 28.1: The magnetic field due to current in wires in your home canaffect a...
 28.2: Compare and contrast the magnetic field due to a longstraight curre...
 28.3: Two insulated long wires carrying equal currents I cross atright an...
 28.4: A horizontal wire carries a large current. A second wirecarrying a ...
 28.5: A horizontal currentcarrying wire, free to move in Earthsgravitati...
 28.6: (a) Write Amperes law for a path that surrounds bothconductors in F...
 28.7: Suppose the cylindrical conductor of Fig. 2 8  l la has aconcentri...
 28.8: Explain why a field such as that shown in Fig. 2814b isconsistent ...
 28.9: What would be the effect on B inside a long solenoid if(a) the diam...
 28.10: Use the BiotSavart law to show that the field of the currentloop i...
 28.11: Do you think B will be the same for all points in the planeof the c...
 28.12: Why does twisting the leadin wires to electrical devicesreduce the...
 28.13: Compare the BiotSavart law with Coulombs law. What arethe similari...
 28.14: How might you define or determine the magnetic polestrength (the ma...
 28.15: How might you measure the magnetic dipole moment of theEarth?
 28.16: A type of magnetic switch similar to a solenoid is a relay(Fig. 28...
 28.17: A heavy magnet attracts, from rest, a heavy block of iron.Before st...
 28.18: Will a magnet attract any metallic object, such as thosemade of alu...
 28.19: An unmagnetized nail will not attract an unmagnetizedpaper clip. Ho...
 28.20: Can an iron rod attract a magnet? Can a magnet attract aniron rod? ...
 28.21: How do you suppose the first magnets found in Magnesiawere formed?
 28.22: Why will either pole of a magnet attract an unmagnetizedpiece of iron?
 28.23: Suppose you have three iron rods, two of which are magnetizedbut th...
 28.24: Two iron bars attract each other no matter which ends areplaced clo...
 28.25: Describe the magnetization curve for (a) a paramagneticsubstance an...
 28.26: Can all materials be considered (a) diamagnetic, (b) paramagnetic,(...
 28.27: (I) A 2.5mmdiameter copper wire carries a 33A current(uniform ac...
 28.28: (II) A toroid (Fig. 2817) has a 50.0cm inner diameter and a54.0c...
 28.29: (II) A 20.0mlong copper wire, 2.00 mm in diameter includinginsula...
 28.30: (II) (a) Use Eq. 2 8 1 , and the vector nature of B, to showthat t...
 28.31: (II) A coaxial cable consists of a solid inner conductor ofradius R...
 28.32: (I ll) Suppose the current in the coaxial cable of 31,Fig. 2842, i...
 28.33: (I) The Earths magnetic field is essentially that of amagnetic dipo...
 28.34: (II) A wire, in a plane, has the shape shown in Fig. 2843,two arcs...
 28.35: (II) A circular conducting ring of radius R is connectedto two exte...
 28.36: (II) A small loop of wire of radius 1.8 cm is placed at thecenter o...
 28.37: (II) A wire is formed into the shape of two half circlesconnected b...
 28.38: (II) A single point charge q is moving with velocity v. Usethe Biot...
 28.39: (II) A nonconducting circular disk, of radius R, carries auniformly...
 28.40: (II) Consider a straight section of wire of length d, as inFig. 28...
 28.41: (II) A segment of wire of length d carries a current I asshown in F...
 28.42: (Ill) Use the result of to find the magnetic field atpoint P in Fig...
 28.43: (Ill) A wire is bent into the shape of a regular polygon withn side...
 28.44: (I ll) Start with the result of Example 2 812 for themagnetic fiel...
 28.45: (I ll) A single rectangular loop of wire, with sides a and b,carrie...
 28.46: (I ll) A square loop of wire, of side d, carries a current I.(a) De...
 28.47: (II) An iron atom has a magnetic dipole moment of about1.8 X 1023 ...
 28.48: (I) The following are some values of B and B0 for a pieceof anneale...
 28.49: (I) A large thin toroid has 285 loops of wire per meter, anda 3.0A...
 28.50: (II) An ironcore solenoid is 38 cm long and 1.8 cm indiameter, and...
 28.51: Three long parallel wires are 3.5 cm from one another.(Looking alon...
 28.52: In Fig. 2854, determine the magnitude and direction of themagnetic...
 28.53: In Fig. 2 854 the top wire is 1.00mmdiameter copper wireand is s...
 28.54: An electron enters a large solenoid at a 7.0 angle to theaxis. If t...
 28.55: Two long straight parallel wires are 15 cm apart. Wire Acarries 2.0...
 28.56: A rectangular loop of wire carries a 2.0A current and liesin a pla...
 28.57: A very large flat conducting sheet of thickness t carries auniform ...
 28.58: A long horizontal wire carries a current of 48 A . A secondwire, ma...
 28.59: A square loop of wire, of side d, carries a current I. Showthat the...
 28.60: In 59, if you reshaped the square wire into a circle,would B increa...
 28.61: Helmholtz coils are two identical circular coils having thesame rad...
 28.62: For two long parallel wires separated by a distance d,carrying curr...
 28.63: Near the Earths poles the magnetic field is about 1 G( l X 10 4 T)...
 28.64: A 175g model airplane charged to 18.0 mC and traveling at2.8 m/s p...
 28.65: Suppose that an electromagnet uses a coil 2.0 m in diametermade fro...
 28.66: Four long straight parallel wires located at the corners of asquare...
 28.67: Determine the magnetic field at the point P due to a verylong wire ...
 28.68: A thin 12cmlong solenoid has a total of 420 turns of wireand carr...
 28.69: A 550turn solenoid is 15 cm long. The current into it is33 A. A 3....
 28.70: You have 1.0 kg of copper and want to make a practicalsolenoid that...
 28.71: 71. A small solenoid (radius ra) is inside a larger solenoid(radius...
 28.72: Find B at the center of the 4.0cmradius semicircle inFig. 2861. ...
 28.73: "73. The design of a magnetooptical atom trap requires a magneticf...
 28.74: (II) A circular current loop of radius 15 cm containing 250turns ca...
 28.75: (II) A circular current loop of radius 15 cm containing 250turns ca...
 28.76: "(Ill) A set o f Helmholtz coils (see 61, Fig. 2858)have a radius ...
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