 22.1CQ: Volcanic and other such activity at the midAtlantic ridge extrudes...
 22.2CQ: Explain why the magnetic field would not be unique (that is, not ha...
 22.2PE: Repeat Exercise 22.1 for a negative charge.Reference Exercise 22.1W...
 22.3CQ: List the ways in which magnetic field lines and electric field line...
 22.3PE: What is the direction of the velocity of a negative charge that exp...
 22.4CQ: Noting that the magnetic field lines of a bar magnet resemble the e...
 22.4PE: Repeat Exercise 22.3 for a positive charge.Reference 22.3:What is t...
 22.5CQ: Is the Earth’s magnetic field parallel to the ground at all locatio...
 22.6CQ: If a charged particle moves in a straight line through some region ...
 22.5PE: What is the direction of the magnetic field that produces the magne...
 22.6PE: Repeat Exercise 22.5 for a negative charge.Reference Exercise 22.5:...
 22.7CQ: How can the motion of a charged particle be used to distinguish bet...
 22.7PE: What is the maximum force on an aluminum rod with a 0.100?C charge...
 22.8CQ: Highvelocity charged particles can damage biological cells and are...
 22.8PE: (a) Aircraft sometimes acquire small static charges. Suppose a supe...
 22.9CQ: If a cosmic ray proton approaches the Earth from outer space along ...
 22.9PE: (a) A cosmic ray proton moving toward the Earth at 5.00×107 m/s exp...
 22.10CQ: What are the signs of the charges on the particles in Figure 22.46?
 22.10PE: An electron moving at 4.00×103 m/s in a 1.25T magnetic field exper...
 22.11CQ: Which of the particles in Figure 22.47 has the greatest velocity, a...
 22.11PE: (a) A physicist performing a sensitive measurement wants to limit t...
 22.12CQ: Which of the particles in Figure 22.47 has the greatest mass, assum...
 22.12PE: A cosmic ray electron moves at 7.50×106 m/s perpendicular to the Ea...
 22.13CQ: While operating, a highprecision TV monitor is placed on its side ...
 22.13PE: A proton moves at 7.50×107 m/s perpendicular to a magnetic field. T...
 22.14CQ: Discuss how the Hall effect could be used to obtain information on ...
 22.14PE: (a) Viewers of Star Trek hear of an antimatter drive on the Starshi...
 22.15CQ: Draw a sketch of the situation in Figure 22.30 showing the directio...
 22.15PE: (a) An oxygen16 ion with a mass of 2.66×10?26 kg travels at 5.00×1...
 22.16CQ: Verify that the direction of the force in an MHD drive, such as tha...
 22.16PE: What radius circular path does an electron travel if it moves at th...
 22.17CQ: Why would a magnetohydrodynamic drive work better in ocean water th...
 22.17PE: A velocity selector in a mass spectrometer uses a 0.100T magnetic ...
 22.18CQ: Which is more likely to interfere with compass readings, AC current...
 22.18PE: An electron in a TV CRT moves with a speed of 6.00×107 m/s , in a d...
 22.19CQ: Draw a diagram and use RHR1 to show that the forces on the top and...
 22.19PE: (a) At what speed will a proton move in a circular path of the same...
 22.20CQ: Make a drawing and use RHR2 to find the direction of the magnetic ...
 22.20PE: A mass spectrometer is being used to separate common oxygen16 from...
 22.21CQ: Is the force attractive or repulsive between the hot and neutral li...
 22.21PE: (a) Triply charged uranium235 and uranium238 ions are being separ...
 22.22CQ: If you have three parallel wires in the same plane, as in Figure 22...
 22.22PE: A large water main is 2.50 m in diameter and the average water velo...
 22.23CQ: Suppose two long straight wires run perpendicular to one another wi...
 22.23PE: What Hall voltage is produced by a 0.200T field applied across a 2...
 22.24CQ: Use the right hand rules to show that the force between the two loo...
 22.24PE: (a) What is the speed of a supersonic aircraft with a 17.0m wingsp...
 22.25CQ: If one of the loops in Figure 22.49 is tilted slightly relative to ...
 22.25PE: A nonmechanical water meter could utilize the Hall effect by applyi...
 22.26CQ: Electric field lines can be shielded by the Faraday cage effect. Ca...
 22.26PE: Calculate the Hall voltage induced on a patient’s heart while being...
 22.27CQ: Measurements of the weak and fluctuating magnetic fields associated...
 22.27PE: A Hall probe calibrated to read 1.00 ?V when placed in a 2.00T fie...
 22.28CQ: Discuss the possibility that a Hall voltage would be generated on t...
 22.28PE: Using information in Example 20.6, what would the Hall voltage be i...
 22.29CQ: A patient in an MRI unit turns his head quickly to one side and exp...
 22.29PE: Show that the Hall voltage across wires made of the same material, ...
 22.30CQ: You are told that in a certain region there is either a uniform ele...
 22.30PE: A patient with a pacemaker is mistakenly being scanned for an MRI i...
