 23.1: A0.055T magnetic eld passes through a circular ring of radius 3.1 ...
 23.2: A uniform magnetic eld of 0.0250 T points vertically upward. Find t...
 23.3: Amagnetic eld is oriented at an angle of 47to the normal of a recta...
 23.4: Find the magnitude of the magnetic ux through the oor of a house th...
 23.5: MRI Solenoid The magnetic eld produced by an MRI solenoid 2.5 m lon...
 23.6: At a certain location, the Earths magnetic eld has a magnitude of a...
 23.7: A solenoid with 385 turns per meter and a diameter of 17.0 cm has a...
 23.8: Asingleturn square loop of side L is centered on the axis of a lon...
 23.9: A0.45T magnetic eld is perpendicular to a circular loop of wire wi...
 23.10: Figure 2326 shows the magnetic ux through a coil as a function of t...
 23.11: Figure 2327 shows the magnetic ux through a singleloop coil as a f...
 23.12: Awire loop is placed in a magnetic eld that is perpendicular to its...
 23.13: Figure 2329 shows four different situations in which a metal ring m...
 23.14: The magnetic ux through a singleloop coil is given by Figure 2327....
 23.15: Consider a singleloop coil whose magnetic ux is given by Figure 23...
 23.16: Asingle conducting loop of wire has an area of and a resistance of ...
 23.17: The area of a 120turn coil oriented with its plane perpendicular t...
 23.18: An emf is induced in a conducting loop of wire 1.22 m long as its s...
 23.19: A magnetic eld increases from 0 to 0.25 T in 1.8 s. How many turns ...
 23.20: Predict/Explain Ametal ring is dropped into a localized region of c...
 23.21: Predict/Explain Ametal ring is dropped into a localized region of c...
 23.22: Predict/Explain Figure 2331 shows two metal disks of the same size ...
 23.23: Consider the solid disk in Figure 2331. When this disk has swung to...
 23.24: Predict/Explain (a) As the solid metal disk in Figure 2331swings to...
 23.25: A bar magnet with its north pole pointing downward is falling towar...
 23.26: A Wire Loop and a MagnetAloop of wire is dropped and allowed to fal...
 23.27: Suppose we change the situation shown in Figure 2332 as follows: In...
 23.28: Rather than letting the loop fall downward in Figure 2332, suppose ...
 23.29: Figure 2333shows a currentcarrying wire and a circuit containing a...
 23.30: Consider the physical system shown in Figure 2333. If the current i...
 23.31: A long, straight, currentcarrying wire passes through the center o...
 23.32: Figure 2334 shows a circuit containing a resistor and an uncharged ...
 23.33: Referring to 32, which plate of the capacitor (top or bottom) becom...
 23.34: A long, straight wire carries a current I, as indicated in Figure 2...
 23.35: A conducting rod slides on two wires in a region with a magnetic el...
 23.36: Ametal rod 0.76 m long moves with a speed of 2.0 m/s perpendicular ...
 23.37: Airplane emfABoeing KC135Aairplane has a wingspan of 39.9 m and ie...
 23.38: Figure 2336 shows a zeroresistance rod sliding to the right on two...
 23.39: Referring to part (a) of 38, (a)nd the force that must be exerted o...
 23.40: (a) Find the current that ows in the circuit shown in Example 233. ...
 23.41: Suppose the mechanical power delivered to the rod in Example 233 is...
 23.42: The maximum induced emf in a generator rotating at 210 rpm is 45 V....
 23.43: Arectangular coil 25 cm by 35 cm has 120 turns. This coil produces ...
 23.44: A 1.6m wire is wound into a coil with a radius of 3.2 cm. If this ...
 23.45: Acircular coil with a diameter of 22.0 cm and 155 turns rotates abo...
 23.46: Agenerator is designed to produce a maximum emf of 170 V while rota...
 23.47: Find the induced emf when the current in a 45.0mH inductor increas...
 23.48: How many turns should a solenoid of crosssectional area and length...
 23.49: The inductance of a solenoid with 450 turns and a length of 24 cm i...
 23.50: Determine the inductance of a solenoid with 640 turns in a length o...
 23.51: A solenoid with a crosssectional area of is 0.750 m long and has 4...
 23.52: Asolenoid has N turns of area A distributed uniformly along its len...
