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How to find wavelength of an e- accelerated through a pd 

Potential is known 
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qV=1/2mv2
P=mv=h/lambda

Don’t want velocity so substitute and eliminate it to find lambda
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Relationship between electric force, electric field, magnetic field, velocity, magnetic Lorentz force

What are the units for magnetic field
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Electric force parallel to electric field

Lorentz Magnetic force perpendicular to magnetic field + velocity

Tesla, T 
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What is the Hall effect?

What equations are involved and how to derive the voltage/hall potential/EMF
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  • The magnetic and electric field applied to a current exerts forces on the wire. The magnetic field is perpendicular to the current flow/voltage. If forces are not even you get an uneven distribution of charge on one side of wire so need a new E field (as B field doesn’t change), to make net force=0 and charge flows straight

  • Lorentz law F=q(E + V x B)
  • Need to make net force =O so E=VB
  • E=v/d
  • I=NAVq
  • Hall potential: V=Bvd where B is in y direction, v is in z and force F is in x
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Copenhagen interpretation

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a collection of views about the meaning of quantum mechanics principally attributed to Niels Bohr and Werner Heisenberg

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Why should the thermal energy be higher than electrostatic interaction energy
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Effective to keep the + and - ions together but not collapse into an ionic lattice
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Unit for angular velocity and formulas
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V=w x r
w=2piV
w=d theta/ dt

Unit: Rad s-1
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Conservation of momentum in inelastic collisions
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  • Means after colliding the particles stick together
  • Initial momentum=final momentum 
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How KE equation can incorporate momentum 
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KE=1/2mv2=P^2/2m

By only using p=mv 
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When is AgI a conductor
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Above a certain temperature Ag ions become mobile and I remain fixed
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How to find drift velocity of a 1M solution of RbBr if the drift velocities are equal and opposite 

Known cross sectional area of conductivity cell and current 
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I= sum NAVq 
Then rearrange to get V
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Equation for 
  • charge/current
  • Force vector in electrodynamics
  • Electric field (constant)
  • Mobility of a species 
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Q=it, I=dQ/dt. 

F=qE ie Lorentz force without magnetic field or using coulomb electric field/force equation 
E=v/d (potential gradient)
Since F=-dv/dx

Mobility: μ= |V/E|

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What is work done?
Its equation?

What is potential energy?

What is power?
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The distance moved in opposition to a force
W= -Fx or 
W= |F||x|cos0 
  • if F and x are not parallel and have an angle 0 between them. Uses trig to make them parallel and resolves x
  • Can integrate w with respect to dx

Potential energy: the potential of an object to do work
V=mgh (uses work done formula for an object moving vertically down)

Power:
Rate of doing work
P(t)= dW/dt
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Q:
How to find wavelength of an e- accelerated through a pd 

Potential is known 
A:
qV=1/2mv2
P=mv=h/lambda

Don’t want velocity so substitute and eliminate it to find lambda
Q:
Relationship between electric force, electric field, magnetic field, velocity, magnetic Lorentz force

What are the units for magnetic field
A:
Electric force parallel to electric field

Lorentz Magnetic force perpendicular to magnetic field + velocity

Tesla, T 
Q:
What is the Hall effect?

What equations are involved and how to derive the voltage/hall potential/EMF
A:
  • The magnetic and electric field applied to a current exerts forces on the wire. The magnetic field is perpendicular to the current flow/voltage. If forces are not even you get an uneven distribution of charge on one side of wire so need a new E field (as B field doesn’t change), to make net force=0 and charge flows straight

  • Lorentz law F=q(E + V x B)
  • Need to make net force =O so E=VB
  • E=v/d
  • I=NAVq
  • Hall potential: V=Bvd where B is in y direction, v is in z and force F is in x
Q:

Copenhagen interpretation

A:

a collection of views about the meaning of quantum mechanics principally attributed to Niels Bohr and Werner Heisenberg

Q:
Why should the thermal energy be higher than electrostatic interaction energy
A:
Effective to keep the + and - ions together but not collapse into an ionic lattice
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Q:
Unit for angular velocity and formulas
A:
V=w x r
w=2piV
w=d theta/ dt

Unit: Rad s-1
Q:
Conservation of momentum in inelastic collisions
A:
  • Means after colliding the particles stick together
  • Initial momentum=final momentum 
Q:
How KE equation can incorporate momentum 
A:
KE=1/2mv2=P^2/2m

By only using p=mv 
Q:
When is AgI a conductor
A:
Above a certain temperature Ag ions become mobile and I remain fixed
Q:
How to find drift velocity of a 1M solution of RbBr if the drift velocities are equal and opposite 

Known cross sectional area of conductivity cell and current 
A:
I= sum NAVq 
Then rearrange to get V
Q:
Equation for 
  • charge/current
  • Force vector in electrodynamics
  • Electric field (constant)
  • Mobility of a species 
A:
Q=it, I=dQ/dt. 

F=qE ie Lorentz force without magnetic field or using coulomb electric field/force equation 
E=v/d (potential gradient)
Since F=-dv/dx

Mobility: μ= |V/E|

Q:
What is work done?
Its equation?

What is potential energy?

What is power?
A:
The distance moved in opposition to a force
W= -Fx or 
W= |F||x|cos0 
  • if F and x are not parallel and have an angle 0 between them. Uses trig to make them parallel and resolves x
  • Can integrate w with respect to dx

Potential energy: the potential of an object to do work
V=mgh (uses work done formula for an object moving vertically down)

Power:
Rate of doing work
P(t)= dW/dt
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