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§4.2–3 Displacement

§4.2–3 Displacement

§4.2–3 Displacement. Christopher Crawford PHY 416 2014-12-01. Outline. Review – E , P fields Polarization chains – polarization flux E vs. P fields – comparison and contrast Field of dipole distribution – bound charge density

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Passage IX Q 119-123 MCAT 3

Passage IX Q 119-123 MCAT 3

Passage IX Q 119-123 MCAT 3 Q 119 An artery is constricted at one location to 1 / 2 its normal cross-sectional area. How does the speed of blood flow past the constriction compare to the speed of blood flow in the rest of the artery? (Assume ideal fluid flow) . It is 1 / 4 as fast

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1) What is the net flux  through a Gaussian surface enclosing an electric dipole as shown to the left ?? 0

1) What is the net flux  through a Gaussian surface enclosing an electric dipole as shown to the left ?? 0

Quiz 3, 13-Jul-01 Please fold and name on outside. 2) A Gaussian surface sits in electric field. The arrows indicate the direction of field at the surface (assume to be perpendicular to the surface i.e. cos =1) and the field strength is indicated at each side.

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LCD Monitors Introduction

LCD Monitors Introduction

LCD Monitors Introduction Jan 7 2007 David Thompson LCD Advantage + Size + power + wide screen format + Availability + Brightness LCD Difference Viewing Angle Response time (latency) Resolution (fixed) Color Gamut Color Accuracy Contrast LCD vs. CRT LCD –How it works

By libitha
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Scanning Tunneling Microscopy

Scanning Tunneling Microscopy

Scanning Tunneling Microscopy By Lucas Carlson Reed College March 2004 Image from an STM Iron atoms on the surface of Cu(111) The Scanning Tunneling Microscope (STM) The STM is an electron microscope that uses a single atom tip to attain atomic resolution. History

By Jims
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Vibrations & Waves & Sound

Vibrations & Waves & Sound

Vibrations & Waves & Sound ‘”a periodic motion of the particles of an elastic body or medium in alternately opposite directions from the position of equilibrium when that equilibrium has been disturbed” When things vibrate, they move the air and create sound waves Music, talking, sirens, etc.

By elina
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EE 30358 Electromagnetic Fields and Waves II

EE 30358 Electromagnetic Fields and Waves II

EE 30358 Electromagnetic Fields and Waves II. Instructor: Arpad I. CSURGAY 268 Fitzpatrick Hall acsurgay@nd.edu. TA: Timothy VASSEN. Textbook: Magdy F. Iskander Electromagnetic Fields and Waves Chapters 5 to 9: Electromagnetic Waves. Lectures : Tuesday/Thursday 11:00 -12:15

By MikeCarlo
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A Compact Dual Frequency Microstrip Antenna Sona O Kundukulam and Aanandan Chandroth Karuvandy

A Compact Dual Frequency Microstrip Antenna Sona O Kundukulam and Aanandan Chandroth Karuvandy

A Compact Dual Frequency Microstrip Antenna Sona O Kundukulam and Aanandan Chandroth Karuvandy Cochin University of Science and Technology INDIA A device for * sending out signals Transmitting Mode * accepting signals Receiving Mode Cochin University of Science and Technology, INDIA

By Gabriel
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Metatheremin

Metatheremin

Alice Dobrie Dr. Beth Hiser. Metatheremin. Electronic Music. What is Electronic Music? The Theremin invented around 1920 The Theremin’s Debut Leon Theremin The Impact. More of Theremin’s contributions. The Terpsitone The Rhythmicon Electronic Cello Silent Alarms Mad Scientist?.

By HarrisCezar
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Mass Spectrometry: Methods & Theory

Mass Spectrometry: Methods & Theory

Mass Spectrometry: Methods & Theory. Proteomics Tools. Molecular Biology Tools Separation & Display Tools Protein Identification Tools Protein Structure Tools. Mass Spectrometry Needs. Ionization -how the protein is injected in to the MS machine Separation -Mass and Charge is determined

By Anita
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From Last Time…

From Last Time…

+. +. From Last Time…. Magnitude of the electric force. Direction of the electric force. Induced dipoles (charge redistribution). charged rubber rod. Bring negative charge close. Electrons on sphere move away from rod. Exam 1 Tue. Sep. 29, 5:30-7 pm, 145 Birge.

By JasminFlorian
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GEL ELECTROPHORESIS:

GEL ELECTROPHORESIS:

GEL ELECTROPHORESIS:. The method for separation and purification of nucleic acids and proteins. Electrophoresis of Onion DNA. The purpose of this lab is to first isolate onion DNA by lysis and then separate and isolate the individual nucleic acids of the onion DNA by gel electrophoresis. .

By niveditha
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Scanning Tunneling Microscopy

Scanning Tunneling Microscopy

Scanning Tunneling Microscopy. By Lucas Carlson Reed College March 2004. Image from an STM. Iron atoms on the surface of Cu(111). The Scanning Tunneling Microscope (STM). The STM is an electron microscope that uses a single atom tip to attain atomic resolution. History.

By Anita
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Fraunhofer Diffraction

Fraunhofer Diffraction

Fraunhofer Diffraction. Wed. Nov. 20, 2002. Kirchoff integral theorem. This gives the value of disturbance at P in terms of values on surface  enclosing P. It represents the basic equation of scalar diffraction theory. Geometry of single slit. Have infinite screen with aperture A.

By Mia_John
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Chapter 34

Chapter 34

Chapter 34. Electromagnetic Waves. Poynting Vector. Electromagnetic waves carry energy As they propagate through space, they can transfer that energy to objects in their path The rate of flow of energy in an em wave is described by a vector, S , called the Poynting vector.

By Lucy
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Molecular Electronics

Molecular Electronics

Molecular Electronics. Jason Chiesa May 3, 2006. Overview. What is Molecular Electronics? Advantages of Molecular Electronics Molecular Switch Issues. What is Molecular Electronics?. Sometimes called moletronics

By Patman
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RedTacton Personal Area Network

RedTacton Personal Area Network

RedTacton Personal Area Network. Wendy Beatty Dianne Brotherson Rachel Corron. Agenda. Overview What is it? How does it work? Potential Applications Gun Control Consumer Viability Competitive landscape Projections. What is RedTacton?. HAN – Human Area Network – the last meter

By sandra_john
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PHYS 1444 – Section 003 Lecture #12

PHYS 1444 – Section 003 Lecture #12

PHYS 1444 – Section 003 Lecture #12. Tuesday October 9, 2012 Dr. Andrew Brandt. Chapter 25 Chapter 26. Power Alternating Current Microscopic Current EMF and Terminal Voltage Resistors in Series and Parallel Energy loss in Resistors. What is this?. Electric Power.

By paul
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Chapter 17 Electric Forces and Fields

Chapter 17 Electric Forces and Fields

Chapter 17 Electric Forces and Fields. 17.1 Electric Charge. Objectives Understand the basic properties of electric charge Differentiate between conductors and insulators Distinguish between charging by contact, charging by induction , and charging by polarization.

By issac
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Diamond Field Emitter Arrays on Micromachined Silicon

Diamond Field Emitter Arrays on Micromachined Silicon

Diamond Field Emitter Arrays on Micromachined Silicon. Dr. Wehai Fu Dr. Sacharia Albin. Nano Science & Engineering Lab ECE Old Dominion University Norfolk, Virginia 23529. Outline . I. Introduction. Field emission and applications Advantages of diamond field emitters Project goal.

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