 26.1: A charged particle moves through a region containing only a magneti...
 26.2: An electron moving with velocity through a magnetic field experienc...
 26.3: A magnetic field points out of this page. Will a positively charged...
 26.4: Do particles in a cyclotron gain energy from the electric field, th...
 26.5: An electron and a proton moving at the same speed enter a region co...
 26.6: Two identical particles carrying equal charge are moving in opposit...
 26.7: In what two senses does a current loop behave like a magnetic dipole?
 26.8: The BiotSavart law shows that the magnetic field of a current eleme...
 26.9: Do currents in the same direction attract or repel? Explain.
 26.10: If a current is passed through an unstretched spring, will the spri...
 26.11: Figure 26.37 shows some magnetic field lines associated with two pa...
 26.12: Why is a piece of iron attracted into a solenoid?
 26.13: Would there be a magnetic force on a piece of iron deep inside a lo...
 26.14: An unmagnetized piece of iron has no net magnetic dipole moment, ye...
 26.15: Find (a) the minimum magnetic field needed to exert a 5.4fN force ...
 26.16: An electron moving at right angles to a 0.10T magnetic field exper...
 26.17: Find the magnitude of the magnetic force on a proton moving at (a) ...
 26.18: The magnitude of Earths magnetic field is about 0.5 gauss near Eart...
 26.19: A velocity selector uses a 60mT magnetic field perpendicular to a ...
 26.20: Find the radius of the path described by a proton moving at 15 km/s...
 26.21: How long does it take an electron to complete a circular orbit perp...
 26.22: Radio astronomers detect electromagnetic radiation at a frequency o...
 26.23: Microwaves in a microwave oven are produced by electrons circling i...
 26.24: Two protons, moving in a plane perpendicular to a uniform 500G mag...
 26.25: Find the magnitude of the force on a 50cmlong wire carrying 15 A ...
 26.26: A wire carrying 15 A makes a angle with a uniform magnetic field. T...
 26.27: Youre on a team performing a highmagneticfield experiment. A cond...
 26.28: A wire with mass per unit length 75 g/m runs horizontally at right ...
 26.29: A wire carries 15 A. You form it into a singleturn circular loop w...
 26.30: A singleturn wire loop is 2.0 cm in diameter and carries a 650mA ...
 26.31: A 2.2mlong wire carrying 3.5 A is wound into a tight coil 5.0 cm ...
 26.32: Whats the current in a long wire if the magnetic field strength 1.2...
 26.33: In standard household wiring, parallel wires about 1 cm apart carry...
 26.34: Earths magnetic dipole moment is Find the magnetic field strength a...
 26.35: A singleturn square wire loop 5.0 cm on a side carries a 450mA cu...
 26.36: An electric motor contains a 250turn circular coil 6.2 cm in diame...
 26.37: The line integral of the magnetic field on a closed path surroundin...
 26.38: The magnetic field shown in Fig. 26.38 has uniform magnitude but it...
 26.39: A wire 1.0 mm in diameter carries 5.0 A distributed uniformly over ...
 26.40: Show that Equations 26.18 and 26.19 give the same results when eval...
 26.41: A superconducting solenoid has 3300 turns per meter and carries 4.1...
 26.42: A particle carrying a charge moves with velocity m/s through a magn...
 26.43: Jupiter has the strongest magnetic field in our solar system, about...
 26.44: A proton moving with velocity m/s experiences a magnetic force of A...
 26.45: A simplified model of Earths magnetic field has it originating in a...
 26.46: A beam of electrons moving in the xdirection at 8.7 Mm/s enters a ...
 26.47: Show that the orbital radius of a charged particle moving at right ...
 26.48: A 90cmdiameter cyclotron with a 2.0T magnetic field is used to a...
 26.49: An electron is moving in a uniform 0.25T magnetic field; its veloc...
 26.50: A wire of negligible resistance is bent into a rectangle as in Fig....
 26.51: Youre designing a prosthetic ankle that includes a miniature electr...
 26.52: A 20cmlong conducting rod with mass 18 g is suspended by wires of...
 26.53: A rectangular copper strip measures 1.0 mm in the direction of a un...
 26.54: A singleturn wire loop 10 cm in diameter carries a 12A current. I...
 26.55: A simple electric motor consists of a 100turn coil 3.0 cm in diame...
 26.56: Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) is a technique for analyzing chemi...
 26.57: A wire carrying 1.5 A passes through a 48mT magnetic field. The wi...
 26.58: Your company is developing a device incorporating a 20cmdiameter c...
 26.59: A single piece of wire carrying current I is bent so it includes a ...
 26.60: You and a friend get lost while hiking, so your friend pulls out a ...
 26.61: Part of a long wire carrying current I is bent into a semicircle of...
 26.62: Three parallel wires of length l each carry current I in the same d...
 26.63: A long, straight wire carries 20 A. A 5.0cm by 10cm rectangular w...
 26.64: A long conducting rod of radius R carries a nonuniform current dens...
 26.65: A long, hollow conducting pipe of radius R carries a uniform curren...
 26.66: The coaxial cable shown in Fig. 26.46 consists of a solid inner con...
 26.67: A solenoid used in a plasma physics experiment is 10 cm in diameter...
 26.68: You have 10 m of 0.50mmdiameter copper wire and a battery capable...
 26.69: Derive Equation 26.21 for the solenoid field by considering the sol...
 26.70: The largest lightning strikes have peak currents of around 250 kA, ...
 26.71: A coaxial cable (see Fig. 26.46) consists of a 1.0mmdiameter inne...
 26.72: A circular wire loop of radius 15 cm and negligible thickness carri...
 26.73: A long, flat conducting bar of width w carries a total current I di...
 26.74: A long, hollow conducting pipe of radius R and length l carries a u...
 26.75: A solid conducting wire of radius R runs parallel to the zaxis and...
 26.76: A disk of radius a carries uniform surface charge density and rotat...
 26.77: Youre developing a system to orient an orbiting telescope. The syst...
 26.78: The structure shown in Fig. 26.49 is made from conducting rods. The...
 26.79: A long, flat conducting ribbon of width w is parallel to a long, st...
 26.80: Find an expression for the magnetic field at the center of a square...
 26.81: Repeat the calculation in for a solenoid of finite length l and cro...
 26.82: A magnetic dipole is on the axis of a circular current loop of radi...
 26.83: You have a summer job working for an audio equipment manufacturer. ...
 26.84: Derive Equation 26.20 by considering the current sheet to be made o...
 26.85: Your roommate is sold on magnet therapy, a sham treatment using sma...
 26.86: The magnetic field associated with the toroid is nonzero a. only wi...
 26.87: In Fig. 26.51b, the magnetic field lines must bea. straight, and po...
 26.88: Doubling the total number of turns N in the toroid, withoutchanging...
 26.89: The toroid has inner radius and outer radius while r isthe radial c...
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