GLOBAL WARMING GEOG 8
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Date Created: 10/22/15
CO NSTANTS AN D MATH CONSTANTS ND CES 0E REFRAC HON GEOMETRV g g 8 ms2 nm 100 cwc e area m7 cwcumference 2m in 8 85 X 1012 nwm 133 spnere area Ami vomrne 2mg 77 Tm meem Hu47rgtlt10 T Max150 Skim 7 7 opposne c7300X1C 3ms 2 mum 711 nm 7 0 we 07667gtlt10 Er NEAR POWT 18119724326 1 6 63 gtlt10398A J s N 25 cm average person CHAPTER 22 MAGNE SM F q39UX B Srrargm wrre B Ve ocwty se ector u g F mussmy Current oop B NZHRDI center of cwcu ar bop chu ar moton r FIBsm9 So enoxd Bnmnu n F 7 MHz 2 27rd CHAPTER 23 MAGNET C ELUX AND NDUCT ON gtBAcos9 Mouona emf 513 1513uz EBu m 2 N2 5711E So enowd LHnn AHnlt7 A n 7 AI V1 k s 5 7L M Transformer 7 NS 7 p 37 5 L 1 2 7 i 7 7 7 7 tRL 7 U 2L1 vows M R L 5 m serres 2 R 1 e r R 10 0 CHAPTER 24 ALTERNA HNGECURRENT C RCU TS 12 Imsmm 1m 7173 ax X0 i VG Vmsmw lt1gt me Vm XL wL Pa WW PW Imvmeose We 2 Land X7 Vum Ime Crrcun e ement 1mpedance z Rnase ang e MNv Z R 0 H Z XO 4 790a m Z XL 90 WWV H39 ZW 790 lt ltoa W ZW o lt ltgoa W R7 XL 7 X92 790 lt 11gt lt 0 X0 gt XL 0 lt 11gt lt 90 X0 lt XL CHAPTER 25 ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVES 7 1 u 7 energy I 7 energy T Folio T voume T area time 1 1 c f m 760E2 7 ug 7B2 IaLV pressureavc 2 210 fflt1i3gt uuEuB Iuc C a a I I I 2 B2 2 c 2 E x B wave velocity direction u 80E 7 I 680E 7B uo 0 2 Buns2 2 C 2 E CB LLaV EoEl ms 7 av CEOEI IDS iBrms uo 0 Erms Emax BUDs Bmax Polarizers I I0 7 I I0 00820 CHAPTER 26 GEOMETRICAL OPTICS Mirrors and Lenses Refraction Reflection 1 1 1 0 die F U 0r 91 h d 771477l nlsin01ngsin02 sint9cE 7 tant913E he do 711 Sign convention Mirrors Lenses 1 gt 0 concave mirror 1 16R converging convex lens 1 lt 0 conveX mirror 1 7 diverging concave lens di gt 0 real image on same side of mirror as object real image on opposite side of lens as object di lt 0 virtual image on opposite side of mirror as object virtual image on same side of lens as object h7 gt O m gt 0 upright image upright image h7 lt O m lt 0 inverted image inverted image CHAPTER 27 OPTICAL INSTRUMENTS 1 refractive power F 0 M i 0 N N Magnifying Glass M 7 image at infinity 7 M 1 7 image at near point d N Mlcroscope Mtotal 7 l 7 L di l feyepiece fobj ective feyepiece T I 7 fobjective 7 e escope Mtotal 7 7 L fobjective l feyepiece feyepiece CHAPTER 28 INTERFERENCE AND DIFFRACTION wavelength in a material An 7 linear distance on screen y Ltan0 71 Rayleigh39s criterion 0mm 122 small angle 9 in radians 81110 x tan0 z 9 constructive interference destructive interference integer m Two coherent sources 2 7 1 m 62 7 1 m 7 m 07 i1 i2 Two slits dsin0m dsin0ltm7gt m0 i1 i2 Diffraction grating dsin0 m m 07 i1 i2 principal maXima 2 Single slit A0 z W radians Ws1n0 m m i1 i2 width of central fringe Circular opening S1110 1225 center of first dark fringe Thin film reflection with 2m 7 m 1 2m 7 m 07 17 27 AVaC JUI 2 AVaCllUI ONE phase change Thin film reflection with 2m 7 m 2717 m l m 07 17 27 AVaEllUI AVaEllUI 2 TWO phase changes You are expected to know whenwhere phase changes on reflection occur for the types of thin films we covered Ate At i17U262 LL0 17U202 CHAPTER 29 RELATIVITY pamp EFmOCz kg i17U262 C 2 2 mot 2 mot K 7moc EKEO 1711262 i17U262 CHAPTER 30 QUANTUM PHYSICS photon m0 0 particle with nonzero mass Compton scattering E hf E E p E hf h h i 7 7 gt 7 p c c Apy Ag T 217139 Photoelectric effect Kmax hf 7 W0 hfo W0 AE At 2 27 7r AA 7 71 717 0 m6 cos Ennhf7 27139 i lm Harmonic oscillator
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