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Its the 24th century, and youre a curator at the Starfleet Museum of Ancient Technology

Essential University Physics: Volume 1 | 2nd Edition | ISBN: 9780321706690 | Authors: Richard Wolfson ISBN: 9780321706690 402

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Problem 71

Its the 24th century, and youre a curator at the Starfleet Museum of Ancient Technology. Archaeologists have unearthed a TV tube, an ancient device for displaying moving images. Your job is to get it working. One reference says the device accelerated electrons, which then bombarded a screen to produce images; to the electrons, the tube was 57 cm long. You measure the tube and find its 60 cm long. To get it working, you need to know the electrons speed and the potential difference needed to accelerate them. The electrons rest energy is 511 keV. Your answers?

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Week 2 Notes  Essay Topic and sources on Sakai due Friday February 18 th st Monday February 1 : Abby a Physics Science Librarian (AJuda@ithaca.edu) came in on Monday and showed where to look for help for resources:  Go to Guide on the Ithaca library site  Course Guide  Physics 17500>> Assignment Guide (Shows what to use and what not to use)...

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