 37.1: The mean lifetime of stationary muons is measured to be 2.2000 ms. ...
 37.2: To eight significant figures, what is speed parameter b if the Lore...
 37.3: You wish to make a round trip from Earth in a spaceship, traveling ...
 37.4: (Come) back to the future. Suppose that a father is 20.00 y older t...
 37.5: An unstable highenergy particle enters a detector and leaves a tra...
 37.6: Reference frame S# is to pass reference frame S at speed v along th...
 37.7: The premise of the Planet of the Apes movies and book is that hiber...
 37.8: An electron of b ! 0.999 987 moves along the axis of an evacuated t...
 37.9: A spaceship of rest length 130 m races past a timing station at a s...
 37.10: A meter stick in frame S# makes an angle of 30 with the x# axis. If...
 37.11: A rod lies parallel to the x axis of reference frame S, moving alon...
 37.12: The length of a spaceship is measured to be exactly half its rest l...
 37.13: A space traveler takes off from Earth and moves at speed 0.9900c to...
 37.14: A rod is to move at constant speed v along the x axis of reference ...
 37.15: The center of our Milky Way galaxy is about 23 000 ly away. (a) To ...
 37.16: Observer S reports that an event occurred on the x axis of his refe...
 37.17: In Fig. 379, the origins of the two frames coincide at and the rel...
 37.18: Inertial frame S# moves at a speed of 0.60c with respect to frame S...
 37.19: An experimenter arranges to trigger two flashbulbs simultaneously, ...
 37.20: As in Fig. 379, reference frame passes reference frame S with a ce...
 37.21: Relativistic reversal of events. Figures 3725a and b show the (usu...
 37.22: For the passing reference frames in Fig. 3725, events A and B occu...
 37.23: A clock moves along an x axis at a speed of 0.600c and reads zero a...
 37.24: Bullwinkle in reference frame S# passes you in reference frame S al...
 37.25: In Fig. 379, observer S detects two flashes of light. A big flash ...
 37.26: In Fig. 379, observer S detects two flashes of light. A big flash ...
 37.27: A particle moves along the x# axis of frame S# with velocity 0.40c....
 37.28: In Fig. 3711, frame S# moves relative to frame S with velocity whi...
 37.29: Galaxy A is reported to be receding from us with a speed of 0.35c. ...
 37.30: Stellar system Q1 moves away from us at a speed of 0.800c. Stellar ...
 37.31: A spaceship whose rest length is 350 m has a speed of 0.82c with re...
 37.32: In Fig. 3726a, particle P is to move parallel to the x and x# axes...
 37.33: An armada of spaceships that is 1.00 ly long (as measured in its re...
 37.34: A sodium light source moves in a horizontal circle at a constant sp...
 37.35: A spaceship, moving away from Earth at a speed of 0.900c, reports b...
 37.36: Certain wavelengths in the light from a galaxy in the constellation...
 37.37: Assuming that Eq. 3736 holds, find how fast you would have to go t...
 37.38: Figure 3727 is a graph of intensity versus wavelength for light re...
 37.39: A spaceship is moving away from Earth at speed 0.20c. A source on t...
 37.40: How much work must be done to increase the speed of an electron fro...
 37.41: The mass of an electron is 9.109 381 88 ( 10&31 kg. To six signific...
 37.42: What is the minimum energy that is required to break a nucleus of 1...
 37.43: How much work must be done to increase the speed of an electron (a)...
 37.44: In the reaction p ' 19F : a ' 16O, the masses are m(p) ! 1.007825 u...
 37.45: In a highenergy collision between a cosmicray particle and a part...
 37.46: (a) If m is a particles mass, p is its momentum magnitude, and K is...
 37.47: A 5.00grain aspirin tablet has a mass of 320 mg. For how many kilo...
 37.48: The mass of a muon is 207 times the electron mass; the average life...
 37.49: As you read this page (on paper or monitor screen), a cosmic ray pr...
 37.50: To four significant figures, find the following when the kinetic en...
 37.51: What must be the momentum of a particle with mass m so that the tot...
 37.52: Apply the binomial theorem (Appendix E) to the last part of Eq. 37...
