Mass of electron m = 9.1. 10 kg

... Formulae and constants Mass of electron me = 9.1. 10 -31 kg Charge on electron = 1.6.10-19 C Planck’s Constant h= 6.626. 10-34 J.s =4.136. 10-15 eV.s h = h / 2! = 1.055.10 "34 J.s = 6.582.10 "16 eV.s ...

... Formulae and constants Mass of electron me = 9.1. 10 -31 kg Charge on electron = 1.6.10-19 C Planck’s Constant h= 6.626. 10-34 J.s =4.136. 10-15 eV.s h = h / 2! = 1.055.10 "34 J.s = 6.582.10 "16 eV.s ...

Homework 8 Due at the beginning of class March 26

... in momentum of the particle is ∆m~v = −q A. There is at least one thing odd about this. The magnetic field can change very quickly leading to ~ However, the charged particle can have a large mass; be me for instance. a quick change in A. Obviously my momentum doesn’t change very quickly. The momentu ...

... in momentum of the particle is ∆m~v = −q A. There is at least one thing odd about this. The magnetic field can change very quickly leading to ~ However, the charged particle can have a large mass; be me for instance. a quick change in A. Obviously my momentum doesn’t change very quickly. The momentu ...

Electromagnetic energy and momentum

... We will assume that any medium is linear, so that D = E and H = µ1 B. First, compute the work done by the electromagnetic fields on a system of particles. For a single particle, we have the Lorentz force law, F = q (E + v × B) and this provides the entire basis for extending mechanical energy and m ...

... We will assume that any medium is linear, so that D = E and H = µ1 B. First, compute the work done by the electromagnetic fields on a system of particles. For a single particle, we have the Lorentz force law, F = q (E + v × B) and this provides the entire basis for extending mechanical energy and m ...

Class 11 I : The speed of light

... magnetism (Maxwell’s equations). Electric and magnetic fields are just facets of a unified electromagnetic field Immediate prediction of Maxwell’s equation… waves of electromagnetic energy can travel through vacuum with a speed of 3.0x108m/s. He realized that he had just “discovered” light These wav ...

... magnetism (Maxwell’s equations). Electric and magnetic fields are just facets of a unified electromagnetic field Immediate prediction of Maxwell’s equation… waves of electromagnetic energy can travel through vacuum with a speed of 3.0x108m/s. He realized that he had just “discovered” light These wav ...

Electromagnetic wave equations: dielectric without dispersion

... Since w is assumed small, the second term is a small correction. Spatial nonuniformtiy of the field (skin effect) becomes important in metals sooner. Griffiths keeps the second term from the beginning, but this only results in more complicated formulae for the complex wave-vector without a significa ...

... Since w is assumed small, the second term is a small correction. Spatial nonuniformtiy of the field (skin effect) becomes important in metals sooner. Griffiths keeps the second term from the beginning, but this only results in more complicated formulae for the complex wave-vector without a significa ...

Homework #5 assignment

... (0, 0, −a). Find the Maxwell stress tensor everywhere on the infinite xy plane equidistant from the two charges. Use rectangular coordinates. (b) By integrating the dot product of the Maxwell stress tensor with the area element d~a over the xy plane, determine the force of one charge on the other. ( ...

... (0, 0, −a). Find the Maxwell stress tensor everywhere on the infinite xy plane equidistant from the two charges. Use rectangular coordinates. (b) By integrating the dot product of the Maxwell stress tensor with the area element d~a over the xy plane, determine the force of one charge on the other. ( ...

Physics 516: Electromagnetic Phenomena

... Is the metric on spacetime really given a priori ? Mach’s paradox. If the metric is not fixed, can we find any reasonable equation of motion for it? What sort of properties must such an equation have? Gauge-type invariance of the metric. There’s a unique ...

... Is the metric on spacetime really given a priori ? Mach’s paradox. If the metric is not fixed, can we find any reasonable equation of motion for it? What sort of properties must such an equation have? Gauge-type invariance of the metric. There’s a unique ...