 22.31CQ: An example of magnetohydrodynamics (MHD) comes from the flow of a r...
 22.31PE: What is the direction of the magnetic force on the current in each ...
 22.32CQ: Draw gravitational field lines between 2 masses, electric field lin...
 22.33PE: What is the direction of the magnetic field that produces the magne...
 22.34PE: (a) What is the force per meter on a lightning bolt at the equator ...
 22.35PE: (a) A DC power line for a lightrail system carries 1000 A at an an...
 22.36PE: What force is exerted on the water in an MHD drive utilizing a 25.0...
 22.37PE: A wire carrying a 30.0A current passes between the poles of a stro...
 22.38PE: (a) A 0.750mlong section of cable carrying current to a car start...
 22.39PE: (a) What is the angle between a wire carrying an 8.00A current and...
 22.40PE: The force on the rectangular loop of wire in the magnetic field in ...
 22.41PE: (a) By how many percent is the torque of a motor decreased if its p...
 22.42PE: (a) What is the maximum torque on a 150turn square loop of wire 18...
 22.43PE: Find the current through a loop needed to create a maximum torque o...
 22.44PE: Calculate the magnetic field strength needed on a 200turn square l...
 22.45PE: Since the equation for torque on a currentcarrying loop is ? = NIA...
 22.46PE: (a) At what angle ? is the torque on a current loop 90.0% of maximu...
 22.47PE: A proton has a magnetic field due to its spin on its axis. The fiel...
 22.48PE: (a) A 200turn circular loop of radius 50.0 cm is vertical, with it...
 22.49PE: Repeat Exercise 22.41, but with the loop lying flat on the ground w...
 22.50PE: (a) The hot and neutral wires supplying DC power to a lightrail co...
 22.51PE: The force per meter between the two wires of a jumper cable being u...
 22.52PE: A 2.50m segment of wire supplying current to the motor of a submer...
 22.53PE: The wire carrying 400 A to the motor of a commuter train feels an a...
 22.54PE: An AC appliance cord has its hot and neutral wires separated by 3.0...
 22.55PE: Figure 22.57 shows a long straight wire near a rectangular current ...
 22.56PE: Find the direction and magnitude of the force that each wire experi...
 22.57PE: Find the direction and magnitude of the force that each wire experi...
 22.58PE: Indicate whether the magnetic field created in each of the three si...
 22.59PE: What are the directions of the fields in the center of the loop and...
 22.60PE: What are the directions of the currents in the loop and coils shown...
 22.61PE: To see why an MRI utilizes iron to increase the magnetic field crea...
 22.62PE: Inside a motor, 30.0 A passes through a 250turn circular loop that...
 22.63PE: Nonnuclear submarines use batteries for power when submerged. (a) F...
 22.64PE: How strong is the magnetic field inside a solenoid with 10,000 turn...
 22.65PE: What current is needed in the solenoid described in Exercise 22.58 ...
 22.66PE: How far from the starter cable of a car, carrying 150 A, must you b...
 22.67PE: Measurements affect the system being measured, such as the current ...
 22.68PE: Figure 22.62 shows a long straight wire just touching a loop carryi...
 22.69PE: Find the magnitude and direction of the magnetic field at the point...
 22.70PE: Find the magnitude and direction of the magnetic field at the point...
 22.71PE: What current is needed in the top wire in Figure 22.58(a) to produc...
 22.72PE: Calculate the size of the magnetic field 20 m below a high voltage ...
 22.73PE: Integrated Concepts (a) A pendulum is set up so that its bob (a thi...
 22.74PE: Integrated Concepts (a) What voltage will accelerate electrons to a...
 22.75PE: Integrated Concepts Find the radius of curvature of the path of a 2...
 22.76PE: Integrated Concepts To construct a nonmechanical water meter, a 0.5...
 22.77PE: Integrated Concepts (a) Using the values given for an MHD drive in ...
 22.78PE: Integrated Concepts(a) Calculate the maximum torque on a 50turn, 1...
 22.79PE: Integrated ConceptsA current balance used to define the ampere is d...
 22.80PE: Integrated Concepts (a) Show that the period of the circular orbit ...
 22.81PE: Integrated Concepts A cyclotron accelerates charged particles as sh...
 22.82PE: Integrated Concepts (a) A 0.140kg baseball, pitched at 40.0 m/s ho...
 22.83PE: Integrated Concepts (a) What is the direction of the force on a wir...
 22.84PE: Integrated Concepts One long straight wire is to be held directly a...
 22.85PE: Unreasonable Results (a) Find the charge on a baseball, thrown at 3...
 22.86PE: Unreasonable Results A charged particle having mass 6.64×10?27 kg (...
 22.87PE: Unreasonable Results An inventor wants to generate 120V power by m...
 22.88PE: Unreasonable Results Frustrated by the small Hall voltage obtained ...
 22.89PE: Unreasonable Results A surveyor 100 m from a long straight 200kV D...
 22.90PE: Construct Your Own a mass separator that applies a magnetic field p...
 22.91PE: Construct Your Own using the torque on a currentcarrying coil in a...
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