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You are on page 1of 8

Full mark: 60

Fall 2008

Total

Duration 3 hours

Name:

Please check that your test paper has 8 pages.

placed on the three corners A B and C of a rectangle of length 10 cm

and width 5 cm as shown on the figure.

a. Find the magnitude and direction of the net electrostatic force

exerted by the charges q2 and q3 on the charge q1.

b. Draw on the figure the direction of the net electrostatic force on the

charge q1. Indicate clearly the angle of the force.

c. Calculate the electrostatic potential created by the three charges at

the point D.

d. Calculate the work needed to move the charge q3 from C to the

point D.

q1 = +30 nC

10 cm

ID :

5 cm

B

q2 = -50 nC

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C

q3 = +50 nC

2cm

2cm

q1=+10 C

q2 -10 C

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++++++++++++

2mm

end and a charge q2 = -10 C at the other end. The rod is placed half way

between two parallel plates as shown in the figure. The distance between

the two plates is 4 cm. A potential difference of 700 V is applied to the

plates.

a. Calculate the total electrostatic potential energy of the charge q2.

b. What is the net electrostatic force on the rod?

c. What is the net torque on the rod?

d. Draw on the figure in which direction the rod will rotate.

Q3. The area of the plates of a parallel plate capacitor is 0.1 m2 and the gap between the plates is

0.1 mm. The gap between the plates is filled with paraffin (dielectric constant 2.2).

a. Calculate the capacitance of the capacitor.

b. The capacitor is connected in series with a 300 k resistor and a 50 V battery. What is the energy

stored in the capacitor 5 ms after the capacitor has been connected?

c. What will be the charge in the capacitor a long time after it has been connected?

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are emitted by the electron gun in the direction indicated by

the arrow in the figure. The electrons enter through the hole i

i

with different velocities and come into a region between two

eparallel plates. There is a uniform magnetic field B = 0.01 T

Electron gun

directed into the page as shown in the figure.

a. Draw on the figure the direction of the magnetic force on

the electrons.

b. The path of the electrons in the magnetic field is circular.

The path of the electrons can be made straight by applying

a voltage difference to the parallel plates. Write on the figure which plate must be connected to

the positive voltage to make the path of the electrons a straight line. Explain why.

c. The distance between the two parallel plates is 5 cm. What voltage should be applied to the

plates to have electrons with speed 1x106 m/s emerging from the hole o?

d. Assuming the voltage calculated in question c is applied to the parallel plates, explain in one

sentence what happens to the electrons with velocity less that1x106 m/s. Explain why

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The capacitors has capacitance C = 94 F.

The coil has 2000 turns. It is 10 cm long and its cross-section area is A = 3 cm2. The internal

resistance of the coil is 4

L = 10 cm

C

a. Calculate the inductance of the coil.

b. Calculate the resonance frequency of the circuit.

A

the source is set to the resonance frequency of the circuit.

c. Calculate the impedance of the circuit.

d. Calculate is the peak magnetic field inside the coil.

Vrms = 10 V

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calorimeter contains 1 liter of water (m = 1 kg, V = 10-3 m3). The rest of the

volume of the calorimeter is filled with air at atmospheric pressure (1x105 N/m2).

Initially the calorimeter is in thermal equilibrium with the water at 20 0C.

A copper block of mass 200 g and temperature T = 150 0C is then dropped into

the water.

a. To answer the questions below you can neglect the heat absorbed by the air in

the calorimeter. Explain in one sentence why you can neglect it.

b. First assume that no water is vaporised; find the equilibrium temperature of the calorimeter after

the block has been introduced.

c. Assuming no water is vaporised and no air escaped from the calorimeter what

Specific heat

is the pressure in the air above the water at thermal equilibrium (ignore the

(J/kg.K)

900

Aluminium

thermal expansion).

390

Copper

d. Assume now that 1 g of the water is vaporised when the block is introduced,

4186

Water

what will be the equilibrium temperature of the calorimeter?

742

Air (cv)

e. Given that 1 g of water contains 3.34 x1022 molecules what will be the

Latent heat of vaporisation

pressure in the air above the water at thermal equilibrium (ignore the thermal

for water: 2260 KJ/Kg

expansion and the small change of volume of the water)

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Q7. A varying current i is flowing in the straight wire as shown in the figures. Draw on the figures

the direction of the induced current in the loop.

i increase

i increase

i decrease

evacuated box by a glass rod of length 25 cm and cross-sectional area 2 cm2. The

temperature of the walls of the box is 25 0C.

Given that the thermal conductivity of glass is 0.84 J/smK and that the emissivity of

ceramic is 0.7, calculate the heat lost by the cube in one second?

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Q9. A thermodynamic system evolves from state A to state B following the paths indicated on the

figures below. The dotted lines represent the isothermals.

a. Write under each figure the name of the process corresponding to the path shown.

A

B

A

B

V

1:

V

2:

V

3:

b. In which of the above processes (1, 2 or 3) is the work equal to zero? .................

c. In which of the above processes (1, 2 or 3) is the internal energy conserved? ..................

d. A gas can be taken form a sate A with volume v1 to a state with volume v2 using either an

adiabatic process or an isothermal process. Which of the two processes represented in the figure is

the adiabatic process, AB or AC?

A

B

V1

V2

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