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University Physics, Volume 3 | 17th Edition | ISBN: 9781938168185 | Authors: Samuel J. Ling ISBN: 9781938168185 2032

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Problem 89

Determine what happens to the double-slit interference pattern if one of the slits is covered with a thin, transparent film whose thickness is \(\lambda /[2(n-1)]\), where \(\lambda\) is the wavelength of the incident light and n is the index of refraction of the film.

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lambda / [2(n- 1)]

lambda

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 The Endocrine System  1. Regulating metabolism and water and electrolyte balance  2. Adaptive changes to help the body cope with stress  3. Growth and development  4. Controlling reproduction  5. Regulating red blood cell production  6. Digestion and absorption  Complexity of Hormones  A single gland can release multiple hormones  A single hormone may be secreted by more than one gland  A single hormone can have more than one target  A hormone may be released at different rates over time  A single target cell may be influenced by more than one hormone  Complexity of Hormones (continued)  The same chemical messenger may be considered a hormone or a neurotransmitter depending on how it is released and where it acts  Some organs only release hormones  Classifications of Hormones  Protein or Peptide hormones  Made from two or more amino acids  Majority of all hormones  Dissolved in and carried by the plasma  Steroid Hormones  Made from cholesterol  Transported in the plasma bound to plasma proteins  Amine Hormones  Derived from tyrosine  Can be, in the case of catecholamines, both dissolved in plasma and bound to plasma proteins  Activation by Hormones  Hydrophilic (water loving) hormones  Act through second messenger pathways  G-protein receptors  Lipophilic (lipid loving) hormones  Enhance synthesis of enzymatic or structural proteins  Act on receptors inside the cell, commonly in the nucleus  Hormone with receptor binds to DNA

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Textbook: University Physics, Volume 3
Edition: 17
Author: Samuel J. Ling
ISBN: 9781938168185

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