 29.Q29.1: A sheet of copper is placed between the poles of an electromagnet w...
 29.Q29.2: In Fig. 29.8, if the angular speed v of the loop is doubled, then t...
 29.Q29.3: Two circular loops lie side by side in the same plane. One is conne...
 29.Q29.4: For Eq. (29.6), show that if v is in meters per second, B in teslas...
 29.Q29.5: A long, straight conductor passes through the center of a metal rin...
 29.Q29.6: A student asserted that if a permanent magnet is dropped down a ver...
 29.Q29.7: An airplane is in level flight over Antarctica, where the magnetic ...
 29.Q29.8: Consider the situation in Exercise 29.21. In part (a), find the dir...
 29.Q29.9: A metal rectangle is close to a long, straight, currentcarrying wi...
 29.Q29.10: A square conducting loop is in a region of uniform, constant magnet...
 29.Q29.11: Example 29.6 discusses the external force that must be applied to t...
 29.Q29.12: In the situation shown in Fig. 29.18, would it be appropriate to as...
 29.Q29.13: A metal ring is oriented with the plane of its area perpendicular t...
 29.Q29.14: Small onecylinder gasoline engines sometimes use a device called a...
 29.Q29.15: Does Lenzs law say that the induced current in a metal loop always ...
 29.Q29.16: Does Faradays law say that a large magnetic flux induces a large em...
 29.Q29.17: Can one have a displacement current as well as a conduction current...
 29.Q29.18: Your physics study partner asks you to consider a parallelplate cap...
 29.Q29.19: Match the mathematical statements of Maxwells equations as given in...
 29.Q29.20: If magnetic monopoles existed, the righthand side of Eq. (29.20) w...
 29.Q29.21: A typeII superconductor in an external field between Bc1 and Bc2 h...
 29.29.1: A single loop of wire with an area of 0.0900 m2 is in a uniform mag...
 29.29.2: In a physics laboratory experiment, a coil with 200 turns enclosing...
 29.29.3: Search Coils and Credit Cards. One practical way to measure magneti...
 29.29.4: A closely wound search coil (see Exercise 29.3) has an area of 3.20...
 29.29.5: A circular loop of wire with a radius of 12.0 cm and oriented in th...
 29.29.6: A coil 4.00 cm in radius, containing 500 turns, is placed in a unif...
 29.29.7: The current in the long, straight wire AB shown in Fig. E29.7 is up...
 29.29.8: A flat, circular, steel loop of radius 75 cm is at rest in a unifor...
 29.29.9: . Shrinking Loop. A circular loop of flexible iron wire has an init...
 29.29.1: . A closely wound rectangular coil of 80 turns has dimensions of 25...
 29.29.11: In a region of space, a magnetic field points in the +x@direction (...
 29.29.12: In many magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) systems, the magnetic fiel...
 29.29.13: The armature of a small generator consists of a flat, square coil w...
 29.29.14: A flat, rectangular coil of dimensions l and w is pulled with unifo...
 29.29.15: A circular loop of wire is in a region of spatially uniform magneti...
 29.29.16: The current I in a long, straight wire is constant and is directed ...
 29.29.17: Two closed loops A and C are close to a long wire carrying a curren...
 29.29.18: . The current in Fig. E29.18 obeys the equation I1t2 = I0 ebt, whe...
 29.29.19: Using Lenzs law, determine the direction of the current in resistor...
 29.29.2: A cardboard tube is wrapped with two windings of insulated wire wou...
 29.29.21: A small, circular ring is inside a larger loop that is connected to...
 29.29.22: A circular loop of wire with radius r = 0.0480 m and resistance R =...
 29.29.23: A circular loop of wire with radius r = 0.0250 m and resistance R =...
 29.29.24: A rectangular loop of wire with dimensions 1.50 cm by 8.00 cm and r...
 29.29.25: In Fig. E29.25 a conducting rod of length L = 30.0 cm moves in a ma...
 29.29.26: A rectangle measuring 30.0 cm by 40.0 cm is located inside a region...
 29.29.27: Are Motional emfs a Practical Source of Electricity? How fast (in m...
