To which of the three principal types of mountains does each ofthe following belong: (a) the Grand Tetons, (b) the Appalachians,(c) the Cascades, and (d) the Himalayas?
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Week 12 Thursday, November 10, 2016 10:59 AM Mass spectrometer: r=mv/qB ○ Find mass to charge ratio ○ Isotopes- atoms w same number proton but diff mass Moving q in resp to MF: f=qvbsin(theta) Current resp to MF: F=IBLsin(theta) Current loop resp to MF: uBsin(theta) MF in long straight wire ○ RHR #2: helps find dir of MF Hold wire in right hand Thumb in dir of current Curl fingers in dir of MF(B) ..when current rev, MF reverses ○ Features of MF: Lines of MF form circles about wire Lines of MF lie in plane perp to wire Symmetry, so mag of Mfis same on circular path centered on wire ○ Mag of MF
Textbook: An Introduction to Physical Science
Author: James Shipman, Jerry D. Wilson, Charles A. Higgins
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