnitude. P a We are only interested in the portion of the ring in the yz plane. Your right b From c to b. This means use only one loop to maximize the emf. Since the magnetic field is directed out of the page, a positive emf would be counterclockwise hold your right thumb in the direction of the magnetic field and your fingers will give a counter clockwise sense around the loop.

But the answer was negative, so the emf must be clockwise. The negative sign indicate a decreasing radius. This is identical to the rate of change of gravitational potential energy. First we will find an expression for the emf. Since B is constant, the emf must be caused by a change in the area; in this case a shift in position. This emf causes a current. Let us assume that it is constrained to that region of the disk. This electric field will result in a force on the free charge carries electrons?

P Assume that E does vary as the picture implies. E a Using the right hand rule a clockwise current would generate a magnetic moment which would be into the page. Both currents are clockwise, so add the moments: So that must be the answer. E a The electric field at this distance from the proton is 1 1.

E a Look at the figure. I think both fields are far beyond our current abilities. E Since 0. E Using Eq. The negative indicates inward. E The total magnetic flux through a closed surface is zero. There is inward flux on faces one, three, and five for a total of -9 Wb.

E The stable arrangements are a and c. The torque in each case is zero. The disks can be sliced into rings. Note that this is closely related to the expression for angular momentum of a ring: Your fingers curl in the direction of the current in the wire loop. Hence, the net force is directed to the left. P b Point the thumb or your right hand to the left.

Hence, the net force is directed to the right. E a Eq. Leq L1 L2 b If the inductors are close enough together then the magnetic field from one coil will induce currents in the other coil. Then we will need to consider mutual induction effects, but that is a topic not covered in this text. The we can invert Eq. The number of turns is limited by the inner radius: E I When the switch is just closed there is no current through the inductor or R2 , so the potential difference across the inductor must be 10 V.

The potential difference across R1 is always 10 V when the switch is closed, regardless of the amount of time elapsed since closing. II After the switch has been closed for a long period of time the currents are stable and the inductor no longer has an effect on the circuit. Then the circuit is a simple two resistor parallel network, each resistor has a potential difference of 10 V across it. Using Eq. The magnetic energy density is found from Eq.

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The four possible capacitances are then 2. It requires one-quarter period for the capacitor to charge, or 0. E a An LC circuit oscillates so that the energy is converted from all magnetic to all electrical twice each cycle.

It occurs twice because once the energy is magnetic with the current flowing in one direction through the inductor, and later the energy is magnetic with the current flowing the other direction through the inductor.

The period is then four times 1. Note that maximum frequency occurs with minimum capacitance. We want to charge a capacitor with one-ninth the capacitance to have three times the potential difference. Closing S1 and S2 will not work, because the energy will be shared. Instead, close S2 until the capacitor has completely discharged into the inductor, then simultaneously open S2 while closing S1.

The inductor will then discharge into the second capacitor. E The damped angular frequency is given by Eq. Substitute this in and we arrive at Eq.

P Choose the y axis so that it is parallel to the wires and directly between them. As you have been warned so many times before, learn these differentials!

U0 qm For small enough damping we can expand the exponent. It does this through the configuration of the magnets and coils of wire. One complete turn of the generator will could?

Not only does this set the frequency, it also sets the emf, since the emf is proportional to the speed at which the coils move through the magnetic field. E a The reactance of the capacitor is from Eq. This is discussed on page , although it is slightly hidden in the text of column one. But what does this really mean? It means that the inductor plays a major role in the current through the circuit while the capacitor plays a minor role.

The more inductive a circuit is, the less significant any capacitance is on the behavior of the circuit. For frequencies below the resonant frequency the reverse is true. The impedance is equal to the resistance, and it is almost as if neither the capacitor or inductor are even in the circuit. The net x component is R. R E Yes. E a The voltage across the generator is the generator emf, so when it is a maximum from Sample Problem , it is 36 V. For a resistive load we apply Eq.

