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## Physics 2080; Exam 3 Study Guide

by: Amanda Biddlecome

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# Physics 2080; Exam 3 Study Guide Physics 2080

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Amanda Biddlecome
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This study guide covers everything for exam 3 that will cover chapters 22, 23, and 25.
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Dr. Pope
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Physics  2080   Test  3  Study  Guide   March  19,  2016   Amanda  Biddlecome     Equations     1)  Magnetic  Force   F=qvBsinθ     *F=magnetic  force   *q=charge     *v=velocity   *B=magnetic  field  (Tesla)   *θ=angle  between  q  and  v     2)  Radius  of  the  circle  a  particle  moves  in   r=mv/qB     *r=radius   *m=mass   *v=velocity   *q=charge   *B=magnetic  field     3)  Force  on  a  current-­‐carrying  wire   F=ILBsinθ     *F=magnetic  force   *I=current   *L=length  of  the  wire     *B=magnetic  field   *θ=angle  between  B  and  I     4)  Total  Torque   τ=IAB     *τ=torque   *I=current   *A=area   *B=magnetic  field     5)  Ampere’s  Law   B=(μ I)/(20r)     *B=magnetic  field     *μ =permeabili0y  of  free  space     *I=current     *r=radius     6)  Current  in  a  Solenoid   B=μ nI 0    *B=magnetic  field   *μ =0ermeability  of  free  space     *n=N/l     *N=number  of  loops  *l=length  of  the  wire  *I=current     7)  Magnetic  Flux   Φ=BAcosθ     *Φ=magnetic  flux  (Weber)   *B=magnetic  field   *A=current       8)  Induced  emf     ξ=-­‐N(ΔΦ/Δt)     *ξ=induced  emf   *N=number  of  loops  *ΔΦ=change  in  flux   *Δt=time         9)  Induced  emf  in  a  rotating  coil   ξ=NBAωsinωt     *N=number  of  turns  *B=magnetic  field   *A=area   *ω=angular  velocity     *ωt=angular  frequency     10)  Inductance  of  a  coil   L=(NΦ)/I     *L=inductance   *N=number  of  turns  *Φ=magnetic  flux   *I=current     11)  Energy  stored  in  a  magnetic  field  of  an  inductor   U=(1/2)LI   2   *U=energy   *L=inductance   *I=current     12)  Voltage  in  primary  vs  secondary  circuits   V =pN /N )Vp   s s   *V =ppimary  voltage       *N =primary  coil  turns     *N =sscondary  coil  turns   *V =secondary  voltage     13)  Doppler  Effect   f =f(1+/-­‐  u/c)     *f=frequency   *u=velocity     *c=speed  of  light     14)  Speed  of  Light   c=fλ     *c=speed  of  light   *f=frequency     λ=wavelength     15)  Malus’s  Law     I=I c0s θ  2   *I=intensity   *I =intensi0y  incident  on  analyzer     Main  Topics   *Magnetic  Fields     -­‐repulsion  and  attraction,  field  lines,  Earth’s  magnetic  field   *Magnetic  Force  on  moving  charges     -­‐magnetic  force,  tesla  to  gauss,  Right  Hand  Rule   *Charged  Particle  in  a  Magnetic  Field     -­‐circular  motion,  force,  mass  spectrometer,  Cyclotrons,  Synchrotrons   *Magnetic  Force  Exerted  on  a  Current-­‐Carrying  Wire  Right  Hand  Rule   *Torque   *Ampere’s  Law     -­‐Oerstead  Experiment,  Right  Hand  Rule,  attraction  and  repulsion   *Solenoids   *Induced  emf     -­‐Faraday’s  experiment,  primary  and  secondary  circuits   *Magnetic  Flux     -­‐Webers,  perpendicular  versus  angular   *Faraday’s  Law  of  Induction     -­‐currents,  emf,  flux  relating  to  this,  how  to  change  it,  Lenz’s  Law   *Determine  how  flux  and  current  are  affected  by  moving  magnets  in  different   directions   *Generators,  Motors,  Transformers   *Electromagnetic  Waves     -­‐charges,  how  waves  look,  Right  Hand  Rule  (BEV),  speed  of  light,  Doppler     Effect,  Electromagnetic  Spectrum     *Polarization     Terms  and  Values  to  Know   *1  Tesla=10  Gauss   -­‐7 *μ =0ermeability  of  free  space=4πX10  Tm/A   *the  minus  sign  in  Faraday’s  Law  of  Induction  is  a  consequence  of  Lenz’s  Law   *Ohm’s  Law:  substitute  ξ  in  for  ΔV   *Unit  of  Inductance:  Henry’s  [H]   8 *Speed  of  Light  (c)=3.00X10  m/s

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