 20.1: 1. (I) (a) What is the magnitude of the force per meter of length o...
 20.2: 2. (I) Calculate the magnitude of the magnetic force on a 160m len...
 20.3: 3. (I) How much current is flowing in a wire 4.80 m long if the max...
 20.4: 4. (II) A 1.5m length of wire carrying 4.5 A of current is oriente...
 20.5: 5. (II) The force on a wire carrying 8.75 A is a maximum of 1.28 N ...
 20.6: 6. (II) The magnetic force per meter on a wire is measured to be on...
 20.7: 7. (II) The force on a wire is a maximum of 6.50 x 102N when place...
 20.8: 8. (II) Suppose a straight 1.00mmdiamctcr copper wire could just ...
 20.9: 9. (I) Alpha particles of charge q = +2e and mass m = 6.6 x 10~27kg...
 20.10: 10. (I) Determine the magnitude and direction of the force on an el...
 20.11: 11. (I) Find the direction of the force on a negative charge for ea...
 20.12: 12. (I) Determine the direction of B for each case in Fig. 2052. w...
 20.13: 13. (I) An electron is projected vertically upward with a speed of ...
 20.14: 14. (II) A 5.0MeV (kinetic energy) proton enters a 0.20T field, i...
 20.15: 15. (II) An electron experiences the greatest force as it travels 2...
 20.16: 16. (II) What is the velocity of a beam of electrons that go undefl...
 20.17: 17. (II) A doubly charged helium atom whose mass is 6.6 X 10_27kg i...
 20.18: 18. (II) A proton (mass mp), a deuteron (m = 2wp. Q = e). and an al...
 20.19: 19. (II) Show that the time T required for a particle of charge q m...
 20.20: 20. (II) A particle of charge q moves in a circular path of radius ...
 20.21: 21. (II) A particle of mass m and charge q moves in a circular path...
 20.22: 22. (II) Show that the angular momentum of the particle in is L = q...
 20.23: 23. (Ill) A 3.40g bullet moves with a speed of 160m/s perpendicula...
 20.24: 24. (Ill) Suppose the Earth's magnetic field at the equator has mag...
 20.25: 25. (Ill) A proton moving with speed v = 2.0 X 10^ m/s in a fieldf...
 20.26: 26. (I) A jumper cable used to start a stalled vehicle carries a 65...
 20.27: 27. (I) If an electric wire is allowed to produce a magnetic field ...
 20.28: 28. (I) In Fig. 2054. a long straight wire carries current / out o...
 20.29: 29. (I) A vertical straight wire earn ing an upward 24A current ex...
 20.30: 30. (I) Determine the magnitude and direction of the force between ...
 20.31: 31. (II) An experiment on the F.arths magnetic field is being carri...
 20.32: 32. (II) A power line carries a current of 95 A along the tops of 8...
 20.33: 33. (II) Two long thin parallel wires 13.0 cm apart carry 25A curr...
 20.34: 34. (II) A horizontal compass is placed 18cm due south from a strai...
 20.35: 35. (II) A long horizontal wire carries 22.0 A of current due north...
 20.36: 36. (II) A straight stream of protons passes a given point in space...
 20.37: 37. (II) Determine the magnetic field midway between two long strai...
 20.38: 38. (II) A long pair of wires conducts 25.0 A of dc current to, and...
 20.39: 39. (II) A third wire is placed in the plane of the two wires shown...
 20.40: 40. (II) A compass needle points 23 E of N outdoors. However, when ...
 20.41: 41. (II) A rectangular loop of wire lies in the same plane as a str...
 20.42: 42. (II) A long horizontal wire carries a current of 48 A. A second...
 20.43: 43. (II) Two long wires are oriented so that they are perpendicular...
 20.44: 44. (II) Two long straight parallel wires are 15 cm apart. Wire A c...
 20.45: 45. (II) Three long parallel wires are 3.8cm from one another. (Loo...
 20.46: 46. (II) In Fig. 2060. determine the magnitude and direction of th...
 20.47: 47. (II) Let two long parallel wires, a distance d apart, carry equ...
 20.48: 48. (I) A thin 12cmlong solenoid has a total of 420 turns of wire...
 20.49: 49. (I) A 30.0cm long solenoid 1.25 cm in diameter is to produce a...
 20.50: 50. (II) A 550turn solenoid is 15cm long.'ITie current in it is 33...
 20.51: 51. (Ill) You have 1.0 kg of copper and want to make a practical so...
 20.52: *52. (II) A toroid is a solenoid in the shape of a circle (Fig. 20...
 20.53: *53. (Ill) (a) Use Amperes law to show that the magnetic field betw...
 20.54: *54. (I) A single square loop of wire 22.0cm on a side is placed wi...
 20.55: * 55. (I) A galvanometer needle deflects full scale for a 53.0/aA ...
 20.56: * 56. (I) If the restoring spring of a galvanometer weakens by 25% ...
 20.57: *57. (I) If the current to a motor drops by 12%, by what factor doe...
 20.58: * 58. (II) Show that the magnetic dipole moment A/ of an electron o...
 20.59: * 59. (II) A circular coil 16.0cm in diameter and containing nine l...
 20.60: * 60. (I) Protons move in a circle of radius 5.10 cm in a 0.566T m...
 20.61: *61. (I) In a mass spectrometer, germanium atoms have radii of curv...
 20.62: 62. (II) Suppose the electric field between the electric plates in ...
 20.63: *63. (II) A mass spectrometer is being used to monitor air pollutan...
 20.64: *64. (II) One form of mass spectrometer accelerates ions by a volta...
 20.65: * 65. (I) A long thin solenoid has 430 loops of wire per meter, and...
 20.66: *66. (II) An ironcore solenoid is 38 cm long and 1.8cm in diameter...
 20.67: 67. Protons with momentum 4.8 X 10~,6kgm/s are magnetically steere...
 20.68: 68. A proton and an electron have the same kinetic energy upon ente...
 20.69: 69. The power cable for an electric trolley (Fig. 2064) carries a ...
 20.70: 70. Calculate the force on an airplane which has acquired a net cha...
 20.71: 71. Near the equator, the Earths magnetic field points almost horiz...
 20.72: 72. A doubly charged helium atom, whose mass is 6.6 X 10~27kg. is a...
 20.73: 73. A sort of projectile launcher" is shown in Fig. 2065. A large ...
 20.74: 74. In Fig. 2060 the top wire is 1.00mmdiameter copper wire and ...
 20.75: 75. Two stiff parallel wires a distance / apart in a horizontal pla...
 20.76: 76. Estimate the approximate maximum deflection of the electron bea...
 20.77: 77. The cyclotron (Fig. 2067) is a device used to accelerate eleme...
 20.78: 78. Four very long straight parallel wires, located at the corners ...
 20.79: 79. Magnetic fields are very useful in particle accelerators for be...
 20.80: 80. The magnetic field B at the center of a circular coil of wire c...
 20.81: 81. Near the Earth's poles the magnetic field is about I G (l X l(T...
 20.82: 82. You want to get an idea of the magnitude of magnetic fields pro...
 20.83: 83. (a) What value of magnetic field would make a beam of electrons...
 20.84: 84. A proton follows a spiral path through a gas in a magnetic fiel...
 20.85: 85. A 32cmlong solenoid, 1.8 cm in diameter, is to produce a 0.30...
 20.86: 86. Two long straight aluminum wires, each of diameter 0.50 mm. car...
 20.87: 87. An electron enters a uniform magnetic field B = 0.23 T at a 45 ...
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