 22.1CQ: Two wires connect a lightbulb to a battery, completing a circuit an...
 22.1P: The current in an electric hair dryer is 10 A. How much charge and ...
 22.2CQ: Two wires connect a lightbulb to a battery, completing a circuit an...
 22.2P: electrons flow through a transistor in 1.0 ms. What is the current ...
 22.3CQ: What causes electrons to move through a wire as a current?
 22.3P: A wire carries a 1.0 A current for 30 s. How many electrons move pa...
 22.4CQ: A lightbulb is connected to a battery by two copper wires of equal ...
 22.5CQ: All wires in Figure Q22.5 are made of the same material and have th...
 22.4P: When a nerve cell depolarizes, charge is transferred across the cel...
 22.5P: A wire carries a 15 mA current. How many electrons pass a given poi...
 22.6CQ: A wire carries a 4 A current. What is the current in a second wire ...
 22.6P: In a typical lightning strike, 2.5 C flows from cloud to ground in ...
 22.7CQ: Metal 1 and metal 2 are each formed into 1mmdiameter wires. The e...
 22.7P: A capacitor is charged to , then discharged by connecting a wire be...
 22.8CQ: Cells in the nervous system have a potential difference of 70 mV ac...
 22.8P: In an ionic solution, positive ions with charge +2e pass to the rig...
 22.9P: The starter motor of a car engine draws a current of 150 A from the...
 22.9CQ: a. Which direction—clockwise or counterclockwise—does an electron t...
 22.10CQ: If you change the temperature of a segment of metal wire, the dimen...
 22.10P: A car battery is rated at 90 A . h, meaning that it can supply a 90...
 22.12CQ: The two circuits in Figure Q22.12 use identical batteries and wires...
 22.11CQ: The wires in Figure Q22.11 are all made of the same material; the l...
 22.11P: What are the values of currents in Figure P22.11 ? The directions o...
 22.12P: The currents through several segments of a wire object are shown in...
 22.13 CQ: The two circuits in Figure Q22.13 use identical batteries and wires...
 22.13P: A battery supplies a steady 1.5 A current to a circuit. If the char...
 22.14CQ: Which, if any, of these statements are true? (More than one may be ...
 22.14P: How much work is done to move 1.0 µCof charge from the negative ter...
 22.15CQ: Rank in order, from largest to smallest, the currents through the f...
 22.15P: What is the emf of a battery that does 0.60 J of work to transfer 0...
 22.16CQ: The circuit in Figure Q22.16 has three batteries of emf ? in series...
 22.16P: A 9.0 V battery supplies a 2.5 mA current to a circuit for 5.0 hr.a...
 22.17CQ: When lightning strikes the ground, it generates a large electric fi...
 22.17P: An individual hydrogenoxygen fuel cell has an output of 0.75 V. Ho...
 22.18CQ: One way to find out if a wire has corroded is to measure its resist...
 22.18P: An electric catfish can generate a significant potential difference...
 22.19CQ: Over time, atoms “boil off” the hot filament in an incandescent bul...
 22.19P: A wire with resistance R is connected to the terminals of a 6.0 V b...
 22.20CQ: Rank in order, from largest to smallest, the powers dissipated by t...
 22.20P: Wires 1 and 2 are made of the same metal. Wire 2 has twice the leng...
 22.21CQ: We can model the rear window defroster in a car as a resistor that ...
 22.21P: A wire has a resistance of 0.010 ?. What will the wire’s resistance...
 22.22MCQ: Lightbulbs are typically rated by their power dissipation when oper...
 22.22P: Resistivity measurements on the leaves of corn plants are a good wa...
 22.23MCQ: Lightbulbs are typically rated by their power dissipation when oper...
 22.23P: What is the resistance of a. A 1.0mlong copper wire that is 0.50 ...
 22.24MCQ: A copper wire is stretched so that its length increases and its dia...
 22.24P: A motorcyclist is making an electric vest that, when connected to t...
 22.25MCQ: The potential difference across a length of wire is increased. Whic...
 22.25P: The femoral artery is the large artery that carries blood to the le...
 22.26MCQ: A stereo amplifier creates a 5.0 VA. 7.1 VB. 10 VC. 14 VD. 25 V
 22.26P: A 3.0 V potential difference is applied between the ends of a 0.80...
