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Solved: (I) What is the critical angle for the interface

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Problem 32.57

(I) What is the critical angle for the interface between waterand diamond? To be internally reflected, the light must start inwhich material?

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*Centrifugal Force only present in noninertial reference frames* *Kinetic Friction implies “sliding” not rolling or walking, these involve static friction v 2 EQUATION μ s rg *only or pecific situations hen the static frict he centripetal acceleration* Circular Motion Problems ­ Draw f ree body diagram ­ What f orce is point oward the center ­ F a v2 = ω r net c r ­ Nonuniform Circular M otion ­ Changing tangential velocity dω ­ Angular acceleration α = dt ­ Tangential cceleration at= rα v = rω

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Textbook: Physics for Scientists & Engineers with Modern Physics
Edition: 4
Author: Douglas C. Giancoli
ISBN: 9780131495081

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