 27.1: Sketch the field lines for the electric dipole and the magnetic dip...
 27.2: Two wires lie in the plane of the page and carry equal currents in ...
 27.3: Parallel wires 1 and 2 carry currents and respectively, where The t...
 27.4: Make a fieldline sketch of the magnetic field due to the currents ...
 27.5: Discuss the differences and similarities between Gausss law for mag...
 27.6: Explain how you would modify Gausss law if scientists discovered th...
 27.7: You are facing directly into one end of a long solenoid and the mag...
 27.8: Opposite ends of a helical metal spring are connected to the termin...
 27.9: The current density is constant and uniform in a long, straight wir...
 27.10: If the magnetic susceptibility of a material is positive, (a) param...
 27.11: Of the four gases listed in Table 271, which are diamagnetic and w...
 27.12: When a current is passed through the wire in Figure 2750, will the...
 27.13: At time a particle has a charge of is located in the plane at and h...
 27.14: At time a particle has a charge of is located in the plane at and h...
 27.15: A proton has a velocity of and is located in the plane at at some t...
 27.16: In a prequantummechanical model of the hydrogen atom, an electron ...
 27.17: Two equal point charges are, at some instant, located at (0, 0, 0) ...
 27.18: A small current element at the origin has a length of and carries a...
 27.19: A small current element at the origin has a length of and carries a...
 27.20: A small current element at the origin has a length of and carries a...
 27.21: A single conducting loop has a radius equal to and carries a curren...
 27.22: SPREADSHEET A pair of identical coils, each having a radius of are ...
 27.23: Apair of Helmholtz coils that have radii have their axes along the ...
 27.24: ENGINEERING APPLICATION AntiHelmholtz coils are used in many physi...
 27.25: If the currents are both in the direction, find the magnetic field ...
 27.26: SPREADSHEET Using a spreadsheet program or graphing calculator, gra...
 27.27: The current in the wire at is in the direction and the current in t...
 27.28: SPREADSHEET The current in the wire at is in the direction and the ...
 27.29: Find the magnetic field on the axis at if (a) the currents are both...
 27.30: Find the magnitude of the force per unit length exerted by one wire...
 27.31: Two long, straight parallel wires apart carry equal currents. The w...
 27.32: The current in the wire shown in Figure 2752 is 8.0 A. Find the ma...
 27.33: As a student technician, you are preparing a lecture demonstration ...
 27.34: Three long, parallel straight wires pass through the vertices of an...
 27.35: Rework with the current in the lower right corner of Figure 2753 r...
 27.36: An infinitely long wire lies along the axis and carries current in ...
 27.37: An infinitely long wire lies along the axis and carries a current o...
 27.38: Three long parallel wires are at the corners of a square, as shown ...
 27.39: Four long, straight parallel wires each carry current In a plane pe...
 27.40: Five long, straight, currentcarrying wires are parallel to the axi...
 27.41: A solenoid that has length radius and 300 turns carries a current o...
 27.42: A solenoid is long, has a radius of and has 600 turns. It carries a...
 27.43: A solenoid has turns per unit length, has a radius and carries a cu...
 27.44: In 43, an expression for the magnitude of the magnetic field along ...
 27.45: A long, straight, thinwalled cylindrical shell of radius carries a...
 27.46: In Figure 2755, one current is into the page, the other current is...
 27.47: Show that a uniform magnetic field that has no fringing field, such...
 27.48: SPREADSHEET A coaxial cable consists of a solid conducting cylinder...
 27.49: A long cylindrical shell has an inner radius and an outer radius an...
 27.50: Figure 2757 shows a solenoid that has turns per unit length and ca...
 27.51: A tightly wound 1000turn toroid has an inner radius of and an oute...
 27.52: A thin conducting sheet in the plane carries current in the _x dire...
 27.53: A tightly wound solenoid is long, has and carries a current of so t...
 27.54: A long tungstencore solenoid carries a current. (a) If the core is...
 27.55: As a liquid fills the interior volume of a solenoid that carries a ...
 27.56: A long thin solenoid carrying a current of has per centimeter of le...
 27.57: Acylinder of iron, initially unmagnetized, is cooled to What is the...
 27.58: A cylinder of silver at a temperature of has a magnetization equal ...
 27.59: During a solidstate physics lab, you are handed a cylindrically sh...
 27.60: Nickel has a density of and a molar mass of Nickels saturation magn...
 27.61: Repeat for cobalt, which has a density of a molar mass of and a sat...
 27.62: Show that Curies law predicts that the magnetic susceptibility of a...
 27.63: In a simple model of paramagnetism, we can consider that some fract...
 27.64: Assume that the magnetic moment of an aluminum atom is The density ...
 27.65: A toroid has turns, carries a current has a mean radius and has a c...
 27.66: A toroid is filled with liquid oxygen that has a magnetic susceptib...
 27.67: The centers of the turns of a toroid form a circle with a radius of...
 27.68: For annealed iron, the relative permeability has its maximum value ...
 27.69: The saturation magnetization for annealed iron occurs when Find the...
 27.70: The coercive force (which is a misnomer because it is really a magn...
 27.71: A long thin solenoid has and carries a current of The solenoid is f...
 27.72: When the current in is the magnetic field is measured to be (a) Neg...
 27.73: A toroid has turns, carries a current has a mean radius and has a c...
 27.74: The centers of the turns of a toroid form a circle with a radius of...
 27.75: A long, straight wire that has a radius of is coated with an insula...
 27.76: Find the magnetic field at point P in Figure 2760.
 27.77: Using Figure 2761, find the magnetic field (in terms of the parame...
 27.78: Awire of length is wound into a circular coil of N turns and carrie...
 27.79: A very long wire carrying a current is bent into the shape shown in...
 27.80: A power cable carrying is below Earths surface, but the cables dire...
 27.81: Along, straight wire carries a current of as shown in Figure 2763....
 27.82: The closed loop shown in Figure 2764 carries a current of in the c...
 27.83: A closed circuit consists of two semicircles of radii and that are ...
 27.84: A very long, straight wire carries a current of An electron outside...
 27.85: SPREADSHEET A current of is uniformly distributed over the cross se...
 27.86: A50turn coil of radius carries a current of and a concentric 20tu...
 27.87: The magnetic needle of a compass is a uniform rod with a length of ...
 27.88: A relatively inexpensive ammeter, called a tangent galvanometer, ca...
 27.89: Earths magnetic field is about at the magnetic poles, and is pointe...
 27.90: A long, narrow bar magnet has its magnetic moment parallel to its l...
 27.91: An infinitely long, straight wire is bent, as shown in Figure 2766...
 27.92: (a) Find the magnetic field strength at point on the perpendicular ...
 27.93: The current in a long cylindrical conductor of radius varies with d...
 27.94: Figure 2768 shows a square loop that has 20cmlong sides and is i...
 27.95: Acurrent balance is constructed in the following way: A straight 10...
 27.96: Consider the current balance of 95. If the sensitivity of the balan...
 27.97: A nonconducting disk has radius carries a uniform surface charge de...
 27.98: A square loop that has sides of length lies in the plane with its c...
Solutions for Chapter 27: SOURCES OF THE MAGNETIC FIELD
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