Since this factor of 2 appears in all of the expressions, we can conclude that if the rms values are equal then so are the maximum values. Focus on the right hand side of the last equality. Then, according to Eq. So everything is V. The power factor is one for a system in resonance. Finally, the rms current is E rms When only one device is between the two points the impedance is equal to the reactance or resistance of that device.

E Apply Eq. Np 65 E a Apply Eq. The same possibilities are true for the secondary connections. Ignoring the one-to-one connections there are 6 choices— three are step up, and three are step down. The step down ratios are the reciprocals of these three values. This is the amount by which the supply voltage must be increased.

From Eq. In position 1 the circuit is an RLC circuit, but the capacitance is equal to the two capacitors of C in parallel, or 2C. In position 2 the circuit is a simple LC circuit with no resistance.

We can then choose any two wires and expect by symmetry to get the same result. We choose 1 and 2. We need to add these two sine functions to get just one. Resonance circuits have a power factor of one. P P Use Eq. But the resistor would get hot, while on average there is no power radiated from a pure inductor.

Then the two values of r are 2. H d B E Substitute Eq. E a Consider the path abef a. The closed line integral consists of two parts: E dt b Do everything above again, except substitute B for E. This multi-valued result would be quite unphysical. E a Consider the part on the left. It has a shared surface s, and the other surfaces l.

Note that dA Consider the part on the right. It has a shared surface s, and the other surfaces r. Magnetic dipole because the current loop acts like a magnetic dipole. E The electric and magnetic field of an electromagnetic wave are related by Eqs. E Use the right hand rule. It is in the positive x direction. E a Intensity is related to distance by Eq.

E a The electric field amplitude is related to the intensity by Eq. E Radiation pressure for absorption is given by Eq. N m Am N Cm Am sm m m s E We can treat the object as having two surfaces, one completely reflecting and the other completely absorbing. A c E We can treat the object as having two surfaces, one completely reflecting and the other completely absorbing. Add these two energy densities to get the net energy density outside the surface. Solving for H, 8P 8 4.

The value for I is in Ex. P For the two outer circles use Eq. Energy only passes through the yz faces; it goes in one face and out the other. We can then deal with a scalar, instead of vector, integral, and we can integrate it in any order we want.

Then we are done! R d Read part b above. If the thumb is in the direction of current then the fingers of the right hand grip ion the direction of the magnetic field lines. S is found from the cross product of these two, and must be pointing radially inward.

If we assume that this is the data transmission rate in bits per second a generous assumption , then it would take days to download a web-page which would take only 1 second on a 56K modem! E a We refer to Fig. The limits are approximately nm and nm. E a 2 4. E This is a question of how much time it takes light to travel 4 cm, because the light traveled from the Earth to the moon, bounced off of the reflector, and then traveled back.

Note that I interpreted the question differently than the answer in the back of the book. The path of the ray can be projected onto the xy plane, the xz plane, or the yz plane. If the projected rays is exactly reflected in all three cases then the three dimensional incoming ray will be reflected exactly reversed. But the problem is symmetric, so it is sufficient to show that any plane works. Now the problem has been reduced to Sample Problem , so we are done.

There is no loss of generality in doing so; we had to define our coordinate system somehow. The choice is convenient in that any normal is then parallel to the z axis. Furthermore, we can arbitrarily define the incident ray to originate at 0, 0, z1.

Lastly, we can rotate the coordinate system about the z axis so that the reflected ray passes through the point 0, y3 , z3. The point of reflection for this ray is somewhere on the surface of the mirror, say x2 , y2 , 0. The only point which is free to move is the reflection point, x2 , y2 , 0 , and that point can only move in the xy plane.

We do this minimization by taking the partial derivative with respect to both x2 and y2. But we can do part by inspection alone. Any non-zero value of x2 can only add to the total distance, regardless of the value of any of the other quantities. We are done! The normal is parallel to the z axis, so it also lies in the yz plane. Everything is then in the yz plane.