 22.27MCQ: If a 1.5 V battery stores 5.0 kJ of energy (a reasonable value for ...
 22.27P: A 1.0mmdiameter, 20cmlong copper wire carries a 3.0 A current. ...
 22.28MCQ: Figure Q22.29 shows a side view of a wire of varying circular cross...
 22.28P: The relatively high resistivity of dry skin, about 1 × 106 ? . m, c...
 22.29MCQ: A person gains weight by adding fat—and therefore adding girth—to h...
 22.29P: a. How long must a 0.60mmdiameter copper wire be to carry a 0.50 ...
 22.30P: Figure P22.29 shows the currentversuspotentialdifference graph f...
 22.31P: Figure P22.30 is a currentversuspotentialdifference graph for a ...
 22.32P: In Example 22.6 the length of a 60 W, 240 ? lightbulb filament was ...
 22.33P: The electric field inside a 30cmlong copper wire is 0.010 V/m. Wh...
 22.34P: A small electric lap blanket contains a 40footlong wire wrapped b...
 22.35P: Two identical lightbulbs are connected in series to a single 9.0 V ...
 22.36P: a. What is the resistance of a 1500 W (120 V) hair dryer?b. What is...
 22.37P: You’ve brought your 1000 W (120 V) hair dryer on vacation to Europe...
 22.38P: A 70 W electric blanket runs at 18 V. a. What is the resistance of ...
 22.39P: A 60cmlong heating wire is connected to a 120 V outlet. If the wi...
 22.40P: An electric eel develops a potential difference of 450 V, driving a...
 22.41P: The total charge a household battery can supply is given in units o...
 22.42GP: A 3.0 V battery powers a flashlight bulb that has a resistance of 6...
 22.43GP: A sculptor has asked you to help electroplate gold onto a brass sta...
 22.44GP: Older freezers developed a coating of ice inside that had to be mel...
 22.46GP: The hot dog cooker described in the chapter heats hot dogs by conne...
 22.45GP: For a science experiment you need to electroplate a 100nmthick zin...
 22.47GP: Air isn’t a perfect electric insulator, but it has a very high resi...
 22.48GP: The biochemistry that takes place inside cells depends on various e...
 22.49GP: Highresolution measurements have shown that an ion channel (see 48...
 22.50GP: When an ion channel opens in a cell wall (see 48), monovalent (char...
 22.51GP: The total charge a battery can supply is rated in mA . h, the produ...
 22.52GP: The heating element of a simple heater consists of a 2.0mlong, 0.6...
 22.53GP: Variations in the resistivity of blood can give valuable clues to c...
 22.54GP: A 40 W (120 V) lightbulb has a tungsten filament of diameter 0.040 ...
 22.55GP: Wires aren’t really ideal. The voltage drop across a currentcarryin...
 22.56GP: When the starter motor on a car is engaged, there is a 300 A curren...
 22.57GP: The electron beam inside a television picture tube is 0.40 mm in di...
 22.58GP: The two segments of the wire in Figure P22.59 have equal diameters ...
 22.60GP: A wire is 2.3 m long and has a diameter of 0.38 mm. When connected ...
 22.59GP: A 15cmlong nichrome wire is connected between the terminals of a ...
 22.61P: The filament of a 100 W (120 V) lightbulb is a tungsten wire 0.035 ...
 22.62GP: You’ve made the finals of the Science Olympics! As one of your task...
 22.63GP: Not too long ago houses were protected from excessive currents by f...
 22.64GP: An immersion heater used to boil water for a single cup of tea plug...
 22.65GP: The graph in Figure P22.66 shows the current through a 1.0 ? resist...
 22.66GP: If you touch the two terminals of a power supply with your two fing...
 22.67GP: If you touch the two terminals of a power supply with your two fing...
 22.68GP: The average resistivity of the human body (apart from surface resis...
 22.69PP: Lightbulb FailureYou’ve probably observed that the most common time...
 22. 70PP: Lightbulb FailureYou’ve probably observed that the most common time...
 22.71PP: Lightbulb FailureYou’ve probably observed that the most common time...
 22.72PP: Lightbulb FailureYou’ve probably observed that the most common time...
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