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## Physics 2080 Chapter 22 Part A

by: Amanda Biddlecome

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# Physics 2080 Chapter 22 Part A Physics 2080

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These notes cover the first half of chapter 22 which is on magnetism.
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Physics  2080   Chapter  22  Part  A:  Magnetism   February  25,  2016   Amanda  Biddlecome     1)  Magnetic  Field     -­‐Greeks  discovered  magnets  in  Magnesia     -­‐magnets  always  have  two  poles       *North  and  South     -­‐compass=a  magnet  needle  on  a  pivot       *opposite  poles  attract,  like  poles  repel     -­‐drop  something  that  can  be  magnetized  on  a  surface,  put  a  bar  magnet     under  it,  and  magnetic  field  lines  and  magnetic  field  will  show  up       *go  from  North  to  South  and  go  all  the  way  through  the  magnet     -­‐if  you  break  a  magnet,  you  create  two  new  poles  on  the  broken  ends       *magnetic  fields  can’t  cross       *field  lines  go  all  the  way  through  the  magnet  from  north  to  south         (this  is  why  a  broken  magnet  will  have  four  poles  instead  of  just  two)     -­‐put  like  poles  together  and  have  a  region  where  the  magnets  physically  can’t     go  because  of  magnetic  field  lines     -­‐Earth       *like  a  bar  magnet       *north  pole  of  the  compass  points  towards  the  earth’s  magnetic  south         pole  (and  vice  versa)         *magnetic  pole  is  off  the  axis  of  rotation  and  the  magnetic  north  pole         changes  over  time         *magnetic  field  of  earth=0.5X10 T   -­‐4   2)  Magnetic  Force  on  Moving  Charge     -­‐Magnetic  Force     F=qvBsinΘ   *F=force   *q=magnitude  of  charge   *v=velocity   *B=magnetic  field   *Θ=angle  between  the  velocity  and  the  magnetic  field       -­‐Magnetic  field     B=F/qvsinΘ   *unit=Tesla  or  Gauss:  1T=10  G   4     -­‐when  velocity  is  parallel  to  the  magnetic  field,  there  is  no  force     -­‐when  velocity  is  perpendicular  to  the  magnetic  field,  there  is  maximum  force     -­‐force,  magnetic  field,  and  velocity  yare  all  perpendicular  to  one  another  and     in  opposite  directions     -­‐Right  Hand  Rule       *thumb  goes  along  the  direction  of  velocity  with  finernail  as  an  arrow,         fingers  are  along  the  magnetic  field,  force  comes  out  of  the  palm     -­‐if  you  see  an  X,  the  aspect  in  question  is  going  into  the  screen       *if  you  see  a  dot,  the  aspect  in  question  is  coming  out  of  the  screen       *use  these  rules  for  the  Right  Hand  Rule       *positive  particle,  this  holds  up       *negative  particle,  switch  the  direction  of  the  force     -­‐neutral  particles  don’t  experience  magnetic  force     3)  Charged  Particles  in  Magnetic  Fields     -­‐particle  exhibits  circular  motion  when  positive     2 F=qvB=mv /r   r=mv/qB   *F=force   *q=charge   *v=velocity   *B=magnetic  field   *m=mass   *r=radius         *particles  going  in  circular  force  has  centripetal  acceleration     -­‐mass  spectrometer       *accelerates  charged  particles  across  a  potential  difference  to  get  a         velocity,  it  experiences  a  magnetic  field  and  thus  centripetal           acceleration       *everything  for  the  particles  is  the  same  except  for  the  mass  and         therefore  the  radius;  this  depends  on  the  material  we  have  (distance         between  radii  is  found  by  subtracting  diameters)     -­‐Cyclotron       *charged  particle  is  accelerated  until  it  gets  to  one  of  the  dees  and         then  it  goes  across  a  potential  difference  and  gains  velocity  through         acceleration       *wiggle  the  beams  to  get  them  to  where  you  want  them  to  go       *the  smaller  the  object  to  study,  the  larger  the  device  needed     -­‐Synchrotron       *accelerate  particles  to  very  high  speeds  and  particles  collide  at  high         speeds

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