E Refer to Page of Volume 1. We can use these two angles, along with the index of refraction of air, to find that the index of refraction of the liquid from Eq. Combining, nL n2 L 1. Let x be the distance between the points on the surface where the vertical ray crosses and the bent ray crosses. E Use the results of Ex. There is actually a typo: This makes a huge difference for part c! E a The critical angle is given by Eq. The diameter is twice this radius, or 2 0.

Since part of the light undergoes total internal reflection while the other part does not, then the angle of incidence must be approximately equal to the critical angle. As the wavelength increases the index of refraction decreases.

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In short, red light has a larger critical angle than blue light. If the angle of incidence is midway between the critical angle of red and the critical angle of blue, then the blue component of the light will experience total internal reflection while the red component will pass through as a refracted ray.

So yes, the light can be made to appear bluish. See above. Getting the effect to work will require considerable sensitivity.

E a There needs to be an opaque spot in the center of each face so that no refracted ray emerges.

The radius of the spot will be large enough to cover rays which meet the surface at less than the critical angle. Each side has an area of This shift is small, so we apply the approximation: E The sun rotates once every 26 days at the equator, while the radius is 7.

E a No relative motion, so every 6 minutes. The shift is The frequency observed by the detector from the second source is Eq. Then 0. E P Consider the triangle in Fig. The true position corresponds to the speed of light, the opposite side corresponds to the velocity of earth in the orbit.

Water waves travel more slowly in shallower water, which means they always bend toward the normal as they approach land. Once in the water the problem is identical to Sample Problem The reflected ray in the water is parallel to the incident ray in the water, so it also strikes the water normal, and is transmitted normal.

Once the ray is in the water then the problem is identical to Sample Problem It is mildly entertaining to note that the value of n0 is unim- portant, only the value of a! We will ignore the ay term in the denominator because it will always be small compared to 1.

P a The fraction of light energy which escapes from the water is dependent on the critical angle. Light radiates in all directions from the source, but only that which strikes the surface at an angle less than the critical angle will escape. We never needed to know the depth h. P Consider the two possible extremes: Start with the harder option. The actual answer for the speed of the airplane is half this because there were two Doppler shifts: Hence, the plane approaches with a speed of E You are 30 cm from the mirror, the image is 10 cm behind the mirror.

You need to focus 40 cm away. E Sketch a line from Sarah through the right edge of the mirror and then beyond. Sarah can see any image which is located between that line and the mirror. E The images are fainter than the object.

Several sample rays are shown. E The image is displaced. The eye would need to look up to see it. E Three. There is a single direct image in each mirror and one more image of an image in one of the mirrors.

By similar triangles the diameter of the pupil and the diameter of the part of the mirror d which reflects light into the eye are related by d 5. E a Seven; b Five; and c Two. This is a problem of symmetry. E Seven. Three images are the ones from Exercise 8. But each image has an image in the ceiling mirror. That would make a total of six, except that you also have an image in the ceiling mirror look up, eh?

So the total is seven! E A point focus is not formed. The envelope of rays is called the caustic. You can see a similar effect when you allow light to reflect off of a spoon onto a table. E The image is magnified by a factor of 2. An important question to ask is whether or not the image is real or virtual.

If it is a virtual image it is behind the mirror and someone looking at the mirror could see it. If it were a real image it would be in front of the mirror, and the man, who serves as the object and is therefore closer to the mirror than the image, would not be able to see it.

So we shall assume that the image is virtual. The image distance is then a negative number. The focal length is half of the radius of curvature, so we want to solve Eq. All dimensioned variables below f, r, i, o are measured in centimeters.

Substitute Eq. E a Consider the point A. Light from this point travels along the line ABC and will be parallel to the horizontal center line from the center of the cylinder.

Since the tangent to a circle defines the outer limit of the intersection with a line, this line must describe the apparent size. All dimensioned variables below r, i, o are measured in centimeters. E b If the beam is small we can use Eq. Parallel incoming rays correspond to an object at infinity. Starting with Eq. The lens is converging since f is positive.

Since m is positive and greater than one the lens is converging. Then f is positive. Since m is positive and less than one the lens is diverging. Then f is negative. Upright images have positive magnification. Real images have negative magnification. E a Real images from real objects are only produced by converging lenses.