 37.53: In Module 284, we showed that a particle of charge q and mass m wi...
 37.54: What is b for a particle with (a) K ! 2.00E0 and (b) E 2.00E0?
 37.55: A certain particle of mass m has momentum of magnitude mc.What are ...
 37.56: (a) The energy released in the explosion of 1.00 mol of TNT is 3.40...
 37.57: Quasars are thought to be the nuclei of active galaxies in the earl...
 37.58: The mass of an electron is 9.109 381 88 ( 10&31 kg.To eight signifi...
 37.59: An alpha particle with kinetic energy 7.70 MeV collides with an 14N...
 37.60: Temporal separation between two events. Events A and B occur with t...
 37.61: Spatial separation between two events. For the passing reference fr...
 37.62: In Fig. 3728a, particle P is to move parallel to the x and x# axes...
 37.63: Superluminal jets. Figure 3729a shows the path taken by a knot in ...
 37.64: Reference frame S# passes reference frame S with a certain velocity...
 37.65: Another approach to velocity transformations. In Fig. 3731, refere...
 37.66: Continuation of 65. Use the result of part (b) in for the motion al...
 37.67: Continuation of 65. Let reference frame C in Fig. 3731 move past r...
 37.68: Figure 3716 shows a ship (attached to reference frame S#) passing ...
 37.69: The carinthegarage problem. Carman has just purchased the worlds...
 37.70: An airplane has rest length 40.0 m and speed 630 m/s. To a ground o...
 37.71: To circle Earth in low orbit, a satellite must have a speed of abou...
 37.72: Find the speed parameter of a particle that takes 2.0 y longer than...
 37.73: How much work is needed to accelerate a proton from a speed of 0.98...
 37.74: A pion is created in the higher reaches of Earths atmosphere when a...
 37.75: If we intercept an electron having total energy 1533 MeV that came ...
 37.76: The total energy of a proton passing through a laboratory apparatus...
 37.77: A spaceship at rest in a certain reference frame S is given a speed...
 37.78: In the red shift of radiation from a distant galaxy, a certain radi...
 37.79: What is the momentum in MeV/c of an electron with a kinetic energy ...
 37.80: The radius of Earth is 6370 km, and its orbital speed about the Sun...
 37.81: A particle with mass m has speed c/2 relative to inertial frame S. ...
 37.82: An elementary particle produced in a laboratory experiment travels ...
 37.83: What are (a) K, (b) E, and (c) p (in GeV/c) for a proton moving at ...
 37.84: A radar transmitter T is fixed to a reference frame S# that is movi...
 37.85: One cosmicray particle approaches Earth along Earths northsouth ax...
 37.86: (a) How much energy is released in the explosion of a fission bomb ...
 37.87: (a) What potential difference would accelerate an electron to speed...
 37.88: A Foron cruiser moving directly toward a Reptulian scout ship fires...
 37.89: In Fig. 3735, three spaceships are in a chase. Relative to an x ax...
 37.90: Space cruisers A and B are moving parallel to the positive directio...
 37.91: In Fig. 3736, two cruisers fly toward a space station. Relative to...
 37.92: A relativistic train of proper length 200 m approaches a tunnel of ...
 37.93: Particle A (with rest energy 200 MeV) is at rest in a lab frame whe...
 37.94: Figure 3737 shows three situations in which a starship passes Eart...
 37.95: Ionization measurements show that a particular lightweight nuclear ...
 37.96: A 2.50 MeV electron moves perpendicularly to a magnetic field in a ...
 37.97: A proton synchrotron accelerates protons to a kinetic energy of 500...
 37.98: An astronaut exercising on a treadmill maintains a pulse rate of 15...
 37.99: A spaceship approaches Earth at a speed of 0.42c. A light on the fr...
 37.100: Some of the familiar hydrogen lines appear in the spectrum of quasa...
 37.101: In one year the United States consumption of electrical energy was ...
 37.102: Quite apart from effects due to Earths rotational and orbital motio...
 37.103: What is the speed parameter for the following speeds: (a) a typical...
Solutions for Chapter 37: Fundamentals of Physics 10th Edition
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