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# 國立中山大學 100 學年度普通物理(二)期末考

101.6.20

1. (15%) Fig. 1 shows an arrangement known as a Helmholtz coil. It consists of
two circular coaxial coils, each of N turns and radius R, separated by a
distance S = R. The two coils carry equal current i in the same direction.
Derive the net magnetic field at P, midway between the coils, starting from
the Biot-Savart law.
Fig. 1

2R  I
dl R  0 IR 2
0
dB
cos

0 4 r 2  r  2r 3 
B =

N匣

 0 IR

【5 分】

2

R
2( R 2  ( ) 2 ) 3
2

【5 分】

dB dB
dB//

35 .3 A 【1 分】 R 0. 2.87t ) =1.，則 2 1 1 1 UB.74 (反時鐘方向) 【2 分】 2 dt net = 20 + 1. 2 (a) i (感應電動勢) =   i   d B d   dB   B  A  A 【3 分】 dt dt dt (2) 2 d (0. = Li2 = (5310-3)  (34.042  0. what is the current in the circuit and how much energy is stored in the magnetic field after the current has built up to its equilibrium value? (b) After how many time constants will half this equilibrium energy be stored in the magnetic field? (a) 在 RL circuit 中  t /  i R (1  e L = time constant (時間常數) 【2 分】 R ).0420  0.74 volts 【3 分】 (b) inet 與net 同方向，為反時鐘方向 【2 分】 3.35 1 1 UB. The loop contains an ideal battery with emf  = 20. what are (a) the net emf in the circuit and (b) the direction of the (net) current around the loop? Fig. If the magnitude of the field varies with time according to B = 0.00 m sides is perpendicular to a uniform magnetic field.0 V. (10%) A square wire loop with 2. with B in teslas and t in seconds.870t.74 = 21.293  t  1. (a) If a 12 V emf is applied across the coil. with half the area of the loop in the field as shown in Fig.   當電流達到平衡時，  12 i    34. (10%) A coil has an inductance of 53 mH and a resistance of 0.2.3)2 = 31 jouls (平衡時之磁場能量) 【1 分】 2 2 1 1  L 2 (b) UB = Li2 = L[ (1  e t /  ) ]2 = (1  e t /  ) 2  U B (1  e t /  ) 2 【3 分】 2 2 2 R 2R 1 當 UB = UB.293 2 2 2  t/ =  ln 0. = U B (1  e  t /  ) 2  1  et/ =  e-t/ = 1  = 0.2  【3 分】 .

(9%) An oscillating LC circuit consists of a 75.max = UC.9  10 6 ) 2  = 1.60  F capacitor.6  10 ) (a)   qm2 (2. What are (b) the total energy in the circuit and (c) the maximum current? 1 1 4  3 6 1 / 2 = 0. (c) What is the displacement current encircled by the square dashed path of edge length d? (d) What is    B  ds around this square dashed path? Solution: (a) id = i (out of the plane) 【4 分】 dq d dV  0 A d ( Ed ) dE dE   CV   C   0 A  0 (b) i  dt dt dt d dt dt dt dE i i i   t 【2 分】 Thus. E = 0.90  C.   producing a uniform electric field E between the plates. 3.6 10 6 ) 2 2U L . 2 【2 分】and E(t) = dt 0 A 0L  0 L2 (c) id   i  (d)  d2 L2 【4 分】   B  ds   i 0 d  【4 分】 . Suppose that a constant current of i (out of the plane) charges the capacitor.17  10-6 jouls 【3 分】 2C 2  (3.58  10-3 amp.19  10 rad/s 【3 分】 LC (75  10  3.0 mH inductor and a 3. (16%) In Fig. (a) What is the displacement current id through the region between the plates? Please also indicate its direction (out of the plane or into the plane).max 2   (c) imax (∵UL.max) L L 2 1. with E perpendicular to the plates. (a) find the angular frequency of the oscillation. a parallel-plate capacitor has square plates of edge length L. If the maximum charge on the capacitor is 2. (b) Fig.max  5.17 10 6 1 / 2  imax  ( ) = 5.4. 【3 分】 3 75  10 (b) U C . 3 What is the magnitude of the electric field E(t) as a function of time in this region? Note that at t = 0.max 2U C .