 23.53: How long does it take for the current in an RL circuit with and to ...
 23.54: The four electric circuits shown in Figure 2337have identical batte...
 23.55: The circuit shown in Figure 2338 consists of a 6.0V battery, a 37...
 23.56: The current in an RLcircuit increases to 95% of its nal value 2.24 ...
 23.57: Consider the RL circuit shown in Figure 2339. When the switch is cl...
 23.58: The number of turns per meter in a solenoid of xed length is double...
 23.59: Consider the circuit shown in Figure 2339. Assuming the inductor in...
 23.60: Asolenoid is 1.5 m long and has 470 turns per meter. What is the cr...
 23.61: Alcator Fusion Experiment In the Alcator fusion experiment at MIT, ...
 23.62: After the switch in Figure 2340has been closed for a long time, the...
 23.63: Suppose the resistor in Figure 2340 has the value and that the swit...
 23.64: Consider the circuit shown in Figure 2338, which contains a 6.0V b...
 23.65: You would like to store 9.9 J of energy in the magnetic eld of a so...
 23.66: Transformer 1 has a primary voltage and a secondary voltage . Trans...
 23.67: Transformer 1 has a primary current and a secondary current . Trans...
 23.68: The electric motor in a toy train requires a voltage of 3.0 V. Find...
 23.69: Adisk drive plugged into a 120V outlet operates on a voltage of 9....
 23.70: Atransformer with a turns ratio (secondary/primary) of 1:18 is used...
 23.71: Aneon sign that requires a voltage of 11,000 V is plugged into a 12...
 23.72: Astepdown transformer produces a voltage of 6.0 V across the secon...
 23.73: Astepup transformer has 25 turns on the primary coil and 750 turns...
 23.74: An airplane ies level to the ground toward the north pole. (a) Is t...
 23.75: You hold a circular loop of wire at the north magnetic pole of the ...
 23.76: You hold a circular loop of wire at the equator. Consider the magne...
 23.77: The inductor shown in Figure 2341is connected to an electric circui...
 23.78: Interstellar Magnetic Field The Voyager I spacecraft moves through ...
 23.79: Blowy Flight The coils used to measure the movements of a blowy, as...
 23.80: Electrognathography Computerized jaw tracking, or electrognathograp...
 23.81: Arectangular loop of wire 24 cm by 72 cm is bent into an L shape, a...
 23.82: A circular loop with a radius of 3.7 cm lies in the xy plane. The ...
 23.83: Consider a rectangular loop of wire 5.8 cm by 8.2 cm in a uniform m...
 23.84: Acar with a vertical radio antenna 85 cm long drives due east at 25...
 23.85: The rectangular coils in a 325turn generator are 11 cm by 17 cm. W...
 23.86: Acubical box 22 cm on a side is placed in a uniform 0.35T magnetic...
 23.87: Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation Transcranial magnetic stimulation...
 23.88: Amagnetic eld with the time dependence shown in Figure 2345is at ri...
 23.89: You would like to construct a 50.0mH inductor by wrapping insulate...
 23.90: The time constant of an RL circuit with is twice the time constant ...
 23.91: A6.0V battery is connected in series with a 29mH inductor, a resi...
 23.92: A9.0V battery is connected in series with a 31mH inductor, a resi...
 23.93: Blowy Maneuvers Suppose the y described in turns through an angle o...
 23.94: Aconducting rod of mass m is in contact with two vertical conductin...
 23.95: Asingleturn rectangular loop of width W and length L moves paralle...
 23.96: The switch in the circuit shown in Figure 2348 is open initially. (...
 23.97: Energy Density in E and B FieldsAn electric eld Eand a magnetic eld...
 23.98: Suppose the downward vertical component of the magnetic eld increas...
 23.99: A car drives onto a loop detector and increases the downward compon...
 23.100: Atruck drives onto a loop detector and increases the downward compo...
 23.101: Suppose a motorcycle increases the downward component of the magnet...
 23.102: Referring to Conceptual Checkpoint 233 Suppose the ring is initiall...
 23.103: Referring to Conceptual Checkpoint 233 Suppose the ring is complete...
 23.104: Referring to Example 233 (a) What external force is required to giv...
 23.105: Referring to Example 233 Suppose the direction of the magnetic eld ...
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