Chapter 3

... The inverse square law: The irradiance from a point source is proportional to 1/r2. Total power I·4pr2 = constant, I E0 2 E01/r. Example 3.2,3.3 ...

... The inverse square law: The irradiance from a point source is proportional to 1/r2. Total power I·4pr2 = constant, I E0 2 E01/r. Example 3.2,3.3 ...

Total Angular Momentum

... Hund’s rules: 1) The total spin angular momentum S should be maximized to the extent possible without violating the Pauli exclusion principle. 2) Insofar as rule 1 is not violated, L should also be maximized. 3) For atoms having subshells less than half full, J should be minimized. ...

... Hund’s rules: 1) The total spin angular momentum S should be maximized to the extent possible without violating the Pauli exclusion principle. 2) Insofar as rule 1 is not violated, L should also be maximized. 3) For atoms having subshells less than half full, J should be minimized. ...

Discussion Note #28

... speed of light, we will now study the properties of these waves. The discussion thus far has been restricted to waves propagating in vacuum. We will also include the correct prescription to describe electromagnetic waves traveling in matter. Section 32.2 of Young and Freedman demonstrates the deriva ...

... speed of light, we will now study the properties of these waves. The discussion thus far has been restricted to waves propagating in vacuum. We will also include the correct prescription to describe electromagnetic waves traveling in matter. Section 32.2 of Young and Freedman demonstrates the deriva ...

PPT

... E2= c2p2 so E=pc, like for Maxwell’s light. Any object with zero invariant mass moves at the speed of light. Gluons are also supposed to be massless. • Any object moving at the speed of light has zero invariant mass, otherwise its energy would be infinite. • All colors of light (and radio pulses, et ...

... E2= c2p2 so E=pc, like for Maxwell’s light. Any object with zero invariant mass moves at the speed of light. Gluons are also supposed to be massless. • Any object moving at the speed of light has zero invariant mass, otherwise its energy would be infinite. • All colors of light (and radio pulses, et ...

Fundamental nuclear symmetries meet classical electrodynamic

... – Source equations – charge (ρ,J) generates the E&M field – Force equations – nature of E&M force: conservation of (E,p) ...

... – Source equations – charge (ρ,J) generates the E&M field – Force equations – nature of E&M force: conservation of (E,p) ...

Solution Key

... include the direction of the current density, as well as its dependence on r and t . ...

... include the direction of the current density, as well as its dependence on r and t . ...

Physics Oration - Part 1

... then believed in the ether, and had heard of Hertz's experiments on the propagation of electromagnetic waves; but he does not show any knowledge of Maxwell's theory • In much later reminiscences, he reports that during the following year (1895-1896) he conceived of a thought experiment: what would h ...

... then believed in the ether, and had heard of Hertz's experiments on the propagation of electromagnetic waves; but he does not show any knowledge of Maxwell's theory • In much later reminiscences, he reports that during the following year (1895-1896) he conceived of a thought experiment: what would h ...

High School Physics-AP - Franklin Public Schools

... Physics AP is a second year course for students who are expressly interested in majoring in the physical sciences or engineering in college/university. Students must have successfully completed Physics Honors and should be enrolled in Pre-Calculus or ...

... Physics AP is a second year course for students who are expressly interested in majoring in the physical sciences or engineering in college/university. Students must have successfully completed Physics Honors and should be enrolled in Pre-Calculus or ...

B.Sc. PHYSICS GE Syllabus Under CHOICE BASED CREDIT

... Momentum and Energy: Conservation of momentum. Work and energy. Conservation of energy. Motion of rockets. (2 Lectures) Rotational Motion: Angular velocity and angular momentum. Torque. Conservation of angular momentum. (3 Lectures) Gravitation: Newton’s Law of Gravitation. Motion of a particle in a ...

... Momentum and Energy: Conservation of momentum. Work and energy. Conservation of energy. Motion of rockets. (2 Lectures) Rotational Motion: Angular velocity and angular momentum. Torque. Conservation of angular momentum. (3 Lectures) Gravitation: Newton’s Law of Gravitation. Motion of a particle in a ...