(a) What is the phase difference in radians between two wave fronts arriving at P? (b) Determine where point P is in the interference pattern by giving the maximum or minimum on which it lies.354  2 (rad) 【2 分】 (b) 由於相位差為 0. 354  2 IP = I ( = 0.354 個波長的相位)，所以 P 點之位置介於中央亮紋與第一暗紋 (相當於 0. (12%) The maximum electric field at a location 10 m from an isotropic point source of light is 2. What are (a) the maximum value of the magnetic field and (b) the average intensity of the light there? (c) What is the power of the source? 8 9 (a) Bm  Em / c  (2.7W 2 4r 【公式 2 分，計算 1 分，單位 1 分】 7.00 m.14  10 2  5.6.5 個波長的相位)之間。 【2 分】  (c) 對雙狹縫干涉條紋強度 I  4 I 0 cos 2 ( ) 【4 分】 2 0 .26  10  2 【公式 2 分，計算 1 分，單位 1 分】 I (c) I Ps  Ps  4r 2  I  4  3. and the wavelength l is 650 nm.5  10 6  (a) Phase difference： 【2 分】  【2 分】 =   => 0.7  10 T 【公式 2 分，計算 1 分，單位 1 分】 1 E m2 1 (4) 2 (or E rms )  5.785   = 0.3  10 3  6.5 cm from the center of the pattern. the viewing screen is at distance D = 4.354  2(相當於 0.785 I0 2 Icenter = I ( = 0) = 4 I0 IP 0. 4 20. (c) What is the ratio of the intensity IP at point P to the intensity Icen at the center of the pattern? Fig.3  10 3 W/m 2 8 -6 (b) c 0 2 c 0 3  10  1.196 【2 分】 I center 4 . (14%) In the double-slit experiment.5 10 2 4 9 650 10 d sin  d tan  4.0V / m) /(3  10 m / s )  6. the slit separation d is 4.354  2) = 4 I0 cos2 ( ) = 0. point P lies at distance y = 20. or the maximum and minimum between which it lies.0 V/m.50 m.

38.6 (nm) For m = 3. is perpendicularly incident on a water film.33  320  10 9  【1 分】 m m n1 = 1 Water n2 = 1.33 and thickness L = 320 nm. that is suspended in air.6 (nm) 【1 分】1 4  1.8. If the index of refraction of the thin film n2 = 1.60.   = 851. what is the least coating thickness that eliminates (via interference) the reflections at the middle of the visible spectrum ( = 550 nm)? Assume that the light is approximately perpendicular to the lens surface. At what wavelength  is the light reflected by the film dark to an observer? (b) In Fig.2 (nm) For m = 2. with a uniform intensity across the visible wavelength range of 400 to 690 nm.6 (nm) or 425 (nm) or 426 (nm) 【3 分】 (b) 對 n1 < n2 < n3 之結構，破壞性干涉之條件為  1 2n2 L  m   L  2n (m  2 ) 【1 分】 2  1  【2 分】 = 最小厚度(m = 0 代入) L  2 n2 2 n3 = 1 1 【3 分】 2 n 550 = 99. (14%) (a) White light.7 (nm) 由於 400 nm <  < 690 nm   = 425. 5 2n2 L  m 【3 分】  2n2 L 2  1. The index of refraction of the glass is 1.33 For m = 1. a glass lens is coated on one side with a thin film to reduce reflection from the lens surface.38 n2 n3 .   = 283. of index of refraction n2 = 1.   = 425. (a) 對 n1 = n3 < n2 之結構，破壞性干涉之條件為  Fig. 5.