E Step through the exercise one lens at a time. Since i is positive it is a real image, and it is located to the right of the converging lens. This image becomes the object for the diverging lens.

The image from the converging lens is located 40 cm - 10 cm from the diverging lens, but it is located on the wrong side: This would mean the image formed by the diverging lens would be a virtual image, and would be located to the left of the diverging lens. The image is virtual, so it is upright. E a The parallel rays of light which strike the lens of focal length f will converge on the focal point. This point will act like an object for the second lens.

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This real image is 1. It acts as an object for the mirror. The mirror produces a virtual image 0. This image is upright relative to the object which formed it, which was inverted relative to the original object. This second image is 1. So this image is actually upright. The image and object distance are the same, so the image has a magnification of 1. This image is 0. Note that this puts the final image at the location of the original object! The image is magnified by a factor of 0.

In effect, these were tiny glass balls. E a In Fig. This means that in Fig. The object should be placed 5. E Microscope magnification is given by Eq.

We need to first find the focal length of the objective lens before we can use this formula. The images of the two ends will be located at i1 and i2. Since we are told that the object has a short length L we will assume that a differential approach to the problem is in order. Real image and objects occur when y or y 0 is positive. We can use this information to eliminate one variable from Eq. This last expression is a quadratic, and we would expect to get two solutions for o. P a The angular size of each lens is the same when viewed from the shared focal point.

Let the object distance be o1. This means it will act as an object o3 in the lens, and, reversing the first step, produce a final image at O, the location of the original object. There are then three images formed; each is real, same size, and inverted. Three inversions nets an inverted image. The final image at O is therefore inverted. P We want the maximum linear motion of the train to move no more than 0. The object distance is much larger than the focal length, so the image distance is approximately equal to the focal length.

The size of an object on the train that would produce a 0. How much time does it take the train to move that far? Note that we were given the radius of curvature, not the focal length, of the mirror! If the interference fringes are 0. E A variation of Eq. The total is E Consider Fig. There are two important triangles: The distance from A to the detector is m longer than the distance from B to the detector. Since the wavelength is m, m corresponds to a quarter wavelength.

So a wave peak starts out from source A and travels to the detector. When it has traveled a quarter wavelength a wave peak leaves source B. But when the wave peak from A has traveled a quarter wavelength it is now located at the same distance from the detector as source B, which means the two wave peaks arrive at the detector at the same time.

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They are in phase. E a We want to know the path length difference of the two sources to the detector. If this difference is an integral number of wavelengths then we have a maximum; if instead it is a half integral number of wavelengths we have a minimum. The right hand side becomes indeterminate, so we need to go back to the first line in the above derivation. In fact, we may have even more troubles.

These maxima are located at 4. It corresponds to a point where the path length difference is 3. It should be half an integer to be a complete minimum. E Follow the example in Sample Problem E a Light from above the oil slick can be reflected back up from the top of the oil layer or from the bottom of the oil layer.

We need to find the wavelength in the visible range nm to nm which has an integer m. Trial and error might work. If we increase m to 3, then 2 1. So the oil slick will appear green. Finding the maximally transmitted wavelengths is the same as finding the minimally reflected wavelengths, or looking for values of m that are half integer. The wave which is reflected off of the second surface travels an additional path difference of 2d. E As with the oil on the water in Ex. Consequently, 2 1.

There are then bright bands. It will be bright! Subtract the two equations to get the change in thickness: Well, at least we got the answer which is in the back of the book E Pretend the ship is a two point source emitter, one h above the water, and one h below the water. The one below the water is out of phase by half a wavelength. Then I 3. Then I 2. This is because the light travels twice through any change in distance.

The wavelength of light is then 2 0. How does it shift? Since we are picking up 2. Yes, that is the equation of a hyperbola. P Follow the construction in Fig. One maxi- mum is 2 1. Update Cancel. Create your own magical kingdom. Build a visually stunning city.

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