 29.29.28: Motional emfs in Transportation. Airplanes and trains move through ...
 29.29.29: The conducting rod ab shown in Fig. E29.29 makes contact with metal...
 29.29.3: A 0.650mlong metal bar is pulled to the right at a steady 5.0 m>s...
 29.29.31: A 0.360mlong metal bar is pulled to the left by an applied force ...
 29.29.32: Consider the circuit shown in Fig. E29.31, but with the bar moving ...
 29.29.33: A 0.250mlong bar moves on parallel rails that are connected throu...
 29.29.34: Measuring Blood Flow. Blood contains positive and negative ions and...
 29.29.35: A rectangular circuit is moved at a constant velocity of 3.0 m>s in...
 29.29.36: A metal ring 4.50 cm in diameter is placed between the north and so...
 29.29.37: The magnetic field within a long, straight solenoid with a circular...
 29.29.38: A long, thin solenoid has 900 turns per meter and radius 2.50 cm. T...
 29.29.39: A long, thin solenoid has 400 turns per meter and radius 1.10 cm. T...
 29.29.4: The magnetic field BS at all points within the colored circle shown...
 29.29.41: A long, straight solenoid with a crosssectional area of 8.00 cm2 i...
 29.29.42: A parallelplate, airfilled capacitor is being charged as in Fig. ...
 29.29.43: Displacement Current in a Dielectric. Suppose that the parallel pla...
 29.29.44: In Fig. 29.23 the capacitor plates have area 5.00 cm2 and separatio...
 29.29.45: At temperatures near absolute zero, Bc approaches 0.142 T for vanad...
 29.29.46: A very long, rectangular loop of wire can slide without friction on...
 29.29.47: In the circuit shown in Fig. P29.47, the capacitor has capacitance ...
 29.29.48: In the circuit in Fig. P29.47, an emf of 90.0 V is added in series ...
 29.29.49: A very long, straight solenoid with a crosssectional area of 2.00 c...
 29.29.5: Suppose the loop in Fig. P29.50 is (a) rotated about the yaxis; (b...
 29.29.51: In Fig. P29.51 the loop is being pulled to the right at constant sp...
 29.29.52: Make a Generator? You are shipwrecked on a deserted tropical island...
 29.29.53: A flexible circular loop 6.50 cm in diameter lies in a magnetic fie...
 29.29.54: A conducting rod with length L = 0.200 m, mass m = 0.120 kg, and re...
 29.29.55: A very long, cylindrical wire of radius R carries a current I0 unif...
 29.29.56: Terminal Speed. A bar of length L = 0.36 m is free to slide without...
 29.29.57: The long, straight wire shown in Fig. P29.57a carries constant curr...
 29.29.58: A circular conducting ring with radius r0 = 0.0420 m lies in the xy...
 29.29.59: A slender rod, 0.240 m long, rotates with an angular speed of 8.80 ...
 29.29.6: A 25.0cmlong metal rod lies in the xyplane and makes an angle of...
 29.29.61: A rectangular loop with width L and a slide wire with mass m are as...
 29.29.62: An airplane propeller of total length L rotates around its center w...
 29.29.63: The magnetic field B S , at all points within a circular region of ...
 29.29.64: A capacitor has two parallel plates with area A separated by a dist...
 29.29.65: A dielectric of permittivity 3.5 * 1011 F>m completely fills the v...
 29.29.66: You are evaluating the performance of a large electromagnet. The ma...
 29.29.67: You are conducting an experiment in which a metal bar of length 6.0...
 29.29.68: You measure the magnitude of the external force F S that must be ap...
 29.29.69: A metal bar with length L, mass m, and resistance R is placed on fr...
 29.29.7: A square, conducting, wire loop of side L, total mass m, and total ...
 29.29.71: In part (a) of the figure, a current pulse increases to a peak and ...
 29.29.72: Consider the brain tissue at the level of the dashed line to be a s...
 29.29.73: It may be desirable to increase the maximum induced current in the ...
 29.29.74: Which graph in Fig. P29.74 best represents the time t dependence of...
Solutions for Chapter 29: Electromagnetic Induction
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Solutions for Chapter 29: Electromagnetic Induction
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