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Review. Physics 122. Final Exam. Saturday, December 17, 8:30 am (sorry!) - Hoygt Final exam is based on the entire course PHY122. Last homework will be based on the entire course to give you more time to prepare for the final. 40% of the final grade. Grading. Workshops: 5%

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Physics 122

Lecture XXIV


Final exam
Final Exam

  • Saturday, December 17, 8:30 am (sorry!) - Hoygt

  • Final exam is based on the entire course PHY122.

  • Last homework will be based on the entire course to give you more time to prepare for the final.

  • 40% of the final grade

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Grading
Grading

  • Workshops: 5%

  • Homework: 5%

  • Hour Exams: 40%

  • Final Exam: 40%

  • Laboratory: 10%

  • Total: 100%

  • 90% or above: A 88-89.9 – A- 85-87.9 – B+

  • 80% - 85% : B 78-79.9 – B- 75-77.9 – C+

  • 70% - 75%: C 68-69.9 – C- 65-67.9 – D+

  • 60% - 65%: D

  • Under 60% : F

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Electricity and magnetism
Electricity and magnetism

  • The most important concept - electromagnetic field

  • First introduced for convenience

  • Electric charge changes the properties of space around them = creates electric field

  • Other charges feel this change  interaction between electric charges is mediated by the electric field

  • Change in electromagnetic field propagates with finite velocity (c ) = electromagnetic wave – proof that EM field is a reality

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Maxwell s equations constitution for em field
Maxwell’s equations = constitution for EM field

  • Gauss’ law – field lines start on + and end on -

  • No magnetic charge – closed field lines

  • Changing magnetic flux acts like a source of electric field

  • Amper’s law with extra term

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Gauss s law
Gauss’s law

  • Describes electric field created by electric charges

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Gauss coulomb
Gauss Coulomb

  • Calculate E of point like (+) charge Q

  • Consider sphere radius r centered at the charge

  • Spherical symmetry: E is the same everywhere on the sphere, perpendicular to the sphere

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Application of gauss s law
Application of Gauss’s law

  • Infinitely long thick charged wire, radius R

  • Charge per unit length Q/l=l

  • r>R:

  • r<R:

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Amper s law
Amper’s law

  • Describes magnetic field created by moving charges = currents

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Ampere s law
Ampere’s Law

  • In a way similar to Gauss’s law for E and Q

  • Not flux, integral over closed path

  • Only component of B parallel to dl contributes to integral

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Application of ampere s law
Application of Ampere’s Law

  • Thick wire of radius R carries current I. What is B(r ) in and outside of the wire?

  • Current through unit area:

  • Current through circle radius r<R

  • Path integral over radius r

  • Ampere’s law

  • For r>R – same as thin wire

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Forces on charges
Forces on charges

  • Maxwell’s equations tell us about the EM field

  • They tell nothing about the force that this field exerts on charges – Lorentz force

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Crossed fields
Crossed fields

  • Electric field changes kinetic energy of charged particle

    qDV=mv2/2

  • Magnetic field does not change KE, only direction

  • Lorentz force:

  • Force due to E is parallel to E

  • Force due to B is perpendicular to B and to velocity of moving particle

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Motion in electric fields

a is always || to net F

Remember v is not always || to a (projectile, circular motion)

Motion in electric fields

- - - -

vx

vy

+ + + +

vx=const

vy=at=tF/m=tEq/m

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Magnetic force on moving charge
Magnetic force on moving charge

  • Magnetic force F is perpendicular to the velocity v of a particle with charge q

    F=qvB sin q

  • Magnetic field does not change the magnitude of particle’s velocity, only its direction. Charged particles move in circles in constant magnetic field

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Magnetic force on moving charge1
Magnetic force on moving charge

  • Circular motion

  • Magnetic force = Centripetal force

    F=qvB

  • Centripetal acceleration

    a=v2/R

  • Newton’s second law

    F=ma

    qvB=mv2/R

In experiments B is known,

q=e most of the time,

Measure R- measure mv

For a given v measure m – magnetic spectrometer

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Cyclotron frequency
Cyclotron frequency

Frequency does not depend on v!

For a given particle type (q,m=const) it depends only on B

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Particle selector
Particle selector

  • Crossed E and B fields:

  • For one given velocity electric force exactly compensates magnetic force

  • Only particles with this value of velocity emerge from particle selector

+ + + +

- - - -

+

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Sources of e and b
Sources of E and B

  • Sources of E

    • Electric charges

    • Changing magnetic field

  • Sources of B

    • Currents

    • Changing electric field

  • In vacuum

    • No currents, no charges

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Radiation from an ac antenna
Radiation from an AC antenna

  • Changing electric field creates magnetic field

  • Changing magnetic field creates electric field

  • Change propagates with a finite velocity

  • Electromagnetic wave – proof of unification

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Em wave
EM wave

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Em wave1
EM wave

This is the speed of light!!!

Light is an EM wave!!!

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Energy in em wave
Energy in EM wave

  • EM waves transport energy

  • Energy density:

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