Lecture3

... Actually, what has to be equal is not FL and FC' but the change in transverse momentum FLΔt and FC'Δt'. Since Δt = γΔt‘ we indeed find 2 q A ...

... Actually, what has to be equal is not FL and FC' but the change in transverse momentum FLΔt and FC'Δt'. Since Δt = γΔt‘ we indeed find 2 q A ...

The Zeeman Effect in Atomic Mercury (Taryl Kirk

... then j = 1 so g = 1, and if l = 0, j = s so g = 2. The Landé g factor thus gives some effective gyromagnetic ratio for the electron when the total dipole moment is partially from the orbital angular momentum and partially from the spin. From equation (8), it can be seen that the energy shift caused ...

... then j = 1 so g = 1, and if l = 0, j = s so g = 2. The Landé g factor thus gives some effective gyromagnetic ratio for the electron when the total dipole moment is partially from the orbital angular momentum and partially from the spin. From equation (8), it can be seen that the energy shift caused ...

Phys 6321 Midterm

... The total energy inserted into the volume is obtained by integrating the above equation from 0 to ∞. This results in; W = (πǫ0 /2) V0a2 /d The energy density in the field when t = ∞ is; ...

... The total energy inserted into the volume is obtained by integrating the above equation from 0 to ∞. This results in; W = (πǫ0 /2) V0a2 /d The energy density in the field when t = ∞ is; ...

PDF only - at www.arxiv.org.

... The aim of this article is to show the solution to the first problem, which says that there is no definite answer to the question whether one of the known forms of EMT is correct. The most frequently discussed forms of EMT are Minkowski’s tensor and Abraham’s tensor. For example, this is done, in th ...

... The aim of this article is to show the solution to the first problem, which says that there is no definite answer to the question whether one of the known forms of EMT is correct. The most frequently discussed forms of EMT are Minkowski’s tensor and Abraham’s tensor. For example, this is done, in th ...

presentation source

... of em waves: •the medium is NON MATERIAL i.e. does not have MASS •the medium is electric and magnetic fields •the vibrations are fluctuations of the electric and magnetic fields •the medium creates itself as •changing magnetic fields produce •changing electric fields etc.... •Energy is propagated th ...

... of em waves: •the medium is NON MATERIAL i.e. does not have MASS •the medium is electric and magnetic fields •the vibrations are fluctuations of the electric and magnetic fields •the medium creates itself as •changing magnetic fields produce •changing electric fields etc.... •Energy is propagated th ...

The Failure of E=mc2 - Infinite Energy Magazine

... conversion quantitatively. Field theoreticians later went further and described the immaterial energy traveling through space with the help of the Poynting vector. This was supposed to carry momentum and exert an impact force when colliding with solid matter and a recoil force when leaving solid mat ...

... conversion quantitatively. Field theoreticians later went further and described the immaterial energy traveling through space with the help of the Poynting vector. This was supposed to carry momentum and exert an impact force when colliding with solid matter and a recoil force when leaving solid mat ...

notes - Purdue Physics

... James Clerk Maxwell (13 June 1831 – 5 November 1879) was a Scottish theoretical physicist] His most prominent achievement was formulating a set of equations that united previously unrelated observations, experiments, and equations of electricity, magnetism, and optics into a consistent theory. His t ...

... James Clerk Maxwell (13 June 1831 – 5 November 1879) was a Scottish theoretical physicist] His most prominent achievement was formulating a set of equations that united previously unrelated observations, experiments, and equations of electricity, magnetism, and optics into a consistent theory. His t ...

1 Canonical Quantization of the Electromagnetic Field Peskin

... where ξ is a gauge-fixing parameter. The residual gauge invariance must be compensated by introducing fictitious particles called “ghosts”. Most QED calculations can be done correctly by ignoring the ghosts, but they must be taken into account in non-abelian gauge theories and quantum gravity. ...

... where ξ is a gauge-fixing parameter. The residual gauge invariance must be compensated by introducing fictitious particles called “ghosts”. Most QED calculations can be done correctly by ignoring the ghosts, but they must be taken into account in non-abelian gauge theories and quantum gravity. ...