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## Introduction to Physics II

by: Cameron Blochwitz

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# Introduction to Physics II PHY 184

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These notes cover the basics to understand the upcoming notes on Physics II, all about electromagnetism. Discussed are Fundamental Forces, Gravitation, the Electrostatic Force, Light-speed, and Bos...
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Physics for Scientists and Engineers II
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Oscar Naviliat Cuncic
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Physics, PhysicsII, Fundemental_Forces, Bosons, Light-speed, PHY184
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Date Created: 09/14/16
PHY 184 Lecture Notes Week 1 8/31-9/2 Fundamental Forces  There are four fundamental forces in Physics o Gravitational o Electromagnetic  These forces operate at an infinite range o Weak Force o Strong Force  These forces only operate within short distances  All physical interactions are the cumulative result of the interactions of these forces o Most large scale interactions result from Gravity and Electromagnetism  Relative strengths of the forces o If all of the forces are listed by relative strength they would look something like this  Strong = 1 -2  Electromagnetism = 10  Weak = 10 -5  Gravity = 10 -38  Clearly Gravity is by far the weakest of all fundamental forces Gravitational Force  The force on an object of mass m from a mass M is described by the following equation, Newton’s Law → F =−G Mm u G r2  This is instantaneous action at a distance o If M disappears, F sGops acting on m at once. Electrostatic Force  The force on a charge q from a charge Q is described by the following equation, Coulomb’s Law Qq → FE=−K r2 u  Acts in a very similar way to gravity o Also instantaneous, and also will disappear if Q disappears Light speed  The speed of light, c, is given by: c=299,792,458 m/s o Time for Light to reach Earth from:  Sun 8.3 Minutes  SN 1987A 167,885 years  As we know nothing can go faster than the speed of light o How can Earth suddenly not be bound by gravity but light from the sun still shine for 8.3 if the Sun disappears? Force Mediators(Bosons)  Electromagnetic o γ (Photon) e-  Weak Force e- o z Boson o w Boson  Strong Force o g (Gluon) t - - γ e e n  This case is created by the interaction of photons  It also tells us that in fact, gravity and electromagnetism don’t act instantly, and that Newton’s/Coulomb’s Laws are incomplete, they do not have any kind of allowance for the finite speeds achievable in our universe  All forces in our universe comes from the exchange of particles.

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